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Shareholder Returns

Policy

[Until FY2024.3]
Our shareholder return policy is to aim for a consolidated dividend payout ratio of 30% or higher, excluding short-term fluctuation factors that affect profits, while pursuing a stable dividend policy as our basic stance within the amount of Osaka Gas’ non-consolidated retained earnings available for distribution, taking into account the financial results and the management plan. We will flexibly implement additional shareholder return measures by comprehensively considering the optimal capital structure and free cash flow status after securing the capital for investments necessary for business growth.
[Effective FY2025.3]
Our shareholder return policy is to aim for a dividend on equity (DOE) of 3.0% while pursuing a progressive dividend policy as our basic stance within the amount of Osaka Gas’ non-consolidated retained earnings available for distribution, taking into account the financial results and the management plan. We will flexibly implement additional shareholder return measures by comprehensively considering the optimal capital structure and free cash flow status after securing the capital for investments necessary for business growth.

Dividends

Share buy-back ( As of March 31, 2024 )

FY Period Number of shares acquired
(thousand share)
Acquisition costs
(million yen)
Average purchase price
(Yen per Share)
99.3 1999/2/10~1999/3/2 5,540 10,000 1,805.0
00.3 2000/2/16~2000/3/22 4,540 4,923 1,084.5
01.3 2000/4/3~2000/4/27 3,180 4,633 1,457.0
2000/11/20~2000/12/26 6,460 9,996 1,547.5
02.3 2001/11/21~2002/2/25 12,000 18,330 1,527.5
03.3 2002/12/25~2003/3/10 13,558 19,992 1,474.5
04.3 2003/12/26~2004/3/12 13,111 19,992 1,525.0
08.3 2007/10/30~2008/2/20 13,457 30,000 2,229.5
11.3 2010/11/1~2011/1/5 12,745 20,000 1,569.5
24.3 2024/10/30~2024/2/29 6,768 20,000 2,955.1

※calculated based on the assumption of the share consolidation in October 2017. (5 share to 1 share)

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