Esso Malaysia Berhad has reported a much improved performance for 2003, with after-tax profits reaching RM57 million compared with a loss of RM7 billion in 2002. Revenues rose 19% to RM4.8 billion, reflecting higher average sales prices, while sales volumes stayed at around 97,000 barrels/day. In a statement, chairman Rob Fisher said: “These results were…

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