Its EBITDA improved to $12m in the second half of 2022.
After reporting a decline in its EBITDA in 2021, Sembcorp Marine (Sembmarine) posted a positive EBITDA in H2 2022 at $12m due to completion of key projects.
In a financial statement, Sembmarine said its net loss also declined 78% to $261m for FY 2022 from FY 2021 net loss of $1.1b.
“Residual COVID19 challenges contributed to one-off increases in costs in FY2022 due to project delays, additional consumables and man hours,” said Sembmarine.
Its net loss declined 77% to $118m in the second half of 2022 from $523m in the same period in 2021.
Its key projects that helped in improving its fiscal performance are:
- Newbuild FPSO (Floating Production, Storage and Offloading) P-71 for Petrobras for deployment at the ultra-deepwater Itapu field in Brazil’s Santos Basin;
- EPCI (Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Installation) of Gallaf Batch 2 Project for North Oil Company for deployment at the Al Shaheen field off Qatar;
- Conversion of Armada Sterling V FPSO vessel for joint venture owners, Shapoorji Pallonji Oil & Gas and Bumi Armada, for deployment in the east coast of India by charterer Oil and Natural Gas Corporation;
- Newbuild Deepwater Titan, the second of two 8th generation drillships for Transocean, for deployment on a five-year contract in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico;
- The third and final zero-emission battery-powered Roll-on/Roll-off passenger (Ropax) ferry Leikanger, which joined Norled’s sister vessels Dragsvik and Hella operating in Norway.