22 May 2017

ELNUSA Maintains Performance and Distributes Rp31 Billion Dividend

PT Elnusa Tbk (ELNUSA), one of the national leading energy services companies, at the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders (AGMS) published its performance in the fiscal year ended in December 2016 with a fairly good achievement compared to other similar competitors. Recorded until the end of 2016, the Company posted its revenues of Rp3.6 trillion, with net profit of Rp311 billion.

“Amid the lethargy of oil and gas activities due to unstable world oil prices, the Company succeeded in suppressing decline of revenue and maintaining its profit. This effort is realized on the Company management’s perseverance in anticipating the fluctuating condition of the oil and gas industry through the development of business portfolio performance outside the upstream oil and gas services and consistently tightening the cost structure to optimize profit, “said Budi Rahardjo, Finance Director of Elnusa.

For this performance, Elnusa’s shareholders agreed to distribute 10% dividends of net profit, approximately Rp31 billion. Of this amount, each share will receive a dividend of Rp4.26 which will be paid no later than June 22, 2017.

In addition, the AGMS also approved the change of the new management for the position of Operations Director, Human Resources & General Affairs Director and one member of the Board of Commissioners, so the effective management since the closing of the AGMS is as follows:

Board of Directors
President Director: Tolingul Anwar
Operations Director: Elizar P. Hasibuan (New)
Business Development Director and Independent Director: Budhi Nugraha Pangaribuan
Finance Director: Budi Rahardjo
Human Resources and General Affairs Director: RM. Happy Paringhadi J.S. (New)

Board of Commissioners
President Commissioner: Syamsu Alam
Commissioner: Budhi Himawan
Commissioner: Yudo Irianto (new)
Independent Commissioner: Rinaldi Firmansyah
Independent Commissioner: Pradana Ramadhian G.

The Company provides high appreciation for the contributions of Board of Directors and Commissioners who have completed their term of service and hopes the new Board of Directors and Commissioners can continue to oversee the Company’s performance for the better.***

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