4th quarter and annual revenues 2011
2011 revenues top 1 billion euros up 18.6% in 12 months in line with the objectives of the “BOURBON 2015 Leadership Strategy” plan.
Third Quarter 2011 revenues
Revenue up + 17% over 9 months in line with the objectives of the BOURBON 2015 Leadership Strategy.
Significant increase in daily rates in the quarter follows previous quarter’s upturn in utilization rates.
Second Quarter 2011 revenues
An increase of utilization rate up to 84.7% in a recovering offshore market.
+18.8% growth in half-year revenues to 482.7 million euros at current exchange rates.
First Quarter 2011 revenues
The recovery expected in the 4th quarter of 2010 was confirmed in the 1st quarter of 2011.
Q1 2011 revenues up 23.8% year-on-year and up 6.4% over the previous quarter.
Quarterly and annual revenues 2010
Confirmation of gradual recovery of BOURBON activity at end of 2010 in an oil & gas sector experiencing a downturn.
Chiffre d’affaires 4ème trimestre BOURBON quarterly revenues: Q4 2010 vs Q4 2009: + 12.9%.
BOURBON annual revenues: 2010 vs 2009: + 4.6%.
BOURBON revenues Q3 2010
Offshore activity grows for second consecutive quarter.
BOURBON revenues Q3 2010 vs Q3 2009: +6.4%.
Revenues from directly-owned vessels Q3 2010 vs Q3 2009: +11.9%.
Second quarter 2010 revenues
Second quarter 2010 Group revenues: +11.2%.
Second quarter 2010 offshore revenues: +4.5%.
4th quarter financial information and 2009 annual revenues
Group annual revenues up by 3.1% at 960.5 million euros.
Offshore Division posts annual growth of 20.5% at 809.9 million euros.
4th quarter revenues impacted by the global context of the offshore oil and gas activity.
Quarterly Financial Results
Satisfactory growth (+ 16.6%) for Offshore Activity in the 3rd quarter reflecting the high vessel-utilization rate.
BOURBON revenues up 3.1% compared with 3rd quarter 2008, at 246.8 million euros.
1st quarter 2009 financial information
1st quarter revenues up 12.8% and strong growth of the Offshore activity up 47.7% (+36% at constant exchange rates) compared with the 1st quarter of 2008.