ADNOC Gas Q4 profit jumps 24%, FY'23 income tops estimates
Now Reading
ADNOC Gas Q4 profit jumps 24%, FY’23 income tops estimates

ADNOC Gas Q4 profit jumps 24%, FY’23 income tops estimates

For FY2023, ADNOC Gas’ robust performance continued, with net income reaching $4.72bn, significantly exceeding market expectations

Avatar
ADNOC Gas Q4 profit rises 24 per cent Image supplied

ADNOC Gas and its subsidiaries have reported strong financial results for Q4 2023, marking a successful year with substantial volume growth, improved pricing, and key investments for future expansion.

In Q4 2023, ADNOC Gas saw revenue climbing 7 per cent year-on-year (YoY) to $6.3bn.

Processed volumes reached 912 trillion British thermal units (TBTU), a 5 per cent increase, which is enough to supply six million homes with energy for a year. This also led to a 15 per cent year-on-year jump in Q4 EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortisation) to $2.2bn, while net income surged 24 per cent to $1.345bn.

ADNOC Gas: FY2023 performance exceeds expectations

For FY2023, ADNOC Gas’ robust performance continued, with net income reaching $4.72bn, significantly exceeding market expectations.

The company attributed this success to its focus on efficiency improvements, increasing higher-margin liquids and strategic investments.

“ADNOC Gas delivered a strong set of results in 2023, overcoming a challenging first half,” said Dr Ahmed Alebri, CEO of ADNOC Gas.

He said the company maintained strong margins throughout the commodity cycle, invested $4.9bn in EPC contracts for capacity expansion, and secured new LNG supply agreements worth $9-12bn, “capitalising on the growing global demand for LNG as a transitional fuel”.

“I am pleased to report that our strong performance across the entire business enabled us to exceed our 2023 targets as per our guidance to the market,” he added.

Major investment for expansion and sustainability

In 2023, ADNOC Gas’ investments focused on long-term, sustainable growth. A $3.6bn contract awarded aims to expand gas processing facilities, while $1.3bn went towards expanding the natural gas pipeline network. Additionally, a $615bn contract established one of the region’s largest carbon capture projects.

ADNOC Gas said it is fully committed to supporting ADNOC Group with its target of delivering 25 per cent emissions intensity reductions by 2030 and ADNOC’s target to achieve Net-Zero by 2045.

For 2023, ADNOC Gas maintained its $3.25bn dividend, with an additional $1.625bn payment planned for Q2 2024.

Following the dividend payment for 2023, the company expects annual dividend growth of 5 per cent per share over the next four years, underscoring the strength and visibility of its future cash flows.

Key highlights in numbers

  1. Q4 2023 Revenue: $6.3bn (up 7 per cent YoY)
  2. Q4 2023 EBITDA: $2.2bn (up 15 per cent YoY)
  3. Q4 2023 Net Income: $1.345bn (up 24 per cent YoY)
  4. FY 2023 Net Income: $4.72bn
  5. Investment in new capacity and expansion: $4.9bn
  6. LNG supply agreements value: $9-12bn
  7. Carbon capture project capacity: 1.5 million tonnes CO2 per annum

Read: ADNOC Gas signs multi-year LNG supply agreement with GAIL India

You might also like


© 2021 MOTIVATE MEDIA GROUP. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

Scroll To Top