Par Value: 5/-
Closing Price: 28.90
Total Shares Issued: 175028706.00
Market Capitalization: 5,058,329,603
Leading multinational energy company.
Total Kenya PLC FY 2018 results through 31st December 2018 vs. 31st December 2017
FY Gross sales 136.678235b vs. 137.096919b -0.305%
FY Indirect taxes and duties [28.765461b] vs. [25.673365b] +12.044%
FY Net sales 107.912774b vs. 111.423554b -3.151%
FY Cost of sales [99.560337b] vs. [103.171526b] -3.500%
FY Gross profit 8.352437b vs. 8.252028b +1.217%
FY Other income 955.564m vs. 1.094244b -12.674%
FY Operating expenses [5.837862b] vs. [5.410544b] +7.898%
FY Finance income 245.202m vs. 328.054m -25.256%
FY Finance costs [115.550m] vs. [54.520m] +111.941%
FY Net foreign exchange loss [1.267m] vs. [77.446m] -98.364%
FY Profit before tax 3.598524b vs. 4.131816b -12.907%
FY Profit for the year 2.312582b vs. 2.738216b -15.911%
Basic and diluted EPS 3.67 vs. 4.35 -15.632%
Dividend per share 1.30 vs. 1.30
Total Assets 39.258921b vs. 38.012115b +3.280%
Total Equity 22.666043b vs. 21.417219b +5.831%
Cash and cash equivalents as at 31st December 6.699178b vs. [2.349724b] +385.105%
The Company recorded an Increase in gross margins to KShs 8.35 billion 2017 KShs 8.25 billion mainly driven by increased sales in Retail and Consumer segments by 6%. Overall sales volumes excluding bulk sales (OTS) increased by 2%.
Other income decreased to KShs 956 million 2017 KShs 1,094 million as a consequence of the decrease in surplus asset disposal income of KShs. 167 million in 2017.
Operating expenses increased by 8% due to increased depreciation on property, plant and equipment emanating from investments in the Network and Depots and inflation impact, though controlled by effective cost management.
The Company continues to enjoy finance income which in 2018, amounted to KShs 130 million 2017, KShs 274 million after netting off interest paid in USD. This is the result of positive cash position in Kenya shillings arising from effective management of working capital.
The foreign exchange loss decreased significantly in the year and amounted to KShs 1.27 million 2017 KS. 77.45 million thanks to the stability of the Kenya shilling against the US Dollar.
Total Kenyas profit for the year ended 31 December 2018 recorded a drop of 16% mainly resulting from the effect of a volatile international prices of finished products platts negatively impacting margins in the price regulated segment.
The Companys statement of financial position remained strong with a growth in assets by 3% from KShs 38.01 billion in 2017 to KShs 39.26 billion in 2018.
Investments level continues to remain strong and in 2018 it amounted to KShs 2.01 billion 2017 KShs 2.27 billion in line with the business strategy to enhance safety standards in our operations and continue to develop profitable business lines.
In line with the long term strategy of the Company and to capture growth opportunities in the Kenyan and regional markets, the Company will continue to invest in safety of our operations, logistics and commercial activities.
The Board is confident that the Company is well positioned to register positive performance in all the business segments, while capitalising on the continued economic growth and stability of the local currency and of the oil prices.
The Directors recommend the payment of a first and final dividend of KShs 1.30 per share for the year ended 31 December 2018, the same level as in 2017, subject to the shareholders approval at the 65th Annual General Meeting.
If approved, the dividend will be paid on or around 22nd July 2019.
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING The 65th Annual General Meeting of Total Kenya Plc will be held on 26 June 2019.
CLOSURE OF THE SHARE REGISTER
Subject to shareholders approval at the Annual General Meeting, the share register will be closed for one day at the close of business on 26th June 2019 for the purpose of dividend calculation.
By order of the Board
Mr Olagoke Aluko Managing Director
March 26, 2019
Its an interesting prospect.
Interesting that Retail and consumer segment [i.e Forecourt] posted a meaningful Year on Year Gain.
Thinly traded share and its a Buy around 25.00.
Total Kenya PLC FY 2017 results through 31st December 2017 vs. 31st December 2016
FY Gross sales 137.096919b vs. 110.582420b +23.977%
FY Indirect taxes and duties [25.673365b] vs. [21.521496b] +19.292%
FY Net sales 111.423554b vs. 89.060924b +25.222%
FY Cost of sales [103.171526b] vs. [81.209334b] +27.044%
FY Gross profit 8.252028b vs. 7.851590b +5.100%
FY Other income 1.094244b vs. 962.996m +13.629%
FY Operating expenses [5.410544b] vs. [4.994353b] +8.333%
FY Finance income 328.054m vs. 163.492m +100.654%
FY Finance costs [54.520m] vs. [26.834m] +103.175%
FY Net foreign exchange loss [77.446m] vs. [21.528m] +259.745%
FY Profit before tax 4.131816b vs. 3.935363b +4.992%
FY Profit for the year 2.738216b vs. 2.234292b +22.554%
Basic and diluted EPS 4.35 vs. 3.55 +22.535%
Dividend per share 1.30 vs. 1.06 +22.642%
Total Assets 38.012115b vs. 36.185372b +5.048%
Total Equity 21.417219b vs. 19.349290b +10.687%
Cash and cash equivalents as at 31st December [2.349724b] vs. [278.826m] -742.721%
Net Sales +25%
increase in margins +5.00%
increase in other income 131m strategy of development in non fuel activities
1.30 Final Dividend
Strong Earnings - Dividend hiked +22.642%
headline revenue growth other income i.e. Forecourt doing well
This is an attractively priced share
H1 Gross sales 71.759795b vs. 48.874772b +46.824%
H1 Indirect taxes and duties [13.082998b] vs. [9.895382b] +32.213%
H1 Net sales 58.676797b vs. 38.979390b +50.533%
H1 Cost of sales [54.459794b] vs. [35.356648b] +54.030%
H1 Gross profit 4.217003b vs. 3.622742b +16.404%
H1 Other income 431.803m vs. 396.499m +8.904%
H1 Operating expenses [2.987122b] vs. [2.531651b] +17.991%
H1 Finance income/ costs Net 141.668m vs. 75.983m +86.447%
H1 Profit before tax 1.693750b vs. 1.563798b +8.310%
H1 Profit for the period 958.198m vs. 717.900m +33.472%
Basic and diluted EPS 1.52 vs. 1.14 +33.333%
Cash and cash equivalents at 30th June [350.293m] vs. [305.940m] +14.497%
No interim dividend
The Company recorded a growth of 33% in net profit for the half year period.
Net Sales increased by 51% mainly due to increase in international oil prices.
+16% growth in margins
No interim Dividend
Strong Earnings release plain and simple.
FY Gross sales 110.582420b vs. 138.027279b -19.884%
FY Indirect taxes and duties [21.521496b] vs. [17.773285b] +21.089%
FY Net sales 89.060924b vs. 120.253994b -25.939%
FY Cost of sales [81.209334b] vs. [113.263567b] -28.301%
FY Gross profit 7.851590b vs. 6.990427b +12.319%
FY Other income 962.996m vs. 766.065m +25.707%
FY Operating expenses [4.994353b] vs. [4.905099b] +1.820%
FY Finance income 163.492m vs. 127.073m +28.660%
FY Net foreign exchange loss [21.528m] vs. [320.342m] -93.280%
FY Profit before tax 3.935363b vs. 2.618696b +50.279%
FY Profit for the year 2.234292b vs. 1.615003b +38.346%
EPS (Basic and diluted) 3.55 vs. 2.57 +38.132%
Total Assets 36.185372b vs. 34.225035b +5.728%
Total Equity 19.349290b vs. 17.599746b +9.941%
Cash and cash equivalents as at 31st December [278.826m] vs. [1.453450b] -80.816%
Dividend per share 1.06 vs. 0.77 +37.662%
Number of shares 175,028,706
drop in international oil prices led to the decrease of 26% in net sales.
Gross margins increased by 12%
Other Income increased by 197m as a result of growth in rental income and non forecourt activities.
FY PAT +38%
1.06 Final Dividend
Strong results cheap share. Buy at this level
Total Kenya Limited H1 2016 results through 30th June 2016 vs. 30th June 2015
H1 Gross sales 48.874772b vs. 64.097397b -23.749%
H1 Indirect taxes and duties [9.895382b] vs. [8.358076b] +18.393%
H1 Net sales 38.979390b vs. 55.739321b -30.068%
H1 Cost of sales [35.356648b] vs. [52.603913b] -32.787%
H1 Gross profit 3.622742b vs. 3.135408b +15.543%
H1 Other income 396.499m vs. 265.000m +49.622%
H1 Operating expenses [2.531651b] vs. [2.386581b] +6.079%
H1 Net foreign exchange gain [loss] 0.225m vs. [191.015m] +100.118%
H1 Profit before tax 1.563798b vs. 891.723m +75.368%
H1 Profit for the period 717.900m vs. 525.451m +36.625%
EPS 1.14 vs. 0.83 +37.349%
No interim dividend
Cash and cash equivalents at the end of the period [305.940m] vs. 3.580332b -108.545%
The Company recorded a growth of 37% in net profit for the half year period ended 30th June 2016.
Net Sales decreased by 30% mainly due to a drop in international Oil Prices
Co recorded a +16% growth in margins to 3.6b versus 3.1b
Other Income increased by 131.5m as a result of increased activities in non fuel business channels
The Tax Charge of 845.9m included a provision arising from an audit tax assessment by the revenue Authority relating to prior years
No Interim Dividend
Strong results especially when you account for the increased Tax Charge
Total Kenya Limited FY 2015 results through 31st December 2015 vs. 31st December 2014
FY Gross sales 138.027279b vs. 170.725560b -11.153%
FY Indirect taxes and duties [17.773285b] vs. [15.623868b] +13.757%
FY Net sales 120.253994b vs. 155.101692b -22.468%
FY Cost of sales [113.263567b] vs. [148.351545] -23.652%
FY Gross profit 6.990427b vs. 6.750147b +3.560%
FY Other income 766.065m vs. 487.693m +57.079%
FY Operating expenses [4.905099b] vs. [4.548854b] +7.832%
FY Finance income 127.073m vs. 8.541m
FY Finance costs [39.428m] vs. [272.336m] -85.522%
FY Net foreign exchange loss [320.342m] vs. [149.186m] +114.727%
Profit before tax 2.618696b vs. 2.276005b +15.057%
Profit for the year 1.615003b vs. 1.424088b +13.406%
EPS 2.57 vs. 2.26 +13.717%
Dividend 0.77 vs. 0.70 +10.000%
Cash & cash equivalents as at 31st December [1.453450b] vs. [6.841453b] +78.755%
Sales volumes increased by 7% to 1,736 KMT in 2015
Company maintained its leadership position in the Inland market in 2015
Net Sales decreased by 22% due to the drop in international Oil Prices
Co. recorded a 4% growth in margins from 6.75b to 6.99b in 2015
Other Income increased by 278m mainly as a result of disposal of assets classified as held for sale
Co. suffered a Forex Loss of 320m
0.77 Final Dividend
Solid results and a solid franchise
H1 2015 Earnings through 30th June 2015 vs. 30th June 2014
H1 Gross Sales 64.097397b vs. 90.400855b -29.1%
H1 Net Sales 55.739321b vs. 82.752219b -32.6%
H1 Cost of Sales [52.603913b] vs. [79.436274b] -33.8%
H1 Gross Profit 3.135408b vs. 3.315945b -5.4%
H1 Operating Expenses [2.386581b] vs. [2.330987b] +2.4%
H1 Profit Before Taxation 891.723m vs. 1,039.173m -14.2%
H1 Profit After Taxation 525.451m vs. 631.134m -16.7%
H1 EPS 0.83 vs. 1.00 -17.0%
Sales volumes decreased by 4% from 851 KMT in 2014 to 815 KMT in 2015 resulting from lower bulk sales to other oil marketing companies in the first half of the year.
The Company retained an inland market leadership position at 20%
Gross Profit was lower by 5% due to increase in variable costs resulting from inflation and the stock effect due to the volatility in international Oil Prices
No Interim Dividend
macroeconomic environment remains challenging
In Part the sharp sales slowdown of 29.1% is due to the lower price structure and clearly they backed off the bulk wholesale business.
Its a cheap stock and good value, in my view,
Full Year Earnings through December 2014 versus through December 2013
FY Total Assets 32.541800b versus 39.984165b
FY Inventories 11.159064b versus 14.953214b
FY Gross Sales 170.725560b versus 154.626092b
FY Net Sales 155.101692b versus 141.718042b
FY Cost of Sales [148.351545b] versus [135.371011b]
FY Gross Profit 6.750147b versus 6.347031b
FY Operating Expenses [4.548854b] versus [4.323842b]
FY Finance Costs [272.336m] versus [278.695m]
FY Net Foreign Exchange Loss [149.186m] versus [123.751m]
Full Year Profit before Tax 2.276005b versus 2.084517b
Full Year Profit After Tax 1.424088b versus 1.312277b
Full Year EPS 2.26 versus 2.08
Final Dividend 70cents a share
Stepped into the breach as KenolKobil cut volumes.
First Half Earnings through June 30th 2014 versus through June 30th 2013
First Gross Sales 90.400855b versus 65.789573b +37.409%
First Half Cost of Sales [79.436274b] versus [56.942364b] +39.502%
First Half gross Profit 3.315945b versus 2.863423b
First Half operating expenses [2.330987b] versus [2.103856b]
First Half Profit before Tax 1.039173b versus 0.757056b +37.265%
First Half Profit After Tax 631.134m versus 461.303m +36.8154%
First Half Earnings Per Share 1.00 versus 0.73 +36.986%
Sales volumes increased by 37% from 621 KMT in 2013 to 851 KMT in 2014.
Increased sales to other OMCs Network Lubricants and consumer recorded increased sales.
Gross Margin 4.00% in 2014 versus 4.8% in 2013.
No Interim Dividend
Board has guarded confidence that the results for the second half of the year shall be positive
Earnings continue to show good Traction. They have stepped up as KenolKobil stepped down.
Its an attractive share on a 10.817 Trailing PE.
FY Earnings through December 2013 versus through December 2012
FY Gross Sales 154.626092b versus 119.788989b +29.082%
FY Net Sales 141.718042b versus 107.450534b
FY Cost of Sales [135.371011b] versus [101.577075b]
FY Gross Profit 6.347031b versus 5.873459b
FY Operating Expenses [4.323842b] versus [4.652729b]
FY Finance Costs [278.695m] versus [1.554715b]
FY Profit before Tax 2.084517b versus [64.301m]
FY Profit after Tax 1.312277b versus [202.142m]
FY Earnings Per Share 2.08 versus [0.32]
Final Dividend 60cents a share +200%
significant reduction in financing expenses arising from 5.2b shillings injected by Total in June 2012
Sales Volumes +37% to 1,491 KMT 2013
Lower Gross margin of 4.5% in 2013 versus 5.5% in 2012 attributable to OTS sales which have a lower margin
Strong results which were telegraphed in the 1st Half Earnings Release.
The Dividend has been hiked 200% and is worth 4.936%.
FY Gross Sales 119.788989b versus 105.590360b +15%
FY Net Sales 107.450534b versus 92.535049b
Cost of Sales 101.577075b versus 87.860697b
Gross Profit 5.873459b versus 4.674352b
Other Income 302.153m versus 680.041m
FY Operating Expenses 4.652729b versus 3.962404b
Finance Costs 1.554715b versus 1.592320b
Foreign Exchange Loss 80.978m versus +257.637m
FY PBT -64.301m versus 57.85m
FY PAT -202.142m versus -71.436
FY EPS -0.32 versus -0.24
Company characterises The Performance as commendable in spite of unfavourable Macroeconomic challenges that prevailed in the 1st Half.
Sales Volumes increased by 15%.
Inland Market Leadership Position in 2012
Gross Profit Margin increased by 8.2%
Gearing Ratio 26% in 2012 versus 145% in 2011 via Issuance of Additional Preference Shares
The Settlement around the Triton related Claim in London veiled an underlying Improvement.
1st Half 2011 versus 1st Half 2010
PBT 145.39m versus 481.044m
PAT 79.71m versus 302.284m
Sales Volumes decreased 13.7% to 425 KMT from 493 KMT
Market share 22.6% versus 27.6%
A Marked slowdown in H1 and I think they have been squeezed by KenolKobil.
Swot Analysis Full Year 2009 versus Full Year Dec 2008
Goodwill 6.39651b versus 0.336604b
Total Assets 31.528196b versus 14.526784b +117.03%
Net Cash Outflow Total Marketing Kenya Limited 12.872281b
Turnover 41.311598b versus 54.807521b -24.624%
Operating Profit 1.308911b versus 1.392678b -6.399%
Finance Costs Net 526.386m versus 364.841m +44.278% Higher Operational Leverage
Net Profit 482.585m versus 703.894m -31.44%
EPS 1.62 versus 4.02 -59.7%
1 shilling versus 2.50 Dividend Final