Shell Pakistan Ltd.

Shell Pakistan is engaged in the formulation, blending, distribution, marketing, import, export, and sale of the following petroleum products: gasoline, kerosine, aviation fuel, diesel oil under the Shell Rimula brand name, and furnace oil. Co. also operates a network of service stations and convenience stores.
  • TickerSHEL
  • ISINPK0016701010
  • ExchangePakistan Stock Exchange
  • SectorOil & Gas Producers
  • CountryPakistan
Muhammad Saad Ali

Pakistan Oil Marketing – May 2020 sales volume update

May sales: Easing of lockdown and lower prices unfold strong pickup in sales As per provisional data, overall OMC sales grew 39% mom in May 2020 (down 12% yoy); excluding furnace oil (FO), however, sales were down only 3% yoy. The progressive withdrawal of lockdown conditions by the government since 9 May (ahead of Eid) has led to strong rebound in both retail fuels and furnace oil (sharply lower prices made FO based power generation more cost efficient). Mogas (petrol) sales rose 46% mom and...

Muhammad Saad Ali

Pakistan OMCs: Good pick-up in HSD sales moderate overall decline

As per provisional data, overall OMC sales declined by 36% yoy (up 6% mom) to 1.06mn tons during April 2020. This was the first full month of lockdown in Pakistan (in place since 24 March). The true impact of the lockdown was seen in Mogas sales which fell 36% yoy and 19% mom, where the fuel is mostly used by retail consumers. HSD, on the other hand, rose 43% mom (down 16% yoy) due to demand from the agriculture sector (Rabi crop harvesting) and lower availability of imports from Iran (border...

Muhammad Saad Ali

Pakistan OMCs: Industry sales fall to lowest level in six years

As per provisional data, OMC sales declined by 31% yoy (down 9% mom) to 1.0mn tons during March 2020.Even excluding Furnace oil (FO), petroleum consumption was down 26% yoy. This is the sharpest yoy decline during the past two years amid economic slowdown, where recent government measures to curb the Covid-19 outbreak exacerbated the decline. Schools were closed and a countrywide lockdown stalled most industrial and commercial activity. Industry HSD sales fell 33% yoy in March 2020, while Mog...

Feasibility Study Results in December to be a Catalyst for this Junior

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Ahmed Raza

Pakistan (IMS): Shell Pakistan Q2 CY 19 – heavy losses from exchange rate, minimum tax charge

SHEL announced Q2 CY 19 loss of PKR1,704mn (LPS: PKR15.93) vs a profit of PKR247mn (EPS: PKR2.31) in Q2 CY 18. The Q2 loss came in higher than our LPS estimate of PKR7.50 due to higher-than-expected exchange losses and tax charge, despite bumper gross profits.

A director bought 35,000 shares at 301.731PKR and

A director at Shell Pakistan bought 35,000 shares at 301.731PKR and the significance rating of the trade was 59/100. Is that information sufficient for you to make an investment decision? This report gives details of those trades and adds context and analysis to them such that you can judge whether these trading decisions are ones worth following. Included in the report is a detailed share price chart which plots discretionary trades by all the company's directors over the last two years clearly showing Close periods where trading activity is restricted under listing rules. The names...

Muhammad Saad Ali

Pakistan Oil Marketing – May 2020 sales volume update

May sales: Easing of lockdown and lower prices unfold strong pickup in sales As per provisional data, overall OMC sales grew 39% mom in May 2020 (down 12% yoy); excluding furnace oil (FO), however, sales were down only 3% yoy. The progressive withdrawal of lockdown conditions by the government since 9 May (ahead of Eid) has led to strong rebound in both retail fuels and furnace oil (sharply lower prices made FO based power generation more cost efficient). Mogas (petrol) sales rose 46% mom and...

Muhammad Saad Ali

Pakistan OMCs: Good pick-up in HSD sales moderate overall decline

As per provisional data, overall OMC sales declined by 36% yoy (up 6% mom) to 1.06mn tons during April 2020. This was the first full month of lockdown in Pakistan (in place since 24 March). The true impact of the lockdown was seen in Mogas sales which fell 36% yoy and 19% mom, where the fuel is mostly used by retail consumers. HSD, on the other hand, rose 43% mom (down 16% yoy) due to demand from the agriculture sector (Rabi crop harvesting) and lower availability of imports from Iran (border...