Sbm Offshore


Q1: Double-digit revenue growth signals a confident stride toward above-consensus FY24 guidance

15/05/24 -"SBM Offshore’s robust Q1 results, featuring 17% yoy growth in directional revenue, were driven by the deliveries of two FPSO units and the largest-ever FPSO Jaguar project with ExxonMobil. The ..."

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Published on
15/05/24
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