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会社名 Hornbeck Offshore Services Inc (HOS ホ―ンベック・オフショア・サ―ビシ―ズ)
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業種 海運貨物_物流   エネルギ―(Energy)
概要 事業概要 ホーンベック・オフショア・サービス(Hornbeck Offshore Services Inc.)は探査・生産業界、油田サービス、海上工事及び米国の軍事機関向けに海上輸送サービスを提供する。同社は国内外場所における深海・超深海エネルギー産業の進化していくニーズに応じる海洋ソリューションの提供に従事する。同社は上流事業及び下流事業の2つ主要事業区分を通じて海上輸送サービスを提供する。同社の上流事業は一団の米国製新世代海洋補給船 (OSV)及び多目的支援船(MPSV)を所有・運営する。同社の下流事業は主に米国、メキシコ湾(GoM) において、一団の石油製品輸送用の外航引き綱と2層のタンク船を所有・運営する。  ホ―ンベック・オフショア・サ―ビスは米国の海上輸送サ―ビス企業。油田の探査・生産、油田サ―ビス、オフショア建設と米軍などへ海上輸送サ―ビスを提供。油田探索・開発掘削リグや生産設備、海上・海中建設を目的とする米国船籍オフショアサプライ船を所有、運営する。また深海・海中設備、遠隔操作車両用の多目的支援船を所有、運営する。  Hornbeck Offshore Services, Inc. (Louisiana) engages in the provision of marine transportation services to exploration and production, oilfield service, offshore construction, and military customers. It owns and operates fleets of offshore support vehicles and multi-purpose support vehicles. The company was founded by Todd M. Hornbeck in June 1997 and is headquartered in Covington, LA.
本社所在地 985 727-2000
代表者氏名 Todd M. Hornbeck
代表者役職名 Chairman of the Board President Chief Executive Officer
電話番号 +1 985-727-2000
設立年月日 1997年
市場名 NYSE(ニューヨーク証券取引所)
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従業員数 1009人
url www.hornbeckoffshore.com
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EBITDA EBITDA(百万ドル) 21.23200
終値(lastsale)
時価総額(marketcap)
時価総額 時価総額(百万ドル) 46.74876
売上高 売上高(百万ドル) 212.40400
企業価値(EV) 企業価値(EV)(百万ドル) 1041.74876
当期純利益 当期純利益(百万ドル) -119.12100
決算概要 決算概要 BRIEF: For the fiscal year ended 31 December 2018 Hornbeck Offshore Services Inc. revenues increased 11% to $212.4M. Net loss before extraordinary items increased 22% to $119.1M. Revenues reflect Domestic segment increase of 13% to $173.2M Foreign segment increase of 2% to $39.2M. Higher net loss reflects Gain on early extinguishment of debt decrease from $15.5M (income) to $0K Capitalized Interest decrease of 77% to $2.3M (income).

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   Few Stragglers Remain Ahead Of ELD Deadline  2019/12/16 22:59:39 Benzinga Feeds
Some suppliers admit there are a few stragglers in the trucking industry still holding out to comply with a new federal rule that requires them to switch over from automatic on-board recording devices (AOBRDs) to electronic logging devices (ELDs). Most vendors say customers have been proactive ahead of the Dec. 16 mandate. However, some say they have heard from a few carriers that their current vendors may not be able to migrate them over from their current AOBRD solutions to ELDs ahead of the enforcement of the mandate starting on Dec. 17. A recent survey conducted by FreightWaves, in partnership with CarriersLists and EROADS, states that less than 1% have yet to comply with the federal rule. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) required most truck drivers to comply with a new federal regulation requiring them to use ELDs in their cabs by December 2017 to ensure compliance with federal hours-of-service (HOS) rules that limit driving to no more than 11 hours a day within a 14-hour workday.
   TruckPark Mission Eases Driver Parking Uncertainty  2019/11/21 16:58:39 Benzinga Feeds
Within the trucking community, it is common knowledge that finding a secure parking spot is often easier said than done. The truck parking shortage is a ubiquitous problem in many parts of the U.S., primarily due to the lopsided supply and demand equation. For roughly 1.6 million drivers that need to park every day to refresh their hours of service, there are only 400,000 truck parking spaces – forcing many to park in unsecure and un-authorized places like highway shoulders, where they spend restless nights worrying about their personal safety and that of their haul. "The parking shortage causes a lot of uncertainty about where drivers will park. This concern about failure to find a spot within the hours of service (HOS) amplifies the stress around parking their truck, since violation of HoS could lead to heavy fines or being pulled out of service," said Cokey Ellerbe, the vice president of strategy and growth at TruckPark , a digital secure truck parking platform. Fearing repercussions of being caught behind the wheel when HoS expire, many truckers are forced to park wherever they can, which in turn leads to several unintended problems.
   Commentary: The Dark Zone In For-Hire Trucking Changes  2019/11/12 16:19:49 Benzinga Feeds
There once was a time when a truck driver was in the dark zone of non-connectivity by just being out on the road. Only the range of a CB radio or a nearby payphone could be used to establish contact with dispatchers and freight managers back at the main office. Times have certainly changed for the better. The trucks used in today's for-hire trucking industry are computerized offices on wheels, offering drivers and main office personnel real-time connectivity and access to important details such as route position, miles driven, speed and motion, engine status, the driver's hours-of-service (HOS) status, etc. Connectivity takes place every step of the way – well, almost. Dark zones do occur depending on the position of the receiving infrastructure like satellites and cell phone towers. What is unfortunate, however, are dark zones resulting from a poorly designed freight transport process. First, consider electronic logging devices (ELDs). Commercial usage is mandated by the 2012 update to the Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety Enhancement Act, which was a part of a larger funding law known as the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21).
   US Senate Steers Clear Of Meal And Rest-Break Changes  2019/11/01 21:24:44 Benzinga Feeds
U.S. Senate lawmakers chose not to follow their colleagues in the U.S. House who had sought to bar federal regulators from pre-empting states that choose to enforce stricter meal and rest-break laws. An appropriations package passed by the Republican-controlled Senate on October 31 did not include the meal and rest-break provision that had been part of the House version of the legislation that was passed in May . The legislation, part of a "minibus" spending bill that includes funding for agencies within the U.S. Department of Transportation for fiscal year 2020, also left out provisions addressing hours-of-service (HOS) and crash safety scores, which the Democrat-controlled House had been looking to include as well. In addition to federal preemption of state meal and rest break laws – which is currently under … Full story available on Benzinga.com
   HOS Regulations Lifted, Clearing Road For Wildfire Relief  2019/10/31 16:46:06 Benzinga Feeds
Mother Nature is scaring up plenty of bad Halloween weather today across the U.S., from wildfires and high winds to snowstorms and thunderstorms. Whether hauling a full load or less than truckload, bobtailing or deadheading, drivers will need to be extra careful. California Scorched, Trucker Can Help At least 11 wildfires continue to rage in portions of California, burning around 100,000 acres across the state. The largest fire is the Kincade Fire, which started on October 23 in the Wine Country of Sonoma County. It covers nearly 77,000 acres just north of Santa Rosa. Firefighters have been making progress, and the Kincade Fire was 45% contained as of yesterday evening, October 30, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE). The next biggest is the Saddle Ridge Fire near Los Angeles. It covers 8,800 acres and has been burning since October 10, but it's close to 100% contained. The much smaller Getty Fire, started on October 28 near I-405 (known locally as "the 405"), just west of Beverly Hills.
   Few Stragglers Remain Ahead Of ELD Deadline  2019/12/16 22:59:39 Benzinga Feeds
Some suppliers admit there are a few stragglers in the trucking industry still holding out to comply with a new federal rule that requires them to switch over from automatic on-board recording devices (AOBRDs) to electronic logging devices (ELDs). Most vendors say customers have been proactive ahead of the Dec. 16 mandate. However, some say they have heard from a few carriers that their current vendors may not be able to migrate them over from their current AOBRD solutions to ELDs ahead of the enforcement of the mandate starting on Dec. 17. A recent survey conducted by FreightWaves, in partnership with CarriersLists and EROADS, states that less than 1% have yet to comply with the federal rule. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) required most truck drivers to comply with a new federal regulation requiring them to use ELDs in their cabs by December 2017 to ensure compliance with federal hours-of-service (HOS) rules that limit driving to no more than 11 hours a day within a 14-hour workday.
   TruckPark Mission Eases Driver Parking Uncertainty  2019/11/21 16:58:39 Benzinga Feeds
Within the trucking community, it is common knowledge that finding a secure parking spot is often easier said than done. The truck parking shortage is a ubiquitous problem in many parts of the U.S., primarily due to the lopsided supply and demand equation. For roughly 1.6 million drivers that need to park every day to refresh their hours of service, there are only 400,000 truck parking spaces – forcing many to park in unsecure and un-authorized places like highway shoulders, where they spend restless nights worrying about their personal safety and that of their haul. "The parking shortage causes a lot of uncertainty about where drivers will park. This concern about failure to find a spot within the hours of service (HOS) amplifies the stress around parking their truck, since violation of HoS could lead to heavy fines or being pulled out of service," said Cokey Ellerbe, the vice president of strategy and growth at TruckPark , a digital secure truck parking platform. Fearing repercussions of being caught behind the wheel when HoS expire, many truckers are forced to park wherever they can, which in turn leads to several unintended problems.
   Commentary: The Dark Zone In For-Hire Trucking Changes  2019/11/12 16:19:49 Benzinga Feeds
There once was a time when a truck driver was in the dark zone of non-connectivity by just being out on the road. Only the range of a CB radio or a nearby payphone could be used to establish contact with dispatchers and freight managers back at the main office. Times have certainly changed for the better. The trucks used in today's for-hire trucking industry are computerized offices on wheels, offering drivers and main office personnel real-time connectivity and access to important details such as route position, miles driven, speed and motion, engine status, the driver's hours-of-service (HOS) status, etc. Connectivity takes place every step of the way – well, almost. Dark zones do occur depending on the position of the receiving infrastructure like satellites and cell phone towers. What is unfortunate, however, are dark zones resulting from a poorly designed freight transport process. First, consider electronic logging devices (ELDs). Commercial usage is mandated by the 2012 update to the Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety Enhancement Act, which was a part of a larger funding law known as the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21).
   US Senate Steers Clear Of Meal And Rest-Break Changes  2019/11/01 21:24:44 Benzinga Feeds
U.S. Senate lawmakers chose not to follow their colleagues in the U.S. House who had sought to bar federal regulators from pre-empting states that choose to enforce stricter meal and rest-break laws. An appropriations package passed by the Republican-controlled Senate on October 31 did not include the meal and rest-break provision that had been part of the House version of the legislation that was passed in May . The legislation, part of a "minibus" spending bill that includes funding for agencies within the U.S. Department of Transportation for fiscal year 2020, also left out provisions addressing hours-of-service (HOS) and crash safety scores, which the Democrat-controlled House had been looking to include as well. In addition to federal preemption of state meal and rest break laws – which is currently under … Full story available on Benzinga.com
   HOS Regulations Lifted, Clearing Road For Wildfire Relief  2019/10/31 16:46:06 Benzinga Feeds
Mother Nature is scaring up plenty of bad Halloween weather today across the U.S., from wildfires and high winds to snowstorms and thunderstorms. Whether hauling a full load or less than truckload, bobtailing or deadheading, drivers will need to be extra careful. California Scorched, Trucker Can Help At least 11 wildfires continue to rage in portions of California, burning around 100,000 acres across the state. The largest fire is the Kincade Fire, which started on October 23 in the Wine Country of Sonoma County. It covers nearly 77,000 acres just north of Santa Rosa. Firefighters have been making progress, and the Kincade Fire was 45% contained as of yesterday evening, October 30, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE). The next biggest is the Saddle Ridge Fire near Los Angeles. It covers 8,800 acres and has been burning since October 10, but it's close to 100% contained. The much smaller Getty Fire, started on October 28 near I-405 (known locally as "the 405"), just west of Beverly Hills.
   Few Stragglers Remain Ahead Of ELD Deadline  2019/12/16 22:59:39 Benzinga Feeds
Some suppliers admit there are a few stragglers in the trucking industry still holding out to comply with a new federal rule that requires them to switch over from automatic on-board recording devices (AOBRDs) to electronic logging devices (ELDs). Most vendors say customers have been proactive ahead of the Dec. 16 mandate. However, some say they have heard from a few carriers that their current vendors may not be able to migrate them over from their current AOBRD solutions to ELDs ahead of the enforcement of the mandate starting on Dec. 17. A recent survey conducted by FreightWaves, in partnership with CarriersLists and EROADS, states that less than 1% have yet to comply with the federal rule. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) required most truck drivers to comply with a new federal regulation requiring them to use ELDs in their cabs by December 2017 to ensure compliance with federal hours-of-service (HOS) rules that limit driving to no more than 11 hours a day within a 14-hour workday.
   TruckPark Mission Eases Driver Parking Uncertainty  2019/11/21 16:58:39 Benzinga Feeds
Within the trucking community, it is common knowledge that finding a secure parking spot is often easier said than done. The truck parking shortage is a ubiquitous problem in many parts of the U.S., primarily due to the lopsided supply and demand equation. For roughly 1.6 million drivers that need to park every day to refresh their hours of service, there are only 400,000 truck parking spaces – forcing many to park in unsecure and un-authorized places like highway shoulders, where they spend restless nights worrying about their personal safety and that of their haul. "The parking shortage causes a lot of uncertainty about where drivers will park. This concern about failure to find a spot within the hours of service (HOS) amplifies the stress around parking their truck, since violation of HoS could lead to heavy fines or being pulled out of service," said Cokey Ellerbe, the vice president of strategy and growth at TruckPark , a digital secure truck parking platform. Fearing repercussions of being caught behind the wheel when HoS expire, many truckers are forced to park wherever they can, which in turn leads to several unintended problems.
   Commentary: The Dark Zone In For-Hire Trucking Changes  2019/11/12 16:19:49 Benzinga Feeds
There once was a time when a truck driver was in the dark zone of non-connectivity by just being out on the road. Only the range of a CB radio or a nearby payphone could be used to establish contact with dispatchers and freight managers back at the main office. Times have certainly changed for the better. The trucks used in today's for-hire trucking industry are computerized offices on wheels, offering drivers and main office personnel real-time connectivity and access to important details such as route position, miles driven, speed and motion, engine status, the driver's hours-of-service (HOS) status, etc. Connectivity takes place every step of the way – well, almost. Dark zones do occur depending on the position of the receiving infrastructure like satellites and cell phone towers. What is unfortunate, however, are dark zones resulting from a poorly designed freight transport process. First, consider electronic logging devices (ELDs). Commercial usage is mandated by the 2012 update to the Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety Enhancement Act, which was a part of a larger funding law known as the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21).
   US Senate Steers Clear Of Meal And Rest-Break Changes  2019/11/01 21:24:44 Benzinga Feeds
U.S. Senate lawmakers chose not to follow their colleagues in the U.S. House who had sought to bar federal regulators from pre-empting states that choose to enforce stricter meal and rest-break laws. An appropriations package passed by the Republican-controlled Senate on October 31 did not include the meal and rest-break provision that had been part of the House version of the legislation that was passed in May . The legislation, part of a "minibus" spending bill that includes funding for agencies within the U.S. Department of Transportation for fiscal year 2020, also left out provisions addressing hours-of-service (HOS) and crash safety scores, which the Democrat-controlled House had been looking to include as well. In addition to federal preemption of state meal and rest break laws – which is currently under … Full story available on Benzinga.com
   HOS Regulations Lifted, Clearing Road For Wildfire Relief  2019/10/31 16:46:06 Benzinga Feeds
Mother Nature is scaring up plenty of bad Halloween weather today across the U.S., from wildfires and high winds to snowstorms and thunderstorms. Whether hauling a full load or less than truckload, bobtailing or deadheading, drivers will need to be extra careful. California Scorched, Trucker Can Help At least 11 wildfires continue to rage in portions of California, burning around 100,000 acres across the state. The largest fire is the Kincade Fire, which started on October 23 in the Wine Country of Sonoma County. It covers nearly 77,000 acres just north of Santa Rosa. Firefighters have been making progress, and the Kincade Fire was 45% contained as of yesterday evening, October 30, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE). The next biggest is the Saddle Ridge Fire near Los Angeles. It covers 8,800 acres and has been burning since October 10, but it's close to 100% contained. The much smaller Getty Fire, started on October 28 near I-405 (known locally as "the 405"), just west of Beverly Hills.

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物流は物的流通の略で、生産物を生産者から消費者の元へ届けるまでの一連の流れのこと。輸送、保管、荷役、包装、流通加工を物流5大機能という。業種として企業を分類すると、陸運や海運、空運、鉄道、倉庫などは物流の一部となる。

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