As previous quarters, the financial net result for the third quarter was negatively impacted by low oil price and the COVID-19 situation, which has had a significant adverse effect on the global economic activity and outlook. Revenues for the third quarter was MSEK 100 (159), EBITDA was MSEK 2 (67), and the net result was MSEK -14 (33). Year-to-date, revenue was MSEK 230 (348), while EBITDA was MSEK -69 (51), and the net result was MSEK -146, down from MSEK -3 in the corresponding period in 2019.
- Total revenue was MSEK 100 (159)
- EBITDA was MSEK 2 (67)
- Result after tax was MSEK -14 (33)
- Result after tax per share was SEK -1.4 (3.5)
- Total revenue was MSEK 230 (348)
- EBITDA was MSEK -69 (51)
- Result after tax was MSEK -146 (-3)
- Result after tax per share was SEK -15.6 (-0.3)
SUMMARY OF EVENTS IN Q3
- EBITDA for Q3 was MSEK 2 (67).
- The average fixture rate in Q3 was USD 35,300 (39,300) and the average utilization was 62% (89).
- During the second quarter the Group entered into a medium-term contract for Loke Viking with a major oil company in a harsh environment region. The contract was expected to commence in mid-November, with total duration being up till 165 days including options. Unfortunately, the client cancelled this contract prior to commencement.
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Viking Supply Ships AB is a world leading company within offshore and ice-breaking services, with activities primarily in Arctic and subarctic areas. The Company also has the operational and technical management for the five Swedish state owned ice-breakers (Swedish Maritime Administration). The Company’s series B share is listed at Nasdaq Stockholm, Small Cap segment. www.vikingsupply.com.
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