April 21, 2017 15:12
Irkutskenergo ups IFRS net profit 16% in 2016 (Part 2)
IRKUTSK. April 21 (Interfax) - PJSC Irkutskenergo (MOEX: IRGZ) boosted IFRS net profit 15.8% to 15.3 billion rubles in 2016, the company reported.
Revenue rose 7% to 134.5 billion rubles.
Irkutskenergo key financials: (in millions of rubles):
|Revenue from sales
|Revenue from power sales
|Revenue from heat sales
Irkutskenergo did not comment on the financials.
Irkutskenergo, Russia's largest power and coal company, includes thermal and hydro-electric power plants, heat networks, open pit coal mines, transport businesses, repair plants and an enrichment plant. Irkutskenergo is controlled by EuroSibEnergo, which is part of Oleg Deripaska's En+ Group.
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