Jindal Steel & Power Ltd Q1 FY23 Result Update: Net profit jumps to Rs. 2,771 crores.

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Jindal Steel & Power Ltd Q1 FY23 Result Update: Net profit jumps to Rs. 2,771 crores.

On 15th July 2022, JSPL reported a net profit of Rs. 2770.88 crores as against the net profit of Q1 FY22 at Rs. 14.25 crores. The net profit increased on account of higher income. The total revenue increased from Rs. 10,643.17 crores in the March quarter to Rs. 13,069.17 in the June quarter. The revenue was up by 23% YoY.

The output of steel remained almost flat at 1.99 million tonnes (MT) as compared to 2.01 MT in April-June 2021. However, there was a fall by 6% QoQ . The sale of steel stood at 1.74 MT against 1.61 MT a year ago and was down by 16% QoQ. The key divers foe the fall of the sale was the challenging marketing conditions and the imposition of export duty. Due to the imposition of the export duty, the domestic volume fell by 12% and export volume slipped by 28%. During the June quarter, the realization was higher by 10% QoQ.

Expenses were also higher at Rs 10,566.64 crore as against Rs 7,233.55 in Q1 FY22. The costs grew by 10% due to the increase in the prices of coking coal by 33% and thermal coal by 27%.

The EBITDA margin during this quarter is 42.8% as compared to the previous quarter at 26.4%

In Mozambique, the company’s Chirodzi mine produced 0.93 MT ROM (run of mine) and sold 197 KT (kilo tonne) coking coal. Mozambique operations have reported an EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization) of Rs. 334 crores for 1QFY23, driven by higher sales volumes and realisations. During April-June, Kiepersol mine in South Africa reported production of 146 KT ROM, and sales of 74 KT. The mine reported EBITDA of Rs. 84 crores. for the quarter. The company’s Russel Vale mine located in Australia produced 138 KT ROM, and dispatched 79 KT coking coal. The mine reported EBITDA of Rs. 24 crores for the quarter.

JSP’s 1QFY23 standalone Gross revenues of Rs. 14,541Cr declined by 7% Q-o-Q and up by 27% YoY as lower volumes more than offset the benefit from higher realisations. Notwithstanding higher input costs, 1QFY23 Adjusted EBITDA of INR 2,865Cr was 8% higher Q-o-Q and fell by 35% Y-o-Y. Q1FY23 Adjusted Profit after tax (PAT) of INR 2,072Cr (Adjusted for exceptional) increased 44% Q-o-Q and slipped by -22% Y-o-Y on higher operating profit and lower finance costs. Pellet production of 1.92mt declined 11 % Y-o-Y (-3% Q-o-Q) due to negligible external sales (30KT vs. 400KT in 1QFY21)

Consolidated Gross Revenues fell 8% Q-o-Q to INR 14,738Cr (+26% Y-o-Y), driven by lower steel and pellet sales partially offset by higher realisations. Adjusted EBITDA of INR 2,993Cr was higher by 3% Q-o-Q but declined 32% Y-o-Y due to rise in input costs and unfavourable base in the prior year (low cost iron ore inventory available in 1QFY22). 1QFY23 Adjusted Profit after tax declined by 23% Y-o-Y (+5% Q-o-Q) to INR 1,929Cr on the back of lower operating profit, partially offset by lower finance costs. Funds from JPL divestment has further strengthened JSP’s balance sheet with Consolidated Net Debt declining further by INR 1,149Cr in 1QFY23 to end the quarter at INR7,727Cr. Net Debt to EBITDA has improved to 0.54x from 0.57x in Q4 FY22.


On 18th July 2022, the shares of the company are trading at Rs. 351.50 , up by 6 points or by 1.74%. The shares previously closed at Rs. 345.50 and opened today at Rs. 349.05. The market cap of JSPL is Rs. 35,856 crores. The stock hit an intraday high of Rs. 353 and intraday low of Rs. 341.95.







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