GAIL India Limited is engaged in the business of Gas transmission &marketing. Its market capitalization is worth INR 61,987.78 Cr. as of 16th April 2021. GAIL was formed in 1984. The company has reported quarterly revenue of INR 15,456.80 Cr. at the end of December 2020. This company is found listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), having the code 532155 and on the National Stock Exchange (NSE) with the symbol GAIL.
Headquartered in New Delhi and owned by the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, it operates in natural gas, liquid hydrocarbon, liquefied petroleum gas transmission, petrochemical, city gas distribution etc.
The Subsidiaries of GAIL are Gas Limited, Brahmaputra Cracker and Polymer Limited, Gail Global Limited Subsidiaries are GAIL Gas Limited, Brahmaputra Cracker, and Polymer Limited, Gail Global Limited. In December 2017, GAIL announced that it had started India's second-largest rooftop Solar PV plant at Uttar Pradesh; electricity generated from the power plant is targeted for captive use for the gas-based petrochemicals plant. The company boasts zero promoters pledged shares. The company's net profit has increased for two quarters in a row, and it now stands at Rs. 1,416 crore as of December 2020. It has also seen a spike in net profit over the last two years, with a gain of Rs. 7,268 crore for FY 2020. The FII's and FIP's have also increased their holdings from 15.62 % to 15.63%. It can be observed that the promoters have decreased their shareholding to 51.82% from 52.12%. Starting in FY 2016, the Return on Equity has increased dramatically over the last four years. The company's liabilities stand at Rs. 13,169 cr. as of March 2020. GAIL is also the first company in India to own and run LPG transmission pipelines. It has a 2038-kilometre LPG pipeline network, with 1,415 kilometres covering the western and northern parts of the country and 623 kilometres connecting the eastern coast. GAIL has two LPG plants in Vijaipur and one in Vaghodia, as well as one each in Lakwa (Assam), Auraiya (UP), Gandhar (Gujarat), and Usar (Gujarat) (Maharashtra). Gail, a natural gas delivery firm, posted disappointing results for the first three quarters of 2020-21, owing primarily to a loss in Ebitda (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortisation) through its gas trading subsidiary. However, with a rise in spot LNG rates in the fourth quarter, conditions changed.Read More