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Promoters 54.90 % 54.90 % 54.90 % 54.90 %
FII 14.26 % 13.26 % 13.99 % 14.36 %
Mutual Funds 14.10 % 14.29 % 13.46 % 13.06 %
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About Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd

Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd (HPCL) is a Mega Public Sector Undertaking (PSU) with Navratna status. HPCL is a Government of India Enterprise listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange Limited and National Stock Exchange of India Limited, with Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited (ONGC /the Holding Company) holding 51.11% of Equity Shares w.e.f. 31st January, 2018, which has increased stake further to 54.90% as of March 31, 2023. HPCL in collaboration with M/s Mittal Energy Investments Pte. Ltd. operates 11.3 MMTPA capacity refinery at Bathinda, Punjab with 49% equity stake. Besides, the company also holds an equity stake of 16.96% in Mangalore Refinery & Petrochemicals Ltd (MRPL), a refinery at Mangalore with a capacity of 15 MMTPA. The Corporation is engaged, primarily in the business of refining of crude oil and marketing of petroleum products. It has, among others, refineries at Mumbai and Vishakhapatnam, LPG bottling plants and Lube blending plants. Its marketing infrastructure includes vast network of Installations, Depots, Aviation Service Stations, Retail Outlets and LPG distributors. Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd was incorporated on July 5th, 1952 with the name Standard Vacuum Refining Company. Then, the name was changed to ESSO India. When ESSO and Lube India were nationalized, the company was renamed to Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd in the year 1974. The Caltex undertaking was nationalized in the year 1976, which were subsequently merged with the company in the year 1978. In the year 1979, the undertakings of Kosan Gas Company, the concessionaires of HPCL in the domestic LPG market, was merged with the company. In December 2000, the 'Guru Gobind Singh Refineries' was incorporated as a wholly owned subsidiary company. The company completed the Rs 378 crore pipeline project from Vijayawada to Secunderabad, which was commissioned on March 2002. They set up a new LPG Bottling plant with capacity of 44 TMTPA in Kota. The company implemented 15 company tank trucks in the year 2004. During the year 2004-05, the company completed their construction of a new grassroot depot at Aonla, Bareilly in Uttar Pradesh with total cost of Rs 10.25 crore. Also, they completed the construction of another new grassroot depot at Ramagundam, Andhra Pradesh at a total cost of Rs 11.47 crore. Further they commissioned a total of 13100 KL additional tankage at various locations during the year. The company branded their retail outlets under the name 'CLUB HP'. They launched 'Turbojet' branded diesel and the 'Power' branded petrol in India. During the year 2005-06, the company's Mumbai Refinery undertook mega project at an approved cost of Rs 1850 crore to meet the MS/HSD of EURO-III grade in Metro/Mega cities and Bharat stage-II grade in the rest of the country and the Visakhapatnam Refinery undertook Clean Fuel Project at an approved cost of Rs 2147.8 crore to meet the MS/HSD of Euro-III grade in metro-mega cities and Bharat-II grade in the rest of the country. The company commissioned 647 retail outlets during the year. During the year 2008-09, the installation of facilities for production of Euro III / IV Petrol (Motor Spirit) at both the Refineries was completed. In pursuit of promoting alternate fuels, CREDA-HPCL Biofuel Ltd (CHBL) was incorporated on October 14, 2008, as a subsidiary company with equity shareholding of 74% by the company and 26% by Chhattisgarh State Renewable Energy Development Agency (CREDA). CHBL is to undertake cultivation of Jatropha plant, an energy crop used for production of bio- diesel, on 15,000 hectares of land leased by the Government of Chhattisgarh. HPCL Refineries commissioned Clean Fuels Projects and Euro-IV MS production started prior to January 2010 as per Auto Fuels Policy. Mumbai Refinery was the First Indian PSU refinery to commence BS-IV MS production facilities and first batch of BS-IV MS was rolled out in January 2010. In its continual effort to widen the crude basket, Mumbai Refinery processed 2 new crudes, namely Iran Mix and Ravva crude. In April 2011, the company approved the acquisition of balance 50% shares held by other joint venture partners in Prize Petroleum Company Ltd. In November 2011, the company entered into a MoU with Greater Calcutta Gas Supply Corporation Ltd (GCGSCL) and Gas Authority of India Ltd (GAIL) to carry out natural gas business in the City of Kolkata and its adjoining districts. The company is setting up a state-of-the-art Green R&D Centre at Bangalore with an objective to become a technology leader through continuous & innovative R&D efforts. The project is being executed in a phase manner with a phase-I capital investment of Rs 210 crore. In 2012, HPCL, Mittal Energy joint venture ties-up with IBM for data solutions. The company became a promoter of the Rajasthan refinery by taking a majority stake of 51 per cent in Rs 25,000-crore refinery with annual capacity of 9 million metric tonnes. In 2013, a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed between Government of Rajasthan (GOR) and the company for setting up a state-of-the-art 9 MMTPA refinery-cum-petrochemical complexes in Barmer District of Rajasthan. The company proposed to enter into a 50:50 joint venture with Shapoorji Pallonji Group for LNG terminal for import of liquid gas (LNG) on Gujarat Coast. The company procures 1mn barrels of Nigerian Qua Iboe crude oil. The company has been bestowed with the Golden Peacock Award for Excellence in Corporate Governance for the year 2013 by Institute of Directors. The company signs MoU with MOP&NG, Govt. of India for FY 2013-14. In 2014, the company's Mumbai Refinery bagged the coveted 'National Energy Conservation Award (First prize)' in the refinery sector. The company inaugurates KSP on world's highest motorable road. The company bags the Platts Top 250 Global Energy Award. The company acquires two gas blocks in Australia for AUD 85 million. In 2015, Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd (HPCL) approved the proposal for implementation of capacity expansion of the company's Mumbai refinery from 7.5 MMTPA to 9.5 MMTPA. HPCL - HP-HiGAS Unit', a new commercial scale unit developed based on HPCL R&D technology at Visakhapatnam refinery was inaugurated during the year. The company commenced marketing of Bio-Fuel blended High Speed Diesel (B-5 Diesel) in select retail outlets of the country. On 27 May 2016, the Board of Directors of HPCL approved acquisition of 2.16 crore equity share of Petronet MHB Ltd. (PMHBL) at Rs 12.04 per share from Petronet India Ltd totaling to Rs 26.09 crore. The Board of Directors of HPCL at its meeting held on 20 July 2016 recommended issue of bonus shares in the ratio of 2 bonus shares for every 1 existing equity share. The board also approved Rs 20928-crore project to increase the capacity of Visakhapatnam refinery to 15 MMTPA from 8.33 MMTPA, with residue up-gradation facility meeting BS VI fuel specification compliance. On 21 July 2016, HPCL announced that the nameplate capacity of its Mumbai refinery stands enhanced to 7.5 MMTPA from 6.5 MMTPA due to various process improvements and de-bottlenecking schemes implemented by the company. Following approved from HPCL's Board of Directors as well as shareholders, the Reserve Bank of India on 5 August 2016 notified increase in the ceiling on investment in HPCL's shares by foreign institutional investors (FIIs) from 24% to 40% of the paid up capital of the company. HPCL commissioned Mangalore-Hassan-Mysore-Solur LPG pipeline (356 km) in October 2016 with a cost of nearly Rs 838 crore and ahead of scheduled time of completion. To reduce carbon footprints and promote renewable energy, HPCL commissioned a 50.5 MW wind power project in Rajasthan in December 2016, taking the total wind power capacity to 101 MW. On 7 December 2016, HPCL announced that it has signed a Consortium Agreement with Indian Oil Corporation Limited and Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited to carry out pre project activities for setting up of 60 MMTPA West Coast Refinery and a Petrochemical Project in the State of Maharashtra through a Joint Venture Company. The Board of Directors of HPCL at its meeting held on 17 April 2017 approved resumption of Rajasthan Refinery Project and signing of revised MOU with the State Government of Rajasthan for implementation of the project. The project involves the setting up of 9 MMTPA grass root refinery at Pachpadra in Barmer district in Rajasthan. The Board of Directors of HPCL at its meeting held on 26 May 2017 recommended issue of fully paid bonus shares in the ratio of 1 bonus equity share of Rs 10 each for every 2 existing equity shares of Rs 10 each. HPCL registered highest ever Profit after Tax of Rs 6209 crore on standalone basis with gross sales of Rs 213489 crore for the year ended 31 March 2017 (FY 2017). HPCL refineries at Mumbai and Visakhapatnam maximized crude processing and achieved the highest ever-combined refining throughput of 17.81 MMT with capacity utilization of 113% in FY 2017, compared to throughput of 17.23 million tonnes in FY 2016. HPCL successfully rolled out daily pricing of petrol and diesel across India effective from 16 June 2017 to smoothen flow of products from supply locations to the consumer and align the prices to the international prices on daily basis. On 6 July 2017, HPCL announced that it has raised $500 million from fixed rate senior unsecured notes in overseas markets. The company intends to use all of the proceeds of the issue to fund capital expenditure for its ongoing and future domestic projects in accordance with the ECB Guidelines of India. During 2017-18, three new ASFs at Srinagar, Tirupati and Patna were commissioned. Under Regional Connectivity Scheme, 3 new locations were comissioned at Vidyanagar, Jalgaon and Mundra in aviation business. In FY 2017-18, the Corporation commissioned Panagarh LPG plant with a bottling capacity of 250 TMTPA, which is the biggest LPG plant in Asia.Government of India transferred whole of its 51.11% of the total paid up equity share capital of HPCL to Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited (ONGC) on 31st January 2018. Post-acquisition, HPCL continues to be central public sector enterprise (CPSE) and a government company within the meaning of Section 2 (45) of the Companies Act, 2013. During 2017-18, HPCL completed the turnaround of CDU-I unit at Visakh Refinery and also implemented the best practice of risk-based inspection in some of the critical units at Mumbai Refinery and Visakh Refinery. During 2017-18, a number of process improvement schemes were implemented at both refineries including SEU II Furnace revamp at Mumbai Refinery and commissioning of the slop-processing scheme at Visakh Refinery. During 2017-18, HPCL commissioned 669 new retail outlets and exceeded the mark of 15,000 retail outlets by taking the total outlet number to 15,062 as on 31st March 2018. Besides network expansion, improving the volumes of the existing network also has been a key focus area for Retail SBU. About 1,000 outlets were modernized during the year with an investment outlay of over Rs 350 crore. HPCL Middle East FZCO, a 100% Subsidiary of your Corporation was incorporated on 11th February, 2018 as a Free Zone Company under Dubai Airport Free Zone and Establishment Card was issued on 22nd March, 2018 for the Company. The foreign subsidiary was established for trading in Lubricants & Grease, Petrochemicals and Refined Oil Products. RRPCL was incorporated on 22nd September, 2017 with Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL), Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) and Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd (HPCL) holding equity in the ratio 50%: 25%: 25% respectively. Ujjwala Plus Foundation, a joint venture of Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL), Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) and Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd (HPCL) with fund contribution in the ratio 50%: 25%: 25%, respectively was incorporated on 21st July, 2017 as a not-for-profit Private Company Limited by Guarantee (without Share Capital) under Section 8 of the Companies Act 2013. CHBL, in which HPCL holds 74% of equity shareholding, was dissolved with effect from 8th March 2018. During 2017-18, more than 650 outlets were added to the network of branded Club HP / Club HP Star outlets taking the total to over 2,700 as of March 2018. In line with the commitment to ensure a cleaner and greener environment, solar panels were installed at 464 retail outlets during the year. HPCL also launched an electric vehicle charging station at a retail outlet in Nagpur. To adapt to green energy solutions, HPCL initiated process of replacing existing conventional Metal Halide Lamps with LEDs at retail outlet network and LED installation was completed at 4,510 retail outlets during the year 2017-18. To cater to growing LPG demand, HPCL commissioned its largest LPG bottling plant at Panagarh in West Bengal with bottling capacity of 250 TMPTA. In addition, bottling capacity augmentation projects of 60 TMTPA each at Unnao (Uttar Pradesh) and Purnea (Bihar) LPG plants were also completed during the year 2017-18. During 2017-18, HPCL successfully executed retailer loyalty scheme aimed to create a larger customer base within Bazaar market and enhance brand awareness for HP Lubricants in the market. To strengthen connection to the key stakeholders in lube market i.e. retailer and mechanics, HPCL launched its market activation campaign named BANDHAN' during the year. Various activities were conducted at important markets involving a number of retailers and mechanics and educating them on HPCL's lubricant products and benefits. During 2017-18, HPCL made its footprint in UAE with incorporation of 100% owned subsidiary company, HPCL Middle East FZCO' at DAFZA (Dubai Airport Free Zone Area) in UAE. HPCL has also appointed a distributor in Myanmar in 2017 and have commenced sales. HPCL's sales efforts in Myanmar were bolstered by product launches in important markets of Yangon and Mandalay and are being supported through various promotional and marketing activities in the region. During 2017-18, HPCL commissioned 5 new Kerb Side Pumps (KSPs) for Indian Army, taking total KSPs to 93 with total tankage of 4,841 KL to ensure smooth supply of POL products to Army in toughest terrains of country. The Company also commissioned 8,600 KL of scattered tankage for Indian Army at Leh during the year. It further completed the Advance Winter Stocking of POL products for Indian Army in Kashmir Valley and Leh within stipulated time. During 2017-18, international airlines and carriers like Azur Air, Thai Airways, Kenya Airways, Scoot Tiger Air, Silk Air, Nepal Airlines, SriLankan Airlines and Biman Bangladesh were added to the existing customer portfolio. During 2017-18, aviation fuel infrastructure was augmented by setting up new fixed facilities at Tirupati, Srinagar & Patna airports. In addition, 3 new ASFs were commissioned during 2017-18 at Jalgaon, Vidyanagar and Mundra airports where flight operations were commenced under Regional Connectivity Scheme of Government of India. During 2017-18, HPCL revamped and augmented the facilities at various locations including 8 bay Tank Truck (TT) filling gantry with allied facilities at Loni & Nalagarh and 6 Bay ATF TT loading facilities (fully compliant to MBLC requirements) along with allied facilities at Bahadurgarh terminal. In addition, revamp of Jabalpur depot was completed with state of the art safety features. The depot was made fully compliant to latest OISD standards and enabled with fully automated loading operation. During 2017-18, HPCL implemented a number of cost leadership initiatives in operation and distribution of petroleum products, which resulted in substantial savings for the Corporation. Major initiatives undertaken during 2017-18 include simultaneous tanker discharge at Ennore and Visakh terminals and realignment of retail outlets to optimize the logistics cost. Energy efficient lighting system was installed at 40 locations and solar plants (Rooftop and ground mounted) of total capacity 2,700 KW were installed at 32 POL locations during the year 2017-18. Strict monitoring of specific energy & water consumption across locations was achieved through sustained awareness building. Rainwater harvesting at all major locations along with fresh water management has helped to reduce water consumption significantly. During 2017-18, the Company's joint venture Hindustan Colas Private Ltd. (HINCOL) supplied Bitumen emulsions to numerous road projects in India registering a sales growth of 5% over historical. It also supplied Polymer Modified Bitumen for construction of runways at Chandigarh and Kannur international airports and Air Force stations at Pune, Tambaram, Awantipur, Sirsa and Kalburgi. During 2018-19, HPCL's wholly owned subsidiary, HPCL Middle East FZCO commenced business operations in UAE. HPCL exported lubes to Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Vietnam, South Korea, UAE, Democratic Republic of Congo (Africa) and Ecuador (South America). HP Lubricants was the first Indian brand to mark its presence in Vietnam & Ecuador. New lubricant distributorships were commissioned in Bangladesh, Bhutan, Vietnam, UAE & Democratic Republic of Congo during 2018-19. HPCL recorded the bulk diesel sales of 1,372 TMT and commissioned 50 new consumer pump facilities across the country for consolidation of bulk Diesel business. Pipeline project for capacity expansion of Ramanmandi Bahadurgarh Pipeline (RBPL) from 4.71 to 7.11 MMTPA was completed. It strengthened supply infrastructure of various infrastructure projects including storage & distribution depot at Leh, new wagon gantry at Visakh black oil terminal and revamp of the existing tank wagon facility at Jabalpur depot. It signed a business agreement with Indigo at various new airports and added a number of international airlines to the existing customer portfolio. In 2018-19, Corporation commissioned 478 new retail outlets during the year with network totaling to 15,440. 1,018 new LPG distributorships were commissioned during the year. It commissioned LPG plant in Warangal with a bottling capacity of 60 TMTPA. Aviation Service Facilities was augmented by setting up new fixed facilities at Amritsar, Bhubaneshwar, Raipur and Regional Connectivity Scheme (RCS) location at Kolhapur. HPCL launched its own packaged drinking water brand Reminero', marketed through company's retail outlet network in the cities of Hyderabad, Bangalore and Mysore. Another new initiative undertaken was marketing of Adblue' (Diesel exhaust fluid) through HPCL retail outlet network. It commissioned 478 new retail outlets taking the number of total retail outlets to 15,440 as of 31st March, 2019. In May 2018, mobile fuel dispenser HP Fuel Connect' to supply Diesel to select customers at their premises was commissioned. Solar power panels were installed at 737 outlets and energy efficient LED bulbs were marketed through the retail outlet network. In addition, Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations have been commissioned at 7 HPCL retail outlets, as of 31st March, 2019. In FY'20, the Corporation commissioned its first outlet in Bhutan as a part of the tie-up with State Trade Corporation of Bhutan Limited (STCBL) for setting up of retail outlets and supply of motor fuels in Bhutan. It launched a new product, Very Low Sulphur Fuel Oil (VLSFO), to leverage the opportunities of low sulphur marine fuels effective from January 01, 2020. Aviation Service Facilities (ASFs) was augmented by setting up new facilities at Nagpur, Ranchi and Vidyanagar in Karnataka taking the total ASFs to 44. In March, 2021 Company acquired 50% stake in HPCL Shapoorji Energy Pvt. Ltd. (HSEPL) held by SP Ports Pvt. Ltd. and became subsidiary of HPCL. In FY'21, Corporation launched a new product 'HP GAS FLAME PLUS' for commercial and industrial customers. It commissioned 112 new regular LPG distributorships taking the total number of distributors to 6,192. During 2021, 51 new CNG stations were commissioned. Import of LNG from International Market commenced and Corporation started marketing natural gas to industrial customers. Aviation Service Facility (ASF) network was augmented with commissioning of new ASFs at Shirdi and Kurnool taking the total number of ASFs to 46. During FY 2020-21, Corporation installed captive solar power capacity of 11.4 MWp at Retail Outlets, POL locations, Pipeline stations etc. taking the total solar power capacity to 43.95 MWp. During the year 2022, Retail SBU of the Corporation ventured into non fuel retailing by launching branded store Club HP 'Happy Shop' at retail outlets. Further, packaged drinking water under the brand name 'Paani@Club HP' was also launched. 1391 Retail Outlets were commissioned taking the total to 20,025 and 273 Door-to-Door Mobile Dispensers were commissioned, totaling to 660. To meet the rising demand in North East India, a 30 TMTPA Bottling plant was commissioned at Goalpara, the first HPCL bottling plant in Assam. The Corporation has commissioned the 120 TMTPA capacity LPG Plant at Gonda, Uttar Pradesh and an additional 5.5 TMT of LPG Mounded Storage Vessels at various locations. Lube R&D at Mumbai was amalgamated with HPCL Green R&D Centre, Bengaluru with additional facilities bringing in better synergy and resource optimization. Corporation's Mumbai refinery commissioned new tanks at MR-II facility and implemented Naphtha and MTO loading facility ex Mahul terminal. Visakh refinery achieved mechanical completion for Tankage-B package and as part of Sagarmala project at Oil Wharf, commissioned Bitumen shipping line to OR-III jetty during the year. Corporation was the first Oil Marketing Company to place an order for Electrolyser to produce Green Hydrogen. In March 2023, the Corporation commissioned Crude Distillation Unit with a capacity of 9 MMTPA; it commissioned other critical systems, including, Grid Power connectivity, Raw Water, Bearing Cooling Water, Sea Cooling Water, Plant Air/ Instrument Air Cryogenic Nitrogen Unit, and a state-of-the-art 'Staged Flare'. Further, in January 2023, six new crudes, including, Ural, Amenam Blend, Egina, Tupi, Novy Port, and Sokol, were processed for the first time in Visakh refineries. During the financial year 2022-23, the Mumbai Refinery commissioned rooftop solar panels with a capacity of 700 KW. Furthermore, the Mumbai Refinery continued to source more than 70% of its power requirement from the grid. Additionally, as part of the Visakh Refinery Modernization Project (VRMP), the Visakh Refinery commissioned a project to connect the refinery power to grid at 220KV levels. Virtual Reality Training facilities were launched recently in both Mumbai and Vishakhapatnam Refineries as a part of transformative journey in 2023. During the year 2023, 1161 Retail Outlets were commissioned taking the total retail network to 21186 numbers. 301 CNG facilities were added at Retail Outlets and EV Charging Systems (EVCS) were added at 1026 Retail Outlets. Corporation launched Power95', a high octane premium branded petrol; solar panels were installed at 4064 Retail Outlets during the year, taking the total number of Retail Outlets with solar power to 10475 of the total Retail network. Corporation commissioned 3 LPG Plants during the year 2023, namely 120 TMTPA capacity LPG Plant at Barhi, Jharkhand; 180 TMTPA capacity LPG Plant at Patalganga, Maharashtra; and 60 TMTPA capacity LPG Plant at Sitarganj, Uttarakhand. Additionally, 21 mounded storage vessels were commissioned at 9 different locations augmenting the LPG storage capacity by 9.8 TMT. It commissioned 45 new domestic and 51 non-domestic LPG distributors, totalling to 6283 domestic LPG distributors and 328 LPG non-domestic LPG distributors. It strengthened the Lubes marketing network by adding 36 new Channel Partners. The Corporation ventured into marketing of Petrochemical products thru the launch of 'HP DURAPOL' brand. It launched new products like HP Super Solvent, LSHS Premium, Marine Bio Fuel and Warm Mix Additive. It started MTO rake unloading facilities at Dharmapuri and Vadodara, commissioned LDO rake receipt and Tank Truck loading facility at Haldia and Hexane tankages at Akola and Sitarganj depots. It acquired 5 nos. Air Force stations and two new locations of Kannur and Mopa during the year 2023 into the Aviation business. During the year 2023, Corporation commissioned 86 new CNG stations in the GAs authorized to it, taking the total number of CNG stations in authorized GAs to 209. Additionally, 2110 inch-km of steel pipeline, 1233 KM of MDPE pipeline was added and 22,733 new PNG connections were released during the year. Two new locations of Dharmapuri Terminal in Tamil Nadu and Sitar Ganj Depot in Uttarakhand were commissioned and the Kozhikode Depot was recommissioned. To ensure correct quality and quantity of fuel delivered, it has installed upgraded Vehicle Tracking System with AIS-140 compliant devices and Electro Mechanical Locking systems for all Tank Trucks. The Corporation's Pipeline vertical increased the network to 5,132 KM with the commissioning of major pipeline projects of Hassan Cherlapally Pipeline (650 KM) and Vijayawada Dharmapuri Pipeline (697 KM). With these commissionings, petroleum-product-pipeline mainline capacity rose to 35.2 MMTPA. New grade of Bio-marine fuel for bunker use was launched. The Corporation installed captive solar power capacity of 30.34 MWp across various locations during the year, taking the total solar power capacity to 84.355 MWp as of 31st March, 2023.

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Pushp Kumar Joshi



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Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd Management

Pushp Kumar JoshiChairman & Managing Director
RAJNEESH NARANGWhole Time Director & CFO
S BharathanWhole-time Director
AMIT GARGDirector (Marketing)
Vimla PradhanIndependent Non Exe. Director
Bechan LalIndependent Non Exe. Director
Vivekananda BiswalIndependent Non Exe. Director
Ramdarshan Singh PalIndependent Non Exe. Director
Nagaraja BhalkiIndependent Non Exe. Director
K S NarendiranIndependent Non Exe. Director
Sujata SharmaNominee (Govt)
Pankaj KumarNominee (Govt)
Suresh K ShettyExecutive Director - Human Res
V MuraliCompany Sec. & Compli. Officer

Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd News

Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd Slips 4.24%
Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd has lost 11.71% over last one month compared to 3.93% fall in S&P BSE Oil&Gas index and 1.48% rise in the SENSEX
Board of Hindustan Petroleum Corporation recommends interim dividend
Of Rs 15 per share
HPCL slides as Q3 PAT tanks 90% QoQ
Hindustan Petroleum Corporation (HPCL) slipped 4.85% to Rs 430.50 after the company’s standalone net profit slumped 89.66% to Rs 529.02 crore in Q3 FY24 as against Rs 5,118.16 crore recorded in Q2 FY24.
Hindustan Petroleum Corporation consolidated net profit rises 60.46% in the December 2023 quarter
Sales rise 1.45% to Rs 110890.59 crore
Hindustan Petroleum Corporation fixes record date for interim dividend
Record date is 07 February 2024
Hindustan Petroleum Corporation revises board meeting date
To 25 January 2024
Hindustan Petroleum Corporation revises board meeting date
To 25 January 2024
Hindustan Petroleum Corporation to convene board meeting
On 27 January 2024
Hindustan Petroleum Corporation announces cessation of director
With effect from 01 January 2024
Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd Slides 3.26%
Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd has added 17.95% over last one month compared to 13.39% gain in S&P BSE Oil&Gas index and 7.94% rise in the SENSEX

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As of the Dec 2023 quarter, the promoter shareholding in Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd stands at 54.90%. During the same period, Institutional Investors have shown a slight increase in their holdings, rising from 13.26% to 14.26%.