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McDermott Reports Third Quarter 2019 Results

Backlog remains strong at $20.1 billion, and revenue opportunity pipeline remains robust at $89.1 billion

Net loss for Q3 2019 driven by asset impairments and project charges

Continuing collaborative effort with lenders and noteholders to achieve a long-term balance sheet solution

HOUSTON, Nov. 4, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- McDermott International, Inc. (MDR) today reported revenues of $2.1 billion, a net loss of $1.9 billion, or $(10.37) per diluted share, and an operating loss of $1.7 billion for the third quarter of 2019.  The net loss was due primarily to non-cash accounting charges of  $1.5 billion related to impairments of goodwill and intangible assets and $256 million of changes in project gross profit on specified projects identified in a covenant of our new Superpriority Credit Agreement.  

Operationally, four of our five operating segments reported solid performance during the third quarter, led by the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), which reported operating income of $69 million and an operating margin of 13.3%, both sharply improved from the second quarter of 2019. Additionally, we reported backlog of $20.1 billion, new awards of $1.7 billion and a revenue opportunity pipeline of a near-record $89.1 billion for the third quarter of 2019.

David Dickson, President and Chief Executive Officer of McDermott, said: "We experienced continued strong backlog, with several significant customer project awards, including the Ichthys Phase 2a Gas Field Development Project in Australia, which we developed in conjunction with our integrated subsea-solutions partner, Baker Hughes, as well as a large LNG tank project on the U.S. Gulf Coast.  We also achieved solid operating results in our MENA, Asia Pacific (APAC), Europe, Africa, Russia and Caspian (EARC) and Technology segments.  At the same time, our capital structure continues to be pressured by certain legacy CB&I projects.  Our recently announced $1.7 billion financing agreement with our lenders signals their confidence in our underlying business.  We continue working with them to achieve a long-term balance sheet solution as we remain focused on delivering value for our customers, employees, subcontractors, and suppliers." 

Capital Structure and Liquidity

As announced on October 21, 2019, we have obtained a $1.7 billion financing agreement from certain of our first-lien lenders, of which $650 million has been accessed. 

We elected to enter into the 30-day grace period with respect to a November 1, 2019 interest payment on our 10.625% senior notes due in 2024 in order to continue collaborative discussions with our lenders and noteholders to find a long-term balance sheet solution.

Third Quarter 2019 Operating Performance

Our adjusted operating loss in the third quarter of 2019 was $125 million.  The solid performance of our MENA, APAC, EARC and Technology segments was more than offset by the $256 million of changes in project gross profit on specified projects identified in a covenant of our new Superpriority Credit Agreement. 

Our operating loss of $1.7 billion was primarily due to the $1.5 billion goodwill and intangible assets impairments in addition to the $256 million of changes in project gross profit on specified projects. The goodwill impairment of $1.4 billion primarily resulted from updates to the 2019 management budget and increases in discount rate assumptions driven by increases in our cost of capital and risk premium assumptions associated with forecasted cash flows. The intangible assets impairment of $0.1 billion primarily resulted from a reduction in the estimated remaining useful life of the trade names associated with our NCSA segment, causing a decrease in future attributable cash flow expectations.

Financial Highlights





Three months Ended



Delta



Nine months Ended



Delta



Sep 30,
2019



Sep 30,
2018



Qtr-on-Qtr



Sep 30,
2019



Sep 30,
2018



YTD-on-YTD



($ in millions, except per share amounts)


Revenues

$

2,121



$

2,289



$

(168)



$

6,469



$

4,632



$

1,837


Operating (Loss) Income


(1,684)




129




(1,813)




(1,732)




242




(1,974)


Operating Margin


-79.4

%



5.6

%



-85.0

%



-26.8

%



5.2

%



-32.0

%

Net (Loss) Income


(1,887)




2




(1,889)




(2,103)




84




(2,187)


Diluted EPS1


(10.37)




0.01




(10.38)




(11.62)




0.60




(12.22)


Total Intangibles Amortization2


31




68




(37)




100




90




10


























Adjusted Operating (Loss)
Income3


(125)




232




(357)




32




483




(451)


Adjusted Operating Margin3


-5.9

%



10.1

%



-16.0

%



0.5

%



10.4

%



-9.9

%

Adjusted Net (Loss) Income3,4


(328)




89




(417)




(339)




197




(536)


Adjusted Diluted EPS1,3,4


(1.80)




0.20




(2.00)




(1.87)




1.28




(3.15)


Adjusted EBITDA3


(71)




275




(346)




205




586




(381)


























Cash (Used) Provided by
Operating Activities


(114)




(221)




107




(563)




214




(777)


Capital Expenditures


32




19




13




65




62




3


Free Cash Flow3


(146)




(240)




94




(628)




152




(780)


























Working Capital5


(2,050)




(1,915)




(135)




(2,050)




(1,915)




(135)




1

Diluted (Loss) Earnings Per Share ("EPS") and Adjusted Diluted EPS were calculated using weighted average diluted shares of 182 million and 181 million for the three months ended September 30, 2019 and 2018, respectively, and weighted average diluted shares of 181 million and 141 million for the nine months ended September 30, 2019 and 2018, respectively.

2

Total intangibles amortization includes the sum of project-related intangibles amortization, other intangibles amortization and amortization of intangible assets resulting from investments in unconsolidated affiliates, all of which are associated with the intangible assets and liabilities acquired in the business combination with CB&I (the "Combination").

3

Adjusted operating (loss) income, adjusted operating margin, adjusted net (loss) income, adjusted diluted EPS and adjusted EBITDA reflect adjustments to Operating Income and Net Income computed in accordance with U.S. generally accepted accounting principles ("GAAP"). The reconciliations of these non-GAAP measures, as well as free cash flow, to the respective most comparable GAAP measures are provided in the appendix entitled "Reconciliation of Non-GAAP to GAAP Financial Measures."

4

The calculations of adjusted net (loss) income and adjusted diluted EPS reflect the tax effects of non-GAAP adjustments during each applicable period. In jurisdictions in which we currently do not pay taxes, no tax impact is applied to non-GAAP adjusting items.

5

Working capital = (current assets, less cash and cash equivalents, restricted cash and project-related intangibles) – (current liabilities, less debt and project-related intangible liabilities).

Asset Sales

We continue to pursue the previously announced strategic alternatives process for our Lummus Technology business and the sale process for the remaining portion of our pipe fabrication business.  As previously announced, we decided to terminate the sale process for our industrial storage tank business.

Cash and Liquidity

Cash used by operating activities in the third quarter of 2019 was $(114) million. Total unrestricted cash at the end of the third quarter, prior to receipt of the first tranche of the $1.7 billion financing agreement, was $677 million. As of September 30, 2019, we had approximately $754 million of combined availability under our principal letter of credit facilities, uncommitted bilateral letter of credit facilities and surety arrangements.  Our uncommitted bilateral letter of credit and surety arrangements, totaling $724 million of the combined availability at September 30, 2019, are agreed to by the facility counterparties on a case by case basis based upon their consideration of the beneficiary, financial or performance guarantee amount, and term of the guarantee, among other factors.  Our uncommitted bilateral credit facility and surety bond providers have no obligation to issue letters of credit or bank guarantees, or to post surety bonds, on our behalf, and they may be able to demand that we provide them with cash or other collateral to backstop these liabilities.   Our Credit Agreement, as amended on October 21, 2019, does not require testing of any financial covenants for the period ending September 30, 2019.

Reporting Segment Update

Our segment reporting is presented as: North, Central and South America, or NCSA; Europe, Africa, Russia and Caspian, or EARC; Middle East and North Africa, or MENA; Asia Pacific, or APAC; and Technology, or TECH.  We also report results for Corporate. Segment and Corporate results are summarized below.

Segment Financial Highlights



Three Months Ended Sep 30, 2019



Segment Operating Results











NCSA



EARC



MENA



APAC



TECH



Corporate



Total



($ in millions)


New Orders

$

581



$

-



$

446



$

468



$

164



$

-



$

1,659


Backlog1


7,614




3,782




6,464




1,632




592



-




20,084


Revenues


1,090




248




520




125




138



-




2,121


Book-to-Bill


0.5

x



0.0

x



0.9

x



3.7

x



1.2

x



-




0.8

x

Operating (Loss) Income


(1,405)




(250)




69




1




30




(129)




(1,684)


Operating Margin


-128.9

%



-100.8

%



13.3

%



0.8

%



21.7

%



-




-79.4

%





























Adjusted Operating (Loss)
Income2


(152)




10




69




1




30




(83)




(125)


Adjusted Operating Margin2


-13.9

%



4.0

%



13.3

%



0.8

%



21.7

%



-




-5.9

%

Capex


1




1




3




1




1




25




32



Note: All amounts have been rounded to the nearest million.  Individual line items may not sum to totals as a result of rounding.

1

Our backlog is equal to our Remaining Performance Obligations (RPOs) as determined in accordance with U.S. GAAP.

2

Adjusted Operating Income (Loss) and Margin, by segment, are non-GAAP measures. Reconciliations to the most comparable GAAP measures are provided in the appendix entitled "Reconciliation of Segment Non-GAAP to GAAP Financial Measures."

 

Product Offering Financial Highlights



Three Months Ended Sep 30, 2019



Offshore &
Subsea



LNG



Downstream



Power



Total



($ in millions)


New Orders

$

956



$

390



$

292



$

21



$

1,659


Backlog


9,070




6,563




4,122




329




20,084


Revenues


728




334




854




205




2,121


North, Central and South America (NCSA)

Revenues of $1.1 billion were primarily driven by the Cameron LNG, Freeport LNG, Total Ethane Cracker and Entergy power projects.  Additional contributors were the Golden Pass LNG, Borstar Bay3 petrochemical and BP Cassia C offshore projects.   The operating loss of $1.4 billion was primarily due to the goodwill and intangible assets impairments of $1.3 billion.  The adjusted operating loss of $152 million was impacted by $220 million of changes in project gross profit on specified NCSA projects identified in a covenant of our new Superpriority Credit Agreement.  Operating results for the third quarter included $90 million of incentives recognized on the Cameron project and close-out improvements and settlements of claims on our substantially completed projects. 

Significant operational achievements and milestones were achieved during the third quarter. The Freeport LNG project achieved initial production on Train 1 and has loaded three tankers to date; substantial completion is expected in the fourth quarter of 2019. The Cameron LNG project achieved Phase 1 substantial completion, and Trains 2 and 3 are progressing on schedule, including Train 2 pipe installation and testing.  The Golden Pass LNG project progress included the commencement of initial ground preparation. The Total Ethane Cracker project achieved an important milestone with the installation of all cracking heaters. The Duke Energy Asheville power project achieved key milestones as both power blocks have now completed steam blows, and project completion is estimated to be the middle of the fourth quarter of 2019. Finally, the Abkatun offshore project was accepted by Pemex in early October, and platform operations have been fully assumed by the customer.

Europe, Africa, Russia and Caspian (EARC)

Revenues of $248 million were primarily driven by progress on the Total Tyra, Lukoil, Afipsky, Tortue and Mozambique LNG projects. The operating loss of $250 million was primarily due to a goodwill impairment of $260 million.  Adjusted operating income of $10 million was favorably impacted by a scope amendment on the Afipsky refinery project in Russia.

Early engineering and procurement progress was made during the third quarter on the Mozambique LNG contract awarded in the second quarter, and the EPC team has been mobilized to the job site.   We believe our execution of this project will continue to demonstrate our ability to deliver comprehensive EPC solutions for world-scale LNG developments. Other key operational achievements in the third quarter included the Orpic Liwa JV achieving a safety milestone of 60 million-man hours without a lost-time incident.  In addition, our Brno office completed its ISO recertification.

Middle East and North Africa (MENA)

MENA reported revenues of $520 million and operating income and margin of $69 million and 13.3%, respectively. Key contributors to revenues and operating income were primarily the Saudi Aramco Safaniya Phase 5 and 6, Marjan TP10, NFPS and NFE jackets, LTA II, 3 CRPOs, QP Bul Hanine, ADNOC Crude Flexibility, SASREF and Liwa projects.

The ADNOC Crude Flexibility project is on schedule with the commencement of critical equipment deliveries; isometric production has started to support the piping program, and teams have mobilized to the site with first tank courses being erected. The SASREF MMG Light project has recovered from earlier construction delays, and start-up of the refinery is expected in November, achieving 3 million man-hours without a lost-time incident.  Following the September 2019 attacks on the Abqaiq oil processing facility in Saudi Arabia, we mobilized an emergency response team to assess requirements and immediately carried out repairs to damaged spheroid vessels. 

Asia Pacific (APAC)

APAC reported revenues of $125 million and operating income and margin of $1 million and 0.8%, respectively. Revenues were primarily driven by the Pan Malaysia, SVDN, ONGC SURF 98/2 and Reliance KDG6 projects.  Operating income was driven by progress on various active projects, project closeouts and higher utilization of engineering offices, partially offset by lower vessel productivity.

During the third quarter, the DB30 vessel continued its strong performance, with the execution of various pipelines as well as the successful completion of the transport, launch and installation of the Sao Vang Jacket for Idemitsu/PTSC, enabling the customer to commence drilling work. The Reliance KGD6 and the ONGC98/2 projects are preparing to mobilize various marine assets for offshore installation with active utilization through the end of 2019. The INPEX ICHTHYS project Phase 2a has successfully commenced with mobilization of key personnel.  Fabrication activities at both Batam, Indonesia and QMW, China continue to intensify, with both facilities ramping up resources to support international works from the MENA, NCSA and EARC segments. Onshore activity remained steady, with the JG Summit Tanks scope being executed in the Philippines. As of the end of the third quarter of 2019, the project had achieved 1.4 million man-hours without a lost-time incident, and it remains on schedule to complete in the third quarter of 2020.

Technology (TECH)

TECH reported revenues of $138 million and operating income and margin of $30 million and 21.7%, respectively.  Revenues were driven by licensing and propriety supply in the petrochemicals and refining markets, including catalyst. Operating income was driven by catalyst shipments, execution progress, earned fees and process performance.

Other key achievements during the third quarter included 1) being awarded a large master licensor contract by Amiral, including license, basic engineering package, extended basic engineering, training, technical services and supply of proprietary equipment, for what will be one of the world's largest mixed feed crackers; 2) being nominated as one of the top finalists by Hydrocarbon Processing magazine as best EPC/Licensor of the Year and best Petrochemical Technology; 3)  remaining on pace for a potential  record year in terms of the number of awarded projects; 4) continuing to make progress on the potential JDA TC2C™ (Thermal Crude to Chemicals) project with Aramco, with first implementation award expected in the fourth quarter of  2019 and with additional deployments under study; and 5) receiving a contract award for TECH's first license sale related to an alpha-methylstyrene unit, adding another technology to the TECH portfolio.

Corporate

Corporate expenses include various corporate and other non-operating activities. Corporate expense in the third quarter of 2019 was $129 million, mainly attributable to: selling, general, administrative and other expenses of $20 million; $60 million of unallocated operating costs; $14 million of restructuring and integration costs; $14 million of transaction-related costs associated with the sale process for the remaining portion of the pipe fabrication business and the now-terminated effort to sell the storage tank business and fees paid to external advisors retained to help us evaluate strategic and capital structure alternatives; and $18 million for vessel and other marine assets impairment due to underutilization. 

Revenue Opportunity Pipeline

Our revenue opportunity pipeline consists of Backlog, Bids & Change Orders Outstanding and Target Projects, which are those projects we expect to be awarded in the market in the next five quarters. We define Backlog as Remaining Performance Obligations (RPOs) as determined in accordance with GAAP.

At the end of the third quarter of 2019, our revenue opportunity pipeline was approximately $89.1 billion, primarily driven by MENA and NCSA with continuing momentum in the offshore/subsea, downstream and LNG markets.

Revenue Opportunity Pipeline

As of



Sep 30, 2019



Jun 30, 2019



Mar 31,
2019



Dec 31, 2018



Sep 30, 2018



($ in billions)


Backlog

$

20.1



$

20.5



$

15.4



$

10.9



$

11.5


Bids & Change Orders Outstanding1


11.8




15.6




17.7




20.3




20.7


Targets2


57.2




54.1




58.0




61.9




48.1


Total


89.1




90.2




91.1




93.1




80.3










































Revenue Opportunity Pipeline by
Segment

As of Sep 30, 2019



NCSA



EARC



MENA



APAC



TECH



Total



($ in billions)


Backlog

$

7.6



$

3.8



$

6.5



$

1.6



$

0.6



$

20.1


Bids & Change Orders Outstanding1


2.4




4.7




1.9




2.8




-




11.8


Targets2


17.6




3.1




26.3




8.4




1.8




57.2


Total


27.6




11.6




34.7




12.8




2.4




89.1



Note: All amounts have been rounded to the nearest tenth of a billion. Individual line items may not sum to totals as a result of rounding.

1

There is no assurance that bids outstanding will be awarded to us or that outstanding change orders ultimately will be approved and paid by the applicable customers in the full amounts requested or at all.

2

Target projects are those that we have identified as anticipated to be awarded by customers or prospective customers in the next five quarters through competitive bidding processes and are capable of being performed by us. There is no assurance that target projects will be awarded to us or at all.

About McDermott

McDermott is a premier, fully integrated provider of technology, engineering and construction solutions to the energy industry. For more than a century, customers have trusted McDermott to design and build end-to-end infrastructure and technology solutions to transport and transform oil and gas into the products the world needs today. Our proprietary technologies, integrated expertise and comprehensive solutions deliver certainty, innovation and added value to energy projects around the world. Customers rely on McDermott to deliver certainty to the most complex projects, from concept to commissioning. It is called the "One McDermott Way." Operating in over 54 countries, McDermott's locally focused and globally integrated resources include approximately 32,000 employees and engineers, a diversified fleet of specialty marine construction vessels and fabrication facilities around the world. To learn more, visit www.mcdermott.com

Non-GAAP Measures

This communication includes several "non-GAAP" financial measures as defined under Regulation G of the U.S. Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended. We report our financial results in accordance with GAAP but believe that certain non-GAAP financial measures provide useful supplemental information to investors regarding the underlying business trends and performance of our ongoing operations and are useful for period-over-period comparisons of those operations. The forecast non-GAAP measures we have presented in this communication include forecast EBITDA, adjusted operating income (loss), adjusted operating income margin, adjusted net income, adjusted diluted EPS, free cash flow, EBITDA and adjusted EBITDA. We believe these forward-looking financial measures are within reasonable measure.

Non-GAAP measures include adjusted operating income (loss), adjusted operating margin, adjusted net income (loss), adjusted diluted EPS, free cash flow, EBITDA and adjusted EBITDA, in each case excluding the impacts of certain identified items. The excluded items represent items that our management does not consider to be representative of our normal operations. We believe that these metrics are useful for investors to review, because they provide more consistent measures of the underlying financial results of our ongoing business and, in our management's view, allow for a supplemental comparison against historical results and expectations for future performance. Furthermore, our management uses each of these metrics as measures of the performance of our operations for budgeting and forecasting, as well as employee incentive compensation. However, Non-GAAP measures should not be considered as substitutes for operating income, net income or other data prepared and reported in accordance with GAAP and should be viewed in addition to our reported results prepared in accordance with GAAP.

We define free cash flow as cash flows from operations less capital expenditures. We believe investors consider free cash flow as an important measure, because it generally represents funds available to pursue opportunities that may enhance stockholder value, such as making acquisitions or other investments. Our management uses free cash flow for that reason. We define EBITDA as net income plus depreciation and amortization, interest expense, net, provision for income taxes and accretion and dividends on redeemable preferred stock. We define adjusted EBITDA as EBITDA adjusted to exclude significant, non-recurring transactions to our operating income, both gains and charges.  We have included EBITDA and adjusted EBITDA disclosures in this communication because EBITDA is widely used by investors for valuation and comparing our financial performance with the performance of other companies in our industry. Our management also uses EBITDA and adjusted EBITDA to monitor and compare the financial performance of our operations. EBITDA and adjusted EBITDA do not give effect to the cash that we must use to service our debt or pay our income taxes, and thus do not reflect the funds actually available for capital expenditures, dividends or various other purposes. Our presentations of free cash flow, EBITDA and adjusted EBITDA may not be comparable to similarly titled measures in other companies' reports. You should not consider free cash flow, EBITDA and adjusted EBITDA in isolation from, or as substitutes for, net income or cash flow measures prepared in accordance with U.S. GAAP.

Reconciliations of these non-GAAP financial measures and forecast non-GAAP financial measures to the most comparable GAAP measures are provided in the tables included in this communication.

Forward-Looking Statements

In accordance with the Safe Harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, McDermott cautions that statements in this communication which are forward-looking, and provide other than historical information, involve risks, contingencies and uncertainties that may impact actual results of operations of McDermott. These forward-looking statements include, among other things, statements about: achieving a long-term balance sheet solution with our lenders and noteholders; the effects of our decision to not pay, when due, the November 1, 2019 interest payment on the 2024 Notes; our ability to deliver comprehensive EPC solution for world-scale LNG developments; project milestones and percentage of completion and expected timetables; cost estimates on identified projects; assessments and beliefs with respect to legacy CB&I projects (including the Cameron and Freeport LNG projects) and the Mozambique LNG project;  backlog, bids and change orders outstanding, target projects and revenue opportunity pipeline, to the extent these may be viewed as indicators of future revenues or profitability; and the contemplated strategic alternatives process for our Lummus Technology business and sale of our pipe fabrication business. Although we believe that the expectations reflected in those forward-looking statements are reasonable, we can give no assurance that those expectations will prove to have been correct. Those statements are made by using various underlying assumptions and are subject to numerous risks, contingencies and uncertainties, including, among others:  adverse changes in the markets in which McDermott operates or credit or capital markets; the inability of McDermott to execute on contracts in backlog successfully; changes in project design or schedules; the availability of qualified personnel; changes in the terms, scope or timing of contracts; contract cancellations; negotiations with lenders and noteholders; change orders and other modifications and actions by customers and other business counterparties of McDermott; changes in industry norms; negotiations with third parties with respect to the strategic alternatives process for our Lummus Technology business and the sale of our pipe fabrication business; and adverse outcomes in legal or other dispute resolution proceedings. If one or more of these risks materialize, or if underlying assumptions prove incorrect, actual results may vary materially from those expected. You should not place undue reliance on forward-looking statements. For a more complete discussion of these and other risk factors, please see each of McDermott's annual and quarterly filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, including McDermott's annual report on Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2018 and subsequent quarterly reports on Form 10-Q. This communication reflects the views of McDermott's management as of the date hereof. Except to the extent required by applicable law, McDermott undertakes no obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statement.

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CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF OPERATIONS


(Unaudited)




Three Months Ended
September 30,



Nine Months Ended
September 30,




2019



2018



2019



2018




(In millions, except per share amounts)


Revenues


$

2,121



$

2,289



$

6,469



$

4,632



















Costs and Expenses:

















Cost of operations



2,173




1,986




6,140




3,948


Project intangibles and inventory-related amortization



7




30




27




42


Total cost of operations



2,180




2,016




6,167




3,990


Research and development expenses



9




8




25




13


Selling, general and administrative expenses



40




64




189




188


Other intangibles amortization



21




25




65




35


Transaction costs



14




5




29




45


Restructuring and integration costs



14




31




103




106


Goodwill impairment



1,370




-




1,370




-


Intangible assets impairment



143




-




143




-


Other asset impairments



18




-




18




-


Loss on asset disposals



-




1




103




2


Total expenses



3,809




2,150




8,212




4,379



















Income from investments in unconsolidated affiliates



7




3




19




2


Investment in unconsolidated affiliates-related
amortization



(3)




(13)




(8)




(13)


Operating (loss) income



(1,684)




129




(1,732)




242



















Other expense:

















Interest expense, net



(108)




(86)




(300)




(169)


Other non-operating income (expense), net



-




1




(1)




(13)


Total other expense, net



(108)




(85)




(301)




(182)



















(Loss) income before provision for income taxes



(1,792)




44




(2,033)




60



















Income tax expense (benefit)



72




44




2




(19)



















Net (loss) income



(1,864)




-




(2,035)




79



















Less: Net income (loss) attributable to
noncontrolling interests



9




(2)




26




(5)



















Net (loss) income attributable to McDermott


$

(1,873)



$

2



$

(2,061)



$

84



















Dividends on redeemable preferred stock



(10)




-




(30)




-


Accretion of redeemable preferred stock



(4)




-




(12)




-



















Net (loss) income attributable to common
stockholders



(1,887)




2




(2,103)




84



















Net (loss) income per share attributable to common
stockholders

















Basic


$

(10.37)



$

0.01



$

(11.62)



$

0.60


Diluted


$

(10.37)



$

0.01



$

(11.62)



$

0.60



















Shares used in the computation of net (loss) income
per share

















Basic



182




180




181




140


Diluted



182




181




181




141


 

McDERMOTT INTERNATIONAL, INC.


CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEETS








September 30,
2019



December 31,
2018




(In millions, except per share
amounts)


Assets


(Unaudited)






 Current assets:









 Cash and cash equivalents ($256 and $146 related to variable interest entities
("VIEs"))


$

677



$

520


 Restricted cash and cash equivalents



333




325


 Accounts receivable—trade, net ($107 and $29 related to VIEs)



935




932


 Accounts receivable—other ($36 and $57 related to VIEs)



209




175


 Contracts in progress ($223 and $144 related to VIEs)



1,063




704


 Project-related intangible assets, net



68




137


 Inventory



52




101


 Other current assets ($32 and $24 related to VIEs)



149




139


 Total current assets



3,486




3,033


 Property, plant and equipment, net



2,118




2,067


 Operating lease right-of-use assets



361




-


 Accounts receivable—long-term retainages



49




62


 Investments in unconsolidated affiliates



450




452


 Goodwill



1,335




2,654


 Other intangibles, net



790




1,009


 Other non-current assets



165




163


 Total assets


$

8,754



$

9,440











Liabilities, Mezzanine Equity and Stockholders' Equity









 Current liabilities:









 Revolving credit facility


$

801



$

-


 Debt



3,450




30


 Lease obligations



161




8


 Accounts payable ($322 and $277 related to VIEs)



1,421




595


 Advance billings on contracts ($497 and $717 related to VIEs)



1,359




1,954


 Project-related intangible liabilities, net



24




66


 Accrued liabilities ($66 and $136 related to VIEs)



1,517




1,564


 Total current liabilities



8,733




4,217


 Long-term debt



-




3,393


 Long-term lease obligations



301




66


 Deferred income taxes



51




47


 Other non-current liabilities



778




664


 Total liabilities



9,863




8,387


 Commitments and contingencies









 Mezzanine equity:









 Redeemable preferred stock



271




230


 Stockholders' equity:









 Common stock, par value $1.00 per share, authorized 255 shares; issued 185 and 183
shares, respectively



185




183


 Capital in excess of par value


3,554




3,539


 Accumulated deficit



(4,822)




(2,719)


 Accumulated other comprehensive loss



(222)




(107)


 Treasury stock, at cost: 3 and 3 shares, respectively



(96)




(96)


 Total McDermott Stockholders' Equity



(1,401)




800


 Noncontrolling interest



21




23


 Total stockholders' equity



(1,380)




823


 Total liabilities and stockholders' equity


$

8,754



$

9,440


 

McDERMOTT INTERNATIONAL, INC.


CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOWS


(Unaudited)




Nine Months Ended September 30,




2019



2018




(In millions)


Cash flows from operating activities:









Net (loss) income


$

(2,035)



$

79


Non-cash items included in net (loss) income:









Loss on disposal of APP



101




-


Goodwill impairment



1,370




-


Intangible assets impairment



143




-


Other asset impairment



18




-


Depreciation and amortization



200




187


Debt issuance cost amortization



30




27


Stock-based compensation charges



16




36


Deferred taxes



4




(86)


Other non-cash items



-




2


Changes in operating assets and liabilities, net of effects of businesses acquired:









Accounts receivable



(78)




130


Contracts in progress, net of advance billings on contracts



(955)




(318)


Inventory



(23)




4


Accounts payable



680




123


Other current and non-current assets



(42)




(52)


Investments in unconsolidated affiliates



(7)




(2)


Other current and non-current liabilities



15




84


Total cash (used in) provided by operating activities



(563)




214











Cash flows from investing activities:









Business combinations, net of cash acquired



(7)




(2,374)


Proceeds from asset disposals, net



83




55


Purchases of property, plant and equipment



(65)




(62)


Advances related to proportionately consolidated consortiums



(277)




(155)


Investments in unconsolidated affiliates



(3)




(14)


Total cash used in investing activities



(269)




(2,550)











Cash flows from financing activities:









Revolving credit facility borrowings



2,451




-


Revolving credit facility repayments



(1,650)




-


Structured equipment financing



32




-


Proceeds from issuance of long-term debt



-




3,560


Repayment of debt and finance lease obligations



(26)




(531)


Advances related to equity method joint ventures and proportionately consolidated
consortiums



248




67


Debt and letter of credit issuance costs



(3)




(209)


Debt extinguishment costs



-




(10)


Repurchase of common stock



(4)




(14)


Distributions to joint venture members



(18)




-


Total cash provided by financing activities



1,030




2,863











Effects of exchange rate changes on cash, cash equivalents and restricted cash



(33)




(30)


Net increase in cash, cash equivalents and restricted cash



165




497


Cash, cash equivalents and restricted cash at beginning of period



845




408


Cash, cash equivalents and restricted cash at end of period


$

1,010



$

905


 

McDERMOTT INTERNATIONAL, INC.


EARNINGS PER SHARE COMPUTATION



















Three months Ended September
30,



Nine months Ended September
30,



2019



2018



2019



2018



(In millions, except per share amounts)


Net (loss) income attributable to McDermott

$

(1,873)



$

2



$

(2,061)



$

84


Dividends on redeemable preferred stock


(10)




-




(30)




-


Accretion of redeemable preferred stock


(4)




-




(12)




-


Net (loss) income attributable to common stockholders

$

(1,887)



$

2



$

(2,103)



$

84


















Weighted average common stock (basic)


182




180




181



140


Effect of dilutive securities:
















Stock-based awards


-




1




-




1


Warrants and preferred stock


-




-




-




-


Weighted average common stock (diluted)


182



181




181



141


















Net (loss) income per share attributable to common
stockholders
















Basic:

$

(10.37)



$

0.01



$

(11.62)



$

0.60


Diluted:

$

(10.37)



$

0.01



$

(11.62)



$

0.60




































SUPPLEMENTARY DATA



















Three months Ended September
30,



Nine months Ended September
30,



2019



2018



2019



2018



(In millions, except per share amounts)


Depreciation & amortization

$

63



$

107



$

200



$

187


Capital expenditures


32




19




65




62


Backlog


20,084




11,512




20,084




11,512


We report our financial results in accordance with U.S. generally accepted accounting principles ("GAAP"). This press release also includes several Non-GAAP financial measures as defined under the SEC's Regulation G. The following tables reconcile certain Non-GAAP financial measures used in this press release to comparable GAAP financial measures. Additional reconciliations are provided in the accompanying tables.

McDERMOTT INTERNATIONAL, INC.

RECONCILIATION OF SEGMENT NON-GAAP TO GAAP FINANCIAL MEASURES



Three Months Ended Sep 30, 2019



Segment Operating Results











NCSA



EARC



MENA



APAC



TECH



Corporate



Total



($ in millions)


Revenues

$

1,090



$

248



$

520



$

125



$

138



-



$

2,121


GAAP Operating (Loss) Income


(1,405)




(250)




69




1




30




(129)




(1,684)


GAAP Operating Margin


-128.9

%



-100.8

%



13.3

%



0.8

%



21.7

%



-




-79.4

%

Adjustments




























Goodwill, intangibles & asset
impairment1


1,253




260




-




-




-




18




1,531


Restructuring, Integration &
Transaction Costs2


-




-




-




-




-




28




28


    Total Non-GAAP Adjustments


1,253




260




-




-




-




46




1,559


Non-GAAP Operating (Loss) Income

$

(152)



$

10



$

69



$

1



$

30



$

(83)



$

(125)


Non-GAAP Adjusted Operating Margin


-13.9

%



4.0

%



13.3

%



0.8

%



21.7

%



-




-5.9

%


Note:  Individual line items may not sum to totals as a result of rounding.



1

The goodwill impairment of $1.37 billion resulted from updates to the 2019 management budget and increases in our discount rate assumptions driven by increases in our cost of capital and risk premium assumptions associated with forecasted cash flows. The intangible assets impairment of $0.14 billion primarily resulted from a reduction in the estimated remaining useful life of the trade names associated with our NCSA segment, causing a decrease in future attributable cash flow expectations. The vessel impairment of $18 million is due to lack of future utilization plans.

2

Restructuring, integration and transactions costs of $28 million, which included $14 million of office and employee relocation and external consulting fees.   Transaction fees of $14 million are due to legal fees associated the sale process for the remaining portion of the pipe fabrication business and the now-terminated effort to sell the storage tank business as well as fees to external advisors retained to help us evaluate strategic and capital structure alternatives.

 

McDERMOTT INTERNATIONAL, INC.

RECONCILIATION OF NON-GAAP TO GAAP FINANCIAL MEASURES



Three months Ended



Nine months Ended



Sep 30,
2019



Sep 30,
2018



Sep 30,
2019



Sep 30,
2018



($ in millions, except share and per share amounts)


















GAAP Net (Loss) Income Attributable to Common
Stockholders

$

(1,887)



$

2



$

(2,103)



$

84


















Less: Adjustments
















Loss on disposal of APP1


-




-




101




-


Goodwill impairment2


1,370




-




1,370




-


Intangible assets impairment3


143




-




143




-


Other asset impairments4


18




-




18




-


Transaction costs5


14




5




29




45


Restructuring and integration costs6


14




31




103




105


Intangibles amortization7


-




68




-




90


    Total Non-GAAP Adjustments to Operating (Loss) Income


1,559




104




1,764




241


Debt extinguishment costs8


-




-




-




14


Tax benefit on intercompany transfer of IP9


-




-




-




(117)


Tax Effect of Non-GAAP Gains and/or Charges10


-




(17)




-




(25)


    Total Non-GAAP Adjustments


1,559




87




1,764




113


Non-GAAP Adjusted Net (Loss) Income Attributable to
Common Stockholders

$

(328)



$

89



$

(339)



$

197


















GAAP Operating (Loss) Income

$

(1,684)



$

129



$

(1,732)



$

242


Non-GAAP Adjustments to Operating (Loss) Income11


1,559




104




1,764




241


Non-GAAP Adjusted Operating (Loss) Income

$

(125)



$

232



$

32



$

483


Non-GAAP Adjusted Operating Margin


-5.9

%



10.1

%



0.5

%



10.4

%

















GAAP Diluted EPS

$

(10.37)



$

0.01



$

(11.62)



$

0.60


Non-GAAP Adjustments


8.57




0.19




9.75




0.68


Non-GAAP Adjusted Diluted EPS12

$

(1.80)



$

0.20



$

(1.87)



$

1.28


















Shares used in computation of income per share:
















Basic


182




180




181




140


Diluted


182




181




181




141


















Net (Loss) Income Attributable to Common Stockholders

$

(1,887)



$

2



$

(2,103)



$

84


Depreciation and Amortization


63




107




200




187


Interest Expense, Net


108




86




300




169


Provision for Income Taxes


72




44




2




(19)


Accretion and Dividends on redeemable preferred stock


14




-




42




-


EBITDA13


(1,630)




239




(1,559)




421


Non-GAAP Adjustments effecting EBITDA


1,559




36




1,764




165


Adjusted EBITDA14

$

(71)



$

275



$

205



$

586


















Cash flows from operating activities

$

(114)



$

(221)



$

(563)



$

214


Capital expenditures


(32)




(19)




(65)




(62)


Free cash flow

$

(146)



$

(240)



$

(628)



$

152


















GAAP Revenues

$

2,121



$

2,289



$

6,469



$

4,632



Note: Individual line items may not sum to totals as a result of rounding.

1

Loss on the APP asset disposal during Q2 2019.

2

Goodwill impairment resulting from updates to the 2019 management budget and increases in our discount rate assumptions driven by increases in our cost of capital and risk premium assumptions associated with forecasted cash flows.

3

Intangible assets impairment primarily resulted from a reduction in the estimated remaining useful life of the trade names associated with our NCSA segment, causing a decrease in future attributable cash flow expectations.

4

Marine asset impairment of one vessel and two offshore diving operations saturation support systems due to lack of future utilization plans.

5

Transaction costs in Q3 2019 due to legal fees associated the sale process for the remaining portion of the pipe fabrication business and the now-terminated effort to sell the storage tank business as well as fees to external advisors to improve our capital structure by securing a Superpriority Credit Agreement and the exploration of strategic alternatives.  Transaction costs in Q3 2018 were associated with the Combination.

6

Restructuring and integration costs in Q3 2019 related to office and employee relocation expenses and external consulting fees.  Restructuring and integration costs in Q3 2018 were associated with as costs to achieve our combination profitability initiative ("CPI") program.

7

Intangibles amortization in Q3 2018 includes the amortization of all acquired intangibles from the Combination, including project-related intangibles, other intangible assets (including process technologies, trade names, trademarks and customer relationships, and amortization in intangibles associated with investments in unconsolidated affiliates. In Q4 2018, we changed our policy of considering the amortization of these intangible assets a Non-GAAP adjustment.

8

Prepayment of our prior credit facility and senior secured notes, including a make-whole premium and the accelerated write-off of debt issuance costs as part of financing of the combination during Q2 2018.

9

Tax benefit resulting from the internal transfer of certain intellectual property rights during Q2 2018 in conjunction with the combination.

10

The adjustments to GAAP Net (Loss) Income have been income tax effected when included in net income based upon the respective tax jurisdictions the adjustments were incurred in.  No income tax effect has been taken on Non-GAAP charges incurred in the United States, where we do not expect to receive income tax benefits.

11

Includes the non-GAAP adjustments described in footnotes 1 through 7 above. Adjustments to operating income do not include Non-GAAP adjustments described in footnotes 8 through 10 above, as those items are not included in the computation of operating income. 

12

Adjusted EPS includes the intangibles amortization, net of tax, described in footnote 7 above.

13

We define EBITDA as net income plus depreciation and amortization, interest expense, net, provision for income taxes and accretion and dividends on redeemable preferred stock.  We define adjusted EBITDA as EBITDA adjusted to exclude significant, non-recurring transactions, both gains and charges, to our operating income as described in footnotes 1 through 6 and footnote 8 above.  We have included EBITDA and adjusted EBITDA disclosures in this press release because EBITDA is widely used by investors for valuation and comparing our financial performance with the performance of other companies in our industry and because adjusted EBITDA provides a consistent measure of EBITDA relating to our underlying business.  Our management also uses EBITDA and adjusted EBITDA to monitor and compare the financial performance of our operations.  EBITDA and adjusted EBITDA do not give effect to the cash that we must use to service our debt or pay our income taxes, and thus do not reflect the funds actually available for capital expenditures, dividends or various other purposes.  In addition, our presentation of EBITDA and adjusted EBITDA may not be comparable to similarly titled measures in other companies' reports. You should not consider EBITDA or adjusted EBITDA in isolation from, or as a substitute for, net income or cash flow measures prepared in accordance with U.S. GAAP.

14

Includes the non-GAAP adjustments described in footnotes 1 through 6 and footnote 8 above. Adjustments to EBITDA do not include Non-GAAP adjustments described in footnotes 7, 9 and 10 above, as those items are not included in the computation of EBITDA. 

 

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