For the three months ended June 30, 2002, Rowan incurred a net loss of $8.7 million, or $.09 per share, on revenues of $148.5 million, compared to net income $87.7 million, or $.92 per share, on revenues of $137.8 million in the first quarter of 2002, and net income of $34.3 million, or $.36 per share, on revenues of $210.4 million in the second quarter of 2001. First quarter 2002 results included net proceeds from the settlement of the Gorilla V contract dispute, which increased net income by approximately $102 million, or $1.07 per share. Excluding the effects of the settlement, the Company's first quarter 2002 results would have been a net loss of approximately $14 million, or $.15 per share. Rowan's offshore rig utilization was 87 percent during the second quarter of 2002, versus 80 percent in the first quarter and 90 percent in the year-earlier period, and our average offshore day rate of $30,500 decreased by $2,400, or 7 percent, from the first quarter and by $30,600, or 50 percent, from the year-earlier period. Land rig utilization was 68% during the second quarter of 2002, versus 84 percent in the year- earlier period, and our average land rig day rate of $10,200 decreased by $400, or 4 percent, from the first quarter and by $4,100, or 29 percent, from the year- earlier period.
Northrop Grumman Corporation reported income from continuing operations of $207 million, or $1.09 per share, compared with $181 million, or $1.52 per share, for the same period of 2002. Second quarter 2003 earnings per share are based on weighted average diluted shares outstanding of 184.4 million versus 114.8 million for the second quarter of 2002. Sales for the 2003 second quarter increased to $6.6 billion from $4.2 billion for the same period of 2002.
Trailer Bridge, Inc. reported financial results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2002 highlighted by a significantly reduced losses, profits in the months of May and June and the beginning effects from what is anticipated to be sharp and continuing improvements in market conditions in the Puerto Rico lane. When the company released its first quarter results, it disclosed a just announced transaction where a competitor with a 27 percent market share and operating under Chapter 11 of
Carnival Corporation reported net income of $116.3 million ($0.20 Diluted EPS) on revenues of $959.1 million for its fourth quarter ended November 30, 2001, compared to net income of $193.8 million ($0.33 Diluted EPS) on revenues of $850.3 million for the same quarter in 2000. Net income for the year ended November 30, 2001, was $926.2 million ($1.58 Diluted EPS) on revenues of $4.54 billion, compared to net income of $965.5 million ($1.60 Diluted EPS) on revenues of $3
The IM Skaugen group reported a pre-tax result of MUSD 20.3 in 2003 including a net gain from sale of assets of MUSD 19.3 - (MUSD 4.8 in 2002). The result on EBITDA basis is MUSD 24.8 in 2003 (MUSD 25.8 in 2002 and MUSD 33.9 in 2001). The Board has decided to recommend to the Annual General Meeting on March 1st 2004 to pay a dividend of NOK 7.- per share (NOK 7.50 in 2002 and 7.00 in 2003). The payment of this dividend, for the calendar year 2003
Carnival Corporation & plc reported net income of $734.3 million ($0.90 Diluted EPS) on revenues of $2.52 billion for its third quarter ended August 31, 2003, compared to net income of $500.8 million ($0.85 Diluted EPS) on revenues of $1.44 billion for the same quarter in 2002. Net income for the nine months ended August 31, 2003 was $988.9 million ($1.42 Diluted EPS) on revenues of $4.90 billion, compared to net income of $824.6 million ($1.40 Diluted EPS) on revenues of $3
The Department of Homeland Security issued a final rule implementing the Support Anti-terrorism by Fostering Effective Technologies Act of 2002 (the SAFETY Act). The purpose of the regulations is to facilitate and promote the development and deployment of anti-terrorism technologies that will save lives. This final rule amends the previous interim rule to incorporate changes resulting from comments submitted regarding the earlier rule. The changes come into effect on July 10. 71 Fed. Reg
The Waterfront Commission of New York Harbor announced that it granted the joint-recommendation of the New York Shipping Association-International Longshoremen's Association Contract Board which requested that the Commission accept applications from 400 persons for inclusion in the Longshoremen's Register and also that the Commission accept applications for the replacement of up to 415 potential retirees for the period of October 1, 2002 to September 30, 2003.
For the third time since the beginning of the year, Le Havre broke its monthly record for containerized traffic as it handled over 155,000 TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent units) in July. This record caps off several months of exceptional results at the port, with shipments measured in tonnage showing growth of 14% since the beginning of 2002. The Port of Le Havre registered over 1.5 million TEUs last year, with
Greek Prime Minister Costas Simitis said on Wednesday that island shipping would be liberalized by 2002, two years ahead of schedule as a result of last week's sinking of ferry Express Samina. Shipping officials have partly blamed the ferry's sinking last Tuesday on the near-monopolies that have developed in the Aegean, saying some healthy competition would improve the quality of ships and services. Simitis said shipping companies were merging for strength ahead of the opening of the
On August 1, 2016, Ulf Hahnemann, current Vice President for Strategic Programs at Mars Inc. will join Maersk Line as Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) and be part of the management board of Maersk Line. Maersk Line’s current Chief Human Resources Officer, Michael Chivers
Prices for new dry freight containers declined to their lowest point since 2002 during first-quarter 2016 and are still going down, according to the latest edition of the Container Equipment Insight, published by global shipping consultancy Drewry.
Disciplined underwriting delivers another successful year London, 11 May 2016 – The UK P&I Club (“The UK Club”), one of the leading shipping protection and indemnity mutual insurers, announces its financial results for the year ended 20 February 2016.
Petrobras reports that it has received the letter of resignation of Mr. Aldemir Bendine the functions of a member of the Board of Directors and President of the Company today. In addition, Mr. Bendine also resigned today, the office of member of the Board of Directors of Petrobras Distribuidora -
Bollinger Shipyards will pay the United States $8.5 million and release contract claims to settle a False Claims Act action filed against it in the Eastern District of Louisiana, the Department of Justice announced today. The False Claims Act suit alleges that Bollinger misrepresented the
Odfjell SE’s Extraordinary General Meeting, held December 9, 2015, supported the Nomination Committee's proposal and elected Klaus Nyborg as new director of the Board. Nyborg, a Danish citizen, owns no shares in Odfjell SE and has no formal ties to major shareholders of the company
The keel laying ceremony of “Silver Muse”, the new ultra-luxury cruise ship which Fincantieri is building for Silversea Cruises, took place today at the shipyard in Sestri Ponente (Genova). The ceremony was attended for the shipowner, among others, by Enzo Visone
NORDEN announced it has agreed to sell Nord Power, a 176,000 tdw Capesize dry cargo vessel built in 2005. The ship will be delivered to its new owners at the beginning of 2016 NORDEN said the sale will entail an accounting loss of $12 million
Lim Ki-Tack, who has been elected as the next secretary-general of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) in a ballot, will start his four-year term in the beginning of next year, the South Korean government said, reports Yonhap.
Spain's Supreme Court sentenced the captain of the Prestige oil tanker, which sank off Spain's northwestern coast in 2002, covering thousands of kilometres of coastline in fuel oil, to two years in prison on Tuesday. The captain, Apostolos Mangouras
Danaos Corporation one of the world's largest independent owners of containerships, today reported unaudited results for the fourth quarter and the year ended December 31, 2015. Highlights for the Fourth Quarter and Year Ended December 31, 2015:
Former FMC counsel David Tubman has served in FMC Commissioner Doyle's office as counsel since 2013 at U.S. Federal Maritime Commission. After being cleared by the White House and U.S. Department of Transportation late last week, starting today (February 22, 2016), Mr
PSCO’s in the Tokyo MoU and Paris MoU regions have performed a joint Concentrated Inspection Campaign (CIC) on Crew Familiarization for Enclosed Space Entry from 1 September through 30 November 2015. In general the results of the CIC indicate that the subject of Enclosed Space Entry is
The United States and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) are taking their relationship to a new level, thanks to heated tensions in the South China Sea. China, a key ally of North Korea, has said its committed to denuclearizing the Northth Korea
The Northwest Seaport Alliance of Seattle and Tacoma reported that auto imports and container volumes posted gains through the first quarter of 2016. Building off last year’s record-breaking volumes, March marked the highest volume of auto imports in more than a decade