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KLSE: YINSON (7293)       YINSON HOLDINGS BHD MAIN : Energy
Last Price Today's Change   Day's Range   Trading Volume
2.17   -0.09 (3.98%)  2.14 - 2.26  1,284,700
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Financials


Market Cap: 6,624 Million

Market Cap 6,624 Million
NOSH 3,053 Million

Latest Audited Result:  31-Jan-2022

Latest Audited Result: 31-Jan-2022
Announcement Date 31-May-2022
Next Audited Result: 31-Jan-2023
Est. Ann. Date: 31-May-2023
Est. Ann. Due Date: 30-Jul-2023

Latest Quarter:  31-Jul-2022 [#2]

Latest Quarter: 31-Jul-2022 [#2]
Announcement Date 22-Sep-2022
Next Quarter: 31-Oct-2022
Est. Ann. Date: 17-Dec-2022
Est. Ann. Due Date: 30-Dec-2022
QoQ | YoY   19.17%  |    13.49%

Annual (Unaudited) ( EPS: 13.14, P/E: 16.52 )

Revenue | NP to SH 3,607,000  |  401,000
RPS | P/RPS 118.17 Cent  |  1.84
EPS | P/E | EY 13.14 Cent  |  16.52  |  6.05%
DPS | DY | Payout % 2.09 Cent  |  0.96%  |  15.94%
NAPS | P/NAPS 0.76  |  2.84
YoY   27.30%
NP Margin | ROE 14.53%  |  17.19%
F.Y. | Ann. Date 31-Jan-2022  |  29-Mar-2022

T4Q Result ( EPS: 13.96, P/E: 15.55 )

Revenue | NP to SH 4,186,000  |  426,000
RPS | P/RPS 137.13 Cent  |  1.58
EPS | P/E | EY 13.96 Cent  |  15.55  |  6.43%
DPS | DY | Payout % 1.45 Cent  |  0.67%  |  10.39%
NAPS | P/NAPS 2.79  |  0.78
QoQ | YoY   4.16%  |    5.00%
NP Margin | ROE 12.47%  |  5.00%
F.Y. | Ann. Date 31-Jul-2022  |  22-Sep-2022

Annualized Result ( EPS: 17.23, P/E: 12.59 )

Revenue | NP to SH 5,250,000  |  526,000
RPS | P/RPS 171.99 Cent  |  1.26
EPS | P/E | EY 17.23 Cent  |  12.59  |  7.94%
DPS | DY | Payout % -
NAPS | P/NAPS -
QoQ | YoY   9.58%  |    10.50%
NP Margin | ROE 11.50%  |  6.18%
F.Y. | Ann. Date 31-Jul-2022  |  22-Sep-2022


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Date Financial Result Financial Ratio Per Share Item Performance Valuation (End of Quarter) Valuation (Ann. Date)
F.Y. Ann. Date Quarter # Revenue PBT NP NP to SH Div Net Worth Div Payout % NP Margin ROE NOSH RPS Adj. RPS EPS Adj. EPS DPS Adj. DPS NAPS Adj. NAPS QoQ YoY EOQ Date EOQ Price EOQ P/RPS EOQ P/EPS EOQ P/NAPS EOQ EY EOQ DY ANN Date ANN Price ANN P/RPS ANN P/EPS ANN P/NAPS ANN EY ANN DY
31-Jan-2023 22-Sep-2022 31-Jul-2022 2 1,620,000 247,000 163,000 143,000 22,959 8,518,085 16.06% 10.06% 1.68% 2,295,980 70.56 53.07 6.20 4.68 1.00 0.75 3.7100 2.79   19.17%   13.49% 29-Jul-2022 2.10 2.98 33.72 0.57 2.97% 0.48% 22-Sep-2022 2.30 3.26 36.93 0.62 2.71% 0.43%
31-Jan-2023 23-Jun-2022 30-Apr-2022 1 1,005,000 190,000 139,000 120,000 - 5,647,719 - % 13.83% 2.12% 2,131,215 47.16 32.92 5.60 3.93 0.00 0.00 2.6500 1.85   84.62%   7.14% 29-Apr-2022 2.45 5.20 43.51 0.92 2.30% 0.00% 2.11 4.47 37.47 0.80 2.67% 0.00%
31-Jan-2022 29-Mar-2022 31-Jan-2022 4 741,000 155,000 94,000 65,000 21,304 2,332,792 32.78% 12.69% 2.79% 1,065,202 69.56 24.28 6.10 2.13 2.00 0.70 2.1900 0.76   -33.67%   -2.99% 31-Jan-2022 5.50 7.91 90.13 2.51 1.11% 0.36% 29-Mar-2022 4.49 6.45 73.58 2.05 1.36% 0.45%
31-Jan-2022 17-Dec-2021 31-Oct-2021 3 820,000 166,000 126,000 98,000 - 2,215,489 - % 15.37% 4.42% 1,065,139 76.99 26.86 9.20 3.21 0.00 0.00 2.0800 0.73   -22.22%   -2.71% 29-Oct-2021 5.85 7.60 63.58 2.81 1.57% 0.00% 17-Dec-2021 5.60 7.27 60.87 2.69 1.64% 0.00%
31-Jan-2022 23-Sep-2021 31-Jul-2021 2 1,054,000 208,000 159,000 126,000 42,610 2,162,485 33.82% 15.09% 5.83% 1,065,264 98.94 34.53 11.80 4.13 4.00 1.40 2.0300 0.71   12.50%   25.55% 30-Jul-2021 4.78 4.83 40.41 2.35 2.47% 0.84% 23-Sep-2021 4.90 4.95 41.43 2.41 2.41% 0.82%
31-Jan-2022 25-Jun-2021 30-Apr-2021 1 992,000 187,000 145,000 112,000 - 2,024,292 - % 14.62% 5.53% 1,065,417 93.11 32.50 10.50 3.67 0.00 0.00 1.9000 0.66   67.16%   139.75% 30-Apr-2021 5.22 5.61 49.66 2.75 2.01% 0.00% 5.00 5.37 47.56 2.63 2.10% 0.00%
31-Jan-2021 25-Mar-2021 31-Jan-2021 4 1,247,000 158,000 102,000 67,000 21,320 1,780,219 31.82% 8.18% 3.76% 1,066,000 116.98 40.85 6.30 2.19 2.00 0.70 1.6700 0.58   -33.48%   3.16% 29-Jan-2021 5.20 4.45 82.73 3.11 1.21% 0.38% 5.40 4.62 85.92 3.23 1.16% 0.37%
31-Jan-2021 21-Dec-2020 31-Oct-2020 3 2,262,315 183,199 136,873 100,729 - 1,856,950 - % 6.05% 5.42% 1,092,324 207.11 74.11 9.22 3.30 0.00 0.00 1.7000 0.61   0.37%   86.65% 30-Oct-2020 4.58 2.21 49.67 2.69 2.01% 0.00% 21-Dec-2020 5.42 2.62 58.78 3.19 1.70% 0.00%
31-Jan-2021 28-Sep-2020 31-Jul-2020 2 995,579 173,055 127,862 100,356 43,729 1,836,638 43.57% 12.84% 5.46% 1,093,237 91.07 32.62 9.18 3.29 4.00 1.43 1.6800 0.60   114.82%   143.93% 30-Jul-2020 6.27 6.89 68.30 3.73 1.46% 0.64% 28-Sep-2020 5.64 6.19 61.44 3.36 1.63% 0.71%
31-Jan-2021 24-Jun-2020 30-Apr-2020 1 343,747 66,091 45,953 46,716 - 1,652,402 - % 13.37% 2.83% 1,094,306 31.41 11.26 4.27 1.53 0.00 0.00 1.5100 0.54   -28.07%   -6.29% 30-Apr-2020 5.18 16.49 121.34 3.43 0.82% 0.00% 24-Jun-2020 5.95 18.94 139.38 3.94 0.72% 0.00%
31-Jan-2020 25-Mar-2020 31-Jan-2020 4 1,855,939 96,212 76,875 64,946 22,083 1,645,192 34.00% 4.14% 3.95% 1,104,156 168.09 60.80 5.88 2.13 2.00 0.72 1.4900 0.54   20.34%   7.00% 31-Jan-2020 6.20 3.69 105.41 4.16 0.95% 0.32% 25-Mar-2020 5.09 3.03 86.54 3.42 1.16% 0.39%
31-Jan-2020 18-Dec-2019 31-Oct-2019 3 240,966 83,682 67,793 53,967 - 1,734,870 - % 28.13% 3.11% 1,098,019 21.95 7.89 4.91 1.77 0.00 0.00 1.5800 0.57   31.17%   24.36% 31-Oct-2019 6.91 31.49 140.59 4.37 0.71% 0.00% 18-Dec-2019 6.44 29.35 131.03 4.08 0.76% 0.00%
31-Jan-2020 25-Sep-2019 31-Jul-2019 2 213,439 71,547 54,943 41,142 43,907 1,745,320 106.72% 25.74% 2.36% 1,097,686 19.44 6.99 3.75 1.35 4.00 1.44 1.5900 0.57   -17.48%   -44.15% 31-Jul-2019 6.95 35.74 185.43 4.37 0.54% 0.58% 25-Sep-2019 6.70 34.46 178.76 4.21 0.56% 0.60%
31-Jan-2020 26-Jun-2019 30-Apr-2019 1 208,996 79,677 61,686 49,854 - 1,798,310 - % 29.52% 2.77% 1,096,531 19.06 6.85 4.55 1.63 0.00 0.00 1.6400 0.59   -17.87%   -17.50% 30-Apr-2019 4.84 25.39 106.46 2.95 0.94% 0.00% 26-Jun-2019 6.19 32.48 136.15 3.77 0.73% 0.00%
31-Jan-2019 27-Mar-2019 31-Jan-2019 4 287,601 95,664 71,636 60,700 21,896 1,751,680 36.07% 24.91% 3.47% 1,094,800 26.27 9.42 5.54 1.99 2.00 0.72 1.6000 0.57   39.87%   6.23% 31-Jan-2019 4.10 15.61 73.95 2.56 1.35% 0.49% 27-Mar-2019 4.59 17.47 82.79 2.87 1.21% 0.44%
31-Jan-2019 20-Dec-2018 31-Oct-2018 3 265,576 71,281 51,816 43,397 - 1,802,483 - % 19.51% 2.41% 1,092,414 24.31 8.70 3.97 1.42 0.00 0.00 1.6500 0.59   -41.09%   -52.39% 31-Oct-2018 4.45 18.30 112.02 2.70 0.89% 0.00% 20-Dec-2018 4.19 17.24 105.47 2.54 0.95% 0.00%
31-Jan-2019 24-Sep-2018 31-Jul-2018 2 246,544 101,374 80,303 73,668 43,640 1,887,431 59.24% 32.57% 3.90% 1,091,001 22.60 8.08 6.75 2.41 4.00 1.43 1.7300 0.62   21.90%   -11.88% 31-Jul-2018 4.61 20.40 68.27 2.66 1.46% 0.87% 24-Sep-2018 4.55 20.13 67.38 2.63 1.48% 0.88%
31-Jan-2019 27-Jun-2018 30-Apr-2018 1 235,178 75,542 60,624 60,431 - 2,025,147 - % 25.78% 2.98% 1,088,789 21.60 7.70 5.55 1.98 0.00 0.00 1.8600 0.66   5.76%   0.24% 30-Apr-2018 3.96 18.33 71.35 2.13 1.40% 0.00% 27-Jun-2018 4.65 21.53 83.78 2.50 1.19% 0.00%
31-Jan-2018 29-Mar-2018 31-Jan-2018 4 257,394 73,799 56,998 57,140 64,581 1,970,282 113.02% 22.14% 2.90% 1,076,363 23.91 8.43 5.31 1.87 6.00 2.12 1.8305 0.65   -37.32%   11.60% 30-Jan-2018 4.22 17.65 79.49 2.31 1.26% 1.42% 29-Mar-2018 3.76 15.72 70.83 2.05 1.41% 1.60%
31-Jan-2018 13-Dec-2017 31-Oct-2017 3 263,120 106,736 91,222 91,156 - 2,004,996 - % 34.67% 4.55% 1,087,780 24.19 8.62 8.38 2.99 0.00 0.00 1.8432 0.66   9.04%   44.44% 31-Oct-2017 3.96 16.37 47.26 2.15 2.12% 0.00% 13-Dec-2017 3.76 15.54 44.87 2.04 2.23% 0.00%
31-Jan-2018 27-Sep-2017 31-Jul-2017 2 217,229 104,979 83,567 83,597 43,540 1,972,149 52.08% 38.47% 4.24% 1,088,502 19.96 7.12 7.68 2.74 4.00 1.43 1.8118 0.65   38.67%   38.49% 31-Jul-2017 3.55 17.79 46.22 1.96 2.16% 1.13% 27-Sep-2017 3.48 17.44 45.31 1.92 2.21% 1.15%
31-Jan-2018 19-Jun-2017 30-Apr-2017 1 172,413 76,256 60,286 60,286 - 1,959,403 - % 34.97% 3.08% 1,088,194 15.84 5.65 5.54 1.97 0.00 0.00 1.8006 0.64   17.74%   169.42% 28-Apr-2017 3.35 21.14 60.47 1.86 1.65% 0.00% 19-Jun-2017 3.40 21.46 61.37 1.89 1.63% 0.00%
31-Jan-2017 30-Mar-2017 31-Jan-2017 4 185,468 30,283 51,201 51,201 21,741 1,958,356 42.46% 27.61% 2.61% 1,087,070 17.06 6.08 4.71 1.68 2.00 0.71 1.8015 0.64   -18.87%   2.20% 31-Jan-2017 3.11 18.23 66.03 1.73 1.51% 0.64% 30-Mar-2017 3.21 18.81 68.15 1.78 1.47% 0.62%
31-Jan-2017 20-Dec-2016 31-Oct-2016 3 127,944 77,435 63,109 63,109 - 1,883,643 - % 49.33% 3.35% 1,089,567 11.74 4.19 5.79 2.07 0.00 0.00 1.7288 0.62   4.55%   -26.40% 31-Oct-2016 3.13 26.65 54.04 1.81 1.85% 0.00% 20-Dec-2016 2.88 24.53 49.72 1.67 2.01% 0.00%
31-Jan-2017 28-Sep-2016 31-Jul-2016 2 114,445 73,661 60,454 60,362 - 1,803,668 - % 52.82% 3.35% 1,089,566 10.50 3.75 5.54 1.98 0.00 0.00 1.6554 0.59   169.76%   -22.99% 29-Jul-2016 3.07 29.23 55.42 1.85 1.80% 0.00% 28-Sep-2016 3.25 30.94 58.66 1.96 1.70% 0.00%
31-Jan-2017 30-Jun-2016 30-Apr-2016 1 115,398 31,800 21,991 22,376 - 1,688,678 - % 19.06% 1.33% 1,091,512 10.57 3.78 2.05 0.73 0.00 0.00 1.5471 0.55   -55.34%   114.23% 29-Apr-2016 2.76 26.11 134.63 1.78 0.74% 0.00% 30-Jun-2016 2.73 25.82 133.17 1.76 0.75% 0.00%
31-Jan-2016 30-Mar-2016 31-Jan-2016 4 116,188 98,130 47,211 50,098 21,363 1,773,208 42.64% 40.63% 2.83% 1,068,198 10.88 3.81 4.69 1.64 2.00 0.70 1.6600 0.58   -41.57%   -49.85% 29-Jan-2016 2.73 25.10 58.21 1.64 1.72% 0.73% 30-Mar-2016 2.75 25.28 58.64 1.66 1.71% 0.73%
31-Jan-2016 28-Dec-2015 31-Oct-2015 3 110,720 94,164 79,970 85,742 - 2,289,514 - % 72.23% 3.74% 1,067,770 10.37 3.63 8.03 2.81 0.00 0.00 2.1442 0.75   9.40%   -1.21% 30-Oct-2015 2.94 28.35 36.61 1.37 2.73% 0.00% 28-Dec-2015 2.90 27.97 36.11 1.35 2.77% 0.00%
31-Jan-2016 29-Sep-2015 31-Jul-2015 2 98,405 84,230 77,902 78,378 - 1,732,538 - % 79.16% 4.52% 1,067,820 9.22 3.22 7.34 2.57 0.00 0.00 1.6225 0.57   650.39%   155.44% 31-Jul-2015 3.06 33.20 41.69 1.89 2.40% 0.00% 29-Sep-2015 2.90 31.47 39.51 1.79 2.53% 0.00%
31-Jan-2016 30-Jun-2015 30-Apr-2015 1 256,598 19,937 10,738 10,445 - 1,454,026 - % 4.18% 0.72% 1,034,158 24.81 8.41 1.01 0.34 0.00 0.00 1.4060 0.48   -89.55%   -65.52% 30-Apr-2015 2.91 11.73 288.12 2.07 0.35% 0.00% 30-Jun-2015 3.05 12.29 301.98 2.17 0.33% 0.00%
31-Jan-2015 27-Mar-2015 31-Jan-2015 4 253,621 109,171 101,223 99,905 14,261 1,334,844 14.27% 39.91% 7.48% 950,743 26.68 8.31 10.51 3.27 1.50 0.47 1.4040 0.44   15.11%   1.33% 30-Jan-2015 2.84 10.65 27.03 2.02 3.70% 0.53% 27-Mar-2015 2.82 10.57 26.84 2.01 3.73% 0.53%
31-Jan-2015 22-Dec-2014 31-Oct-2014 3 255,219 93,050 87,861 86,792 - 1,184,477 - % 34.43% 7.33% 950,624 26.85 8.36 9.13 2.84 0.00 0.00 1.2460 0.39   182.86%   459.73% 31-Oct-2014 2.91 10.84 31.87 2.34 3.14% 0.00% 22-Dec-2014 2.81 10.47 30.78 2.26 3.25% 0.00%
31-Jan-2015 26-Sep-2014 31-Jul-2014 2 280,514 39,290 31,314 30,684 - 1,055,415 - % 11.16% 2.91% 949,969 29.53 9.19 3.23 1.01 0.00 0.00 1.1110 0.35   1.28%   199.33% 31-Jul-2014 2.95 9.99 91.33 2.66 1.09% 0.00% 26-Sep-2014 3.38 11.45 104.64 3.04 0.96% 0.00%
31-Jan-2015 27-Jun-2014 30-Apr-2014 1 294,070 37,869 31,014 30,296 - 564,853 - % 10.55% 5.36% 258,277 113.86 9.63 11.73 0.99 0.00 0.00 2.1870 0.19   -69.27%   96.66% 30-Apr-2014 8.53 7.49 72.72 3.90 1.38% 0.00% 27-Jun-2014 2.86 2.51 24.38 1.31 4.10% 0.00%
31-Jan-2014 27-Mar-2014 31-Jan-2014 4 249,435 104,047 99,695 98,589 - 426,742 - % 39.97% 23.10% 213,371 116.90 8.17 14.33 3.23 0.00 0.00 2.0000 0.14   535.81%   1,939.91% 30-Jan-2014 7.40 6.33 16.02 3.70 6.24% 0.00% 27-Mar-2014 8.90 7.61 19.26 4.45 5.19% 0.00%
31-Jan-2014 30-Dec-2013 31-Oct-2013 3 236,780 16,851 16,229 15,506 - 355,550 - % 6.85% 4.36% 213,287 111.01 7.76 7.27 0.51 0.00 0.00 1.6670 0.12   51.26%   82.25% 31-Oct-2013 4.84 4.36 66.57 2.90 1.50% 0.00% 30-Dec-2013 6.58 5.93 90.51 3.95 1.10% 0.00%
31-Jan-2014 26-Sep-2013 31-Jul-2013 2 227,350 13,204 11,164 10,251 - 350,366 - % 4.91% 2.93% 213,118 106.68 7.45 4.81 0.34 0.00 0.00 1.6440 0.11   -33.46%   4.10% 31-Jul-2013 4.90 4.59 101.87 2.98 0.98% 0.00% 26-Sep-2013 4.86 4.56 101.04 2.96 0.99% 0.00%
31-Jan-2014 28-Jun-2013 30-Apr-2013 1 228,296 17,970 16,026 15,405 - 293,316 - % 7.02% 5.25% 200,325 113.96 7.48 7.69 0.50 0.00 0.00 1.4642 0.10   218.75%   44.03% 30-Apr-2013 2.79 2.45 36.28 1.91 2.76% 0.00% 28-Jun-2013 4.72 4.14 61.38 3.22 1.63% 0.00%
31-Jan-2013 28-Mar-2013 31-Jan-2013 4 172,747 5,999 5,255 4,833 - 279,327 - % 3.04% 1.73% 196,294 88.00 5.66 2.46 0.16 0.00 0.00 1.4230 0.09   -43.19%   -17.78% 31-Jan-2013 2.20 2.50 89.35 1.55 1.12% 0.00% 28-Mar-2013 2.54 2.89 103.16 1.78 0.97% 0.00%
31-Jan-2013 27-Dec-2012 31-Oct-2012 3 192,554 11,481 9,326 8,508 - 262,689 - % 4.84% 3.24% 196,036 98.22 6.31 4.34 0.28 0.00 0.00 1.3400 0.09   -13.60%   5.48% 31-Oct-2012 1.80 1.83 41.47 1.34 2.41% 0.00% 27-Dec-2012 2.11 2.15 48.62 1.57 2.06% 0.00%

PBT = Profit before Tax, NP = Net Profit, NP to SH = Net Profit Attributable to Shareholder, Div = Dividend, NP Margin = Net Profit Margin, ROE = Return on Equity, NOSH = Number of Shares, RPS = Revenue per Share, EPS = Earning Per Share, DPS = Dividend Per Share, NAPS = Net Asset Per Share, EOQ = End of Quarter, ANN = Announcement, P/RPS = Price/Revenue per Share, P/EPS = Price/Earning per Share, P/NAPS = Price/Net Asset per Share, EY = Earning Yield, DY = Dividend Yield.


NOSH is estimated based on the NP to SH and EPS. Div is an estimated figure based on the DPS and NOSH. Net Worth is an estimated figure based on the NAPS and NOSH.

Div Payout %, NP Margin, ROE, DY, QoQ Δ & YoY Δ figures in Percentage; RPS, EPS & DPS's figures in Cent; and NAPS's figures in Dollar.

All figures in '000 unless specified.


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sonyx123 lousy counter, just sell only
08/07/2022 1:41 PM
sonyx123 think they no money to buy back already, slowing down it's a shame
08/07/2022 3:04 PM
LongTermInvestor8 They plan to do dual listing, maybe in Norway since Fred Olsen Production is in Oslo, Norway. Thus the share buyback, maybe 10% required. The money raised will be used to build 2 more FPSOs if they win 2 more bids out of the 7 bids they are aiming now.

- Yinson said they have no plan to raise funds via perpetuals in the near future as of 2022.
- Global FPSO market was valued at $11.91 billion in 2021 and is expected to reach $21.83 billion by 2028; it is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 8.0% from 2021 to 2028.
- Yinson charter contracts, capital expenditure, borrowings and operating costs are more than 80% denominated in USD with a small portion denominated in Malaysian Ringgit and other foreign currencies.
- 60% of its MYR9.3bn total borrowings have been hedged with interest rate swaps, to mitigate the exposure to any interest rate fluctuations.
- The global RE market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 10.6% between 2021 and 2025 to reach a market size of USD500.4 billion in 2025.
- Frost & Sullivan forecasts 32 new operating units will be under contract, apart from regular extensions, in the period 2021 to 2025.
- Global number of FPSO installations expected to grow at a CAGR of 4.4% from 2021 to 2025. Brazil is expected to account for 53.1% of the projected FPSO orders between 2021 and 2025 due to the large number of deepwater and ultra-deepwater projects in the country.
08/07/2022 7:31 PM
KooSan Will get worst.

sonyx123

lousy counter, just sell only
14/07/2022 5:14 PM
LongTermInvestor8 - 98.7% of the group total borrowings as at Q1 FYE2023 comprises of committed debts with fixed repayment schedules (either in the form of long-term loans and sukuks/bonds).
- The group has very limited outstanding short term revolving credits.
- 60% of its MYR9.3bn total borrowings have been hedged with interest rate swaps, to mitigate the exposure to any interest rate fluctuations.
14/07/2022 10:31 PM
sonyx123 gone case. super lousy
15/07/2022 4:07 PM
mf 2022-07-21

Insider

EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND BOARD (a substantial shareholder) acquired 808,800 shares on 18-Jul-2022.

2022-07-21

Insider

MR LIM HAN WENG (a company director) acquired 1,200,000 shares at 0.354 on 20-Jul-2022.

2022-07-21

Insider

MADAM BAH KIM LIAN (a company director) acquired 1,200,000 shares at 0.354 on 20-Jul-2022.
22/07/2022 10:22 AM
InsiderShark Yinson wins BP option for FPSO deployment in Angola

https://www.energyvoice.com/oilandgas/africa/ep-africa/431623/yinson-angola-bp-fpso/

BP has signed an exclusive option with Yinson for an FSPO to work on the proposed PAJ project, in Angola’s Block 31. BP Exploration Angola, the operator of the block, has reserved the FPSO Nganhurra. It will work on the proposed 10-well project, which covers the Palas, Astrea and Juno fields.

Yinson will reserve the FPSO for BP until the end of 2022, with an option to extend until June 23, 2023.

During this period, the companies will negotiate a contract to convert, operate, maintain and lease the FPSO.

The lease and operate contract, which should run for 10 years, is expected to begin at the end of 2024. This is subject to BP reaching a final investment decision (FID) on PAJ. BP is due to combine its Angolan operations with Eni in the second half of this year.

Yinson CEO Flemming Grønnegaard said the deal confirmed the company’s position as “preferred contractor in executing FPSO redeployment projects, which have significant capex and schedule advantages, for established oil & gas players such as bp”.

The official noted Yinson had recently carried out two redeployment projects, on the FPSO Abigail-Joseph and FPSO Helang. It is also working on a redeployment plan for FPSO Atlanta.

“We are confident that our track record, technical knowledge and experience in this industry will support and fulfil BP’s business needs,” Grønnegaard said.

Yinson has an exclusive option to buy the FPSO Nganhurra until June 30, 2023. The vessel has production capacity of 100,000 barrels per day. Samsung built the FPSO in 2006.

The FPSO was deployed on Australia’s Enfield field until autumn 2018. It is now laid up outside Labuan, in Malaysia.

Woodside Energy, in 2018, said the 270 metre-long double-hulled FPSO would be laid up. The Australian company said its “condition makes it too good for the scrap yard”.

Heerema Marine Contractors, on July 25, said it had won decommissioning work for the Nganhurra riser turret mooring (RTM), which is still on the Enfield field.
28/07/2022 7:01 PM
Fabien _the efficient capital allocator Yinson enters exclusivity agreement with bp to reserve FPSO Nganhurra for PAJ project in Angola

inson, through its subsidiary Yinson Acacia Ltd, through its subsidiary Yinson Acacia Ltd, has entered into an exclusivity agreement with bp Exploration (Angola) Limited (“bp”), as the operator of the Block 31 Contractor Group (the “Agreement”) for the reservation of FPSO Nganhurra, a floating, production storage and offloading (“FPSO”) vessel for use in bp’s proposed 10 well subsea Palas, Astrea and Juno Oil Fields (“PAJ Project”) based in Block 31, Angola.

Under the Agreement, Yinson will exclusively allocate FPSO Nganhurra to bp for the PAJ Project until 31 December 2022 with an option for bp to extend until 30 June 2023 whilst the parties negotiate a contract to convert, operate, maintain and lease the FPSO for the PAJ project (the “Lease and Operate Contract”). The Lease and Operate Contract, which is anticipated to include a 10-year fixed term, is expected to be executed by the end of 2024 subsequent to bp reaching final investment decision.

Yinson holds an exclusive purchase option for FPSO Nganhurra until 30 June 2023 with its owners, Woodside Energy and Mitsui E&P Australia Pty Ltd, with an option for Yinson to extend such exclusive purchase option until 31 December 2023.

Yinson Production Chief Executive Officer Flemming Grønnegaard commented, “This Agreement emphasises Yinson’s position as the preferred contractor in executing FPSO redeployment projects, which have significant capex and schedule advantages, for established oil & gas players such as bp. We have recently completed two successful redeployment projects, which are FPSO Abigail-Joseph and FPSO Helang, and the Group is currently engaged in a redeployment delivery for FPSO Atlanta. We are confident that our track record, technical knowledge and experience in this industry will support and fulfil bp’s business needs.”

FPSO Nganhurra has a production capacity of 100,000 barrels of oil per day and was built by Samsung in 2006. The FPSO, which operated at the Enfield field in Australia until autumn 2018, is currently laid up outside Labuan, Malaysia.
28/07/2022 8:21 PM
sonyx123 Disappointing... seriously
04/08/2022 1:43 PM
sonyx123 throw? so much selling queue
04/08/2022 4:32 PM
UncleFollower I'm shocked by the $$$ I'm making from Yinson warrants hoohoo
16/08/2022 9:24 AM
sonyx123 really lousy stock
20/08/2022 10:23 AM
calvintaneng Posted by calvintaneng > Aug 19, 2022 4:38 PM | Report Abuse

X

Now every co will do this

1. Increase dividend like tsh
2. Reduce dividend like Dlady
3. Ask for money like Yinson
4. Go bankrupt like london biscuit
https://klse1.i3investor.com/blogs/www.eaglevisioninvest.com/2022-08-20-story-h1628036691-REPOSTED_IDEAS_FROM_TSH_RESOURCES_9059_FORUM_Avoid_Spam_Scam_posts_By_C.jsp?_gl=1*1wcypor*_ga*MTczNTMzMTE0MS4xNjU4NDc0MzQ5*_ga_MNBHX2J50S*MTY2MDk3OTMyOS41Ny4xLjE2NjA5ODgxNTYuMC4wLjA.
20/08/2022 5:49 PM
bullmarket1628 Walaoeh, What happened ?
Super damn hot man Hibiscs today !
Now Hibiscs already traded at=>
0.945 (+0.045) (+5.0 %)!

Heng ah, Ong ah, Huat ah !
23/08/2022 10:51 AM
stockraider Better sell b4 too late....high risk & high gearing loh!
23/08/2022 11:29 AM
bullmarket1628 Wow, Fantastics !

Now Hibiscs already traded at=>
0.965 (+0.065)(+7.2%) !



Heng ah, Ong ah, Huat ah !
23/08/2022 11:57 AM
UncleFollower Yinson my biggest winner this year. Sold all mother shares swapped all to warrants, realised close to 100% gains all things considered. Thank you Yinson good luck
29/08/2022 1:51 PM
sonyx123 Management like no more bullets to buy back. No more confidence?
30/08/2022 1:51 PM
rl68 https://brazilenergyinsight.com/2022/08/30/floating-production-market-is-booming/
01/09/2022 3:48 PM
flytothemoon epf keep buying should be ok already?
02/09/2022 9:06 AM
BatteriesNotIncluded why bother what EPF is doing? EPF is managed by many fund managers of various fund houses, we dont know what is EPF's position, EPF do make mistakes too.
02/09/2022 6:36 PM
bang_miskin Nice, did not expect it to go up all of a sudden.
07/09/2022 11:41 AM
BatteriesNotIncluded bang_miskin

Nobody expected the Spanish inquisition... surprise!
07/09/2022 11:44 AM
nikicheong Insiders are buying, big new contract win imminent

https://www.upstreamonline.com/exclusive/leader-emerges-for-eni-s-angolan-fpso-contract/2-1-1291456

Leader emerges for Eni’s Angolan FPSO contract

Malaysian floater specialist Yinson Holdings has emerged as the front runner for the engineering, procurement and construction contract that will deliver a floating production, storage and offloading vessel for Eni’s 1 billion barrel deep-water Agogo project, offshore Angola.

Multiple industry sources told Upstream that Yinson has edged out rival bids from fellow Malaysian player Bumi Armada and Italy’s Saipem with commercial offer and technical proposals for the Agogo FPSO.

Some sources said that Eni will sign a letter of intent with Yinson imminently, with a commercial contract likely to be be finalised later this year.

The Italian operator plans to use the unit to produce up to 120,000 barrels per day of crude for the second development phase of the Agogo field.

Yinson’s technical proposal centres on a conversion of a very large crude carrier.

In late 2019, the Malaysian FPSO player bought two VLCCs - the Ridgebury Eagle, owned by RidgeBury Tankers, and the Apollonia, owned by Neda Maritime Agency.

Apollonia, now named Hawk is being converted by Cosco into the Maria Quiteria FPSO, destined for the Petrobras-owned Parque das Baleias oil project offshore Brazil.
07/09/2022 11:45 AM
flytothemoon BatteriesNotIncluded, see share price told story
07/09/2022 12:43 PM
bullmarket1628 Walaoeh, oil price continue it’s uptrend !
Brent closed at=> $88.56 +0.56 +0.64 %

Like that today Yinson will be limit up already liao lah !

Heng ah, Ong ah, Huat ah !
09/09/2022 6:29 AM
rl68 Yinson Holdings Berhad is a winner of Malaysia’s Best Managed Companies for 2022, sponsored by Deloitte Private. Yinson was one of 11 Malaysian companies to receive the prestigious award, which recognises organisational success and achievement.

Winners are selected by an independent jury that evaluates organisations based on their demonstration of business acumen in decision making that enables sustainable growth for their stakeholders and communities.

The awards were presented at a grand ceremony at the Sunway Resort Hotel. A highlight of the awards ceremony was panel sessions featuring the winners and ecosystem leaders, where meaningful insights were shared on the topics of strategy, innovation, governance, financials, culture and commitment.

Yinson Group Chief Strategy Officer Daniel Bong, who was part of the strategy panel and received the award on the Group’s behalf, expressed Yinson’s deep honour to be recognised alongside other distinguished companies globally.

“The award, which is benchmarked against global standards for evaluating business strategies and operations, is a testament of our efforts to develop organisational excellence and contribute to the economies and communities where we operate. Our aim is to ensure that we continue to create sustainable value for our stakeholders for years to come,” said Daniel.

The Best Managed Companies programme by Deloitte Private was established in 1993 in Canada and is now active in 48 countries globally.

For more information on the awards programme, please visit Malaysia Best Managed Companies website at www2.deloitte.com
09/09/2022 7:43 PM
rl68 https://brazilenergyinsight.com/2022/09/08/rystad-oil-gas-exploration-on-the-decline-with-global-awarded-acreage-near-all-time-lows/
10/09/2022 9:33 AM
rl68 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CwczoMHuo-A
11/09/2022 9:19 PM
bullmarket1628 Walaoeh, What happened ?
Super damn hot man Velesto today !
Now Velesto already traded at=>
0.105 (+0.02) (+23.5 %) !

Heng ah, Ong ah, Huat ah !
12/09/2022 12:22 PM
flytothemoon from non stop dropping to non stop going up, buy before everybody realize?
15/09/2022 9:39 AM
sonyx123 drop again like crap
15/09/2022 11:23 AM
cruger12345 https://www.upstreamonline.com/exclusive/front-runner-emerges-to-supply-fpso-for-totalenergies-offshore-angola/2-1-1297568
15/09/2022 5:49 PM
InsiderShark TotalEnergies has chosen its preferred contractor to provide a floating production, storage and offloading vessel for the Cameia-Golfinho project offshore Angola, which will be the first development in the Kwanza basin.

The French supermajor’s decision came just weeks after Eni and BP — which subsequently joined forces in Angola to form the Azule Energy joint venture — chose Yinson to supply FPSOs for the Agogo and Palas-Astrea-Juno (PAJ) projects, marking a much-needed resurgence in upstream activity in the country after years of falling investments.

Between them, the Cameia-Golfinho, Agogo and PAJ developments could boost Angolan production by more than 300,000 barrels per day — welcome news for a nation that in July became Sub-Saharan Africa’s biggest oil producer, surpassing Nigeria and averaging 1.177 million bpd.

Contracting sources in Asia and Europe told Upstream that Malaysian offshore contractor Bumi Armada is leading the race to land the deal for provision of an FPSO with production capacity of 100,000 bpd.

Bumi completed the front-end engineering and design work for the floater late last year and its commercial proposal is very competitive, sources said.

Some project watchers suggested TotalEnergies signed a letter of intent with the Kuala Lumpur-based FPSO player early this week, but this could not be confirmed.

“The LoI was scheduled for signing Monday, though it is not (certain) the signing ceremony took place,” one source said.

Another contact familiar with the tender process said: “I know they [Bumi] are leading and going ahead.”

Kuala Lumpur sources claimed Bumi has a conditional letter of award for the Cameia FPSO.

Upstream understands there are expected to be several months of pre-engineering work on the FPSO before a formal award is made by February 2023.

The contract up for grabs is said to cover engineering, procurement and construction, with TotalEnergies owning the vessel after delivery.
15/09/2022 8:07 PM
InsiderShark Saipem, working with MISC, was said to be other remaining bidder in the race, with the Malaysian rumour-mill suggesting MISC had high hopes for this job — especially with Saipem on board.

Also jostling for the prestigious job were Technip Energies of France working with Malaysia’s Yinson.

Upstream understands the Technip Energies-Yinson group may have withdrawn from the bid process due to commitments elsewhere, not least on the two other Angolan schemes.

The news that Bumi is in a pole position for Cameia has been circulating in the FPSO market since last week.

However, officials at Asian yards have been scratching their heads to figure out which yard the Kuala Lumpur-based player has selected for the hull and topsides work.

Officials of leading Chinese yards said they have not been approached by Bumi for the possible subcontract.

Bumi is keeping its cards close to its chest about the yard selection, although several sources suggested it is looking at yards in Southeast Asia, specifically Singapore, where Bumi has had at least three FPSOs converted in the past.

Well-placed sources close to Bumi told Upstream the company has proposed a converted FPSO.

“It could be converted from an oil tanker or even floating storage unit,” one source familiar with Bumi’s proposal said.

TotalEnergies tendered the Cameia FPSO last year after having drilled a successful appraisal well on the Golfinho discovery that confirmed significant reservoirs located beneath the salt layer.

Originally, a final investment decision had been due to be taken this year, targeting first production in 2024 or 2025.

However, some projects watchers suggested project sanction could slip to 2023 which would imply first oil moving out to as late as 2026.

Cameia and Golfinho are located in blocks 20/11 and 21/09 in a water depth of about 1700 metres.

Discovered in 2012 by US company Cobalt International, they are two of seven deep-water discoveries made in the two blocks and hold reserves of about 420 million barrels of oil equivalent. This Kwanza basin acreage was then taken over by state oil company Sonangol, which subsequently brought in TotalEnergies as operator.

The development involves about five subsea wells tied back to the FPSO, with Cameia at the heart of the project and Golfinho set to be a satellite.

Cameia-Golfinho will be the first deep-water project in the much-hyped pre-salt Kwanza basin where hundreds of millions of dollars were spent on wildcats from 2012 with little to show for it.

Oil companies had hoped the basin’s hydrocarbon riches would match the billions of barrels of oil found in Brazil’s conjugate margin on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean.

However, apart from the minor Azul discovery made by Maersk Oil in 2011, only Cobalt made notable discoveries, including Cameia in 2012 and Golfinho in 2016.

Six years ago, Cobalt was evaluating bids for a 75,000 bpd FPSO for Cameia, but that project collapsed when hit by low oil prices and Cobalt’s financial distress.

Under that plan, an initial development was expected to exploit between 250 million and 350 million barrels of oil.
15/09/2022 8:08 PM
Fabien _the efficient capital allocator https://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/yinson-marks-foray-indonesian-energy-market-strategic-stake-acquisition
19/09/2022 3:35 PM
sonyx123 Company nibbling only
20/09/2022 9:00 AM
sonyx123 Lousy counter. seriously
20/09/2022 4:42 PM
Michael Kwok Sell call yinson 2.24
Tp rm 1.75 below
20/9/2022 8.41 pm
Bank upgrade i downgrade.
20/09/2022 8:41 PM
rl68 Yinson Holdings Berhad won Best Sustainability Sukuk of the Year at the Global Islamic Finance Awards (GIFA) 2022.

The award recognises Yinson’s issuance of Malaysia’s first Sustainability-Linked Sukuk Wakalah which raised RM1 billion in December 2021. Due to overwhelming demand with an orderbook of RM1.66 billion, the offer size was upsized from an initial target of RM700 million to RM1.0 billion.

The sukuk programme was nominated by the GIFA committee after extensive research and benchmarking against other global sukuk programmes. Winners were chosen based on a methodology developed by GIFA which focuses on social responsibility, Shari’a authenticity, and commitment to Islamic banking and finance principles.

Yinson’s Group Head of Treasury Ong Ken Yong said, “Yinson continues to place sustainability and ESG at the heart of our business, including our project financing strategies, as we believe this will create greater value over the long run for all our stakeholders. We are honoured to receive this award and encouraged by strong support that we have been receiving from the financial community, which assures us that we are on the right path towards achieving our goal of providing affordable and reliable energy to all.”

GIFA is one of the most prestigious awards within the Islamic banking and finance sector. It celebrates the achievements and contributions of institutions and individuals to the development and expansion of the Islamic banking and finance industry.

For more information on Global Islamic Finance Awards, please visit https://gifaawards.com/introduction.php
20/09/2022 10:16 PM
skyjet Post removed. Why?
21/09/2022 12:25 PM
sonyx123 No more faith in the company.
21/09/2022 2:57 PM
rl68 s a top tier FPSO provider with a leadership position in sustainability, Yinson was honoured to participate in the FPSO World Congress 2022, themed ‘Capitalising on increased oil prices and the sustainability agenda to boost FPSO projects’.

The congress, which took place from 12 to 15 September 2022 at the Sands Expo & Convention Centre in Singapore, is the focal point for industry players to gather and explore best practises in strengthening the future of FPSOs along the industry’s transformative roadmap to sustainability and renewable energy. The congress was attended by 25 Yinsonites from our global offices.

Package Manager Suresh Venkatesh and Senior Marine Engineer Kristian Holm, who are spearheading emissions lowering technologies in Yinson Production, shared on the topic ‘Navigating the transition to sustainable FPSOs’. The session discussed designing a systematic approach to reduce FPSO greenhouse gas emissions and reviewed what sustainable FPSOs meant for the industry.

Yinson was also represented by Lifecycle Efficiency & Data Analytics Manager Dr Aya Kusumawardhani and Senior Integrity Engineer Sella Manian, who spoke at the FPSO Engineering & Commissioning event. The event happened alongside the FPSO World Congress and provided a platform for senior-level engineers to share engineering best practises in building the next generation of low-carbon and low-manned vessels. Dr Aya shared on ‘Life extension of FPSO with data analytics, while Sella shared a case study on ‘Adopting a structural integrity programme for FPSO hull and tanks’.

Yinson was also privileged to be the exclusive sponsor for the congress’ networking cocktail reception, held at the closing of the first day of the event. The popular session provided an opportunity for delegates to network and relax over light refreshments, building stronger industry relationships.
21/09/2022 8:50 PM
Fabien _the efficient capital allocator Yinson recognised at Asiamoney 2022 Asia’s Outstanding Companies Poll

Posted Date: 21 Sep, 2022

Yinson has been recognised as the ‘Most Outstanding Company’ in Malaysia under the Energy Sector at the Asiamoney Asia’s Outstanding Companies Poll 2022. The Asia’s Outstanding Companies Poll acknowledges Yinson’s commitment towards pursuing strong financial performance, management team excellence, proactive investor relations engagements and structured Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives.

Yinson Group Chief Executive Officer Lim Chern Yuan commented, “We are honoured to be recognised in this award, as it reflects the confidence that the investor community has in us. We have invested greatly into building open communication platforms, communicating our strategies and engaging with our stakeholders, and these rankings assure us that we are providing both consistent and quality engagement to our investors.”

Asiamoney is a business and management publication established in 1989 and a division of the United Kingdom’s Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC. The 2022 poll was supported by fund managers, buy-side analysts and rating agencies. Voters are asked to consider a company’s overall performance including its financial reporting, management team, investor relations and CSR initiatives. A total of 4,620 votes were received for publicly listed companies across 12 markets in Asia. The results recognize 176 companies as being the most outstanding for their sectors and in their market.

Yinson sincerely thanks all the individuals and institutions that voted for us in this esteemed poll. Yinson will continue to improve global operations, and most importantly, strive toward building a better future for all.
22/09/2022 4:13 PM
rl68 Yinson Holdings Bhd’s net profit in the second quarter ended July 31, 2022 (2QFY23) rose 13.49% to RM143 million from RM126 million a year ago, supported by higher contributions from the group’s offshore production and offshore marine segment. Revenue for the quarter jumped 53.7% to RM1.62 billion from RM1.05 billion a year earlier mainly due to higher contribution from the group’s floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) operations mainly driven by the strengthening oil prices and higher contribution from engineering, procurement, construction, installation and commission (EPCIC) business activities. It declared an interim dividend of one sen per share, with an ex date of Nov 29 and payable on Dec 16.
23/09/2022 6:29 AM
Brutus Excellent QR. FY23H1 already achieved 68% of FY22 earnings! Was hoping they declared dividend higher than 1c though.
23/09/2022 8:24 AM
InsiderShark Well, they spend it on Shares buyback. It could have been 2 cents.
23/09/2022 10:15 AM
sonyx123 Looks like it's dying.
26/09/2022 9:30 AM
sonyx123 Breaking all the support. Goner
26/09/2022 9:53 AM