Malaysia’s Petronas reports stronger financial results for Q3
The company’s earnings rose 38.5% to MYR916 million ($213 million) from MYR661 million ($154 million) in the same period of the previous year. Petronas also reported that their operating performance increased in the three months ending in September owing to higher plant operation rates, which rose to around 88% from 75% in third quarter of 2014.
In the first nine months of the year, meanwhile, Petronas’ earnings increased 5.8% to MYR2.07 billion ($482 million) from MYR1.96 billion ($456 million) from a year earlier.
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