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Shell Pakistan Reveals PAT Rs 5.8 billion, Eyes Growth Amidst Strategic Changes

Pakistan Limited (SPL) revealed its financial results for the fiscal year ending December 31st, 2023, showcasing a remarkable turnaround with a profit after tax of Rs 5.8 billion.

This marks a notable shift from the previous year’s loss of Rs 72 million. The positive financial trajectory comes amidst strategic changes, including the pending sale of Shell Petroleum Company Limited’s majority interest in SPL to Wafi Energy LLC.

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The completion of this transaction awaits regulatory approvals and other formalities. SPL expressed appreciation for the government’s recent initiatives to bolster industry margins and combat black market activities, contributing to currency stabilization.

The company’s Mobility business continues to prioritize customer satisfaction, expanding its network with 27 new sites and enhancing existing facilities. Shell Lubricants also maintains market share amidst industry challenges. Shell Tameer, the company’s entrepreneurship development arm, remains active in upskilling and nurturing young entrepreneurs. Over 700 individuals, including 560 startups, benefited from learning sessions and initiatives.

The 10th Tameer Awards celebrated entrepreneurial achievements, highlighting innovation and talent.

With a focus on operational excellence, safety, and societal responsibility, SPL reaffirms its commitment to fortifying its financial standing and contributing positively to society.

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Mazhar Ali Raza
Mazhar Ali Raza
Mazhar Ali Raza is a senior journalist from Karachi. He has served more than twenty years in journalism. He was recently associated with the dunya media group as a senior business reporter from the last eleven years . Prior to that he has worked for CNBC for the period of four years. His major beats were the energy auto banking and agriculture sector . He has covered many seminars and exhibitions in Pakistan and abroad as well .

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