Thermal coal producer PT Harum Energy Tbk (HRUM), controlled by Indonesian businessman Kiki Barki through his son Lawrence Barki, posted a slight increase in net income of 7.23% last year as it obtained contributions of net income from two associated companies.
At the operational line, Harum Energy didn't show any shinny performance. Income from operations slightly decreased 6.56%, while revenue retreated 2.39%.
In the financial statement submitted to Indonesia Stock Exchange last week, Harum posted Rp822.94 billion net income last year from Rp767.47 billion in 2009.
Of the earning, the company recorded Rp131.91 billion net income from two associated companies namely coal miner PT Santan Batubara and PT Lotus Coalindo Marine.
Income from operations fell 6.56% to Rp1.14 trillion from Rp1.22 trillion, sending its operating margin lowered to 25.39% from 26.52%. Harum Energy's gross profit was also in a slight decline to Rp1.58 trillion from Rp1.66 trillion. Revenue recorded Rp4.49 trillion, a slight decrease of 2.39% from Rp4.60 trillion.
Harum Energy booked Rp131.91 billion net income contributions from Santan Batubara, with 50% shareholding, and Lotus Coalindo. PT Petrosea Tbk (PTRO), wholly owned subsidiary of PT Indika Energy Tbk (INDY) owns 50% shareholding in Santan Batubara.
Santan batubara contributed Rp125.41 billion net income to both Harum Energy and Petrosea, while Lotus Coalindo contributed Rp6.49 billion net income to Harum Energy.
PT Karunia Bara Perkasa controls 79.72% shareholding in Harum Energy and PT Bara Sejahtera Abadi owns 0.09% shareholding in Harum Energy. Kiki Barki and his son Lawrence Barki are controlling shareholders in Karunia Perkasa and Bara Abadi.
Disclosure: No position at the stock mentioned above.
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