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25-Mar-2020 05-Aug-2020 28-Aug-2020 DIVIDEND Final Dividend RM 0.0200 Dividend Detail
25-Sep-2019 27-Nov-2019 20-Dec-2019 DIVIDEND Interim Dividend RM 0.04 Dividend Detail
29-Apr-2019 07-Aug-2019 28-Aug-2019 DIVIDEND Final Dividend RM 0.02 Dividend Detail
24-Sep-2018 27-Nov-2018 21-Dec-2018 DIVIDEND Interim Dividend RM 0.04 Dividend Detail
03-May-2018 31-Jul-2018 27-Aug-2018 DIVIDEND Final Dividend RM 0.02 Dividend Detail
29-Mar-2018 21-May-2018 08-Jun-2018 DIVIDEND Special Dividend RM 0.04 Dividend Detail
27-Sep-2017 28-Nov-2017 22-Dec-2017 DIVIDEND Interim Dividend RM 0.04 Dividend Detail
30-May-2017 18-Jul-2017 18-Aug-2017 DIVIDEND Final Dividend RM 0.02 Dividend Detail
24-Oct-2016 03-Nov-2016 21-Nov-2016 DIVIDEND Special Dividend RM 0.146 Dividend Detail
20-May-2016 02-Aug-2016 29-Aug-2016 DIVIDEND Final Dividend RM 0.0200 Dividend Detail
17-Jun-2015 14-Aug-2015 15-Sep-2015 DIVIDEND Final Dividend RM 0.0150 Dividend Detail
07-Jul-2014 13-Aug-2014 12-Sep-2014 DIVIDEND Final Dividend RM 0.0125 Dividend Detail
16-Jun-2014 26-Jun-2014 30-Jun-2014 STOCK_SPLIT Others 2 : 1 Dividend Detail
30-Apr-2014 14-May-2014 16-May-2014 RIGHTS_ISSUE Rights Issue 1 : 1 Dividend Detail
05-Jul-2013 06-Aug-2013 10-Sep-2013 DIVIDEND First and Final Dividend RM 0.025 Dividend Detail
06-Jul-2012 15-Aug-2012 14-Sep-2012 DIVIDEND First and Final Dividend RM 0.025 Dividend Detail
19-Jan-2012 03-Feb-2012 09-Feb-2012 RIGHTS_ISSUE Rights Issue 3 : 2 Dividend Detail
01-Jul-2011 16-Aug-2011 15-Sep-2011 DIVIDEND First and Final Dividend RM 0.025 Dividend Detail
02-Jul-2010 16-Aug-2010 17-Sep-2010 DIVIDEND First and Final Dividend RM 0.025 Dividend Detail
01-Jul-2009 18-Aug-2009 18-Sep-2009 DIVIDEND First and Final Dividend 2.5% Dividend Detail
01-Jul-2008 18-Aug-2008 18-Sep-2008 DIVIDEND First and Final Dividend 2.5% Dividend Detail
18-Sep-2007 01-Oct-2007 03-Oct-2007 BONUS_ISSUE Bonus Issue 1 : 2 Dividend Detail
03-Jul-2007 16-Aug-2007 18-Sep-2007 DIVIDEND First and Final Dividend 2% Dividend Detail
04-Jul-2006 16-Aug-2006 15-Sep-2006 DIVIDEND First and Final Dividend 2% Dividend Detail
04-Jul-2005 28-Jul-2005 30-Aug-2005 DIVIDEND First and Final Dividend 2% Dividend Detail
02-Jul-2004 29-Jul-2004 01-Sep-2004 DIVIDEND First and Final Dividend 1.5% Dividend Detail
10-Oct-2003 23-Oct-2003 28-Oct-2003 RIGHTS_ISSUE Rights Issue 3 : 5 Dividend Detail
08-Oct-2003 23-Oct-2003 28-Oct-2003 BONUS_ISSUE Bonus Issue 3 : 5 Dividend Detail
03-Jul-2003 31-Jul-2003 02-Sep-2003 DIVIDEND First and Final Dividend 1.5% Dividend Detail
08-Jul-2002 31-Jul-2002 30-Aug-2002 DIVIDEND First and Final Dividend 1.5% Dividend Detail
29-May-2001 27-Jun-2001 27-Jul-2001 DIVIDEND First and Final Dividend 1.5% Dividend Detail
21-Jun-2000 22-Jun-2000 27-Jul-2000 DIVIDEND First and Final Dividend 1.5% Dividend Detail
05-Jun-2000 22-Jun-2000 07-Aug-2000 DIVIDEND First and Final Dividend 1.5% Dividend Detail
02-Jun-2000 22-Jun-2000 07-Aug-2000 DIVIDEND First and Final Dividend 1.5% Dividend Detail
05-Jul-1999 03-Aug-1999 07-Sep-1999 DIVIDEND First and Final Dividend 1% Dividend Detail
05-Jul-1999 03-Aug-1999 07-Sep-1999 DIVIDEND First and Final Dividend 1% Dividend Detail
05-Jul-1999 03-Aug-1999 07-Sep-1999 DIVIDEND First and Final Dividend 1% Dividend Detail
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GENM2020 UP!! UP!! UP !! TP 9.5
20/02/2020 5:08 PM
Upupshare Looks good !
21/02/2020 8:15 AM

21/02/2020 9:00 AM
CUTLOST Good news.. Rm8 coming
21/02/2020 9:27 AM
Philip ( Dr. Fauci my Hero) When you have buybacks, contract wins, successful handover and a perpetual bond guarantee, that is a recipe for success.
21/02/2020 9:46 AM
Gabriel Khoo Yes. And market sentiment is bad and yinson still free from any negative news at this moment
23/02/2020 2:44 PM
GENM2020 https://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/yinson-could-win-second-fpso-project-ghana-after-loi-award
25/02/2020 2:33 PM
GENM2020 Yinson could win second FPSO project in Ghana after LOI award
RHB Research Institute
The Edge Financial Daily

February 25, 2020 10:23 am +08
This article first appeared in The Edge Financial Daily, on February 25, 2020.

Yinson Holdings Bhd
(Feb 24, RM7.04)
Maintain buy with a target price (TP) of RM8.22: Yinson Holdings Bhd has been awarded the letter of intent (LOI) for the Pecan floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) project, conditional to approvals including the Ghanaian authorities’.

We estimate this project to add RM1.55 per share before a share dilution to our TP. If Yinson secures this job and the Parque das Baleias project in Brazil — forthcoming in a few months — the company is likely required to raise equity funding of RM500 million to RM1 billion, potentially leading to a higher share base of 7% to 14%.

We are positive about the LOI award as it marks a potential second FPSO project win for Yinson in Ghana. According to global oil, gas and energy news resource Upstream, the FPSO’s capacity is 110,000 barrels of oil per day (bpd), 110 million cubic feet of gas per day and 200,000bpd of produced water with a storage capacity up to 1.6 million barrels.

Based on our back-of-envelope calculations, assuming a US$900 million (RM3.8 billion) capital expenditure (capex) and an internal rate of return (IRR) of 15%, the implied daily charter rate could be around US$606,000 per day, quite similar to the FPSO JAK. With that, the total contract could be worth US$2.9 billion. We understand Yinson had yet to finalise the financing structure but is likely to hold a 100% equity stake in this project.

Our forecasts are maintained pending the LOI’s conditions to be met. Take note the Pecan project could add RM1.55 per share before a share dilution to our TP assuming a US$900 million capex, a 15% IRR and a debt-to-equity ratio of 80:20. This brings our TP to RM9.77, fetching the upside to 37%.

Our TP would then be adjusted to RM8.65 to RM9.17 (reducing upside to 22% to 29%), assuming a 7% to 14% higher share base to raise RM500 million to RM1 billion in cash. Risks include contract terminations and unable to secure new jobs. — RHB Research Institute, Feb 24
25/02/2020 2:34 PM
Philip ( Dr. Fauci my Hero) Already won. Not could win. Now just to provide the hard details and sign the loa.
01/03/2020 4:05 PM
Philip ( Dr. Fauci my Hero) https://klse.i3investor.com/m/blog/phillipinvesting/2020-03-02-story-h1484657262-3rd_Quarterly_Report_for_The_Borneo_Bikers_Gang.jsp
02/03/2020 9:33 PM
kenie 投资石油天然气公司要小心
09/03/2020 9:32 AM
philip buto eh philip apa macam your beloved counter?
09/03/2020 10:37 AM
prince4 Covid-19 make economy slown down fundamental company metamorphism ,expect local and foreign funds money would not flow in big cap and mid cap stock because everybody scare buy high losses money . In this few month expect Funds manager money would flow out in bigcap and midcap stocks and will short selling midcap stocks for make money so now no prospects cannot buy and hold .
market stock RM5.00 drop to RM 2.00 ,followed RM2.00 drop RM1.00,followed RM1.00 drop to 50 cent,followed 50 cent drop to 20cent ,followed 20 cent drop to 10cent ,followed 10cent drop to bottom.
This is a opportunity markets money no longer will flows in cheaper stocks sharks will goreng lows price stock at bottom..
09/03/2020 10:41 AM
mf Dow futures point to opening drop of nearly 1,300 points, Treasury yields plunge amid oil price war
09/03/2020 4:47 PM
mf Dow Jones 23,851.02 -2,013.76 7.79%
Nasdaq 7,950.68 -624.942 7.29%
10/03/2020 5:31 AM
freddiehero wah lau... super discount ka?
10/03/2020 5:57 AM
gemfinder Stil expensive
10/03/2020 7:29 AM
Philip ( Dr. Fauci my Hero) Still up 50% from 2019 when top up a big quarterly chunk.

How about your beloved counter?


Posted by whereyoupunter > Mar 9, 2020 10:37 AM | Report Abuse

eh philip apa macam your beloved counter?
10/03/2020 7:36 AM
stockraider Remember Yinson is not a wonderful company loh...most of their client production cost above USD 40...u think they don play tricks on yinson in order to survive loh ??

Some more Alot of Yinson project are at preliminary pre production stage with no income (meaning yinson spend on huge capex but customer just relax loh!} thus it is no brainer to just cut or defer on these contracts mah....!!

As yinson is overvalue...u know what is going to happen on its share price going forward loh...!!

Run b4 EPF stop buying mah....!!
10/03/2020 8:35 AM
philip buto talk about your pchem lah philip, tokok singsong number 1 Hahaha
10/03/2020 6:08 PM
stockraider Just remember Armada also know how to structure contract previously b4 crude oil price collapse, but in the end the customer always look at any area & loopholes that they can escape from the contract obligation, when they knew they will lose monies if they honor the contract mah...!!

The same thing will apply to this Yinson this time mah....be prepare for potential impairment losses due to contract termination coming soon loh..!!

The key is, can yinson survive, after signing & borrowing billions to build fpso, when their customer refuse to honor leh ??

Very dangerous situation for yinson mah....!!
10/03/2020 7:26 PM
mf https://www.bharian.com.my/bisnes/pasaran/2020/03/663997/arab-saudi-cadang-tambah-lagi-keluaran-minyak-123-juta-tong-sehari
10/03/2020 7:37 PM
Xoxo Gossip Girl gossip gossip gossip
10/03/2020 9:01 PM
calvintaneng Stupid yinson might not get paid just like Sendai

Better sell as oil has crashed

Later followed by bankruptcies of oil companies
12/03/2020 10:02 AM
calvintaneng Yinson goes play on world highsea

With oil below production cost many countries won't be able to make payment to Yinson

Like lcl going bankrupt in middle East and Sendie holding IOU(receivables ) Yinson will suffer the same fate of payment default

After Zelan Rm300 million gone up in a puff of smoke in Meena Plaza next might be Yinson

At such lofty price time to sell all Yinson and leave early

Going to break Rm6.00 support soon
12/03/2020 10:07 AM
calvintaneng In a world of collapse, insilvency, bankruptcy and default our paymaster is of utmost importance

If oil entities default from paying Yinson then game over just like so many ship wrecked on world high seas like Lcl, Ezra, Swibor and others

Go sell Yinson and buy T7 global

At least the payments are proven safe like Petronas Carigali , Vestigo , Repsol and others
12/03/2020 11:01 AM
OrlandoOil Even if thr r contracts signed but when oil prices so low oil majors r making losses at gross level that is to say wil incur a loss for every sales made

Not sustainable oil majors wil hv no cash to pay Yinson

Yinson wil go Armada's way

Death by thousands impairment

Pathetic fallacy
12/03/2020 12:29 PM
Xoxo Gossip Girl gossip gossip gossip, oil is cheap right now.
13/03/2020 11:11 AM
Xoxo Gossip Girl cheap until go happy valley
18/03/2020 1:01 PM

19/03/2020 11:44 AM
FairTalk The price keeps on falling. Not good sign.
Probably due to the falling price of oil.
19/03/2020 12:16 PM
Xoxo Gossip Girl gossip gossip gossip, oil is cheap right now. cheap cheap, and yinson daily6 new low price!
19/03/2020 1:03 PM
20/03/2020 1:30 PM
Xoxo Gossip Girl EH GAYBOY KE? HAHA
23/03/2020 12:08 PM
Xoxo Gossip Girl Xoxo Gossip
23/03/2020 12:08 PM
Philip ( Dr. Fauci my Hero) Sorry to disappoint you Calvin. But a few simple details that differentiate yinson from NETX.

1. Netx had no NFCP contract. YINSON already has the contract, a 25 years orderbook. Prepayment to them to convert vessel into a fpso, a history of winning contracts every year using their European subsidiary which is a master builder and ships built cheap in Costco.

2. YINSON has the faith of epf and government support in buying their perpetual securities worth billions, where they only have to service the debt payments every year of 7+%, and repayment of principal after 999 years. NETX can't even qualify for a bank loan, much less institutional shareholders.

3. Yinson is an international company. Netx is a joke.

4. Yinson just did 1.855 billion in revenue in a quarter, after the recognition of FPSO helang lease, which is their maiden project into Malaysia. Funny how a Malaysian company decided to conquer internationally then come back to Malaysia to pick up projects here.

5. YINSON is so successful Japanese investors paid them 500 million to buy a share of their FPSO, knowing that their profit is based on daily charter instead of oil barrel price.

6. Did I mention yinson locked in 1.8 billion of revenue in a quarter? While netx entire quarter only registered 33k of revenue in 3 months.
25/03/2020 8:32 PM
hoiz6011 Thanks, bro. that's a good inside.
25/03/2020 8:38 PM
Philip ( Dr. Fauci my Hero) I have increased my maximum margin at these prices as I believe the stimulus package of 3T from fed reserve and 40 billion from malaysia reserve will be enough to stabilize the economy, and the virus will be combated soon. With the reality that this is not a world killing virus, and that the short isolation will be good for the human race in the long run, confidence will be back with a vengeance and the discount prices will be gone soon enough.


27/03/2020 2:20 PM
calvintaneng SELL YINSON



Calvin sees Yinson falls below Rm4.00!!

27/03/2020 4:43 PM
thesteward Although I don’t hv Yinson anymore I am perturbed by why you kept promoting T7 n kept insinuating that Yinson could go bankrupt . If Yinson go bankrupt many other companies could have hit bankruptcy even earlier .
Yes Yinson could go below 4 anything is possible but if it really bankrupts many others would hv lined up in front . Most important pray this Covid thing w be over soon .
Yinson has v v v good track record n contracts are secured not just speculations . The only risk is as you rightly say non payment from counterparty ? Well if recession happens anything is possible . If strong co like Yinson can’t ride thru this period then I can’t imagine many other smaller ones .
27/03/2020 9:18 PM
tlchiat Pecan Project by Aker Energy has been cancelled. Not viable becuase the breakeven price is 49USD.
28/03/2020 6:15 AM
thesteward Thanks Tkchia for sharing .
Yinson will still get paid as it is contract base ?
30/03/2020 10:21 AM
thesteward Compensation I mean
30/03/2020 10:22 AM
terence775 No, they won't get any compensation as they have only given the LOI, and not LOA. No formal contract has been made.
30/03/2020 10:45 AM
dlau8899 Dow future up now.Yinson rebound....
30/03/2020 1:17 PM
Surewind Thanks for sharing.
According to Yinson’s website FPSO Abigail-Joseph sets sail for Nigeria.
Not sure if Anker will cover the cost.
30/03/2020 4:39 PM
Geco From my remiser, taken from UOB report.

The crude tanker itself carries an option which will only be exercised once the final contract award is secured. We understand that the provisional LOI allows Yinson to execute pre-engineering works. With this, Yinson is covered by certain clauses, allowing it to claim from the client adequately if the FID is delayed for too long.
30/03/2020 7:43 PM
James Ng https://klse.i3investor.com/blogs/general/2020-03-30-story-h1485726915.jsp
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30/03/2020 9:38 PM
i3lurker Big Oil companies wun go bust.
They prepared for this day 20 years ago.

Big Oil contracts normally signed using limited liability subsidiary companies,
just chop it off and bankrupt those subsidiary companies.

Question is.... did Yinson get a corporate guarantee from the respective Big Oil principals?
maybe not.
or was contract just signed with local companies ?
30/03/2020 10:43 PM
johnbrooks Steven Chan of Kenanga seems to be confident that the contracts are "ironclad" in nature given that it's debt are all guaranteed by the clients.

But was that not the same for Armada? It's FPSO contract was abruptly canceled by Woodside Energy back in 2016 ( brent crude fell to around $27-28 per barrel). Now is worst with price heading to $20.

FPSO Abigail Joseph for example is for Nigeria. Last week, even though brent was trading at above $25 per barrel, Nigeria was selling their sweet crude oil for a discount of as high as $8 (around $13 per barrel). Basically they are selling it at their production cost (around $13 to $15) since no one really want sweet crude now. FYI, the production cost does not include other major cost like admin and finance costs. Would be higher if you were to include that as well.

So if Brent is at $20, will they be willing to sell their crude at below extraction cost? or will they just stop producing first? I guess we need to see if this low oil will stay for long or not.....
30/03/2020 11:24 PM

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