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Jan 22, 2022 | Updated on Jan 22, 2022

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Jan 21, 2022 | Updated on Jan 21, 2022

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Oct 12, 2021 | Updated on Oct 12, 2021

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IBP – IOC: Who got a better deal?

Dec 22, 2004

The press release from Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) reads as “Indian Oil Corporation Ltd has informed BSE that the Board of Directors of Company in their meeting held on December 22, 2004 have approved the Scheme of Amalgamation for merger of IBP Company Ltd (IBP) with the Company. The Board of Directors have also recommended a swap ratio of 125:100 i.e. 125 equity shares of Rs 10/- each of the Company ('the Transferee Company') as fully paid up for every 100 equity shares of Rs 10/- each of IBP

IBP: A lone ranger…

Nov 29, 2004

IBP, a standalone marketing subsidiary of the energy sector’s largest downstream player IOC, posted poor 2QFY05 results. Although the topline improved by an impressive 31% YoY, the bottomline actually slipped in the negative with a margin of –2%. The company continues to take a hit from both sides i.e. prices of petro-products have increased at the sourcing level while prices have not increased proportionately at the sales side.

IBP: Merger to the rescue...

May 10, 2004

With the recent surge in global crude prices and the elections season making sure that the petroleum product prices remain ‘stable’, the oil marketing companies (OMCs) have been the worst hit as a result of increasing material costs without a corresponding increase in product prices.

HPCL: On a strong footing?

Mar 22, 2004

Reliance and Essar Oil's entry into the retail segment of the petroleum sector is a good news for the economy. However, whether they would be successful in cornering a reasonable chunk of the market share remains to be seen, with HPCL, BPCL, IOC and IBP already established players in the business. In this article, we consider the strengths of HPCL and its future growth prospects.

IBP: Marketing margin's play

Aug 13, 2003

IBP announced its quarterly results recently. The company reported an 11% rise in its topline while the bottomline spurted by 158%. On the back of strong results, the company was once again on the investors' buying list. Let us analyse the results in detail.

IBP: Subsidy hampers bottomline

May 27, 2003

IBP, the company acquired by IOC in February 2002, has announced its FY03 results yesterday. While the topline has grown by 6%, bottomline was lower by about 55%. Lets take a look at the detailed performance of the company.

IBP: To bite or not to bite

Feb 13, 2002

The disinvestment of Videsh Sanchar Nigam Ltd. (VSNL) and Indo-Burmah Corporation (IBP) whistled the start to what seems like the San Fermin festival -- Spanish bull run. Since the announcement on Tuesday, February 5, the BSE Sensex has gained by 5.4% with oil sector PSU stocks on a rampage over the next couple of days. Further, announcements from the Department of Disinvestment (DoD) to maintain a similar pace for the programme had investors chasing -- the once untouchable -- PSU stocks.

Energy: IBP sale, valuations re-think

Feb 6, 2002

Yesterday's press conference by the Ministry of Disinvestment has shaken even the most enthusiastic supporter of the Government's disinvestment programme. Having called for financial bids, an announcement of the winning bidders was only logical. But the excitement seemed to stem from the belief that big ticket disinvestment is all talk. Having seen the process faltering, time and again, investors & others thought it wiser to ignore Government promises on this front. The Cabinet Committee on Disi

IBP: Disinvestment unlocks value

Sep 5, 2001

Over the last one year -- point to point -- Indo-Burmah Petroleum (IBP) has run up by 177%. This is mainly on the back of the proposed disininvestment, as announced by the Government. Over the same period the Sensex has declined by 29.8%.

IBP: Riding on disinvestment

Oct 11, 2000

IBP, the pure marketing company, has been gaining ground in the market. The stock is up 33.6% in the last month. It seems to be riding on the expectations of a Government disinvestment in the near future.

IBP’s arranged marriage with IOC

Jun 28, 2000

Indo – Burmah (IBP) the stand-alone marketing company for the last few years must have felt like a beautiful women with a number of companies vying for it. The suitors included Indian Oil Corp. (IOC), Bharat Petroleum (BPCL), Hindustan Petroleum (HPCL), Reliance Petroleum (RPL) and select international majors.

Margins under pressure at IBP as crude prices take a toll

Jan 29, 2000

Crude prices have taken a toll on the bottomline of IBP in the current quarter. Thus despite a 29% increase in the topline the net profit has dropped 48%.

IBP posts 29% increase in profits

Oct 26, 1999

IBP has recorded an increase in bottomline mainly due to the improvement in operating efficiencies. While income grew by 7.1%, expenditure grew by a relatively slower 6.5%.


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