CB&I announced financial results for the fourth quarter and full year 2013. The report also highlighted noteworthy achievements and developments in the liquefied natural gas (LNG) sector.
- Net income for 2013 was US$ 454.1 million
- Consolidated revenue for 2013 was US$ 11.1 billion, up from US$ 5.5 billion in 2012
- New awards for 2013 totalled US$ 12.3 billion, resulting in a backlog of US$ 27.8 billion as of 31st December 2013
- Q4 net income was US$ 196.8 million
- Q4 consolidated revenue was US$ 3.0 billion
- New awards for Q4 2013 totalled US$ 5.3 billion
CB&I CEO, Philip Asherman, commented: "With record high new awards and revenue, 2013 was without a doubt the strongest year in the company's 125 year history. Our 2013 net income, excluding acquisition and integration related costs, exceeded half a billion dollars, resulting in adjusted earnings per share of US$ 4.91.
"In addition to our financial results, I am very proud to report that we executed 145 million work-hours in 2013, with one of the best safety records in our industry. With this relentless focus and commitment to safety, our unique business model that delivers a more complete supply chain solution for our customers, nearly US$ 30 billion in backlog and the assurance of long-term global energy demand, we expect CB&I to continue to deliver outstanding value to our shareholders."
Noteworthy awards and developments included:
- A LNG contract for the first two trains at Freeport LNG
- Storage awards for LNG tanks in Asia and Australia
- A pipe fabrication award for a natural gas project in Australia
- A plant services contract for Peru LNG
Adapted from press release by Katie Woodward
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