Mar 24, 2011

Borneo Energi FY10 net income soars

Coking coal producer PT Borneo Lumbung Energi Tbk (BORN) booked a skyrocket net income by 499.72% from net loss position in 2009.
The achievement was amid to significant growth on operating income by 1,272.26% due to the surging coking coal price and bigger production volume in 2010.
Borneo Energi successfully booked IDR348.85 billion net profit from IDR99.78 billion net loss in 2009.
Coking coal is one of materials for steel process.
In line with the advancing net profit, Borneo operating income skyrocket 2,012.04% to IDR1.01 trillion from IDR49.32 billion. Their operating margin rose 36.73% from 24.59%.
Gross profit surged 1,526.25% to IDR1.50 trillion from IDR92.34 billion. Operating income increased 1,272.26% to IDR2.75 trillion from IDR200.52 billion. The revenue is in line with the target set some time ago.
This realization is beyond CIMB Securities estimation in which Borneo was predicted to book IDR2.56 trillion revenue in 2010. However, it is smaller that IDR2.96 trillion as predicted by Morgan Stanley Securities.
For 2010, Borneo is estimated to record 1.65 million tons sales volume with average selling price at US$185 per ton.
Based on latest research by Mandiri Sekuritas, Borneo Energi is projecting coking coal average selling price at US$240-US$275 per ton in Q I/2011.
Borneo seals 3 years exclusive marketing agreements with Glencore for 2 million tons per year with 4.5% fee. In 2011, Borneo plans to enlarge production to 3.8 million tons where 2 million tons has contracted with a buyer from China.
About 99% of Borneo Lumbung Energy shares owned by PT Republik Energi Metal where 99% of its shares is under controlled of PT Republik Komoditi management.

Disclosure: No position at the stock mentioned above.
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