16 September 2019 (closed)
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PT Perusahaan Gas Negara Tbk (PGN), a government controlled enterprise, is Indonesia's largest natural gas transportation and distribution company. PGN has evolved from a gas transmission and distribution company into an integrated energy solution provider, connecting Indonesia's natural gas supplies with customers across the country. PGN and its subsidiaries have developed and currently operate a distribution network that extends for 3,865 kilometers as well as a 2,047 kilometers-long transmission pipeline network.
|Industry Sector||Gas Distribution & Transportation|
|Industry Sub Sector||Energy|
|Established||13 May 1965|
|Listed||15 December 2003|
|Listed Company Code||PGAS|
|Major Shareholders (>5%)||Government of Indonesia (56.97%)|
|Key Subsidiaries||Gagas Energi
PGAS Telekomunikasi Nusantara
Transportasi Gas Negara
Stock Quote Perusahaan Gas Negara - PGAS:
Perusahaan Gas Negara plans, constructs and develops downstream natural gas businesses, which includes the processing, transportation, storage and trading of natural gas. Apart from natural gas, PGN also produces and trades manufactured gas (hydrocarbon gas).
The government has given PGN a mandate to develop natural gas infrastructure in Indonesia. In carrying out this mandate, PGN cooperates with local governments, both directly and through regionally owned enterprises. The company is one of the largest listed Indonesian companies in terms of market capitalization. Indonesia's power generation industry is PGN’s largest market, consuming about 40 percent of PGN’s total sales volume in 2012.
PGN served 91,590 customers in 2013 of which 96.70 percent were households and the rest (3.30 percent) consisted of commercial and industrial customers. In terms of volume the industrial customers absorbed 96.69 percent of PGN's total natural gas sales volume, while only 3.31 percent went to households and commercial customers.
PGN has three business divisions:
1. Transmission & Transportation
2. Distribution & Trading
3. Other Business Segments
• Transmission & Transportation
The company's transmission business activities involve transporting the producer’s natural gas through a high pressure transmission pipeline to the off-taker's transfer point. Through this activity, PGN generates income by charging a toll fee, which is set by BPH Migas.
• Distribution & Trading
PGN’s distribution & trading business is managed by the Strategic Business Unit (SBU). The operating area of this business segment includes Jakarta, Bogor, Bekasi, Banten, Karawang, Cirebon, Palembang, Sidoarjo, Surabaya, Pasuruan (all on the island of Java), Medan, Pekanbaru (on Sumatra), and Batam. The distribution and commercial business activities are managed by the company's sales and services units.
• Other Business Segments
The other segments in the business operations include fiber optic capacity leasing for network provision and construction and maintenance services. Fiber optic capacity leasing is managed by subsidiary PGASCOM, while construction and maintenance services is performed by subsidiary PGAS Solution.
Financial Highlights Perusahaan Gas Negara:
|Profit before Tax||437.4||385.0||275.6|
|Net Income per Share¹||0.02||0.01||0.01|
|Dividend per Share²||91.32||75.18|
|P/E Ratio (x)||12.18||16.23||22.08|
|Profit before Tax||873.9||872.0||1,148.3||1,065.7||929.9|
|Net Income per Share¹||0.03||0.03||0.04||0.03||0.03|
|Dividend per Share²||154.44||134.62||202.77||210.4||144.84|
|P/E Ratio (x)||18.01||12.63||13.11||11.21||16.65|
in million US dollar unless otherwise stated
¹ in US dollar
² in IDR rupiah
Source: Perusahaan Gas Negara, Annual Report 2017
Indonesia’s demand for electric power continues to grow. PGN supplies natural gas to power generation plants to meet domestic demand for electricity. Both environmentally and economically, natural gas is becoming the preferred fuel choice over coal or diesel oil.
The trend of rising natural gas demand in Indonesia and restrictions on the export of unprocessed minerals and mining products starting from 2014 will further increase demand for natural gas for use in the domestic processing of mineral and mining products. However, the gap between gas supply, infrastructure and demand, which are geographically spread apart, has resulted in a lack of integration in the domestic gas market. This can be seen in the centralization of gas demand in areas of industrial concentration such as West Java, East Java and North Sumatra, while gas sources are frequently located in the remote areas, far from natural gas markets, and in many cases deep under the sea. Another gap is that production in a number of gas fields is still tied to long-term export contracts, while the country itself is experiencing a gas shortage.
Projection Future Corporate Earnings Perusahaan Gas Negara:
|P/E Ratio (x)||9.0||19.2||15.8||15.0||14.9|
in million US dollar unless otherwise stated
Source: JP Morgan (09/07/2018)
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