Marketing Margins – An Elixir For OMCs, Says Motilal Oswal
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Marketing Margins – An Elixir For OMCs, Says Motilal Oswal

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Motilal Oswal Report

The Covid-19 outbreak has brought about huge volatility in the Oil and Gas space, resulting in highly unpredictable margins.

Refiners continue to face the longest stretch of poor refining margins. Although, for oil marketing companies, marketing margins have truly been an elixir.

Retail auto fuel prices in India have reached all-time highs, thus restricting gross marketing margins to Rs 1.7–2.7/litre (versus Rs 4.5–5/litre in Q3 FY21).

However, gross marketing margins in FY21 to-date still average Rs 6.5–7/litre (well above the long-term average of approximately Rs 3/litre).

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