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SBM Offshore H1 Directional EBITDA Up At 523 Million Dollars
SBM Offshore Completes $600 Million Bridge Loan For FPSO Sepetiba
SBM Offshore Q1 Revenue In Line With Expectations At $607 Mln
SBM Offshore NV is the Netherlands-based company engaged in the offshore energy industry. It is a provider of floating production and mooring systems, in production operations and in terminals and services. The Company’s main activity is the design, supply, installation and operation of floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessels. The Company’s business is divided into two segments: Lease and Operate, providing leasing and operation of oil and gas production facilities, and Turnkey, providing engineering, supply, overhaul and maintenance of Catenary Anchor Leg Mooring (CALM) buoys, swivels, mooring systems, fluid transfer systems and offloading systems. The Company has four main project execution centers located in the Netherlands, Monaco, the United States and Malaysia, and operates a number of subsidiaries. On September 4, 2013, the Company sold its cryogenic hose system technology to Trelleborg Industrial Solutions, the business area of Trelleborg AB.
Oil Well Services & Equipment
Evert van de Beekstraat 1-77
Bruno Y.R. Chabas
Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Management Board
Douglas H.M. Wood
Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Management Board
Chief Operating Officer, Member of the Management Board
Chief Governance and Compliance Officer, Member of the Management Board
Independent Member of the Supervisory Board
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* RESPONDING TO COVID-19 CHALLENGES TO SAFEGUARD HEALTH AND SAFETY OF STAFF AND PROTECT OUR ASSETS
A "significant number of crew" on a ship in Brazil owned by Dutch oil and gas services firm SBM Offshore NV have tested positive for coronavirus, the company said in a statement on Thursday.
* ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS: SBM OFFSHORE COMPANY UPDATE AND 2020 RESOLUTIONS
Shares in SBM Offshore surged on Monday on news the Dutch marine oil platform constructor had settled its remaining suit with Brazilian federal prosecutors, clearing the way for it to resume doing business in one of its most important markets.
A Brazilian federal court ruled that state-run oil company Petroleo Brasileiro SA can subtract $892.7 million it owes in future fees to Dutch group SBM to cover fines and damages it has been ordered to pay Petrobras for its role in a graft scheme, according to a written...
Dutch marine engineering group SBM Offshore <SBMO.AS> said on Thursday a Brazilian court had ordered Petrobras <PETR4.SA> to provisionally withhold some payments to SBM to ensure the Dutch company pays whatever penalties it may receive in a corruption case.
SBM Offshore, the Dutch marine engineering group enmeshed in corruption investigations in Brazil, said on Thursday a court has ordered Petrobras to provisionally withhold some payments to SBM to ensure the Dutch company pays whatever penalties it receives.
Dutch marine engineer SBM Offshore has won a contract to supply a new production vessel for oil major Exxon Mobil in Guyana, setting its shares on track for their biggest gain in nearly two years.
South Africa needs tangible economic growth to entice more offshore investors to invest in its bourse after a good start to the year thanks to improved sentiment following the election on a new president, analysts said.
** Shares of Dutch offshore oil platform operator SBM Offshore fall 4.4 percent to 13.74 euros after company says it sees no short term resolution to investigations by Brazilian authorities
The proportion of Chinese interbank market bonds held by offshore investors rose to 2.04 percent in April, the first time it has exceeded 2 percent, bond clearing house data showed. It was the 14th consecutive month that offshore holdings of Chinese interbank market bonds...
* SBM OFFSHORE REACHES RESOLUTION WITH THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
SBM Offshore NV <SBMO.AS>, a Netherlands-based maker of offshore oil drilling equipment, and its U.S. subsidiary, SBM Offshore USA Inc, agreed to settle criminal charges of bribing officials in five countries and pay a $238 million penalty, the U.S. Justice Department said...
Two former executives at Dutch oil services company SBM Offshore NV <SBMO.AS> have pleaded guilty to U.S. charges that they participated in a scheme to bribe officials at three foreign state-run oil companies, including Brazil's Petrobras.
Two former executives at Dutch oil services company SBM Offshore NV have pleaded guilty to U.S. charges that they participated in a scheme to bribe officials at three foreign state-run oil companies, including Brazil's Petrobras.
Marine engineering group SBM Offshore <SBMO.AS> said a Brazilian investigation into its role in corruption cases had not been resolved and set aside an additional $238 million provision on Monday to cover costs from an unexpected U.S. inquiry.
* SBM Offshore NV-provision of $238 million based on advanced discussions with U.S. DOJ in relation to their reopened investigation into legacy issues, Unaoil Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
SBM Offshore, the marine engineering firm that paid $240 million to Dutch authorities to settle a Latin American bribery case in 2014, said on Monday it had taken a new $238 million provision to settle a related case with U.S. authorities, as well as another linked to its...
* H1 directional revenue of US$835 million, a decrease of 11 pct compared to same period last year
Dutch offshore engineering company SBM Offshore said on Wednesday it beat expectations with first-half results lifted by higher investment in deep sea projects.
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