The Board of Directors of Helix Energy Solutions Group Inc (NYSE: HLX) have selected T. Mitch Little as a new director.
Little term as director will finish at Helix’s next Yearly Convention of Stockholders
Mr. Little, 58, functioned as Executive Vice President – Processes for Marathon Oil Corporation (NYSE: MRO) from August 2016 until his superannuation in December 2020, where he held complete accountability for all processes and growth actions.
Previous to that role Mr. Little functioned in a diversity of parts of developing leadership accountability at Marathon, counting Vice President – Conventional & Oil Sands Mining Assets.
Mr. Little joined Marathon in 1986 and has over 30 years’ knowledge in the oil business in numerous procedural, guiding and senior administration stations. Mr. Little beforehand functioned as the Chairman of the Oilfield Energy Center, a non-profit undertaking devoted to increasing consciousness of subsurface hydrocarbon vitality possessions and supporting worldwide stewardship in the groups that mature those possessions in a benign and ecologically accountable method. Mr. Little will function as a Class I administrator whose tenure will finish at Helix’s next Yearly Meeting of Stockholders.
Helix Reports a net loss of $13.7 million in Second Quarter
Helix Energy has borne a net loss of $13.7 million, or $0.09 per diluted share, for the second quarter of the current fiscal year. The net loss can be compared to net income of $5.5 million, or $0.04 per weakened share, for the second quarter of 2020. Helix has borne an Attuned EBITDA of $24.8 million for the second quarter 2021 which can be compared to $47.9 million for the second quarter of 2020.
Owen Kratz, President and Chief Executive Officer of Helix, quantified, “Our presentation in the second quarter 2021 imitated the cyclical augmented action in the North Sea in both our Well Involvement and Automation sections as well as sustained stable presentation by the Q7000 in Nigeria. Also obvious in our presentation is the confronted use and charges in the Gulf of Mexico as the Q5000 trundled off its long-term agreement and the influence of lesser charges on our short-term agreement leeway on the Siem Helix 1 in Brazil.”