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    • Divestment of 51% of Island Offshore Subsea AS (NO) to TechnipFMC (UK) by Island Offshore Group (NO) — Amount not disclosed

      Divestment of 51% of Island Offshore Subsea AS (NO) to TechnipFMC (UK) by Island Offshore Group (NO) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as a financial adviser to Island Offshore Group in the divestment of 51% in Island Offshore Subsea to TechnipFMC. Island Offshore Group operates a modern and versatile fleet of 25 advanced and high quality service vessels for the offshore oil industry. TechnipFMC is a global leader in subsea, onshore/offshore, and surface projects. March 2018.

    • New share issue in Northern Drilling (NO) — USD 250 million

      New share issue in Northern Drilling (NO) — USD 250 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the new share issue of 31,750,000 new shares at a subscription price of NOK 64.00 per share. Northern Drilling is a new investment vehicle for counter-cyclical rig acquisitions. November 2017.

    • Public offer for MultiClient Geophysical ASA (NO) by Geoex Limited (UK) — NOK 130 million

      Public offer for MultiClient Geophysical ASA (NO) by Geoex Limited (UK) — NOK 130 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to the Board of Directors of MCG in connection with the offer. MCG is an international marine seismic data provider, specializing in multi-client seismic surveys offered to oil &  gas companies worldwide. May 2017.

    • Tender for senior unsecured bond issue by EMGS (NO)

      Tender for senior unsecured bond issue by EMGS (NO)

      Carnegie acted as as sole financial adviser in EMGS´s tender for senior unsecured bond issue. EMGS acquire and process high-quality marine electromagnetic data and help customers to increase their exploration success through modelling, integrating and interpreting these data. March 2017.

    • Sale of Fjords Processing (NO) to National Oilwell Varco (US) by Akastor (NO) — Enterprise value NOK 1.2 billion

      Sale of Fjords Processing (NO) to National Oilwell Varco (US) by Akastor (NO) — Enterprise value NOK 1.2 billion

      Carnegie acted as exclusive financial adviser to Akastor in the sale of Fjords Processing to National Oilwell Varco. Fjords Processing provides world-class wellstream processing technology, systems and services to the upstream oil and gas industry. December 2016.

    • Restructuring of bond debt, partial bond buy-back and equity rights issue — NOK 350 million

      Restructuring of bond debt, partial bond buy-back and equity rights issue — NOK 350 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser and orchestrated a complete restructuring of EMGS’ outstanding NOK 350 million senior unsecured bond. Carnegie was also able to negotiate a reduction in the company’s debt burden by way of a bond buy-back at a substantial discount to par. The bond buy-back was financed by a fully underwritten rights issue, which also considerable increased EMGS liquidity reserves. EMGS acquire and process high-quality marine electromagnetic data and help customers to increase their exploration success through modelling, integrating and interpreting these data. December 2015.

    • Rights issue in Electromagnetic Geo-Services (NO) — NOK 278 million

      Rights issue in Electromagnetic Geo-Services (NO) — NOK 278 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in the fully underwritten NOK 278 million rights issue in EMGS. EMGS acquire and process high-quality marine electromagnetic data and help customers to increase their exploration success through modelling, integrating and interpreting these data. December 2015.

    • Acquisition of 12.13% stake in Aurora LPG (NO) by BW LPG Limited (BM)

      Acquisition of 12.13% stake in Aurora LPG (NO) by BW LPG Limited (BM)

      Carnegie acted as adviser to BW LPG  in the acquisition of 12.13% stake in Aurora LPG. BW LPG is the world's leading and largest very large gas carrier (VLGC) owner and operator based on number of VLGCs and by LPG carrying capacity. December 2015.

    • Acquisition of RESMAN (NO) by Nordic Capital Fund VIII (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Acquisition of RESMAN (NO) by Nordic Capital Fund VIII (SE) — Amount not disclosed

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Nordic Capital Fund VIII in connection with the acquisition of RESMAN. RESMAN provides Wireless Reservoir Surveillance to enable customers to understand “what flows where, when, and how much” without the risk and cost associated with well interventions. March 2015.

    • Block purchase of shares in BW LPG (BM) — NOK 118 million

      Block purchase of shares in BW LPG (BM) — NOK 118 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the purchased of 2.4 million shares in BWLPG on behalf of BW Group. BW Group is one of the world's leading maritime groups in the tanker, bulk, gas and offshore segments and is represented on the Board of BW LPG. December 2014.

    • Demerger and listing of new Aker Solutions ASA on the Oslo Stock Exchange — NOK 17.8 billion (total market capitalisation)

      Demerger and listing of new Aker Solutions ASA on the Oslo Stock Exchange — NOK 17.8 billion (total market capitalisation)

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the demerger and listing process of new Aker Solutions ASA  on the Oslo Stock Exchange. The existing Aker Solutions was renamed Akastor ASA, an oil-services investment company created by the separation. September 2014.

    • Directed new share issue in Aqualis ASA (NO) – NOK 65 million

      Directed new share issue in Aqualis ASA (NO) – NOK 65 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the directed new share issue of 20 million new shares at a subscription price of NOK 3.25 per share. The net proceeds will be used to invest in organic and structural growth initiatives within Aqualis ASA's marine and offshore business, which provides marine & engineering consultancy services. The business unit was later spun-off into Aqualis Offshore Holding ASA, and renamed Aqualis ASA. June 2014. 

    • Acquisition of Aqualis Offshore by Clavis Pharma (Aqualis ASA) (NO) — NOK 70 million

      Acquisition of Aqualis Offshore by Clavis Pharma (Aqualis ASA) (NO) — NOK 70 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Clavis Pharma in the acquisition of Aqualis Offshore. Aqualis ASA (formerly Clavis Pharma) is a Norwegian public company focusing on building a profitable and successful business based on its key competences within the marine and offshore and healthcare sectors. November 2013.
    • Rights issue in Aqualis ASA (formerly Clavis Pharma) (NO) — NOK 54 million

      Rights issue in Aqualis ASA (formerly Clavis Pharma) (NO) — NOK 54 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager and adviser in the fully underwritten NOK 54 million rights issue to Aqualis ASA in connection with the acquisition of Aqualis Offshore. Aqualis ASA is a Norwegian public company focusing on building a profitable and successful business based on its key competences within the marine and offshore and healthcare sectors. November 2013.

    • Directed share issue in Marine Accurate Well ASA (NO) — NOK 221 million

      Directed share issue in Marine Accurate Well ASA (NO) — NOK 221 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in the NOK 221 million directed share issue. Maracc is a Norwegian company established in 2006 which is majority-owned by the broader Island Offshore Group. The company’s strategy is to combine conventional offshore drilling and heavy-duty well intervention capabilities in order to offer oil companies a time and cost effective way to find and extract oil. September 2013.
    • Directed share issue in Marine Accurate Well ASA (NO) — NOK 201 million

      Directed share issue in Marine Accurate Well ASA (NO) — NOK 201 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in the NOK 201 million directed share issue. Maracc is a Norwegian company established in 2006 which is majority-owned by the broader Island Offshore Group. The company’s strategy is to combine conventional offshore drilling and heavy-duty well intervention capabilities in order to offer oil companies a time and cost effective way to find and extract oil. August 2013.
    • Initial public offering of MultiClient Geophysical ASA (NO) on Oslo Axess — NOK 92 million

      Initial public offering of MultiClient Geophysical ASA (NO) on Oslo Axess — NOK 92 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book-runner in the initial public offering of MultiClient Geophysical on Oslo Axess. MultiClient Geophysical ASA provides multi-client marine seismic surveys to oil and gas companies worldwide from its offices in Norway, Singapore and Houston. May 2013.
    • Directed share issue in Marine Accurate Well ASA (NO) — NOK 285 million

      Directed share issue in Marine Accurate Well ASA (NO) — NOK 285 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser in the NOK 285 million directed share issue. Maracc is a Norwegian company established in 2006 which is majority-owned by the broader Island Offshore Group. The company’s strategy is to combine conventional offshore drilling and heavy-duty well intervention capabilities in order to offer oil companies a time and cost effective way to find and extract oil. April 2013.
    • 2nd Lien Callable bond issue by Marine Accurate Well ASA (NO) — USD 140 million

      2nd Lien Callable bond issue by Marine Accurate Well ASA (NO) — USD 140 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and book-runner in Marine Accurate Well's USD 140 million 2nd Lien Callable bond issue. Maracc is a Norwegian company established in 2006 which is majority-owned by the broader Island Offshore Group. The company’s strategy is to combine conventional offshore drilling and heavy-duty well intervention capabilities in order to offer oil companies a time and cost effective way to find and extract oil. March 2013.

    • Senior unsecured bond issue by Island Offshore Shipholding L.P. (KY) — NOK 500 million

      Senior unsecured bond issue by Island Offshore Shipholding L.P. (KY) — NOK 500 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book-runner in Island Offshore Shipholding's first NOK 500 million senior unsecured bond issue. Island Offshore is a privately owned company offering a range of complex services to the offshore industry including Logistics & Supply, Anchor Handling, Light Well Intervention, Engineering & Supporting services and Subsea Installation & Maintenance. March 2013.

    • Directed new share issue in Archer Ltd (BM) — USD 250 million

      Directed new share issue in Archer Ltd (BM) — USD 250 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the directed new share issue of 208,334,000 new shares at a subscription price of USD 1.20. Archer is a global oilfield service provider specialising in drilling services and well services. February 2013.
    • Funding for North Sea Rigs (NO) — USD 125 million

      Funding for North Sea Rigs (NO) — USD 125 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to North Sea Rigs in the funding. North Sea Rigs is a start-up drilling contractor specializing in the harsh-environment rig market. January 2013.
    • Directed new share issue in Sevan Drilling (NO) — NOK 988 million

      Directed new share issue in Sevan Drilling (NO) — NOK 988 million

      Carnegie acted as co-manager in the directed new share issue of 250 million new shares at a price of NOK 3.95 per share. Sevan Drilling is an international drilling contractor specializing in the ultra deepwater segment. January 2013.
    • New Junior Credit Facility in Marine Accurate Well (NO) — USD 50 million

      New Junior Credit Facility in Marine Accurate Well (NO) — USD 50 million

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Marine Accurate Well ASA in securing additional funding through its existing bank syndicate and from a new junior credit facility of USD 50 million provided by Maas Capital. Maracc was established in 2006 to build, own and operate the semi-submersible drilling rig “Island Innovator”. The rig has been constructed according to Norwegian rules and regulations and is a purpose built heavy well intervention and drilling unit targeted for North Sea operations. Maracc has secured a 12 wells firm contract for the rig with Lundin Norway AS. December 2012.
    • Secondary placing of shares in EMGS ASA (NO) — NOK 410 million

      Secondary placing of shares in EMGS ASA (NO) — NOK 410 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 21.9 million shares in EMGS at a subscription price at NOK 18.75 per share. The seller was Warburg Pincus. EMGS uses seabed-logging, a patented electromagnetic survey method, to find hydrocarbons in offshore reservoirs. The company was founded in 2002 and is the global market leader within EM. March, 2012.
    • Secondary placing of shares in EMGS ASA (NO) — NOK 284 million

      Secondary placing of shares in EMGS ASA (NO) — NOK 284 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 20 million shares in EMGS at a subscription price at NOK 14.20 per share. The seller was Warburg Pincus. EMGS uses seabed-logging, a patented electromagnetic survey method, to find hydrocarbons in offshore reservoirs. The company was founded in 2002 and is the global market leader within EM. EM is a complementary tool to traditional seismic data. January, 2012.
    • Directed new share issue in Archer Ltd (BM) — NOK 900 million

      Directed new share issue in Archer Ltd (BM) — NOK 900 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint book-runner in the directed new share issue of 30 million new shares at a price of NOK 30.00 per share. Archer is a global oilfield service provider specialising in drilling services and well services. September, 2011.
    • Secondary placing of shares in EMGS ASA (NO) — NOK 240 million

      Secondary placing of shares in EMGS ASA (NO) — NOK 240 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 20 million shares in EMGS at a subscription price at NOK 12.00 per share. The seller was Warburg Pincus. EMGS uses seabed-logging, a patented electromagnetic survey method, to find hydrocarbons in offshore reservoirs. The company was founded in 2002 and is the global market leader within EM. EM is a complementary tool to traditional seismic data. February, 2011.
    • Public offer for Prosafe Production Public Limited (NO) by BW Offshore (NO) — NOK 10 billion
      Public offer for Prosafe Production Public Limited (NO) by BW Offshore (NO) — NOK 10 billion

      Public offer for Prosafe Production Public Limited (NO) by BW Offshore (NO) — NOK 10 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to BW Offshore in the public offer for Prosafe Production. BW Offshore is one of the world’s leading FPSO contractors and a market leader within advanced offshore loading and production systems to the oil and gas industry. October, 2010.

    • Senior unsecured bond 2010/2015 in Seadrill Limited (NO) — USD 350 million

      Senior unsecured bond 2010/2015 in Seadrill Limited (NO) — USD 350 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager and joint bookrunner in the issuance of a USD 350 million bond in the international market. Seadrill is an international offshore drilling contractor providing services within drilling and well services. September, 2010.

    • Divestment of Advanced Production & Loading (NO) by BW Offshore Limited (NO) to National Oilwell Varco Norway (NO) — USD 500 million

      Divestment of Advanced Production & Loading (NO) by BW Offshore Limited (NO) to National Oilwell Varco Norway (NO) — USD 500 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to BW Offshore in the divestment of APL to National Oilwell Varco Norway. BW Offshore is one of the world’s leading FPSO contractors and a market leader within advanced offshore loading and production systems to the oil and gas industry. September, 2010.
    • Public offer for Scorpion Offshore (NO) by SeaDrill (NO) — NOK 7.9 billion
      Public offer for Scorpion Offshore (NO) by SeaDrill (NO) — NOK 7.9 billion

      Public offer for Scorpion Offshore (NO) by SeaDrill (NO) — NOK 7.9 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser in the public offer for Scorpion Offshore by SeaDrill. Seadrill is an international offshore drilling contractor providing services within drilling and well services. July, 2010.

    • Directed new share issue in Seadrill Limited (BM) — NOK 1.9 billion

      Directed new share issue in Seadrill Limited (BM) — NOK 1.9 billion

      Carnegie acted as lead manager in the directed new share issue of 12.5 million new shares at a subscription price of NOK 151.50 per share. Seadrill is an international offshore drilling contractor providing services within drilling and well services. Seadrill is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange. April, 2010.
    • Merger of Aker Exploration ASA (NO) and Det norske oljeselskap ASA (NO) — NOK 3.7 billion combined market cap
      Merger of Aker Exploration ASA (NO) and Det norske oljeselskap ASA (NO) — NOK 3.7 billion combined market cap

      Merger of Aker Exploration ASA (NO) and Det norske oljeselskap ASA (NO) — NOK 3.7 billion combined market cap

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Aker Exploration ASA in the merger with Det norske oljeselskap ASA. Aker Exploration and Det norske Oljeselskapt will together be the second-largest operating company on the Norwegian Continental Shelf, with 32 operatorships, 70 exploration licenses, 7 discoveries, and 4 producing fields. December, 2009.

    • Acquisition of Multi Phase Meters AS (NO) by FMC Technologies Inc. (US) — USD 30 million plus a significant earn-out

      Acquisition of Multi Phase Meters AS (NO) by FMC Technologies Inc. (US) — USD 30 million plus a significant earn-out

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Multi Phase Meters AS related to the sale of MPM to FMC Technologies. Multi Phase Meters is an independent oil service company focusing on manufacturing and delivery of multiphase and wetgas meters both subsea and topside. FMC Technologies is a leading global provider of technology solutions for the energy industry and other industrial markets. October, 2009.
    • Directed new share issue in Songa Offshore SE (CY) — NOK 496 million

      Directed new share issue in Songa Offshore SE (CY) — NOK 496 million

      Carnegie acted as joint manager and joint book-runner in the directed new share issue of 18.1 million shares in Songa Offshore SE. Songa Offshore SE is a Oslo Stock Exchange listed company engaged in the business of owning and operating offshore drilling rigs and other vessels to be used in the exploration, production and transportation of crude oil. June, 2009.
    • Public offer for BW Gas Limited (BM) by World Nordic (CY) – NOK 8.6 billion (total market capitalisation)

      Public offer for BW Gas Limited (BM) by World Nordic (CY) – NOK 8.6 billion (total market capitalisation)

      Public offer for BW Gas Limited (BM) by World Nordic (CY) – NOK 8.6 billion (total market capitalisation) Carnegie acted as adviser to World Nordic in the public offer for BW Gas Limited. BW Gas is a leading global provider of gas marine transportation services. April, 2009.
    • Exchange Offer for all issued and outstanding shares in BW Gas ASA (NO) made by BW Gas Limited (BM) — NOK 5.5 billion

      Exchange Offer for all issued and outstanding shares in BW Gas ASA (NO) made by BW Gas Limited (BM) — NOK 5.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to BW Gas in the voluntary exchange offer for all issued and outstanding shares in BW Gas ASA made by BW Gas Limited, Bermuda. The offer was made to shareholders to exchange each share held in BW Gas ASA into one new share in BW Gas Limited. The purpose of the exchange offer was to redomicile the parent holding company of the BW Gas Group from Norway to Bermuda. July, 2008.
    • Acquisition of shares in Scorpion Offshore (NO) by Seadrill (NO) — NOK 4.3 billion
      Acquisition of shares in Scorpion Offshore (NO) by Seadrill (NO) — NOK 4.3 billion

      Acquisition of shares in Scorpion Offshore (NO) by Seadrill (NO) — NOK 4.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Seadrill in the acquisition of Scorpion Offshore. Seadrill is an international offshore drilling contractor providing services within drilling and well services. June, 2008.

    • Convertible note offering in Petroleum Geo-Services ASA (NO) — USD 400 million

      Convertible note offering in Petroleum Geo-Services ASA (NO) — USD 400 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the convertible note offering in Petroleum Geo-Services ASA. Petroleum Geo-Services ASA is a technology focused oilfield service company principally involved in providing geophysical services worldwide. December, 2007.
    • Initial public offering of Aker Exploration ASA (NO) — NOK 1.1 billion (total market capitalisation)

      Initial public offering of Aker Exploration ASA (NO) — NOK 1.1 billion (total market capitalisation)

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the listing of Aker Exploration ASA on the Oslo Axess and related secondary sale of shares. Aker Exploration ASA is a pure oil and gas exploration company focusing on the northern part of the North Sea, the Norwegian Sea and the Barents Sea on the Norwegian Continental Shelf. December, 2007.
    • Acquisition of Arrow Seismic ASA (NO) by Petroleum Geo-Services ASA (NO) — NOK 2.3 billion

      Acquisition of Arrow Seismic ASA (NO) by Petroleum Geo-Services ASA (NO) — NOK 2.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Petroleum Geo-Services ASA in the acquisition of Arrow Seismic ASA. Petroleum Geo-Services ASA is a technology focused oilfield service company principally involved in providing geophysical services worldwide. Arrow Seismic ASA develops, owns and operates advanced state-of-the-art vessels for the maritime seismic industry. December, 2007.
    • Directed new share issue in Sevan Marine ASA (NO) — NOK 1.1 billion

      Directed new share issue in Sevan Marine ASA (NO) — NOK 1.1 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the directed new share issue of 16 million shares at a subscription price of NOK 67.00 per share. Sevan Marine ASA is listed on Oslo Børs and is specializing in building, owning and operating floating units for offshore applications. October, 2007.
    • Directed new share issue, secondary sale and listing of Dockwise Ltd (BM) — NOK 1.5 billion

      Directed new share issue, secondary sale and listing of Dockwise Ltd (BM) — NOK 1.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and book-runner in the directed new share issue and secondary sale of 61.4 million shares at a subscription price of NOK 25 per share and subsequent listing on the Oslo Stock Exhange. Dockwise is one of the world’s leading integrated heavy lift services providers, able to transport some of the world’s heaviest cargoes over very long distances. October, 2007.
    • Directed new share issue in Seawell Limited (BM) — NOK 275 million

      Directed new share issue in Seawell Limited (BM) — NOK 275 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the spin-off and directed new share issue of 20 million shares at a subscription price of NOK 13.75 per share in Seawell Limited. Following Seadrill Limited’s decision to establish a separate entity for its well services activities, Seawell Limited was created with the ambition to create a large international well services company. Seawell’s core business is platform drilling, engineering and well intervention services. September, 2007.
    • Acquisition of APL (CY) by BW Offshore (BM) — NOK 3.6 billion
      Acquisition of APL (CY) by BW Offshore (BM) — NOK 3.6 billion

      Acquisition of APL (CY) by BW Offshore (BM) — NOK 3.6 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to BW Offshore in the acquisition of APL. BW Offshore is a leading provider of oil and gas FPSOs (Floating Production, Storage and Offloading units). APL is market leader in the development, production and sale of advanced oil and gas offshore production systems that focus on ship-based storage and transportation of hydrocarbons. August, 2007.

    • Directed new share issue in Seadrill Limited (BM) — NOK 890 million

      Directed new share issue in Seadrill Limited (BM) — NOK 890 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the directed new share issue of 7 million new shares at a subscription price of NOK 127 per share in Seadrill Limited. Seadrill is an international offshore drilling contractor providing services within drilling and well services. The company has 37 drilling units, of which 15 are under construction. Seadrill's versatile fleet includes harsh-environment semi-submersibles, jack-ups, shallow and deepwater tender rigs and deepwater drillships. In addition, Seadrill provides platform drilling, well intervention and engineering services. July, 2007.
    • Acquisition of MTEM Limited (UK) by Petroleum Geo-Services ASA (NO) — USD 275 million
      Acquisition of MTEM Limited (UK) by Petroleum Geo-Services ASA (NO) — USD 275 million

      Acquisition of MTEM Limited (UK) by Petroleum Geo-Services ASA (NO) — USD 275 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to MTEM Limited in the acquisition by Petroleum Geo-Services ASA. MTEM® – an abbreviation for Multi-Transient Electro-Magnetic – has developed a unique, breakthrough, cable-based electromagnetic technology with demonstrated, strong results in commercial operations. The company is the only player to offer a complete electromagnetic acquisition and processing technique both offshore and onshore, including in Transition Zone environments. June, 2007.

    • Initial public offering of Badger Explorer (NO) — NOK 160 million

      Initial public offering of Badger Explorer (NO) — NOK 160 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the initial public offering of Badger Explorer on the Oslo Axess. Badger Explorer is a technology company whose purpose is to commercialise Badger Explorer, a new and revolutionary technology for exploration and verification of hydrocarbon prospects. June, 2007.
    • Public offer for Eastern Drilling ASA (NO) by Seadrill Limited (NO) — NOK 5.15 billion

      Public offer for Eastern Drilling ASA (NO) by Seadrill Limited (NO) — NOK 5.15 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Seadrill Limited in the public offer for Eastern Drilling. Eastern Drilling ASA is a Norwegian based offshore drilling company with two semi-submersible rigs under construction. Seadrill Ltd is a Bermuda-based company established in 2005 with an offshore drilling fleet consisting of five jack-ups rigs, two semi-submersible rigs, one drillship and eight tender rigs. Furthermore, Seadrill Ltd has four jack-up rigs, four semi-submersible rigs, two drillships and one tender rig on order. May, 2007.
    • Initial public offering of Arrow Seismic ASA (NO) — NOK 350 milllion

      Initial public offering of Arrow Seismic ASA (NO) — NOK 350 milllion

      Carnegie acted as lead manager and book-runner in the initial public offering of Arrow Seismic ASA on the Oslo Axess. Arrow Seismic ASA develops, owns and operates advanced state-of-the-art vessels for the maritime seismic industry. May, 2007.
    • Acquisition of Hydramarine AS (NO) by Cargotec (FI) — Amount not disclosed.
      Acquisition of Hydramarine AS (NO) by Cargotec (FI) — Amount not disclosed.

      Acquisition of Hydramarine AS (NO) by Cargotec (FI) — Amount not disclosed.

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Cargotec in the acquisition of Hydramarine AS. Cargotec acquired 90 per cent of the company, with the remaining shares being owned by employees. Hydramarine is based in Norway and is a leading company in the high-end area of offshore and sub-sea load handling systems for the offshore vessel industry. Cargotec is the world’s leading provider of cargo handling solutions, whose products are used in the different stages of material flow in ships, ports, terminals, distribution centres and local transportation. April, 2007.

    • Directed new share issue in BW Offshore (BM) — NOK 4.5 billion

      Directed new share issue in BW Offshore (BM) — NOK 4.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the directed new share issue of 173 million new shares at a subscription price of NOK 26.02 per share. BW Offshore is a leading provider of oil and gas FPSOs (Floating Production, Storage and Offloading units). March, 2007.
    • Acquisition by BW Offshore Limited (BM) of 12.2 million shares in Prosafe ASA (NO) and new share issue in BW Offshore — NOK 1.1 billion

      Acquisition by BW Offshore Limited (BM) of 12.2 million shares in Prosafe ASA (NO) and new share issue in BW Offshore — NOK 1.1 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to BW Offshore Limited in the acquisition of approx. 12.2 million shares in Prosafe ASA. To finance the share purchase, BW Offshore conducted a NOK 1.1 billion placing of new shares. BW Group is one of the world's leading maritime groups in the tanker, bulk, gas and offshore segments. BW Offshore is a leading owner and operator of floating production and storage vessels outside the North Sea. Prosafe ASA is a leading owner and operator of semi-submersible service rigs and a major owner and operator of floating production and storage vessels outside the North Sea. January, 2007.
    • Divestment of Aker Kværner's businesses within Pulping (SE) and Power (FI) to Metso (FI) by Aker Kværner (NO) — NOK 3 billion

      Divestment of Aker Kværner's businesses within Pulping (SE) and Power (FI) to Metso (FI) by Aker Kværner (NO) — NOK 3 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Aker Kværner in their divestment of Aker Kværner's business within Pulping and Power to Metso. Aker Kværner is a leading global provider of engineering and construction services, technology products and integrated solutions. December, 2006.

    • Directed new share issue in Aker Exploration ASA (NO) — NOK 1.37 billion

      Directed new share issue in Aker Exploration ASA (NO) — NOK 1.37 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the directed new share issue and a convertible bond issue in Aker Exploration ASA. The price per share was set at NOK 61. Aker Exploration is a pure play exploration company trading Rig Capacity for License interests on the Norwegian Continental Shelf. The Aker Group is a worldwide supplier of technology-based products and advanced, integrated solutions for customers in oil, gas, energy, and process industries. December, 2006.
    • Directed new share issue in Songa Offshore (NO) — NOK 219 million

      Directed new share issue in Songa Offshore (NO) — NOK 219 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the directed new share issue of NOK 219 million in Songa Offshore (3.5 million shares at a subscription price of NOK 62.50 per share). Songa Offshore currently owns and operates four semi submersible drilling units (1,200-1,800 feet water depth) and one 3,280 feet water depth drill ship. December, 2006.
    • Secondary placing of 856,544 shares in ODIM ASA (NO) — NOK 109 million

      Secondary placing of 856,544 shares in ODIM ASA (NO) — NOK 109 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book-runner in the secondary placing of 856,544 new shares at a price of NOK 127 per share. ODIM ASA is a fast-expanding Norwegian technology company which develops and sells advanced automation solutions, primarily cable-handling systems and winches for offshore and naval vessels. The company’s main clients are within the seismic and the supply sub-sectors. September, 2006.
    • Acquisition by Bergesen Worldwide Limited (BM) of 4.8 million shares in Prosafe ASA (NO) — NOK 1.9 billion

      Acquisition by Bergesen Worldwide Limited (BM) of 4.8 million shares in Prosafe ASA (NO) — NOK 1.9 billion

      Carnegie acted as sole financial adviser to Bergesen Worldwide Limited in the acquisition of approx. 4.8 million shares, representing some 10.9 per cent of the share capital, in Prosafe ASA, the world´s leading owner and operator of semi-submersible service rigs and a major owner and operator of floating production and storage vessels outside the North Sea. Bergesen Worldwide Limited is one of the world's leading maritime groups in the tanker, bulk, gas and offshore segments. August, 2006.
    • Initial public offering of Petrojarl ASA (NO) — NOK 645 million

      Initial public offering of Petrojarl ASA (NO) — NOK 645 million

      Carnegie acted as co-lead manager in the initial public offering of Petrojarl ASA, the Floating Production Storage and Offloading company which was spun-off from PGS ASA in June 2006. Petrojarl owns and operates the largest and most advanced fleet of FPSOs in the North Sea. June, 2006.
    • Listing of Bergesen Worldwide Offshore (NO) on the Oslo Stock Exchange

      Listing of Bergesen Worldwide Offshore (NO) on the Oslo Stock Exchange

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the listing of BW Offshore on the Oslo Stock Exchange. BW Offshore is a leading provider of oil and gas FPSOs (Floating Production, Storage and Offloading units). BW Offshore is part of the BW Group, one of the world's leading maritime groups in the tanker, bulk, gas and offshore segments. May, 2006.
    • Directed new share issue in SeaDrill Limited (NO) — NOK 3.5 billion

      Directed new share issue in SeaDrill Limited (NO) — NOK 3.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the directed new share issue of 39 million new shares in SeaDrill Limited. SeaDrill Ltd is a Bermuda-based company established in 2005 with an offshore drilling fleet consisting of three jack-ups rigs, two FPSOs, four new build jack-up rigs and one new build semi-submersible. April, 2006.
    • New share issue in Bergesen Worldwide Offshore (NO) — USD 300 million

      New share issue in Bergesen Worldwide Offshore (NO) — USD 300 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in a new share issue towards domestic and international institutions and professional investors. BW Offshore is a leading provider of oil and gas FPSOs (Floating Production, Storage and Offloading units). BW Offshore is part of the BW Group, one of the world's leading maritime groups in the tanker, bulk, gas and offshore segments. April, 2006
    • Public offer for Smedvig ASA (NO) by SeaDrill Limited (NO) — NOK 15.6 billion
      Public offer for Smedvig ASA (NO) by SeaDrill Limited (NO) — NOK 15.6 billion

      Public offer for Smedvig ASA (NO) by SeaDrill Limited (NO) — NOK 15.6 billion

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser to SeaDrill in the public offer for Smedvig. Smedvig is a leading offshore drilling contractor headquartered in Stavanger, Norway. The Company offers drilling and well services within three main markets: mobile units, tender rigs and well services. April, 2006.

    • Directed new share issue in Frigstad Offshore (SG) — USD 215 million

      Directed new share issue in Frigstad Offshore (SG) — USD 215 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser in the new share issue of USD 215 million in Frigstad (21.5 million shares). Frigstad Offshore has conducted rig operations in South America, Asia and the Middle East since 1989. As an offshore drilling contractor, the company has grown steadily, and is today fully developed in all aspects of operating offshore oil drilling rigs. March, 2006.
    • Directed new share issue in Songa Offshore (NO) — NOK 365 million

      Directed new share issue in Songa Offshore (NO) — NOK 365 million

      Carnegie acted as financial adviser in the new share issue of NOK 365 million in Songa Offshore (6.3 million shares). Songa Offshore currently owns and operates two 1,500 feet capacity semi submersibles and one 2,750 feet water depth drill ship. March, 2006.
    • Directed new share issue in SeaDrill Limited (NO) — NOK 1.4 billion

      Directed new share issue in SeaDrill Limited (NO) — NOK 1.4 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the directed new share issue of 20 million shares in SeaDrill Limited. SeaDrill Ltd is a Bermuda-based company established in 2005 with an offshore drilling fleet consisting of three jack-ups rigs, two FPSOs, four new build jack-up rigs and one new build semi-submersible. February, 2006.
    • Private placement of new shares in Arrow Seismic ASA (NO) — USD 46 million

      Private placement of new shares in Arrow Seismic ASA (NO) — USD 46 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in the private placement of new shares in OTC-listed Arrow Seismic ASA, a subsidiary of Rieber Shipping ASA. Arrow is a vessel owning company in the seismic industry. Arrow owns one existing vessel that will be converted to a seismic multi-streamer vessel and has a contract for two state-of-the-art newbuilds. February, 2006.
    • Directed new share issue in SeaDrill Limited (NO) — NOK 4.95 billion

      Directed new share issue in SeaDrill Limited (NO) — NOK 4.95 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the directed new share issue of 75 million shares in SeaDrill Limited. SeaDrill Ltd is a Bermuda-based company established in 2005 with an offshore drilling fleet consisting of three jack-ups rigs, two FPSOs, four new build jack-up rigs and one new build semi-submersible. January, 2006.
    • Secondary placing of 22 million shares in Ocean Rig (NO) — NOK 2.0 billion

      Secondary placing of 22 million shares in Ocean Rig (NO) — NOK 2.0 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint book-runner in the secondary offering of 22 million shares in Ocean Rig. Ocean Rig owns and operates Leiv Eiriksson and Eirik Raude, two of the world’s largest and most modern drilling rigs, built for ultra deep water and extreme weather conditions. January, 2006.
    • Merger between Exploration Resources ASA (NO) and Multiwave Geophysical Company ASA (NO) — EV of combined entity NOK 2.3 billion

      Merger between Exploration Resources ASA (NO) and Multiwave Geophysical Company ASA (NO) — EV of combined entity NOK 2.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Exploration Resources in the merger with Multiwave Geophysical Company. The combined company will be a Bergen based leading provider of marine seismic services to the global oil and gas industry, with focus on towed seismic, multiclient seismic services, and 4C/4D/seabed logging operations. October, 2005.
    • Public offer for Exploration Resources ASA (NO) by Compagnie Générale de Géophysique (FR) — NOK 2.2 million

      Public offer for Exploration Resources ASA (NO) by Compagnie Générale de Géophysique (FR) — NOK 2.2 million

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Exploration Resources ASA in respect of a public offer from Fugro NV. Compagnie Générale de Géophysique (CGG) launched a friendly counter offer which was 17 percent above the Fugro offer, and proceeded with a mandatory offer to all shareholders. The company was subsequently delisted. Exploration Resources is a leading provider of marine seismic services to the global oil and gas industry with focus on towed seismic, multiclient seismic services, and 4C/4D/ seabed logging operations. October, 2005.
    • Initial public offering of Bergesen Worldwide Gas ASA (NO) — NOK 4.7 billion

      Initial public offering of Bergesen Worldwide Gas ASA (NO) — NOK 4.7 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint global co-ordinator and joint book-runner in the initial public offering of Bergesen Worldwide Gas ASA on the Oslo Stock Exchange. The share offer was 2.3 times subscribed and a total of almost 58 million shares were sold in the global offering, including the over-allotment option. Bergesen Worldwide Gas is one of the world's largest independent shipowners and has the world's largest fleet of liquefied petrolium gas (LPG) carriers, as well as a large and growing LNG shipping business. October, 2005.
    • New share issue in SeaDrill Ltd (NO) — USD 108 million

      New share issue in SeaDrill Ltd (NO) — USD 108 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the new share issue of twelve million shares in SeaDrill Ltd. The proceeds from the new share issue will mainly be used as equity finance in the second ultra deep water semi submersible drilling rig which the company has signed with Jurong Shipyard. SeaDrill Ltd is a Bermuda-based company established in 2005 with an offshore drilling fleet consisting of three jack-ups rigs, two FPSOs, four new build jack-up rigs and one new build semi-submersible. August, 2005.
    • New share issue in SeaDrill Ltd (NO) — USD 63.5 million

      New share issue in SeaDrill Ltd (NO) — USD 63.5 million

      Carnegie acted as sole lead manager in the new share issue of ten million shares in SeaDrill Ltd. The proceeds from the new share issue will mainly be used to fund the company's investment in Apexindo. SeaDrill Ltd is a Bermuda-based company established in 2005 with an offshore drilling fleet consisting of three jack-ups rigs, two FPSOs, four new build jack-up rigs and one new build semi-submersible. August, 2005.
    • Initial public offering and new share issue in Eastern Drilling ASA (NO) — USD 200 million

      Initial public offering and new share issue in Eastern Drilling ASA (NO) — USD 200 million

      Carnegie acted as co-lead manager in the new share issue and initial public offering on Oslo Børs. Eastern Drilling ASA is a Norwegian based offshore drilling company. The objective of Eastern Drilling is to own and operate drilling rigs and drilling vessels and conduct activities related thereto. June, 2005.
    • Secondary placing of 1 million shares in Exploration Resources (NO) — NOK 152 million

      Secondary placing of 1 million shares in Exploration Resources (NO) — NOK 152 million

      Carnegie acted as sole manager in G. C. Rieber & Co's NOK 152 million secondary offering of 1 million shares in marine seismic company Exploration Resources. June, 2005.
    • New share issue in SeaDrill Ltd (NO) — USD 38 million

      New share issue in SeaDrill Ltd (NO) — USD 38 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the new share issue of ten million shares in SeaDrill Ltd. SeaDrill Ltd is a Bermuda-based company established in 2005 with an offshore drilling fleet consisting of three jack-ups rigs, two FPSOs, four new build jack-up rigs and one new build semi-submersible. June, 2005.
    • Initial public offering and new share issue in Eastern Drilling ASA (NO) — USD 200 million

      Initial public offering and new share issue in Eastern Drilling ASA (NO) — USD 200 million

      Carnegie acted as co-lead manager in the new share issue and initial public offering on Oslo Børs. Eastern Drilling ASA is a Norwegian based offshore drilling company. The objective of Eastern Drilling is to own and operate drilling rigs and drilling vessels and conduct activities related thereto. June, 2005.
    • New share issue in SeaDrill Ltd (NO) — USD 30 million

      New share issue in SeaDrill Ltd (NO) — USD 30 million

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the new share issue of ten million shares in SeaDrill Ltd. SeaDrill Ltd is a Bermuda-based company established in 2005 with an offshore drilling fleet consisting of three jack-ups rigs, two FPSOs, four new build jack-up rigs and one new build semi-submersible. May, 2005.
    • New share issue and secondary placing in Exploration Resources (NO) — NOK 352 million

      New share issue and secondary placing in Exploration Resources (NO) — NOK 352 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager and book-runner in the new share issue and secondary placing in Exploration Resources. Exploration Resources is a focused marine seismic company which owns four seismic vessels: Polar Princess, Polar Search, Polar Duke and Polar Venturer. March, 2005.
    • New share issue and secondary placing in Exploration Resources (NO) — NOK 352 million

      New share issue and secondary placing in Exploration Resources (NO) — NOK 352 million

      Carnegie acted as lead manager and book-runner in the new share issue and secondary placing in Exploration Resources. Exploration Resources is a focused marine seismic company which owns four seismic vessels: Polar Princess, Polar Search, Polar Duke and Polar Venturer. March, 2005.
    • Secondary placing of 2.6 million treasury shares in Fred. Olsen Energy ASA (NO) — NOK 260 million

      Secondary placing of 2.6 million treasury shares in Fred. Olsen Energy ASA (NO) — NOK 260 million

      Carnegie acted as sole book runner to Fred. Olsen Energy ASA in the placing of 2.6 million treasury shares in Fred. Olsen Energy. February, 2005.
    • Secondary placing of 4.4 million shares in Aker Kværner (NO) — NOK 780 million

      Secondary placing of 4.4 million shares in Aker Kværner (NO) — NOK 780 million

      Carnegie acted as joint book runner to Aker ASA in the placing of 4.4 million shares in Aker Kværner. Kvaerner group is a leading global provider of engineering and construction services, technology products and integrated solutions. January, 2005.
    • Initial public offering of Aker Kvaerner (NO) — NOK 2.1 billion

      Initial public offering of Aker Kvaerner (NO) — NOK 2.1 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in the initial public offering of Aker Kvaerner ASA on the Norwegian Stock Exchange. The initial public offering was made in connection with a major reorganisation of the operations of Kvaerner group into two focused industrial groups and one industrial holding company, in which Carnegie was joint adviser to Kvaerner. Kvaerner group is a leading global provider of engineering and construction services, technology products and integrated solutions. April 2004.
    • Acquisition of Bergesen d.y. ASA (NO) by World Nordic ApS (DK) — NOK 10.3 billion
      Acquisition of Bergesen d.y. ASA (NO) by World Nordic ApS (DK) — NOK 10.3 billion

      Acquisition of Bergesen d.y. ASA (NO) by World Nordic ApS (DK) — NOK 10.3 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to World Nordic in the mandatory offer for all outstanding shares in Bergesen, Norway’s largest shipping group. World Nordic is controlled by the Hong Kong based Sohmen family, controlling one of the world’s largest privately held shipping fleets under the name World-Wide Shipping. August, 2003.

    • Merger between Kværner ASA (NO) and Aker Maritime ASA’s (NO) oil & gas operations — NOK 3.6 billion
      Merger between Kværner ASA (NO) and Aker Maritime ASA’s (NO) oil & gas operations — NOK 3.6 billion

      Merger between Kværner ASA (NO) and Aker Maritime ASA’s (NO) oil & gas operations — NOK 3.6 billion

      Carnegie acted as adviser to Aker Maritime ASA in the merger between Kværner ASA and Aker Oil & Gas Holding AS. The value attributed to Aker Maritime ASA ’s oil & gas operations was NOK 3.6 billion, of which interest bearing debt accounted for NOK 800 million. March, 2002.

    • New share issue in Kværner ASA (NO) — NOK 3.5 billion

      New share issue in Kværner ASA (NO) — NOK 3.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in a directed share issue and rights issue in Kværner. Kværner is an oil service and industrial process technology supplier. The company focuses on supplying engineering and project management services to process industries, both upstream and downstream, as well as supplying products and technology to the upstream oil industry. January, 2002.
    • New share issue in Kværner ASA (NO) — NOK 2.0 billion

      New share issue in Kværner ASA (NO) — NOK 2.0 billion

      Carnegie acted as joint lead manager in a new share issue directed towards Norwegian and international institutional investors, and domestic private investors in Kværner ASA, an oil service and industrial process technology supplier. Kværner ASA focuses on supplying engineering and project management services to process industries, both upstream and downstream, as well as supplying products and technology to the upstream oil industry. December, 2001.
    • New share issue in Kværner ASA (NO) — NOK 2.5 billion

      New share issue in Kværner ASA (NO) — NOK 2.5 billion

      Carnegie acted as co-manager in a rights issue towards Norwegian and international institutional investors and domestic private investors in the international E&C company Kværner ASA. Kværner ASA focuses on supplying engineering and project management services to process industries, both upstream and downstream, as well as supplying products and technology to the upstream oil industry. July, 2000.
    • Secondary placing in TGS Nopec AS (NO) — NOK 330 million

      Secondary placing in TGS Nopec AS (NO) — NOK 330 million

      Carnegie acted as manager in the secondary offering of shares corresponding to 13 per cent of the share capital in the offshore company TGS Nopec AS. The placing corresponded to a market value of NOK 330 million. Carnegie, which was one of four placement agents participating in the offering, represented 50 per cent of the transaction volume. July, 1998.
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