Multibagger Swan Energy shares spike 25% in 9 sessions to hit 5-month high; what’s fueling the rally?

Swan Energy, diversified into various sectors, saw its shares surge 25% after an investment by BlackRock. According to the company's recent shareholding data, Life Insurance Corporation of India held a 4.28% stake at the end of FY24.

A Ksheerasagar
First Published11 Jul 2024, 01:21 PM IST
Multibagger Swan Energy shares spike 25% in 9 sessions to hit a 5-month high; what's fueling the rally?
Multibagger Swan Energy shares spike 25% in 9 sessions to hit a 5-month high; what’s fueling the rally?(Pixabay)

Shares of Swan Energy, which operates in sectors such as textiles, real estate, oil and gas, petrochemical manufacturing, and trading, surged 25% to 734 apiece over the last nine trading sessions to hit a 5-month high. This significant rise has propelled the stock to gain 175% over the past year and 600% in the last five years.

The recent boost in shares followed an investment by global asset manager BlackRock, which purchased shares worth 304 crore through open market transactions on June 8 at a price range of 666.20–692.60 per share.

BlackRock, through its three affiliates, acquired 45.56 lakh shares, representing a 1.45% stake in Swan Energy. 

Meanwhile, the company's recent shareholding data showed that Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) held a 4.28% stake at the end of FY24, while SBI Life Insurance owned a 2.55% stake, according to Tendlyne.

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The promoters held a majority stake with 54% ownership, of which 18.40% was pledged, as per Trendlyne data.

The company has recently gained attention following its acquisition of Reliance Naval & Engineering (RENL) in October 2023. RENL was the first private sector company in India to obtain the license to build warships and has India’s largest integrated shipbuilding facility with a 662 m x 65 m drydock.

This business segment is experiencing significant opportunities in defence and commercial shipbuilding, ship repair and upgrades, oil and gas rig repair, and heavy engineering, boasting the world’s second-longest dockyard, according to domestic brokerage firm Sunidhi Securities & Finance.

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It is claimed to be the only Indian modular shipbuilding facility capable of accommodating vessels up to 400,000 DWT.

Earlier, the company acquired a 55% stake and controlling interest in Veritas India, a listed entity, through a share purchase agreement in May 2022 at 117 per share. VIL is a multi-faceted organisation with diversified business interests and dimensions, primarily engaged in trading, distribution, and manufacturing of commodities like chemicals & petrochemicals catering to the petrochemical, paint, and oil refining industries.

VIL has a tank terminal complex at Hamriyah Free Zone, Sharjah, with 30 storage tanks totaling a capacity of 172,000 CBM, capable of handling a wide range of petroleum products, as per the brokerage. 

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Veritas India has several subsidiaries, including Veritas Polychem Private Ltd., which is establishing manufacturing, storage, and bottling facilities at Dighi Port in Maharashtra with an investment of 20,500 million. Phase I of this project will feature a 175,000 TPA PVC plant, a 360,000 TPA Polymer Modified Bitumen plant, six gas storage terminals, and a captive power plant.

Originally incorporated in 1909 as a textile company, Swan Energy was acquired by its current promoters, Mr Navinbhai Dave and his son-in-law, Mr Nikhil Merchant, in 1992 from the JP Goenka group.

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In recent years, the company has diversified into oil and gas, petrochemicals, defence, and shipyards, while maintaining active engagements in the textile and real estate sectors.

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First Published:11 Jul 2024, 01:21 PM IST
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