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Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HINDPETRO.BO)

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342.15-7.12 (-2.04%)
At close: 03:29PM IST
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Previous close349.27
Bid341.60 x 0
Ask342.00 x 0
Day's range336.05 - 352.80
52-week range159.50 - 396.47
Avg. volume558,073
Market cap728.034B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.88
PE ratio (TTM)4.55
EPS (TTM)75.25
Earnings date09 May 2024
Forward dividend & yield21.00 (6.16%)
Ex-dividend date08 Aug 2024
1y target est391.44
  • Reuters

    HPCL to start Rajasthan refinery by end-Dec using mostly Mideast oil

    Hindustan Petroleum Corp plans to start operating its new 180,000 barrels per day Barmer refinery in India's desert state of Rajasthan by end-December using mostly Middle East oil, its head of refineries S Bharatan said. The state-run company expects the refinery to reach full capacity in about a year's time, Bharatan told Reuters in an interview. "The new refinery can process 100% heavy grades so we will buy Middle Eastern heavy oil and will also bid to buy Mangala oil as we have a dedicated pipeline from the field to refinery," he said.

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    Indian Strategic Petroleum Reserve signs deal with Hindustan Petroleum to lease space

    Indian Strategic Petroleum Reserve Ltd (ISPRL) has signed a deal with Hindustan Petroleum Corp to lease 300,000 metric tons of storage space for three years in a Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) in Vizag in southern India. ISPRL operates three SPRs in southern India with combined capacity of about 5 mln tonnes. "In line with partial commercialisation policy of the government, we have leased out space to HPCL," Lakhpat Rai Jain, chief executive of Indian Strategic Petroleum Reserves said.

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    Exclusive-India set to halve oil refiners' FY24 energy transition equity support

    India plans to halve the amount of equity investment to $1.8 billion for 2023/24 to help fund three state oil refiners' green energy projects, four government and industry sources said, as the federal government seeks to curb its fiscal deficit. Asia's third largest economy, facing an over 40% shortfall in collecting revenues from stake sales in state-run companies, is prioritising spending to try to limit its fiscal deficit to 5.9% of GDP for this fiscal year to the end of March. State-run Bharat Petroleum Corp and Hindustan Petroleum Corp aim to end net carbon emissions from their operations by 2040, and Indian Oil Corp has set a target for 2046.