TGS 2Q Revenue Up 21%
TGS reported net revenues of USD 136 million in 2Q 2011, compared to USD 112 million in 2Q 2010. Investments and the corresponding pre-funding revenues were significantly lower in 2Q 2011 than in 2Q 2010 due to the expected back end loaded investment plan, as previously communicated to the market. Despite lower investments, TGS is pleased to report late sales of USD 98.0 million which is up 52% from 2Q 2010.
- 2nd QUARTER HIGHLIGHTS
- Consolidated net revenues were USD 136.1 million, an increase of 21% compared to 2Q 2010.
- Net late sales totaled USD 98.0 million, up 52% from 2Q 2010.
- Net pre-funding revenues were USD 26.7 million, down 38% from 2Q 2010, funding 43% of the Company's operational multi-client investments during 2Q (investments of USD 61.7 million, down 36% from 2Q 2010).
- Proprietary revenues were USD 11.4 million, up 142% from 2Q 2010.
- Operating profit (EBIT) was USD 57.7 million (42% of net revenues), compared to USD 33.4 million (30% of net revenues) in 2Q 2010.
- Cash flow from operations was USD 93.3 million, up from USD 74.1 million in 2Q 2010.
- Earnings per share (fully diluted) were USD 0.41, compared to 0.18 in 2Q 2010.
- 6 MONTHS FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS
- Consolidated net revenues were USD 268.1 million, an increase of 3% compared to H1 2010.
- Net late sales from the multi-client library totaled USD 182.8 million, up 33% from USD 138.0 million in 2010.
- Net pre-funding revenues were USD 63.4 million, down 44% from 2010, funding 60% of the Company's operational multi-client investments during H1 (investments of USD 105.2 million, down 46% from 2010).
- Proprietary revenues were USD 21.9 million, up 118% from 2010.
- Operating profit (EBIT) was USD 116.7 million (44% of net revenues), compared to USD 92.3 million (35% of net revenues) in 2010.
- Cash flow from operations was USD 231.6 million, an increase of 28% from USD 180.4 million in 2010.
- Earnings per share (fully diluted) were USD 0.81 compared to USD 0.58 for the same period in 2010.
"Another strong quarter with revenue growth of 21% from last year," TGS' CEO Robert Hobbs stated. "We continue to see great demand for our existing library data and all business areas experienced growth in late sales compared to one year ago. We maintain our guidance for 2011."
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