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BPCL posts net profit of Rs 11,940 cr in Q4, to pay final dividend of Rs 58

Revenue from operations rose 21% to Rs 98,756 cr

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Privatisation-bound fuel retailer Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited on Wednesday reported a return to net profit in March quarter at Rs 11,940 crore, which includes one-time gain of Rs 6,993 crore, as against net loss of Rs 1,361 crore in the year-ago period. Profit before exceptional item is at Rs 5,244.5 crore.

Revenue from operations rose 21% to Rs 98,756 crore as compared to Rs 81,296 crore in March 2020. 

The company's board recommended final dividend of Rs 58 per share. The company reported an increase of 15% in revenue and over 17% in EBITDA on a sequential basis.

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First Published: May 26 2021 | 8:12 PM IST

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