WEEKLY SHARE REPURCHASE PROGRAM TRANSACTION DETAILS

Schiedam, Netherlands, Nov. 28, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- November 28, 2016

SBM Offshore reports the transaction details related to the repurchase of its common shares made for the period November 21, 2016 through November 25, 2016.

The repurchases were made under the EUR 150 million share repurchase program for share capital reduction purposes and, to a lesser extent, for employee share programs.  Information regarding the progress of the share repurchase program and the aggregate of the transactions (calculated on a daily basis) for the period August 11, 2016 through November 25, 2016 can be found in the below table.  Further detailed information regarding both the progress of the share repurchase program and all individual transactions can be accessed via the investor relations center of the Company's website.  This press release contains information which is to be made publicly available under the Market Abuse Regulation (nr. 596/2014).  The information concerns a regular update of the transactions conducted under SBM Offshore's current share repurchase program, as announced by the Company on August 10, 2016, details of which are available on its website.

Corporate Profile

SBM Offshore N.V. is a listed holding company that is headquartered in Amsterdam.  It holds direct and indirect interests in other companies that collectively with SBM Offshore N.V. form the SBM Offshore group ("the Company").

SBM Offshore provides floating production solutions to the offshore energy industry, over the full product life-cycle.  The Company is market leading in leased floating production systems with multiple units currently in operation and has unrivalled operational experience in this field.  The Company's main activities are the design, supply, installation, operation and the life extension of Floating Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessels.  These are either owned and operated by SBM Offshore and leased to its clients or supplied on a turnkey sale basis.

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