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Caltex Australia : Unaudited Financial Results for 3Q 2020

10/18/2020 | 06:10pm EST

ASX Release

19 October 2020

UNAUDITED FINANCIAL RESULTS FOR 3Q 2020

Ampol Limited (ASX:ALD) today provides unaudited financial results for 3Q 2020.

Unaudited Financial Results

3Q 2020 ($M)

2Q 2020 ($M)

3Q 2019 ($M)

Fuels & Infrastructure (excluding Lytton) EBIT*

63

100

89

Lytton EBIT

(82)

(41)

32

Fuels & Infrastructure (F&I) EBIT

(19)

59

121

Convenience Retail (CR) EBIT

87

23

41

Corporate

(10)

(3)

(8)

Group RCOP EBIT (excluding significant items)

58

79

154

RCOP NPAT (excluding significant items)

24

40

94

Inventory Gain/(Loss) post tax

106

(326)

(54)

HCOP NPAT

129

(597)

40

* 3Q 2020 includes $1m FX gain; 2Q 2020 includes $15m FX gain

The F&I ex-Lytton result, while resilient against a backdrop of lower hydrocarbon demand, continued to be impacted from government restrictions in Australia and internationally arising from the COVID-19 pandemic. The 3Q 2020 result was less than 2Q 2020, given weaker volume and market conditions caused by persisting lower demand in the quarter, compressing trading margins.

Australian diesel volumes fell 10% during the quarter vs. pcp; while Australian gasoline volumes fell 14% vs. pcp; given ongoing demand impacts including the implementation of stage 4 travel restrictions in Victoria. Jet volumes declined 64% during the quarter vs. pcp due to the impact of international and domestic travel restrictions.

The strong Convenience Retail result was reflective of favourable industry retail fuel margins, strong shop performance and solid management of controllable costs, which more than offset the impact of COVID-19 restrictions in Victoria and residual volume weakness. CR volumes were down 13% during the quarter vs. pcp on a reduced network size, an increase of 15% on 2Q 2020. Continued progress in CR strategy execution and increased customer attraction to the offer through COVID delivered an 11% increase in like for like shop sales vs pcp for 3Q 2020.

Matt Halliday, Managing Director and CEO said: "The resilient performance of our integrated business in the third quarter, particularly in Convenience Retail, was pleasing considering weak economic conditions and the continued impacts of COVID-19 on hydrocarbon demand. Our focus remains on optimising value across our integrated supply chain against prevailing market conditions to maximise value for shareholders".

Authorised for release by: the Chairman of Ampol Limited.

AMPOL LIMITED

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DALE KOENDERS

RICHARD BAKER

HEAD OF INVESTOR RELATIONS

HEAD OF CORPORATE AFFAIRS

LEVEL 24

M +61 2 9250 5369

M +61 417 375 667

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T +61 2 9250 5626

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SYDNEY NSW 2000

DALE.KOENDERS@AMPOL.COM.AU

RICHARD.BAKER@AMPOL.COM.AU

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Sales 2020 17 855 M 13 177 M 13 177 M
Net income 2020 -430 M -318 M -318 M
Net Debt 2020 1 121 M 827 M 827 M
P/E ratio 2020 -16,7x
Yield 2020 1,45%
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