Mari Petroleum registers record sales of Rs. 95b for financial year 2021-22


Strengthening its performance track-record, Mari Petroleum Company Limited (MPCL) has announced excellent financial and operational results for FY 2021-22.

Net sales were higher by 30% from last year, amounting to Rs. 95.1 billion. The Company has reported highest ever profit before tax of Rs. 52.1 billion for the year, which is 19% above last year profit before tax.

The net profit would also have been higher by 22% by exceeding Rs. 38 billion, had the super tax not been levied by the Government. Even with the impact of super tax, the net profit has touched the highest ever mark of Rs. 33.1 billion, which is 5% higher than last year’s net profit. Increase in EPS to Rs. 247.8 per share from Rs. 235.7 per share of the previous year is reflective of growth in net profit.

The above results were achieved as a result of increase in production, better prices and greater financial discipline. The Company’s natural gas production increased by 5%, while crude oil and condensate production remained steady, which translated into the highest-ever production of 36.91 MMBOE.

The year witnessed a landmark Gas and condensate discovery in Bannu West Block, which is estimated as the largest discovery in over a decade in the Country and is the first-ever gas discovery in the North Waziristan district. The post-acid well test rates were in the order of 50 MMSCFD of gas and 300 barrels per day of condensate. The Company in collaboration with all stakeholders is working to fast track the commercialization of discovery in the larger national interest.

The exceptional operational and financial results is a reflection of the commitment, dedication and relentless efforts of the management and employees and the steer of the Board of Directors.

The Company contributed Rs. 80 billion to the Government exchequer in the form of royalty, taxes, levies and duties. Indigenous production of natural gas, crude oil and LPG by the Company contributed in country’s import substitution by approximately USD 3 billion,on account of fuel import bill during the year.

MPCL Board of Directors has recommended final cash dividend of Rs. 62 per share (620%) for approval of the shareholders in the upcoming AGM in addition to the interim dividend of Rs. 62 per share (620%). With this, the total dividend (including the interim) for FY 2021-22will cometo Rs. 124per share (124%).

MPCL has HSE at the core of its values and compliance with the standards reflect its seriousness towards enhancing employee safety, lowering workplace hazards and providing better and safer working environment. The Company demonstrated an enviable safety performance with all HSE indicators well within the targets and exceeded against all key performance indicators in comparison to International Oil and Gas Producers (IOGP) – Worldwide benchmarks.

The Company also won five new exploration blocks in the last bidding round in joint venture with other leading companies, acquired working interest in one more block; and acquired an offshore block in Abu Dhabi as a joint venture partner.

Further, the Company continued its CSR initiatives in priority areas of health, education, sports, and infrastructure development.

The Board of Directors thanked the Ministry of Energy (Petroleum Division), Law Enforcement Agencies, other Government departments, JV Partners and other stakeholders for their valuable support that was crucial in accomplishing different milestones. The Board also complimented the employees of the Company for their efforts and contributions for delivering outstanding results.


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