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Nabors Announces Second Quarter Results

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Nabors Announces Second Quarter Results

16:27 EDT Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Nabors' 2Q 2013 EPS Equals $0.08 on Operating Income of $90.9 million
Second Quarter Highlights Include:
- Debt reduced by $300 million
- Two new term contract awards for PACE®-X rigs; 21 total since 1Q 2012
- Nine significant multi-year, International contracts for upgraded rigs

HAMILTON, Bermuda, July 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Nabors Industries Ltd. (NYSE:NBR) today reported its financial results for the second quarter and first six months of 2013.  Adjusted income from operating activities was $90.9 million, compared to $225.3 million in the second quarter of 2012 and $149.6 million in the first quarter of 2013.  Operating cash flow (EBITDA) was $361.1 million for the second quarter, compared to $486.4 million in the same quarter last year and $423.0 million in the first quarter of this year.  Net income from continuing operations was $29.3 million ($0.08 per diluted share), compared to a net loss of $98.7 million (-$0.34 per diluted share) in the second quarter of 2012 and $97.2 million ($0.33 per diluted share) in the first quarter of 2013.  Operating revenues and earnings from unconsolidated affiliates for this quarter totaled $1.49 billion, compared to $1.60 billion in the same quarter of the prior year and $1.58 billion in the first quarter of 2013.  For the first six months ended June 30, 2013, adjusted income derived from operating activities was $240.5 million compared to $540.9 million in the first six months of 2012.  Net income from continuing operations for the first six months of 2013 was $126.4 million ($0.41 per diluted share) compared to $44.0 million ($0.16 per diluted share) in 2012.  Operating revenues and earnings from unconsolidated affiliates totaled $3.07 billion for the first six months of 2013, compared to $3.42 billion for the first six months of 2012. 

Tony Petrello, Nabors' Chairman, President & CEO, commented, "Our second quarter was disappointing as seasonal declines in our Alaska and Canada operations were compounded by a weather-induced drop in the utilization of our eight Bakken Shale frac spreads and a further slowdown in Canrig's capital equipment shipments.  These developments have dampened our full-year outlook and mask a number of positive developments that support our continuing expectation of improving results in the second half of this year.  

"We reduced debt by another $300 million during the quarter, despite the shortfall in operating cash flow.  We also received long-term contract awards for 11 major rig projects, including two additional new PACE®-X rigs in our U.S. Drilling operations and nine substantial rig upgrades internationally, six of which are for shale projects in Argentina.  Three of these rigs will be PACE®-F rigs exported from our U.S. operations.  In aggregate these contracts, which average 3.2 years in duration, should generate over $600 million in revenue.  Returns on the approximately $150 million in associated capital are well within our capital allocation criteria.  Three of these rigs have recently commenced operations, and the remaining rigs are expected to commence in the second half of next year."   

DRILLING & RIG SERVICESOperating income in the Drilling and Rig Services business line was $102.1 million, representing a sequential decline of approximately $35.2 million.  Operating cash flow of $322.0 million also reflected a decline of $34.7 million compared to the first quarter.  Significant improvements in International and U.S. Offshore drilling operations were more than offset by the usual seasonal declines in Canada and Alaska, and a relatively small decrease in the U.S. Lower 48.  Rig Services accounted for one-third of the decrease with roughly equal declines in Canrig due to fewer capital equipment shipments, and Peak Oilfield Services with its usual falloff in activity following the seasonally high first quarter. 

International operations showed significant improvement, resulting from a small increase in working rigs and a more meaningful increase in average margins, which reflect initial improvement in the extraordinary costs that have characterized recent periods.  Improvement in these costs should continue, although they will likely take until the end of next year to fully normalize.  The near- and longer-term outlook internationally has improved, and the supply of suitable rigs in selected markets is becoming tighter.  This is leading to improving rig rates and the potential for new high-specification rigs, particularly in the Middle East.  International cycle times are much longer, causing a lag in the pace and magnitude of the financial impact from these favorable trends.  They can also be subject to unexpected delays and extraneous events, as has been the case in recent years.  Nonetheless, the nine recent long-term contracts are evidence of the improving market environment.  In addition to the six rigs for shale projects in Argentina, three are committed to long-term projects in Northern Iraq and Kazakhstan.  

Canada drilling operations were down sharply compared to the first quarter with the arrival of the spring thaw.  Results were significantly improved compared to the same quarter last year despite fewer rigs working.  This was attributable to higher average margins due to the proportion of deeper, higher margin rigs working through the breakup period.  While the near-term outlook for this operation remains tepid, the longer-term promise of LNG exports is beginning to emerge.  This operation recently deployed four rigs for early-phase LNG-directed drilling, which will likely grow into a much greater requirement for deeper rigs in the various British Columbia gas fields over the next few years. 

U.S. Drilling operations declined, principally due to the cessation of peak winter activity levels in Alaska and a less significant decrease in the Lower 48 operations attributable to lower average margins.  These declines were partially offset by a meaningful improvement in the Gulf of Mexico.  The PACE®-X rig continues to gain recognition and is outperforming expectations.  Two new term contracts for this technologically advanced rig bring the total number of new rig awards to 21 in 18 months.   Discussions are ongoing with several customers regarding contracts for additional units. 

Improvement in utilization is progressing at a measured and disciplined pace in order to avoid adversely affecting spot market rates.  The rig count in the lower 48 portion of this operation has increased by 18 from the mid-February low point of 165 rigs to 183 rigs on revenue today, only 4 of which were new PACE®-X deliveries.  This represents an 8 rig increase from the second quarter average of 175 rigs on revenue.  Third quarter income should improve as higher rig activity offsets the impact of slightly lower average margins, which should be more reflective of current spot market pricing thereby limiting further downside.  Challenges persist as efficiency gains and speculative new building by competitors exacerbates capacity excesses in this market. 

Increased platform and workover jackup rig activity in the second quarter resulted in an improvement in results from the Gulf of Mexico operations.  Third-quarter offshore results should be significantly lower however, with the seasonally lower activity levels associated with hurricane season.  The recently completed new MODS® 400 rig should commence operations by the second quarter of 2014, significantly bolstering the longer-term outlook for this operation.  Similarly, Alaska should see seasonally softer results for the balance of 2013, with an improving outlook in 2014 and beyond as activity improves following the recent favorable tax revisions. 

Rig Services posted a loss in the second quarter, with the usual seasonal slowdowns in both Peak Oilfield Services in Alaska and the directional drilling operations in Canada, amplified by a sharp drop in capital equipment shipments by Canrig.  The third-quarter results for this segment should improve as Canrig delivers a higher number of capital equipment components.

COMPLETION &  PRODUCTION SERVICESOperating income in the Completion and Production Services business line was $30.3 million, representing a sequential decline of approximately $13.4 million.  Operating cash flow of $81.5 million reflected a decline of $16.3 million compared to the first quarter.  Significant improvement in the U.S. portion of Production Services was more than offset by the seasonal decline in Canada, contributing nominally to the sequential decrease in the combined results.  The large drop in Completion Services comprised the majority of the decrease as extraordinarily adverse weather in the Bakken exerted an inordinate impact on the combined results.  While the outlook for the third quarter is more favorable, with significant increases anticipated in both segments, the fourth quarter is usually characterized by lower results because the onset of winter and holidays limit available work days.  In addition, certain customers appear increasingly concerned that a fourth-quarter slowdown may result from efficiency gains depleting budgets at a faster than planned pace.      

In Production Services, rig rates were essentially flat while hours increased in areas other than Canada and the Bakken, where breakup and the unusual weather also affected operations.  Trucking hours were also up significantly on flat pricing.  For this business overall, rig and truck hours are expected to increase further in the third quarter with pricing remaining flat.  Certain regions, such as West and South Texas, remain more competitive in both utilization and pricing due to the large number of competitors and excess capacity.  Longer term, this segment is expected to continue growing as the expanding population of maintenance-intensive oil wells continues to grow and age.  The number of mothballed rigs is dwindling, and industry utilization is approaching the point where new builds are warranted and pricing momentum materializes.   Furthermore, the demand for higher capacity rigs is growing with the increase of long horizontal well sections. 

Completion Services continues to suffer from a large overhang of capacity and, while industry activity is increasing, an apparent inflection in efficiency is limiting any upside in the near term.  Pricing appears to be stable in the northern regions, but remains very competitive in South Texas and even more so in the Permian Basin.  While the third quarter is expected to show marked improvement, visibility remains quite limited for the foreseeable future absent any improvement in natural gas and liquids directed activity.

SUMMARYMr. Petrello concluded, "We expect this quarter to represent the low point in our results, and we anticipate a progressively upward trend over both the near and longer term, moderated somewhat by a cautious outlook for Completion Services.  Continuing cost and activity improvements in International Drilling, seasonal recovery in Canada, return to normal operations in Completion & Production Services, higher rig activity in U.S. Drilling, and recovering order flow in Canrig will drive near-term improvements.  Longer term, the success of our PACE®-X rig, our recent international awards, multiple high-specification new build opportunities, and a secular growth trend in Production Services combine to indicate significant upside potential.  Meanwhile, we continue to focus on improving execution, controlling our costs, and extracting more from our asset base." 

ABOUT NABORSThe Nabors companies own and operate approximately 472 land drilling rigs throughout the world and approximately 544 land workover and well servicing rigs in North America.  Nabors' actively marketed offshore fleet consists of 36 platform rigs, 5 jackup units and 4 barge rigs in the United States and multiple international markets. In addition, Nabors is one of the largest providers of hydraulic fracturing, cementing, nitrogen and acid pressure pumping services with approximately 800,000 hydraulic horsepower currently in service.  Nabors also manufactures top drives and drilling instrumentation systems and provides comprehensive oilfield hauling, engineering, civil construction, logistics, and facilities maintenance and project management services.  Nabors participates in most of the significant oil and gas markets in the world.

For further information, please contact Dennis A. Smith, Director of Corporate Development & Investor Relations, at 281-775-8038.  To request investor materials, contact Nabors' corporate headquarters in Hamilton, Bermuda at 441-292-1510 or via email at mark.andrews@nabors.com. 

 

NABORS INDUSTRIES LTD. AND SUBSIDIARIES

CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF INCOME (LOSS)

(Unaudited)

Three Months Ended

Six Months Ended

June 30,

March 31,

June 30,

(In thousands, except per share amounts)

2013

2012

2013

2013

2012

Revenues and other income:

   Operating revenues 

$ 1,491,586

$ 1,737,114

$ 1,578,645

$ 3,070,231

$ 3,627,540

   Earnings (losses) from unconsolidated affiliates

1,360

(134,317)

2,895

4,255

(202,986)

   Investment income (loss)

14,821

5,368

79,421

94,242

25,620

      Total revenues and other income

1,507,767

1,608,165

1,660,961

3,168,728

3,450,174

Costs and other deductions:

   Direct costs 

999,192

1,123,256

1,026,042

2,025,234

2,308,072

   General and administrative expenses

132,612

133,612

132,545

265,157

269,958

   Depreciation and amortization

270,199

261,016

273,365

543,564

508,637

   Interest expense

60,271

63,459

60,008

120,279

126,113

   Losses (gains) on sales and disposals of long-lived assets and other expense (income), net

9,312

160,917

59,807

69,119

159,077

      Total costs and other deductions

1,471,586

1,742,260

1,551,767

3,023,353

3,371,857

Income (loss) from continuing operations before income taxes

36,181

(134,095)

109,194

145,375

78,317

Income tax expense (benefit)

6,172

(36,192)

11,272

17,444

32,852

Subsidiary preferred stock dividend

750

750

750

1,500

1,500

Income (loss) from continuing operations, net of tax

29,259

(98,653)

97,172

126,431

43,965

Income (loss) from discontinued operations, net of tax

(28,004)

24,690

2,046

(25,958)

15,895

Net income (loss)

1,255

(73,963)

99,218

100,473

59,860

     Less: Net (income) loss attributable to noncontrolling interest

(5,616)

1,174

(97)

(5,713)

1,441

Net income (loss) attributable to Nabors

$       (4,361)

$     (72,789)

$      99,121

$      94,760

$      61,301

Earnings (losses) per share: (1)

   Basic from continuing operations

$             .08

$           (.34)

$             .33

$             .41

$             .16

   Basic from discontinued operations

(.09)

.09

.01

(.09)

.05

    Basic

$           (.01)

$           (.25)

$             .34

$             .32

$             .21

  Diluted from continuing operations

$             .08

$           (.34)

$             .33

$             .41

$             .16

  Diluted from discontinued operations

(.09)

.09

-

(.09)

.05

   Diluted

$           (.01)

$           (.25)

$             .33

$             .32

$             .21

Weighted-average number of common shares outstanding: (1)

   Basic 

294,747

290,311

291,687

293,217

289,550

   Diluted 

297,119

290,311

294,170

295,644

292,185

Adjusted EBITDA from continuing operations (2)

$    361,142

$    486,363

$    422,953

$    784,095

$ 1,049,520

Adjusted income (loss) derived from operating activities from continuing operations (3)

$      90,943

$    225,347

$    149,588

$    240,531

$    540,883

 

(1)

See "Computation of Earnings (Losses) Per Share" included herein as a separate schedule. 

(2)

Adjusted EBITDA is computed by subtracting the sum of direct costs, general and administrative expenses, earnings (losses) from our former U.S. oil and gas joint venture from the sum of Operating revenues and Earnings (losses) from unconsolidated affiliates. There are limitations inherent in using adjusted EBITDA as a measure of overall profitability because it excludes significant expense items. However, management evaluates the performance of our business units and the consolidated company based on several criteria, including adjusted EBITDA and adjusted income (loss) derived from operating activities, because we believe that these financial measures accurately reflect our ongoing profitability. These amounts should not be used as a substitute for the amounts reported in accordance with GAAP. To compensate for the limitations in utilizing adjusted EBITDA as an operating measure, management also uses GAAP measures of performance, including income from continuing operations and net income, to evaluate performance, but only with respect to the Company as a whole and not on a segment basis. A reconciliation of this non-GAAP measure to income (loss) from continuing operations before income taxes, which is a GAAP measure, is provided in the table set forth immediately following the heading "Reconciliation of non-GAAP Financial Measures to Income (loss) from Continuing Operations before Income Taxes".

(3)

Adjusted income (loss) derived from operating activities is computed by subtracting the sum of direct costs, general and administrative expenses, depreciation and amortization and earnings (losses) from our former U.S. oil and gas joint venture from the sum of Operating revenues and Earnings (losses) from unconsolidated affiliates. These amounts should not be used as a substitute for those amounts reported in accordance with GAAP. However, management evaluates the performance of our business units and the consolidated company based on several criteria, including adjusted income (loss) derived from operating activities, because it believes that these financial measures accurately reflect our ongoing profitability.  A reconciliation of this non-GAAP measure to income (loss) from continuing operations before income taxes, which is a GAAP measure, is provided in the table set forth immediately following the heading "Reconciliation of non-GAAP Financial Measures to Income (loss) from Continuing Operations before Income Taxes".

NABORS INDUSTRIES LTD. AND SUBSIDIARIES

CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEETS

(Unaudited)

June 30,

March 31,

December 31,

(In thousands, except ratios)

2013

2013

2012

ASSETS

Current assets:

Cash and short-term investments

$      607,960

$      690,480

$           778,204

Accounts receivable, net

1,342,386

1,434,530

1,382,623

Assets held for sale

351,263

385,133

383,857

Other current assets

591,223

608,555

588,173

     Total current assets

2,892,832

3,118,698

3,132,857

Long-term investments and other receivables

3,629

3,910

4,269

Property, plant and equipment, net

8,577,586

8,641,947

8,712,088

Goodwill

487,252

487,760

472,326

Investment in unconsolidated affiliates

68,444

64,598

61,690

Other long-term assets

237,160

268,544

272,792

     Total assets

$ 12,266,903

$ 12,585,457

$     12,656,022

LIABILITIES AND EQUITY

Current liabilities:

Short-term debt

$        11,445

$           4,641

$                  364

Other current liabilities

1,168,711

1,086,505

1,132,018

     Total current liabilities

1,180,156

1,091,146

1,132,382

Long-term debt

4,071,191

4,379,758

4,379,336

Other long-term liabilities

1,013,083

1,060,680

1,117,999

     Total liabilities

6,264,430

6,531,584

6,629,717

Subsidiary preferred stock (1)

69,188

69,188

69,188

Equity:

Shareholders' equity

5,922,563

5,973,814

5,944,929

Noncontrolling interest

10,722

10,871

12,188

     Total equity

5,933,285

5,984,685

5,957,117

     Total liabilities and equity

$ 12,266,903

$ 12,585,457

$     12,656,022

 

(1)  Represents subsidiary preferred stock from acquisition in September 2010. 75,000 shares of such stock are outstanding and pay quarterly dividends at an annual rate of 4%.

 

NABORS INDUSTRIES LTD. AND SUBSIDIARIES

SEGMENT REPORTING

(Unaudited)

The following tables set forth certain information with respect to our reportable segments and rig activity:

Three Months Ended

Six Months Ended

June 30,

March 31,

June 30,

(In thousands, except rig activity)

2013

2012

2013

2013

2012

Reportable segments:

Operating revenues and Earnings (losses) from unconsolidated affiliates from continuing operations: 

    Drilling and Rig Services: 

      U.S.

$    467,129

$    598,765

$    484,773

$    951,902

$ 1,225,870

      Canada

64,789

66,015

126,867

191,656

210,750

      International

351,421

304,622

321,516

672,937

611,087

      Rig Services (1)

152,462

228,614

179,310

331,772

470,372

       Subtotal Drilling and Rig Services (2)

1,035,801

1,198,016

1,112,466

2,148,267

2,518,079

    Completion and Production Services:

      Production Services

244,602

240,380

251,571

496,173

497,639

      Completion Services

254,016

387,663

262,138

516,154

785,699

       Subtotal Completion and Production Services (3)

498,618

628,043

513,709

1,012,327

1,283,338

    Other reconciling items (4)

(41,473)

(223,262)

(44,635)

(86,108)

(376,863)

      Total operating revenues and earnings (losses) from unconsolidated affiliates

$ 1,492,946

$ 1,602,797

$ 1,581,540

$ 3,074,486

$ 3,424,554

Adjusted EBITDA from continuing operations: (5)

    Drilling and Rig Services: 

      U.S.

$    178,799

$    246,748

$    184,859

$    363,658

$    504,712

      Canada

18,067

13,178

45,531

63,598

71,362

      International

117,491

100,241

106,514

224,005

197,491

      Rig Services (1)

7,601

39,050

19,784

27,385

80,877

       Subtotal Drilling and Rig Services (2)

321,958

399,217

356,688

678,646

854,442

    Completion and Production Services:

      Production Services

48,036

51,673

51,118

99,154

105,047

      Completion Services

33,479

71,503

46,724

80,203

164,689

       Subtotal Completion and Production Services (3)

81,515

123,176

97,842

179,357

269,736

    Other reconciling items (6)

(42,331)

(36,030)

(31,577)

(73,908)

(74,658)

      Total adjusted EBITDA

$    361,142

$    486,363

$    422,953

$    784,095

$ 1,049,520

Adjusted income (loss) derived from operating activities from continuing operations: (7)

    Drilling and Rig Services: 

      U.S.

$      69,813

$    145,351

$      77,595

$    147,408

$    312,084

      Canada

3,895

(529)

30,518

34,413

42,617

      International

32,481

16,401

21,469

53,950

37,539

      Rig Services (1)

(4,044)

28,179

7,737

3,693

58,025

       Subtotal Drilling and Rig Services (2)

102,145

189,402

137,319

239,464

450,265

    Completion and Production Services:

      Production Services

23,471

25,397

26,014

49,485

53,426

      Completion Services

6,870

46,144

17,756

24,626

111,004

       Subtotal Completion and Production Services (3)

30,341

71,541

43,770

74,111

164,430

    Other reconciling items (6)

(41,543)

(35,596)

(31,501)

(73,044)

(73,812)

   Total adjusted income (loss) derived from operating activities

$      90,943

$    225,347

$    149,588

$    240,531

$    540,883

Rig activity:

Rig years: (8)

   U.S.

195.8

236.3

189.6

192.8

237.7

   Canada

17.4

20.3

40.0

28.6

34.5

   International (9)

125.2

120.9

122.7

124.0

119.3

      Total rig years 

338.4

377.5

352.3

345.4

391.5

Rig hours: (10)

   U.S. Production Services

224,681

220,304

212,298

436,979

433,330

   Canada Production Services

28,802

35,710

48,027

76,829

92,754

      Total rig hours

253,483

256,014

260,325

513,808

526,084

 

(1)

Includes our drilling technology and top drive manufacturing, directional drilling, rig instrumentation and software, and construction services. These services represent our other companies that are not aggregated into a reportable operating segment.

(2)

Includes earnings (losses), net from unconsolidated affiliates, accounted for using the equity method, of $1.2 million, $6.1 million and $2.8 million for the three months ended June 30, 2013 and 2012 and March 31, 2013, respectively, and $4.0 million for the six months ended June 30, 2013.

(3)

 Includes earnings (losses), net from unconsolidated affiliates, accounted for using the equity method, of $.2 million and $.1 million for the three months ended June 30, 2013 and March 31, 2013, respectively, and $.3 million for the six months ended June 30, 2013.

(4)

Represents the elimination of inter-segment transactions and earnings (losses), net from our former U.S. unconsolidated oil and gas joint venture, accounted for using the equity method of $(140.4) million and ($203.0) million for the three and six months ended June 30, 2012, respectively.  In December 2012, we sold our equity interest in the oil and gas joint venture.

(5)

Adjusted EBITDA is computed by subtracting the sum of direct costs, general and administrative expenses, earnings (losses) from our former U.S. oil and gas joint venture from the sum of Operating revenues and Earnings (losses) from unconsolidated affiliates. There are limitations inherent in using adjusted EBITDA as a measure of overall profitability because it excludes significant expense items. However, management evaluates the performance of our business units and the consolidated company based on several criteria, including adjusted EBITDA and adjusted income (loss) derived from operating activities, because we believe that these financial measures accurately reflect our ongoing profitability. These amounts should not be used as a substitute for the amounts reported in accordance with GAAP. To compensate for the limitations in utilizing adjusted EBITDA as an operating measure, management also uses GAAP measures of performance, including income from continuing operations and net income, to evaluate performance, but only with respect to the Company as a whole and not on a segment basis.  A reconciliation of this non-GAAP measure to income (loss) from continuing operations before income taxes, which is a GAAP measure, is provided in the table set forth immediately following the heading "Reconciliation of non-GAAP Financial Measures to Income (loss) from Continuing Operations before Income Taxes". 

(6)

Represents the elimination of inter-segment transactions and unallocated corporate expenses.

(7)

Adjusted income (loss) derived from operating activities is computed by subtracting the sum of direct costs, general and administrative expenses, depreciation and amortization and earnings (losses) from our former U.S. oil and gas joint venture from the sum of Operating revenues and Earnings (losses) from unconsolidated affiliates. These amounts should not be used as a substitute for the amounts reported in accordance with GAAP. However, management evaluates the performance of our business units and the consolidated company based on several criteria, including adjusted income (loss) derived from operating activities, because it believes that these financial measures accurately reflect our ongoing profitability. A reconciliation of this non-GAAP measure to income (loss) from continuing operations before income taxes, which is a GAAP measure, is provided in the table set forth immediately following the heading "Reconciliation of non-GAAP Financial Measures to Income (loss) from Continuing Operations before Income Taxes".

(8)

Excludes well-servicing rigs, which are measured in rig hours.  Includes our equivalent percentage ownership of rigs owned by unconsolidated affiliates.  Rig years represent a measure of the number of equivalent rigs operating during a given period.  For example, one rig operating 182.5 days during a 365-day period represents 0.5 rig years.

(9)

International rig years includes our equivalent percentage ownership of rigs owned by unconsolidated affiliates, which totaled 2.5 years during each of the three months ended June 30, 2013 and 2012 and March 31, 2013 and 2.5 years for the six months ended June 30, 2013 and 2012.

(10)

Rig hours represents the number of hours that our well-servicing rig fleet operated during the period.

 

NABORS INDUSTRIES LTD. AND SUBSIDIARIES

RECONCILIATION OF NON-GAAP FINANCIAL MEASURES TO 

INCOME (LOSS) FROM CONTINUING OPERATIONS BEFORE INCOME TAXES

(Unaudited)

Three Months Ended

Six Months Ended

June 30,

March 31,

June 30,

(In thousands)

2013

2012

2013

2013

2012

Adjusted EBITDA from continuing operations

$ 361,142

$  486,363

$   422,953

$ 784,095

$ 1,049,520

Less: Depreciation and amortization 

270,199

261,016

273,365

543,564

508,637

Adjusted income (loss) derived from operating activities from continuing operations

90,943

225,347

149,588

240,531

540,883

U.S. oil and gas joint venture earnings (losses)

-

(140,434)

-

-

(202,996)

Interest expense

(60,271)

(63,459)

(60,008)

(120,279)

(126,113)

Investment income (loss)

14,821

5,368

79,421

94,242

25,620

Gains (losses) on sales and disposals of long-lived assets and other income (expense), net

(9,312)

(160,917)

(59,807)

(69,119)

(159,077)

Income (loss) from continuing operations before income taxes

$   36,181

$(134,095)

$   109,194

$ 145,375

$      78,317

 

NABORS INDUSTRIES LTD. AND SUBSIDIARIES

COMPUTATION OF EARNINGS (LOSSES) PER SHARE

(Unaudited)

A reconciliation of the numerators and denominators of the basic and diluted earnings (losses) per share computations is as follows:

Three Months Ended

Six Months Ended

June 30,

March 31,

June 30,

(In thousands, except per share amounts)

2013

2012

2013

2013

2012

Net income (loss) attributable to Nabors (numerator):

Income (loss) from continuing operations, net of tax

$29,259

$(98,653)

$     97,172

$ 126,431

$43,965

   Less: net (income) loss attributable to noncontrolling interest

(5,616)

1,174

(97)

(5,713)

1,441

   Less: earnings allocated to unvested shareholders

74

-

(814)

(740)

-

Adjusted income (loss) from continuing operations - basic and diluted

$23,717

$(97,479)

$     96,261

$ 119,978

$45,406

Income (loss) from discontinued operations, net of tax

(28,004)

24,690

2,046

(25,958)

15,895

$ (4,287)

$(72,789)

$     98,307

$   94,020

$61,301

   Earnings (losses) per share:

     Basic from continuing operations

$       .08

$       (.34)

$            .33

$         .41

$       .16

     Basic from discontinued operations

(.09)

.09

.01

(.09)

.05

Total Basic

$      (.01)

$       (.25)

$            .34

$         .32

$       .21

     Diluted from continuing operations

$       .08

$       (.34)

$            .33

$         .41

$       .16

     Diluted from discontinued operations

(.09)

.09

-

(.09)

.05

Total Diluted

$      (.01)

$       (.25)

$            .33

$         .32

$       .21

Shares (denominator): 

   Weighted-average number of shares outstanding-basic

294,747

290,311

291,687

293,217

289,550

   Net effect of dilutive stock options, warrants and restricted stock awards based on the if-converted method

2,372

-

2,483

2,427

2,635

   Weighted-average number of shares outstanding - diluted

297,119

290,311

294,170

295,644

292,185

 

For all periods presented, the computation of diluted earnings (losses) per share excluded outstanding stock options and warrants with exercise prices greater than the average market price of Nabors' common shares because their inclusion would have been anti-dilutive and because they were not considered participating securities. The average number of options and warrants that were excluded from diluted earnings (losses) per share that would have potentially diluted earnings (losses) per share were 11,578,175 and 17,635,173 shares during the three months ended June 30, 2013 and 2012, respectively; and 12,452,263 shares during the three months ended March 31, 2013; and 12,015,219 and 13,395,935 shares during the six months ended June 30, 2013 and 2012, respectively. In any period during which the average market price of Nabors' common shares exceeds the exercise prices of these stock options and warrants, such stock options and warrants are included in our diluted earnings (losses) per share computation using the if-converted method of accounting. Restricted stock is included in our basic and diluted earnings (losses) per share computation using the two-class method of accounting in all periods because such stock is considered a participating security.

 

SOURCE Nabors Industries Ltd.

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