Bourbon Director Resigns

Press Release
Tuesday, December 04, 2012

Christian de Chateauvieux's resignation for personal reasons accepted by the Bourbon Board of Directors.

Mr. Christian de Chateauvieux has been a Director since 1990, playing a role in Bourbon’s growth and with a focus on offshore oil marine services.

All members of the Board of Directors thanked him for his commitment during his term in office.

Bourbon offers oil and gas companies a comprehensive range of surface and subsea marine services for offshore oil and gas fields and wind farms, based on its extensive range of latest-generation vessels. The company has two businesses (Marine Services and Subsea Services) and also protects the French coastline for the French Navy.
 

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