Inside Financial Markets

Byco Petroleum (BYCO) Posts Rs692 Million Loss

Byco Petroleum (BYCO) brought about lost Rs692 million in the July-September quarter, somewhat more than what the organization needed to endure in the same time of a year ago, it declared on Friday.

It could have been more regrettable if the organization had not taken advantage of Rs309 million in conceded charge – the duty risk that is counterbalanced against capital consumption. The misfortune returns on the of troubles refineries and showcasing organizations face in anticipating costs of petroleum items to maintain a strategic distance from what is known as stock misfortunes.

The organization’s main concern did not enhance in spite of a moderately better execution as gross edge at 3.12% was higher than a year ago’s 2.5%.

Be that as it may, it is still essentially lower than the gross edge of 5.13% – the most noteworthy in the business – that it had the capacity keep up in the earlier year, which finished in June 2015.

It has ended up clear that Byco is embraced expense cutting measures as every one of its expenses were down contrasted with a year ago. Byco Petroleum has 35,000 barrels-per-day refinery and an advertising organization with more than 260 retail outlets. It likewise claims a fluid terminal through an entirely possessed backup.

Following six difficult years, it at last turned corner in financial year 2014-15 with an operational benefit of Rs2.9 billion, which returned essentially on the of better stock administration. Byco found a way to guarantee that the stock of oil was kept at the base to keep away from the misfortune, which happens when value goes down and stock is worth less.

Regardless of paying Rs5 billion of advances in the previous year, monetary charges kept on eating into its operational salary. In the July-September quarter of 2015-16, it recorded Rs545 million in money related charges.

Baqar Hussain

A Wannabe CFO, just had stepped in the corporate sector, willing to explore every aspect here and learn as mush as i can, awareness for those who dont, get the info where ever possible and stay up to date always.

The Canadian Securities Institute


CSI is part of Moody's Analytics Learning Solutions, which offers educational programs and credentials throughout the world.

Email Newsletter

Subscribe to receive inspiration, news, and ideas in your inbox.

Inside Financial Markets was a joint publication of Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX)and Society of Technical Analysts Pakistan (STAP)