1. Keppel Posts Huge First Half Loss on Rig Building Impairments  gcaptain.com
  2. Keppel posts $697.6 million loss for Q2, fails to meet pre-condition for Temasek takeover offer  CNA
  3. Keppel posts $698 million net loss for Q2; fails to meet pre-condition for Temasek takeover bid  The Straits Times
  4. Keppel posts S$697.6m net loss for Q2 due to O&M impairments  Business Times
  5. Unclear whether Temasek's bid to takeover Keppel is 'dead in the water' at this point: Analyst  CNA
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SINGAPORE, July 30 (Reuters) – Singaporean conglomerate Keppel Corp reported a loss in the first half of 2020 due to impairments in its offshore and marine business that has been battered by …

Keppel Posts Huge First Half Loss on Rig Building Impairments

SINGAPORE (THE BUSINESS TIMES, REUTERS) - Keppel Corp posted a net loss of $697.6 million for the second quarter ended June, reversing a $153.1 million net profit a year ago. The company was hit by $919 million in provisions for Keppel Offshore & Marine's contract assets, doubtful debt, as well as share of impairment provision arising from its associate, Floatel.. Read more atCompanies & Markets News -SINGAPORE (THE BUSINESS TIMES, REUTERS) - Keppel Corp posted a net loss of $697.6 million for the second quarter ended June, reversing a $153.1 million net profit a year

Keppel posts $698 million net loss for Q2; fails to meet pre-condition for Temasek takeover bid, Companies & Markets News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

MASSIVE impairments of S$919 million, reflecting a gloomy outlook for offshore and marine, pushed Keppel Corp to post a quarterly loss of S$697 million - its deepest quarterly loss in two decades - from a S$153 million profit a year ago. Read more at The Business Times.MASSIVE impairments of S$919 million, reflecting a gloomy outlook for offshore and marine, pushed Keppel Corp to post a quarterly loss of S$697 million - its deepest quarterly loss in two decades -

Keppel posts S$697.6m net loss for Q2 due to O&M impairments, Companies & Markets - THE BUSINESS TIMES

Just over 20% of Keppel Offshore & Marine’s workforce are currently working due to lockdowns at foreign worker dormitories in SingaporeJust over 20% of Keppel Offshore & Marine’s workforce are currently working due to lockdowns at foreign worker dormitories in Singapore hit by the Covid-19 outbreak.

Keppel O&M’s workforce reduced to around 20% by Covid-19 | Seatrade Maritime