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HORNBECK OFFSHORE SERVICES INC /LA filed this Form 10-K on 02/28/2018
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Name
 
Design
 
Current
Service
Function
 
Current
Location
 
In-Service
Date
 
Deadweight
(long tons)
 
Liquid Mud
Capacity
(barrels)
 
Total
Horsepower
 
DP
Class(1)
HOS Beignet
 
S240 E
 
Stacked
 
GoM
 
May 2013(3)
 
2,772
 
8,000
 
4,000
 
DP-2
HOS Boudin
 
S240 E
 
Stacked
 
GoM
 
May 2013(3)
 
2,715
 
8,000
 
4,000
 
DP-2
HOS Bourre'
 
S240 E
 
Stacked
 
GoM
 
Sep 2013(3)
 
2,772
 
8,000
 
4,000
 
DP-2
HOS Coquille
 
S240 E
 
Stacked
 
GoM
 
Sep 2013(3)
 
2,742
 
8,000
 
4,000
 
DP-2
HOS Cayenne
 
S240 E
 
Stacked
 
GoM
 
Nov 2013(3)
 
2,772
 
8,000
 
4,000
 
DP-2
HOS Chicory
 
S240 E
 
Stacked
 
GoM
 
Nov 2013(3)
 
2,731
 
8,000
 
4,000
 
DP-2
200 class (1,500 to 2,500 DWT)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
HOS Innovator
 
240 E
 
Stacked
 
GoM
 
Apr 2001
 
2,036
 
6,290
 
4,520
 
DP-2
HOS Dominator
 
240 E
 
Military
 
Other U.S.
 
Feb 2002
 
2,054
 
6,400
 
4,000
 
DP-2
HOS Deepwater
 
240
 
Supply (FF)
 
Mexico
 
Nov 1999
 
2,195
 
4,470
 
4,000
 
DP-2
HOS Cornerstone
 
240
 
Stacked
 
GoM
 
Mar 2000
 
2,259
 
6,280
 
4,000
 
DP-2
HOS Beaufort
 
S200
 
Stacked
 
GoM
 
Mar 1999
 
2,246
 
4,120
 
4,000
 
DP-1
HOS Hawke
 
S200
 
Stacked (FF)
 
GoM
 
Jul 1999
 
1,767
 
4,100
 
4,000
 
DP-1
HOS Douglas
 
S200
 
Stacked
 
GoM
 
Apr 2000
 
2,246
 
4,120
 
4,000
 
DP-1
HOS Nome
 
S200
 
Stacked
 
GoM
 
Aug 2000
 
2,246
 
4,120
 
4,000
 
DP-1
HOS Crossfire
 
200
 
Stacked (FF)
 
Mexico
 
Nov 1998
 
1,780
 
2,714
 
4,000
 
DP-1
HOS Super H
 
200
 
Stacked
 
GoM
 
Jan 1999
 
1,764
 
3,590
 
4,000
 
DP-1
HOS Brigadoon
 
200
 
Stacked (FF)
 
Mexico
 
Mar 1999
 
1,767
 
3,590
 
4,000
 
DP-1
HOS Thunderfoot
 
200
 
Stacked (FF)
 
Mexico
 
May 1999
 
1,677
 
3,600
 
4,000
 
DP-1
HOS Dakota
 
200
 
Stacked (FF)
 
Mexico
 
Jun 1999
 
1,780
 
2,714
 
4,000
 
DP-1
HOS Explorer
 
220
 
Stacked
 
GoM
 
Feb 1999
 
1,625
 
3,050
 
3,900
 
DP-1
HOS Voyager
 
220
 
Stacked
 
GoM
 
May 1998
 
1,625
 
3,050
 
3,900
 
DP-1
HOS Pioneer
 
220
 
Stacked
 
GoM
 
Jun 2000
 
1,630
 
3,050
 
4,000
 
DP-1
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
MANAGED VESSELS:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
240 class (2,500 to 3,500 DWT)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Black Powder
 
250 EDF
 
Military
 
Other U.S.
 
Jun 2009
 
2,900
 
8,300
 
6,000
 
DP-2
Westwind
 
250 EDF
 
Military
 
Other U.S.
 
Jun 2009
 
2,900
 
8,300
 
6,000
 
DP-2
Eagleview
 
250 EDF
 
Military
 
Other U.S.
 
Oct 2009
 
2,900
 
8,300
 
6,000
 
DP-2
Arrowhead
 
250 EDF
 
Military
 
Other U.S.
 
Jan 2009
 
2,900
 
8,300
 
6,000
 
DP-2
 
FF—foreign-flagged
TBD—to be determined
(1) 
“DP-1,” “DP-2” and “DP-3” mean various classifications, or equivalent, of dynamic positioning systems on new generation vessels to automatically maintain a vessel’s position and heading through anchor-less station keeping.
(2) 
These vessels are currently being constructed under our fifth OSV newbuild construction program with anticipated in-service dates during 2019.
(3) 
These six vessels were converted into 240 class DP-2 OSVs as part of our 200 class OSV retrofit program in 2013. They were originally constructed and placed in service in their prior Super 200 class DP-1 configuration in 1999 or 2000 and were acquired by us in August 2007.
We own long-term lease rights to two adjacent shore-base facilities located in Port Fourchon, Louisiana, named HOS Port. Port Fourchon’s proximity to the deepwater GoM provides a strategic logistical advantage for servicing drilling rigs, production facilities and other offshore installations and sites. We also utilize HOS Port as a shoreside facility for performing vessel maintenance, outfitting and other in-the-water shipyard activities. Developed as a multi-use facility, Port Fourchon has historically been a land base for offshore oil support services and the Louisiana Offshore Oil Port, or LOOP. According to industry sources, Port Fourchon services nearly all deepwater rigs and almost half of all shallow water rigs in the GoM. The HOS Port facility has approximately one year remaining on its current lease and three additional five-year renewal options on each parcel. The combined acreage of HOS Port is approximately 60 acres with total waterfront bulkhead of nearly 3,000 linear feet. HOS Port not only supports our existing fleet and customers’ deepwater logistics requirements, but it underscores our long-term commitment to and our long-term outlook for the deepwater GoM.
Principal Markets
OSVs and MPSVs operate worldwide, but are generally concentrated in relatively few offshore regions with high levels of exploration and development activity, such as the GoM, the North Sea, Southeast Asia, West Africa, Latin America and the Middle East. Our core geographic markets are the GoM, Mexico and Brazil. In these markets we provide services to several major integrated oil companies as well as mid-size and large independent oil companies with deepwater and ultra-deepwater activities and to national oil companies such as PEMEX and Petrobras. We also occasionally operate in select international markets, which have included the rest of Latin America, West Africa, the Mediterranean Sea, the Black Sea and the Caribbean basin. We are often subcontracted by other oilfield service companies, both in the GoM and internationally, to provide a new generation fleet that enables them to render offshore oilfield services, such as well stimulation or other enhanced oil recovery activities, diving and ROV operations, construction, installation, inspection, maintenance, repair and decommissioning services. We also provide a specialized application of our new generation OSVs for use by the United States military.

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