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CGG: CGG Announces its 2020 Third Quarter Results

CGG
·25 min de lecture

CGG Announces its 2020 Third Quarter Results

Solid Q3 Adjusted EBITDAs performance

Business activity gradually resuming

PARIS, France – November 5, 2020CGG (ISIN: FR0013181864), a world leader in Geoscience, announced today its 2020 third quarter unaudited results.

Commenting on these results, Sophie Zurquiyah, CGG CEO, said:

“CGG markets stabilized in Q3 as large Independents and NOCs started to resume activity, mainly in their core areas. We are on track with the implementation of the cost reduction plan resulting in increased Adjusted EBITDAs. Our high-end technology significantly improves our client’s understanding of the subsurface and provides important insights to the prioritization of their energy investments. This, combined with our focus on mature basins and the technology vital for step-out exploration, development and production, provides CGG with a unique value proposition for our clients. We have been able to maintain market share in our core businesses throughout the year, and I have been pleased with our progress towards developing offerings in adjacent fields, including structural health monitoring, CCUS, geothermal and environmental geosciences.

Q3 2020: stable Revenue and increased Adjusted EBITDAs quarter-on-quarter



*Adjusted indicators represent supplementary information adjusted for non-recurring charges triggered by economic downturn.



Liquidity of $465m at the end of September 2020



Confirming 2020 Cash Capex and 2020 cost reduction measures**

**As mentioned on May 12, 2020, capex and cost reductions are the only two metrics for 2020 guidance provided by the company in current crisis environment





Sercel and Shearwater agreed to suspend negotiations on marine streamer JV



Due to the downturn in the oil & gas industry, triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic, CGG and Shearwater have jointly agreed to suspend negotiations around creating a marine streamer equipment JV until visibility in the streamer replacement cycle improves. Both parties continue to benefit from the marine acquisition partnership and remain committed to the establishment of its technology component to further their mually beneficial cooperation.


Key Figures - Third Quarter 2020

Key Figures IFRS - Quarter
In million $

2020
Q2

2020
Q3

Variances %

Operating revenues

239

178

(26)%

Operating Income

(32)

(43)

(32)%

Equity from Investment

0

0

-

Net cost of financial debt

(33)

(34)

4%

Other financial income (loss)

(36)

(12)

(67)%

Income taxes

(33)

1

103%

Net Income / Loss from continuing operations

(134)

(88)

34%

Net Income / Loss from discontinued operations

(13)

(5)

62%

Group net income / (loss)

(147)

(93)

37%

Operating Cash Flow

81

12

(85)%

Net Cash Flow

(77)

(92)

(20)%

Net debt

783

910

16%

Net debt before lease

626

749

20%

Capital employed

2,129

2,172

2%


Key Segment Figures - Third Quarter 2020

Key Segment Figures - Quarter
In million $

2020
Q2

2020
Q3

Variances %

Segment revenue

202

199

(1)%

Segment EBITDAs

68

52

(24)%

Group EBITDAs margin

34%

26%

(77) bps

Segment operating income

(53)

(38)

29%

Opinc margin

(26)%

(19)%

75 bps

IFRS 15 adjustment

21

(5)

(123)%

IFRS operating income

(32)

(43)

(32)%

Operating Cash Flow

81

12

(85)%

Net Segment Cash Flow

(77)

(92)

(20)%

Supplementary information

Adjusted segment EBITDAs before NRC

76

80

6%

EBITDAs margin

37%

40%

29 bps

Adjusted segment operating income before NRC

(5)

(4)

15%

Opinc margin

(2)%

(2)%

3 bps


Key Figures – 9 Months 2020

Key Figures IFRS - YTD
In million $

2019
Sept
YTD

2020
Sept
YTD

Variances %

Operating revenues

930

669

(28)%

Operating Income

169

(115)

-

Equity from Investment

0

0

-

Net cost of financial debt

(98)

(100)

(1)%

Other financial income (loss)

4

(42)

-

Income taxes

(11)

(37)

-

Net Income / Loss from continuing operations

63

(293)

-

Net Income / Loss from discontinued operations

(151)

(45)

70%

Group net income / (loss)

(87)

(338)

-

Operating Cash Flow

572

238

(58)%

Net Cash Flow

179

(152)

-

Net debt

732

910

24%

Net debt before leases

544

749

38%

Capital employed

2,312

2,172

(6)%


Key Segment Figures – 9 Months 2020

Key Segment Figures - YTD
In million $

2019
Sept
YTD

2020
Sept
YTD

Variances %

Segment revenue

1,004

672

(33)%

Segment EBITDAs

515

243

(53)%

Group EBITDAs margin

51%

36%

(152) bps

Segment operating income

175

(122)

-

Opinc margin

17%

(18)%

(356) bps

IFRS 15 adjustment

(6)

7

-

IFRS operating income

169

(115)

-

Operating Cash Flow

572

238

(58)%

Net Segment Cash Flow

179

(152)

-

Supplementary information

Adjusted segment EBITDAs before NRC

515

281

(46)%

Group EBITDAs margin

51%

42%

(96) bps

Adjusted segment operating income before NRC

175

32

(82)%

Opinc margin

17%

5%

(127) bps


Key figures bridge: Segment to IFRS - Third Quarter 2020

P&L items - Q3
In million $

Segment figures

IFRS 15 adjustment

IFRS figures

Total Revenue

199

(22)

178

OPINC

(38)

(5)

(43)

Cash Flow Statement items - Q3
In million $

Segment figures

IFRS 15 adjustment

IFRS figures

EBITDAs

52

(22)

30

Change in Working Capital & Provisions

(37)

22

(16)

Cash Provided by Operations

12

(0)

12

Multi-Client Data Library NBV
In million $

Segment figures

IFRS 15 adjustment

IFRS figures

Opening Balance Sheet, Mar 20

340

140

480

Closing Balance Sheet, Sept 20

345

154

499


Key figures bridge: Segment to IFRS – 9 Months 2020

P&L items - YTD
In million $

Segment figures

IFRS 15 adjustment

IFRS figures

Total Revenue

672

(3)

669

OPINC

(122)

7

(115)

Cash Flow Statement items - YTD
In million $

Segment figures

IFRS 15 adjustment

IFRS figures

EBITDAs

243

(3)

240

Change in Working Capital & Provisions

(1)

3

2

Cash Provided by Operations

238

(0)

238

Multi-Client Data Library NBV
In million $

Segment figures

IFRS 15 adjustment

IFRS figures

Opening Balance Sheet , Dec 19

376

155

531

Closing Balance Sheet , Sep 20

345

154

499

Third Quarter 2020 Segment Financial Results

Geology, Geophysics & Reservoir (GGR)

Geology, Geophysics & Reservoir (GGR)
In million $

2020
Q2

2020
Q3

Variances, %

Segment revenue

144

150

4%

Geoscience

83

77

(7)%

Multi-Client

62

73

18%

Prefunding

46

39

(15)%

After-Sales

15

34

120%

Segment EBITDAs

74

56

(24)%

EBITDAs Margin

51%

38%

(137) bps

Segment operating income

(39)

(25)

37%

OPINC Margin

(27)%

(16)%

106 bps

Equity from investments

0

0

-

Capital employed (in billion $)

1.7

1.7

1%

Supplementary information

Adjusted segment EBITDAs before NRC

81

85

6%

EBITDAs Margin

56%

57%

10 bps

Adjusted segment OPINC before NRC

9

10

7%

OPINC Margin

6%

7%

2 bps

Other Key Metrics

Multi-Client cash capex ($m)

(73)

(58)

(20)%

Multi-Client cash prefunding rate (%)

63%

68%

43 bps

GGR segment revenue was $150 million, up 4% quarter-on-quarter.

  • Geoscience revenue was $77 million, down (7)% quarter-on-quarter.

Despite the general slowdown of the economy and its effect on clients’ E&P spending, Geoscience activity remained resilient, down sequentially (7)% driven by sustained activity in the main large imaging centers, GeoSoftware and our dedicated processing centers.

Geoscience is adapting to lower demand as Q3 total production was down only (2)% sequentially.
Preservation of business continuity and profitability remains the focus. CGG’s Geoscience leading technology continues to be recognized by major clients. GeoSoftware continued to delivered innovation this quarter with new reservoir characterization cloud technology, and Smart Data Solutions business won significant data management contracts.

  • Multi-Client revenue was $73 million this quarter, up 18% quarter-on-quarter.

    • Prefunding revenue of our multi-client projects was $39 million, down (15)% quarter-on-quarter as multi-client cash capex was (20)% lower at $(58)m in Q3. Prefunding rate was 68%.

      We had four multi-client programs this quarter: three marine streamer surveys – Nebula in Brazil, Gippsland – in Australia and North Viking Graben in Norway, and one ocean bottom nodes survey in the UK North Sea.

    • Multi-client after-sales were at $34 million this quarter driven by Brazil and US Gulf of Mexico, up 120% quarter-on-quarter.

The segment library Net Book Value was $345 million ($499 million after IFRS 15 adjustments) at the end of September 2020, split 86% offshore and 14% onshore.

GGR segment EBITDAs was $56 million, with 38% margin.

GGR Adjusted segment EBITDAs $85 million with 57% margin before $(28) million of COVID-19 plan costs.

GGR segment operating income was $(25) million.

GGR Adjusted segment operating income was $10 million with 6% margin before $(35) million of non-recurring charges.

GGR capital employed was stable at $1.7 billion at the end of September 2020.

Equipment

Equipment
In million $

2020
Q2

2020
Q3

Variances, %

Segment revenue

58

50

(14)%

Land

45

31

(30)%

Marine

10

15

52%

Downhole gauges

3

2

(28)%

Non Oil & Gas

1

3

92%

Segment EBITDAs

0

(1)

-

EBITDAs margin

0%

(1)%

(18) bps

Segment operating income

(7)

(9)

(27)%

OPINC Margin

(12)%

(18)%

(51) bps

Capital employed (in billion $)

0.5

0.6

5%

Supplementary information

Adjusted segment EBITDAs before NRC

1

0

-

EBITDAs margin

2%

0%

(25) bps

Adjusted segment OPINC before NRC

(6)

(9)

(38)%

OPINC Margin

(11)%

(17)%

(58) bps

Equipment segment revenue was $50 million, down 14% quarter-on-quarter. External sales were $50 million.

  • Land equipment sales represented 62% of total sales, as we delivered in Q3 over 50 thousand 508XT channels mainly in Russia and India. Sercel also delivered its first land node WiNG system in North America.

  • Marine equipment sales represented 29% of total sales driven by spares sections sales of Sentinel streamers’ installed base.

  • Downhole equipment sales were $2 million and sales from non Oil & Gas equipment were $3 million

Equipment segment EBITDAs was $(1) million.

Equipment Adjusted segment EBITDAs was $0m before $(1) million of COVID-19 plan costs.

Equipment segment operating income was $(9) million.

Equipment Adjusted segment operating income $(9) million before $(0.5) million of non-recurring charges.

Equipment capital employed was up at $0.6 billion at the end of September 2020.

Third Quarter 2020 Financial Results

Consolidated Income Statements
In million $

2020
Q2

2020
Q3

Variances %

Exchange rate euro/dollar

1.10

1.17

6%

Segment revenue

202

199

(1)%

GGR

144

150

4%

Equipment

58

50

(14)%

Elim & Other

(1)

(1)

7%

Segment Gross Margin

24

27

13%

Segment EBITDAs

68

52

(24)%

GGR

81

85

6%

Equipment

1

0

-

Corporate

(6)

(5)

7%

Elim & Other

0

1

-

COVID-19 plan

(7)

(28)

-

Segment operating income

(53)

(38)

29%

GGR

9

10

7%

Equipment

(6)

(9)

(38)%

Corporate

(7)

(6)

8%

Elim & Other

(1)

1

-

Non recurring charges

(49)

(34)

31%

IFRS 15 adjustment

21

(5)

-

IFRS operating income

(32)

(43)

(32)%

Equity from investments

0

0

-

Net cost of financial debt

(33)

(34)

(4)%

Other financial income (loss)

1

(4)

-

Income taxes

(24)

1

104%

NRC (Tax & OFI)

(46)

(8)

83%

Net income / (loss) from continuing operations

(134)

(88)

34%

Net income / (loss) from discontinued operations

(13)

(5)

62%

IFRS net income / (loss)

(147)

(93)

37%

Shareholder's net income / (loss)

(147)

(93)

37%

Basic Earnings per share in $

(0.21)

(0.13)

37%

Basic Earnings per share in €

(0.19)

(0.11)

40%

Segment revenue was $199 million, stable quarter-on-quarter. The respective contributions from the Group’s businesses were 38% from Geoscience, 37% from Multi-Client (75% for the GGR segment) and 25% from Equipment.

Segment EBITDAs was $52 million and Adjusted* segment EBITDAs was $80 million before $(28) million of Covid-19 plan costs, up 6% sequentially, a 40% margin.

Segment operating income was $(38) million and Adjusted* segment operating income was $(4) million before $(34) million of non-recurring charges.

IFRS 15 adjustment at operating income level was $(5) million and IFRS operating income, after IFRS 15 adjustment, was $(43) million.

Cost of financial debt was $(34) million. The total amount of interest paid during the quarter was $(7) million.

Other Financial Items were $(12) million including $(8) million of non-recurring charges related to remeasurement of fair value of other financial assets and liabilities.

Taxes were at $1 million.

Net loss from continuing operations was $(88) million.

Discontinued operations

Correspond to the former Contractual Data Acquisition and Non-Operated Resources segments. Main aggregates are as follows:

- Q3 revenue from discontinued operations was $6 million.

- Net loss from discontinued operations was $(5) million this quarter.

- Net Cash flow from discontinued operations was $7 million before Plan 2021

Group net loss was $(93) million.

After minority interests, Group net loss attributable to CGG shareholders was $(93) million/ €(79) million.

Adjusted Net loss from continuing operations, excluding $(41) million of non-recurring charges, was $(47) million.

Global economic crisis, triggered by Covid-19 pandemic and unprecedented drop in oil price and E&P spending lead CGG to launch cost reduction actions («Covid-19 plan») and recognize other non-recurring charges. $(41) million of non-recurring charges were booked during the third quarter of 2020:

  • $(28) million of severance costs

  • $(6) million of non-cash fair value remeasurement of assets available for sale

  • $(8) million of non-cash remeasurement of other financial assets and liabilities mainly related to Marine Acquisition exit transaction

Non-recurring charges (in m$)

Q3 2020

Operational costs provisions

(28)

Multi-client library Impairment

Asset impairment

(6)

Goodwill impairment

Other Financial Items (OFI) adjustment

(8)

Deferred Tax Assets impairment

Total

(41)

Third Quarter 2020 Cash Flow

Cash Flow items
In million $

2020
Q2

2020
Q3

Variances %

Segment Operating Cash Flow

81

12

(85)%

CAPEX

(89)

(71)

(20)%

Industrial

(4)

(5)

21%

R&D

(12)

(8)

(33)%

Multi-Client (Cash)

(73)

(58)

(20)%

Marine MC

(62)

(56)

(9)%

Land MC

(11)

(2)

(84)%

Proceeds from disposals of assets

0

0

-

Segment Free Cash Flow

(8)

(59)

-

Lease repayments

(15)

(15)

1%

Paid Cost of debt

(32)

(7)

78%

Plan 2021

(22)

(19)

15%

Free cash flow from discontinued operations

0

7

-

Net Cash flow

(77)

(92)

(20)%

Financing cash flow

0

(5)

-

Forex and other

(1)

16

-

Net increase/(decrease) in cash

(78)

(81)

(4)%

Supplementary information

Change in working capital and provisions, included in Segment Operating Cash Flow

15

(37)

-

COVID-19 plan Cash

(3)

(7)

-

Segment Free Cash Flow before COVID-19 plan

(5)

(52)

-

Total capex was $(71) million, down (20)% quarter-on-quarter:

  • Industrial capex was $(5) million,

  • Research & Development capex was $(8) million,

  • Multi-client cash capex was $(58) million, down (20)% quarter-on-quarter

Segment Free Cash Flow, including $(37) million change in working capital and $(7)m of non-recurring severance cash costs, was $(59) million.

After $(15) million lease repayments, $(7) million paid cost of debt, $(19) million 2021 plan cash costs and $7 million free cash flow from discontinued operations, Net Cash Flow was $(92) million.

First 9 months 2020 Financial Results

Consolidated Income Statements
In million $

2019
Sept
YTD

2020
Sept
YTD

Variances %

Exchange rate euro/dollar

1.13

1.12

(0)%

Segment revenue

1,004

672

(33)%

GGR

685

492

(28)%

Equipment

329

183

(44)%

Elim & Other

(9)

(2)

74%

Segement Gross Margin

284

124

(57)%

Segment EBITDAs

515

243

(53)%

GGR

463

289

(37)%

Equipment

74

9

(88)%

Corporate

(21)

(17)

19%

Elim & Other

0

0

-

COVID-19 plan

0

(38)

-

Segment operating income

175

(122)

-

GGR

148

66

(55)%

Equipment

51

(15)

-

Corporate

(23)

(19)

17%

Elim & Other

0

(0)

-

Non-recurring charges

0

(154)

-

IFRS 15 adjustment

(6)

7

-

IFRS operating income

169

(115)

-

Equity from investments

0

0

-

Net cost of financial debt

(98)

(100)

1%

Other financial income (loss)

4

3

(21)%

Income taxes

(11)

(28)

-

NRC (Tax & OFI)

-

(53)

-

Net income / (loss) from continuing operations

63

(293)

-

Net income / (loss) from discontinued operations

(151)

(45)

70%

IFRS net income / (loss)

(87)

(338)

-

Shareholder's net income / (loss)

(94)

(340)

-

Basic Earnings per share in $

(0.13)

(0.48)

-

Basic Earnings per share in €

(0.12)

(0.43)

-

Segment revenue was $672 million, down (33)% compared to last year. The respective contributions from the Group’s businesses were 38% from Geoscience, 35% from Multi-Client (73% for the GGR segment) and 27% from Equipment.

GGR segment revenue was $492 million, down (28)% year-on-year

  • Geoscience revenue was $253 million, down (9)% year-on-year and more resilient mainly due to backlog.

  • Multi-Client sales were $239 million, down (41)% year-on-year.

    • Prefunding revenue was $143 million, down (9)% year-on-year. Multi-Client cash capex was $(198) million, up 29% year-on-year and cash prefunding rate was 72%.

    • After-sales were $96 million, down (62)% year-on-year, including large one-off transfer fees in Q3 2019.

Equipment revenue was $183 million, down (44)% year-on-year with a drop in equipment market triggered by the Covid-19 crisis.

Segment EBITDAs was $243 million and Adjusted segment EBITDAs was $281 million, before $(38) million of Covid-19 plan costs, down 46% year-on-year, a 42% margin.

GGR adjusted EBITDA margin was at 59% and Equipment adjusted EBITDA margin at 4%.

Segment operating income was $(122) million and Adjusted segment operating income, was $32 million, before $(154) million of non-recurring charges.

IFRS 15 adjustment at operating income level was $7 million and IFRS operating income, after IFRS 15 adjustment, was $(115) million.

Cost of financial debt was $(100) million. The total amount of interest paid during the first 9 months 2020 was $(47) million.

Other Financial Items were $(42) million, including $(45) million of non-recurring charges related to remeasurement of fair value of other financial assets and liabilities.

Taxes were at $(28) million.

Net loss from continuing operations was $(293) million.

Discontinued operations

Correspond to the former Contractual Data Acquisition and Non-Operated Resources segments. Main aggregates are as follows:

-First 9 months 2020 revenue from discontinued operations was $25 million.

-Net loss from discontinued operations was $(45) million.

-Net Cash flow from discontinued operations was $17 million before Plan 2021.

Group net loss was $(338) million.

After minority interests, Group loss attributable to CGG shareholders was $(340) million/ €(302) million.

Adjusted Net Loss from continuing operations, excluding $(207) million non-recurring charges, was $(86) million.

Global economic crisis, triggered by Covid-19 pandemic and unprecedented drop in oil price and E&P spending lead CGG to launch cost reduction actions and recognize other non-recurring charges. $(207) million of non-recurring charges were booked during the first 9 months of 2020:

  • $(38) million severance cash costs related to Covid-19 plan

  • $(69) million non-cash impairment of the multi-client library

  • $(23) million non-cash fair value remeasurement of GeoSoftware business available for sale

  • $(24) million non-cash goodwill impairment related to GeoConsulting business mainly focused on exploration and appraisal

  • $(45) million non-cash remeasurement of other financial assets and liabilities mainly related to Marine Acquisition exit transaction

  • $(9) million non-cash impairment of Deferred Tax Assets

Non-recurring charges (in m$)

9 months 2020

Operational costs provisions

(38)

Multi-client library Impairment

(69)

Asset impairment

(23)

Goodwill impairment

(24)

Other Financial Items (OFI) adjustment

(45)

Deferred Tax Assets impairment

(9)

Total

(207)

First 9 months 2020 Cash Flow

Cash Flow items
(in m$)

2019
Sept
YTD

2020
Sept
YTD

Variances %

Segment Operating Cash Flow

572

238

(58)%

CAPEX

(205)

(248)

21%

Industrial

(28)

(18)

(36)%

R&D

(24)

(32)

31%

Multi-Client (Cash)

(153)

(198)

29%

Marine MC

(131)

(169)

29%

Land MC

(22)

(29)

30%

Proceeds from disposals of assets

0

0

-

Segment Free Cash Flow

367

(9)

-

Lease repayments

(41)

(44)

(6)%

Paid Cost of debt

(47)

(47)

2%

Plan 2021

(65)

(69)

(7)%

Free cash flow from discontinued operations

(35)

17

-

Net Cash flow

179

(152)

-

Financing cash flow

0

(5)

-

Forex and other

(18)

11

-

Net increase/(decrease) in cash

161

(146)

-

Supplementary information

Change in working capital and provisions, included in Segment Operating Cash Flow

77

(1)

-

COVID-19 plan Cash

-

(11)

-

Segment Free Cash Flow before COVID-19 plan

367

1

-

Segment Operating Cash Flow was $238 million compared to $572 million for the first nine months of 2019, a (58)% decrease year-on-year.

Capex was $(248) million, up 21% year-on-year:

  • Industrial capex was $(18) million, down (36)% year-on-year,

  • Research & Development capex was $(32) million, up 31% year-on-year,

  • Multi-client cash capex was $(198) million, up 29% year-on-year.

Including negative change in working capital of $(1) million and $(11) million of COVID-19 plan severance cash costs, Segment Free Cash Flow before lease repayments was at $(9) million.

After lease repayments of $(44) million, payment of interest expenses of $(47) million, CGG 2021 Plan cash costs of $(69) million and positive free cash flow from discontinued operations of $17 million, Group Net Cash Flow was $(152) million.

Balance Sheet

Group gross debt before IFRS 16 was $1,213 million at the end of September 2020 and net debt was $749 million.

Group gross debt after IFRS 16 was $1,375 million at the end of September 2020 and net debt was $910 million.

Group’s liquidity amounted to $465 million at the end of September 2020.


Q3 2020 Conference call

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CGG (www.cgg.com) is a global geoscience technology leader. Employing around 4,000 people worldwide, CGG provides a comprehensive range of data, products, services and equipment that supports the discovery and responsible management of the Earth’s natural resources. CGG is listed on the Euronext Paris SA (ISIN: 0013181864).

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CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

September 30, 2020

Unaudited Interim Consolidated statements of operations

Nine months ended September 30,

(In millions of US$, except per share data)

2020

2019

Operating revenues

668.9

930.1

Other income from ordinary activities

0.5

0.5

Total income from ordinary activities

669.4

930.6

Cost of operations

(538.4)

(652.3)

Gross profit

131.0

278.3

Research and development expenses - net

(12.9)

(17.9)

Marketing and selling expenses

(25.2)

(34.3)

General and administrative expenses

(52.9)

(54.0)

Other revenues (expenses) - net

(154.8)

(2.9)

Operating income (loss)

(114.8)

169.2

Expenses related to financial debt

(101.6)

(100.8)

Income provided by cash and cash equivalents

1.9

2.5

Cost of financial debt, net

(99.7)

(98.3)

Other financial income (loss)

(41.8)

3.5

Income (loss) before incomes taxes

(256.3)

74.4

Income taxes

(36.8)

(11.2)

Net income (loss) from consolidated companies before share of income (loss) in companies accounted for under the equity method

(293.1)

63.2

Share of income (loss) in companies accounted for under the equity method

0.1

(0.1)

Net income (loss) from continuing operations

(293.0)

63.1

Net income (loss) from discontinued operations

(45.0)

(150.5)

Net income (loss)

(338.0)

(87.4)

Attributable to :

Owners of CGG S.A

(339.6)

(94.2)

Non-controlling interests

1.6

6.8

Net income (loss) per share

Basic

(0.48)

(0.13)

Diluted

(0.48)

(0.13)

Net income (loss) from continuing operations per share

Basic

(0.41)

0.08

Diluted

(0.41)

0.08

Net income (loss) from discontinued operations per share

Basic

(0.06)

(0.21)

Diluted

(0.06)

(0.21)

Unaudited Consolidated statements of financial position

(In millions of US$)

September 30, 2020

December 31, 2019

ASSETS

Cash and cash equivalents

464.5

610.5

Trade accounts and notes receivable, net

259.0

436.0

Inventories and work-in-progress, net

236.9

200.1

Income tax assets

86.2

84.9

Other current assets, net

84.9

116.7

Assets held for sale, net

134.3

316.6

Total current assets

1,265.8

1,764.8

Deferred tax assets

10.7

19.7

Investments and other financial assets, net

33.9

27.4

Investments in companies under the equity method

3.6

3.0

Property, plant and equipment, net

278.9

300.0

Intangible assets, net

654.5

690.8

Goodwill, net

1,181.5

1,206.9

Total non-current assets

2,163.1

2,247.8

TOTAL ASSETS

3,428.9

4,012.6

LIABILITIES AND EQUITY

Financial debt – current portion

73.4

59.4

Trade accounts and notes payables

83.0

117.4

Accrued payroll costs

123.1

156.6

Income taxes payable

73.0

59.3

Advance billings to customers

22.3

36.9

Provisions — current portion

55.5

50.0

Other current financial liabilities

37.0

Other current liabilities

230.9

327.3

Liabilities directly associated with the assets classified as held for sale

8.1

259.2

Total current liabilities

706.3

1,066.1

Deferred tax liabilities

15.8

10.4

Provisions — non-current portion

48.0

58.1

Financial debt – non-current portion

1,301.1

1,266.6

Other non-current financial liabilities

47.9

Other non-current liabilities

47.8

4.0

Total non-current liabilities

1,460.6

1,339.1

Common stock: 1,194,086,134 shares authorized and 711,324,363 shares with a €0.01 nominal value outstanding at September 30, 2020

8.7

8.7

Additional paid-in capital

1,687.1

3,184.7

Retained earnings

(371.9)

(1,531.1)

Other Reserves

(33.1)

(23.5)

Treasury shares

(20.1)

(20.1)

Cumulative income and expense recognized directly in equity

(0.8)

(0.7)

Cumulative translation adjustment

(48.9)

(56.3)

Equity attributable to owners of CGG S.A.

1,221.0

1,561.7

Non-controlling interests

41.0

45.7

Total equity

1,262.0

1,607.4

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY

3,428.9

4,012.6

Unaudited Consolidated statements of cash flows

Nine months ended September 30,

(In millions of US$)

2020

2019

OPERATING

Net income (loss)

(338.0)

(87.4)

Less: Net income (loss) from discontinued operations

(45.0)

(150.5)

Net income (loss) from continuing operations

(293.0)

63.1

Depreciation, amortization and impairment

136.5

98.0

Multi-client surveys impairment and amortization

227.4

175.6

Depreciation and amortization capitalized in Multi-client surveys

(13.2)

(5.9)

Variance on provisions

22.5

1.7

Share-based compensation expenses

3.9

4.0

Net (gain) loss on disposal of fixed and financial assets

(0.1)

Equity (income) loss of investees

(0.1)

0.1

Dividends received from investments in companies under the equity method

Other non-cash items

41.8

(2.8)

Net cash-flow including net cost of financial debt and income tax

125.8

333.7

Less : net cost of financial debt

99.7

98.3

Less : income tax expense (gain)

36.8

11.2

Net cash-flow excluding net cost of financial debt and income tax

262.3

443.2

Income tax paid

(3.4)

(19.3)

Net cash-flow before changes in working capital

258.9

423.9

Changes in working capital

(20.5)

148.5

- change in trade accounts and notes receivable

70.6

199.6

- change in inventories and work-in-progress

(34.8)

(17.7)

- change in other current assets

(6.1)

(13.8)

- change in trade accounts and notes payable

(14.9)

(1.8)

- change in other current liabilities

(35.3)

(17.8)

Net cash-flow provided by operating activities

238.4

572.4

INVESTING

Total capital expenditures (including variation of fixed assets suppliers, excluding Multi-client surveys)

(49.8)

(52.3)

Investment in Multi-client surveys, net cash

(198.0)

(153.2)

Proceeds from disposals of tangible and intangible assets

0.3

(0.1)

Total net proceeds from financial assets

Acquisition of investments, net of cash and cash equivalents acquired

(0.4)

Variation in loans granted

Variation in subsidies for capital expenditures

Variation in other non-current financial assets

12.0

0.6

Net cash-flow used in investing activities

(235.9)

(205.0)


Nine months ended September 30,

(In millions of US$)

2020

2019

FINANCING

Repayment of long-term debt

(5.2)

Total issuance of long-term debt

Lease repayments

(43.6)

(41.1)

Change in short-term loans

0.1

Financial expenses paid

(46.5)

(47.5)

Net proceeds from capital increase:

— from shareholders

— from non-controlling interests of integrated companies

Dividends paid and share capital reimbursements:

— to shareholders

— to non-controlling interests of integrated companies

(7.2)

(3.8)

Acquisition/disposal from treasury shares

Net cash-flow provided by (used in) financing activities

(102.5)

(92.3)

Effects of exchange rates on cash

6.5

(14.5)

Impact of changes in consolidation scope

Net cash flows incurred by discontinued operations

(52.5)

(99.1)

Net increase (decrease) in cash and cash equivalents

(146.0)

161.5

Cash and cash equivalents at beginning of year

610.5

434.1

Cash and cash equivalents at end of period

464.5

595.6

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