SEC Filings

10-Q
HORNBECK OFFSHORE SERVICES INC /LA filed this Form 10-Q on 05/09/2018
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"EPA" means United States Environmental Protection Agency;
“flotel” means on-vessel accommodations services, such as lodging, meals and office space;
"GAAP" means United States generally accepted accounting principles;
“GoM” means the U.S. Gulf of Mexico;
“high-specification” or “high-spec” means, when referring to new generation OSVs, vessels with cargo-carrying capacity of greater than 2,500 DWT (i.e., 240 class OSV notations or higher), and dynamic-positioning systems with a DP-2 classification or higher; and, when referring to jack-up drilling rigs, rigs capable of working in 400-ft. of water depth or greater, with hook-load capacity of 2,000,000 lbs. or greater, with cantilever reach of 70-ft. or greater; and minimum quarters capacity of 150 berths or more and dynamic-positioning systems with a DP-2 classification or higher;
"IHS-CERA" means the division of IHS Inc. focused on providing knowledge and independent analysis on energy markets, geopolitics, industry trends and strategy;
"IHS-Petrodata" means the division of IHS Inc. focused on providing data, information, and market intelligence to the offshore energy industry;
“IRM” means inspection, repair and maintenance, also known as “IMR,” or inspection, maintenance and repair, depending on regional preference;
“Jones Act” means the U.S. cabotage law known as the Merchant Marine Act of 1920, as amended;
“Jones Act-qualified” means, when referring to a vessel, a U.S.-flagged vessel qualified to engage in domestic coastwise trade under the Jones Act;
“long-term contract” means a time charter of one year or longer in duration;
“Macondo” means the well site location in the deepwater GoM where the Deepwater Horizon incident occurred as well as such incident itself;
“MPSV” means a multi-purpose support vessel;
“MSRC” means the Marine Spill Response Corporation;
“new generation” means, when referring to OSVs, modern, deepwater-capable vessels subject to the regulations promulgated under the International Convention on Tonnage Measurement of Ships, 1969, which was adopted by the United States and made effective for all U.S.-flagged vessels in 1992 and foreign-flagged equivalent vessels;
“OPA 90” means the Oil Pollution Act of 1990;
“OSV” means an offshore supply vessel, also known as a “PSV,” or platform supply vessel, depending on regional preference;
“PEMEX” means Petroleos Mexicanos;
“Petrobras” means Petroleo Brasileiro S.A.;
“public company OSV peer group” means SEACOR Marine Holdings Inc. (NYSE:SMHI), GulfMark Offshore, Inc. (NYSE:GLF), Tidewater Inc. (NYSE:TDW), Solstad Offshore (NO:SOFF), DOF ASA (NO:DOF), Siem Offshore (NO:SIOFF), Groupe Bourbon SA (GBB:FP), Havila Shipping ASA (NO:HAVI) and/or Eidesvik Offshore (NO:EIOF);
“ROV” means a remotely operated vehicle;
"USCG" means United States Coast Guard;
“ultra-deepwater” means offshore areas, generally more than 5,000’ in depth; and
“ultra high-specification” or “ultra high-spec” means, when referring to new generation OSVs, vessels with cargo-carrying capacity of greater than 5,000 DWT (i.e., 300 class OSV notations or higher), and dynamic-positioning systems with a DP-2 classification or higher.

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