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Energiser LSE:ENGI London Ordinary Share GB00B06CZD75 ORD 0.1P
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  +0.50p +19.05% 3.125p 2.75p 3.50p 3.25p 2.50p 2.625p 2,725,705.00 12:56:06
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20/1/2017
15:31
Engie To Replace Coal Plant In Brisbane With Solar Farms January 20th, 2017 by Steve Hanley Originally published on Solar Love. In the Australian state of Victoria, where Brisbane is located, the Hazelwood coal fired generating plant supplies 20% of the state’s total electrical power. Hazelwood is owned by French utility company Engie, which has announced that it will shutter the plant and the coal mine that feeds it. In its place, Engie is seeking bids from commercial developers to build solar energy farms to replace the electricity that previously derived from the Hazelwood facility. Is Engie doing this because it has suddenly got religion and wants to help save the world? That may be part of it. Last year, the company announced plans to transition away from coal toward renewable energy sources at most of its facilities worldwide. But in the end it comes down to simple economics. Solar is cheaper than coal. End of story. Engie has not released any details about whether the solar power development process will include measures that will allow the storage of electrical energy from solar panels so it can be used later in the day when the sun sets. Such time-shifting strategies are essential to avoid the need for so-called peaker plants — fossil fueled generating stations that sit idle all day until the demand for electricity begins to ramp up in the late afternoon and into the early evening. Closing the Hazelwood facility will eliminate about 500 jobs in the area. But the local government has already budgeted a $266 million dollar package of support benefits for those workers, including retraining for other employment. Some of them will surely be able to find work building the solar facilities to come or operating them once they are completed. Support for unemployed workers is something that many countries, including the US, typically fail to provide as technology causes alterations in the local economy. Engie has not revealed if any companies have submitted proposals for the new solar facilities as of yet, saying it “has only just gone to the market” with the request for bids.
waldron
20/1/2017
14:51
yes listened to last night.
the_alchemist
20/1/2017
14:27
cheers encarter but have you a link
waldron
20/1/2017
14:12
Interesting interview on Vox. Working on 3 deals so good news should b close now.
encarter
20/1/2017
14:09
Intetesting interview on Vox. Working on 3 deals so good news must be close now.
encarter
18/1/2017
11:31
Hydrogen Lobby Launched at Davos Three gas companies – Shell, Total, Engie – and ten car-making and gas process technology groups have teamed up to form the ‘Hydrogen Council’ which launched January 18 at the World Economic Forum in Davos. The new group says it is “determined to position hydrogen among the key solutions of the energy transition.” During its Swiss launch, ‘Hydrogen Council’ members said they want to accelerate their investment in the development and commercialisation of the hydrogen and fuel cell sectors, which they estimate already totals €1.4bn/year. The new body is currently made up of 13 CEOs and chairpersons from Air Liquide, Alstom, Anglo American, BMW Group, Daimler, Engie, Honda, Hyundai Motor, Kawasaki, Linde, Shell, Total and Toyota – all of whom say they are committed to help achieve the ambitious goal of reaching the 2 degrees centigrade target as agreed in the 2015 Paris Agreement. Air Liquide and Toyota are its co-chairs. Linde is also a small-scale LNG distributor. Shell helped roll out hydrogen-refuelling infrastructure in Iceland as a way to demonstrate it could play a major role in a national economy's automotive sector. However the group does not include Statoil or other firms that have pioneered similar hydrogen pilot projects, or indeed any US companies. In some countries, however, where investment is scarce, hydrogen infrastructure will be a rival to infrastructure to refuel natural gas vehicles (NGVs). The same is true among car-makers which may need to prioritise blue-sky investment between developing hydrogen and natural gas vehicles. “Our call today to world leaders is to commit to hydrogen so that together we can meet our shared climate ambitions and give further traction to the emerging hydrogen eco-system,” said Benoit Potier, CEO, Air Liquide. "The Hydrogen Council will exhibit responsible leadership in showcasing hydrogen technology and its benefits to the world. It will seek collaboration, cooperation and understanding from governments, industry and most importantly, the public,” added Toyota chairman Takeshi Uchiyamada. Mark Smedley
waldron
17/1/2017
10:18
Engie to sell LNG terminal operator to GRTgaz Tue 17 Jan 2017 by Karen Thomas Print story Email us Engie to sell LNG terminal operator to GRTgaz Consolidation: Engie plans to sell Elengy to GRTgaz Engie has signed a memorandum of understanding to sell its LNG terminal-operating business Elengy to the French natural gas transmission operator GRTgaz. The planned move consolidates France’s gas-supply infrastructure and positions the merged entity to build its LNG-trading activities and reduces Engie’s net debt by €200 million (US$213.6 million). Isabelle Kocher-led Engie also owns a 75 per cent stake in GRTgaz and that shareholding will not change. Engie said in a statement: “This planned acquisition responds to both European gas-infrastructure challenges and market player needs. The market is subject to infrastructure consolidation, where very large players are integrating several gas-chain businesses, in particular LNG terminals and gas-transmission networks.” Martin Jahan de Lestang-led Elengy operates the Mediterranean LNG-import terminals Fos Tonkin and Fos Cavaou and France’s Atlantic coast terminal at Montoir de Bretagne. Together, the terminals can regasify some 15.4 million tonnes a year (mta) of LNG. In September, Elengy signed a deal with Rotterdam-based Gate Terminal to work together to promote truck loading and LNG bunkering services. Elengy employs 376 people. GRTgaz, Europe’s second-largest natural gas-transmission network operator, employs 3,000 people. It operates more than 32,000km of gas pipelines.
maywillow
15/1/2017
21:03
Engie started from the beginning of the year natural gas imports to Ukraine 13 January 2017 , 14:15Neftegaz.RU185 French energy major ENGIE has become the 1st western company to import commercial volumes of natural gas into Ukraine, network operator Ukrtransgaz said on January 13, 2017. The country’s grid manager said ENGIE had brought 3.9 million cubic metres into Ukraine so far this year, which will either be supplied to end users or injected into storage. ENGIE imported minimal volumes towards the end of 2016 as part of a testing process. In the statement, Ukrtransgaz said it was currently preparing to sign network use agreements with Hungary’s Central Energy Trade and Swiss companies DufEnergy Trading and NORDWIND TRADE. The ENGIE announcement follows an agreement made in October 2016 allowing the French company to use the country’s grid and storage facilities. Policy makers have been keen for foreign companies to use Ukraine’s storage sites for a long time, due to the underutilisation of capacity. Previously there was little interest because of requirements for importers to store 50% of the upcoming month’s expected gas sales. This was reduced to 10% last year, making the domestic market more attractive to western suppliers. Another concern centred on the difficulty and cost of exporting volumes, should a company not be able to sell imported gas within Ukraine.
waldron
15/1/2017
19:12
French Engie company began to supply Ukraine with gas Friday, January 13, 2017 12:25:00 PM The press service of Ukrtransgaz reported on Thursday that the French energy utility company Engi, started to supply Ukraine with gas as of January 1st. The supply volumes are low – 0.4 million cubic meters per day - and the gas is imported from the territory of Poland via the Hermanowice gas-metering station (an entry point to the gas transportation system). The company noted that Engie (formerly GDZ Suez) signed an agreement with Ukrtransgaz in October 2016. According to this agreement, natural gas is stored in Ukrainian storage facilities. As of April 1st, bidirectional gas supplies between Ukraine and Slovakia via Budenets gas-metering station were made possible. The guaranteed daily entry capacity is about 19 million cubic meters per day. What is important is that the transition of this gas-metering station into a bilateral operation mode would enable European traders to import gas to Ukraine for storage and export it from Ukraine after the completion of the storage period. In 2014 a law was adopted according to which it is permitted to rent out the gas transportation system, including underground gas storage facilities, but without granting the renter the right of expropriation. It has to be noted that Ukraine has 13 underground gas storage facilities with a total capacity of 32 billion cubic meters and that a significant portion of this capacity is not used by Ukraine. Ukraine, France, gas
waldron
15/1/2017
19:10
Engie to unveil latest innovations at top UAE event ABU DHABI, 1 days ago Engie (formerly known as GDF Suez), a key player in the power, natural gas and energy services sector, will be showcasing its latest innovations at the upcoming World Future Energy Summit (WFES) in Abu Dhabi. Engie pointed out that these products have been tailored to the needs of the region’s energy sector as it transitions to a low-carbon and renewable future. The event underlines Engie’s commitment to providing sustainable energy solutions for a greener tomorrow, said the leading global energy group in its statement. Engie’s presence at the event underlies the organisation’s commitment to developing smart, sustainable and localised solutions for combatting climate change as the region transitions toward a low-carbon economy. As part of the four-day event, Engie will host an interactive stand in the International Pavilion as part of the French delegation. Visitors are invited to discover the company’s latest innovations and smart solutions which are set to transform the region’s energy sector. These include Siradel, Engie’s cutting-edge 3D urban modelling tool, which was developed to provide a visual representation of essential urban data in a realistic environment to build the smart cities of the future. Visitors will also be able to experience the company’s future-focused renewable energy solutions first-hand through Oculus virtual reality, and access a range of background materials and collateral through a virtual Engie content library, it stated. “The region is going through unprecedented change and Engie is defining a new vision for energy in the GCC,” remarked Sébastien Arbola, the chief executive of Engie Middle East, South & Central Asia and Turkey. "As a company which stands at the forefront of the energy revolution we are committed to creating clean, cost effective solutions which support the region’s economic growth while alleviating the pressures of climate change," stated Arbola. "At Engie, we welcome the opportunity to participate in a leading event such as the World Future Energy Summit and look forward to sharing our latest innovations for a sustainable future," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
waldron
12/1/2017
15:45
16:49 12.01.2017 Engie starts gas supplies to Ukraine French-based Engie (formerly GDF Suez SA) from January 1 started natural gas imports to Ukraine, supplying 3.9 million cubic meters to the Ukrainian gas transportation system (GTS) in the first days of the month, the public relations department of PJSC Ukrtransgaz has said. "According to the report of Engie, the daily volume of gas supplies is nearly 400,000 cubic meters," reads a press release of the Ukrainian GTS operator. Ukrtransgaz said these gas volumes are imported from Poland via the Germanovichi gas metering station. The company noted in the middle of December 2016 Engie successfully conducted tests of natural gas supplies. As reported, at the end of October 2016 Ukrtransgaz and Engie signed agreements on cooperation in transportation and storage of natural gas in Ukrainian underground gas storage facilities (UGS), whereby Engie gained the possibility to store gas in Ukrainian UGS.
sarkasm
11/1/2017
10:24
Published on 11/01/2017 at 09h30 (Boursier.com) - CAC40 red lantern, the Engie share decline of 3.3% to 11.53 euros this Wednesday in the early morning after the French state announced the sale of 100 million shares, or 4 , 1% of the capital of the energy company, for an amount of 1.14 billion euros. The shares were invested in institutional investors. In accordance with the regulations, 11.1 million additional shares (0.5% of the share capital) will be offered to employees and former eligible employees of the Group. On the Stock Exchange, the Engie stock therefore adjusts logically on the unit price of the investment, valued at 11.40 euros. This price represents a discount of 4.4% compared to the closing price of the previous day (11.93 euros), a fairly traditional discount for this type of operation. The energy company is close to its historic floors, on the back of strategic uncertainties, low energy prices and rumors of rapprochement with Suez, recently denied by the group.
waldron
11/1/2017
08:22
PARIS--The French state said late Tuesday it had sold 100 million shares in Engie SA (ENGI.FR), 10 million more than it had previously announced, for 1.14 billion euros ($1.2 billion). Following the sale, made entirely to institutional investors, the French state now holds 28.7% of the French power utility's share capital and 32.6% of its voting rights. Engie was formerly known as GDF Suez. -Write to Nick Kostov at [email protected] (END) Dow Jones Newswires January 11, 2017 02:00 ET (07:00 GMT)
grupo guitarlumber
10/1/2017
18:57
Been looking into this as ive been in INL for a while, 2 directors the same, business model the same, both loading up..hmmmm took 3 tranches over the last few days...Roll the dice..GL
bearhug2
09/1/2017
12:45
Yes good news due any time now. Keep an eye on the website too for updates.
encarter
08/1/2017
18:08
looking at this we probably have 20 houses at 160 000 each = 3.2 million plus 750k imminent so nearly 4 million in solid assets plus placing cash
glennborthwick
08/1/2017
18:05
anyone know the postcode of the houses in Wellingborough
glennborthwick
06/1/2017
17:42
0 06/01/2017 | 16:29 Paris - French energy company Engie has denied Friday that it intends to regain control of the specialist in water and waste management Suez, of which it holds about a third of the capital, through the voice of its general manager Isabelle Kocher . "We have no plans on Suez," insured Isabelle Kocher during his vows to the press, denying recurring speculation about a rapprochement between the two groups. In December, BFM Business said, in particular, that during the summer of 2016, Mrs Kocher spoke with the main candidates from the right and center primary school to submit their idea of ​​creating a giant of energy services around Electricity, gas and water. Suez Environnement (now Suez) was separated from Engie (formerly GDF Suez) in 2008 during the merger of GDF and Suez, but Engie retained control of it until 2013 and the break- Shareholders of the company. "It is not our priority today to settle this issue, because the priority today is to unfold the industrial project" of Engie, insisted Friday the leader. "We can really stay as we are. It is a beautiful company where the dialogues are very close, cooperation exists," she continued on Suez. And if one day Engie was planning to open up to new trades, "this is a question that is much broader than Suez." Faced with the gloom of the European energy sector, the gas and electricity supplier launched a three-year transformation plan in 2016 with the ambition of becoming the leader in the energy transition, with a focus on Energy services and activities at regulated or contractually guaranteed prices. "We are ahead of all the dimensions of the plan," said Isabelle Kocher, pointing out that Engie had already realized more than half of its plan of disposals of 15 billion euros, with good valuations. It also said that its group had already sold or shut down 9 gigawatts of coal-fired power generation capacity out of a total of 15 GW. However, Mrs Kocher said she would work in 2017 to better "make understand" the new strategy of Engie, mishandled on the Stock Exchange last year. "We are in the first part of the implementation of this plan, it is the most ungrateful part, it is the most difficult part, because it is the part in which we see the effect of what Sell ​​", without yet seeing that of the reinvestments, she maintained. In addition, Engie is studying the economic feasibility of its nuclear projects in the United Kingdom and Turkey and is willing to invest if conditions, particularly in terms of prices, are satisfactory.
la forge
06/1/2017
07:40
EU probe: Luxembourg may have given Engie millions in tax benefits Business Europe Thu, 05/01/2017 - 19:07 Author: DPA An investigation by the European Commission has shown that Luxembourg may have given French energy giant Engie tax breaks in a scheme that gave the company an illegal competitive advantage. The probe into Luxembourg's handling of Engie, previously known as GDF Suez, has shown the company to have benefited by as much as 300 million euros (318 million dollars), according to an investigation paper released Thursday. The European Union's executive launched the probe in September to determine whether tax benefits granted in Luxembourg to Engie may have constituted an illegal competitive advantage. The commission found that financial transactions between Engie's Luxembourg subsidiaries were treated as both debt and equity, in effect allowing "a significant proportion" of its profits not to be taxed. Since 2008, the company has used the scheme to avoid paying taxes on about 1 billion dollars. The figures at this point are still estimates, and the probe isn't expected to wrap up for several more months. If the scheme is found to have violated the EU's strict competition laws, the commission could order Luxembourg to recoup the tax advantages from the French company. The case contains a political element as well, since the commission's current president, Jean-Claude Juncker, has also previously been Luxembourg's prime minister and finance minister. Taxation is usually a national issue in the 28-country EU, but the commission has started intervening because it believes the tax arrangements constitute state aid, an area it regulates.
ariane
03/1/2017
18:58
Engie Sees “Free Energy” & $10 Per Barrel Oil Prices By 2025 January 3rd, 2017 by Steve Hanley Originally published on Gas2. “The promise of quasi-infinite and free energy is here,” says Thierry Lepercq, head of research, technology and innovation for Engie SA. He thinks the cost of solar power will drop below $10 a megawatt-hour ($0.01 per kWh) before 2025 in the world’s sunniest places. Engie recently conducted a “very deep modeling” of the Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur region of France, which has about 5 million inhabitants. The study showed those regions could run entirely on renewable energy for about 20% less than the price of electricity today. Lepercq also predicts that oil will drop to around $10 a barrel by 2025. “Even if oil demand continues to climb until 2025, its price could drop to $10 if markets anticipate a significant fall in demand,” Lepercq said at his office near Paris. “Solar, battery storage, electrical and hydrogen vehicles, and connected devices are in a ‘J’ curve,” he said. “Hydrogen is the missing link in a 100 percent renewable energy system, but technological bricks already exist.” A big supporter of hydrogen power, Lepercq thinks hydrogen may be as cheap as liquefied natural gas in less than 10 years. “We’ll have the possibility to transport energy (liquid hydrogen) that’s produced very cheaply in remote places,” Lepercq said. He is encouraged by the construction of the first liquefied hydrogen carrier by Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd. as part of a Japanese plan to import hydrogen from Australia and believes “hundreds̶1; more will be launched in the coming decade. Engie was once the natural gas monopoly holder in France. Over the past decade, it has invested in renewables while it selling off coal fired plants and exploration assets to shield itself from commodity price swings. It is now the world’s largest non-state owned power producer with operations around the globe. In September, Engie bought a stake in Heliatek, a German start-up developing photovoltaic films that can be applied to the exterior of buildings. It also acquired an interest in Symbio FCell, a French manufacturer of fuel cells that convert hydrogen into electricity to run vehicles. The company plans to spend more than $1.5 billion by 2018 on technologies including grid-scale battery storage, hydrogen output, “mini-grids221; that serve small clusters of homes, and smart buildings that link up heating, lighting and IT systems to save energy and cut costs. “In the months to come, we expect to announce the first major steps of projects, investments, partnerships and potential acquisitions” in these areas, said Lepercq, a former banker and entrepreneur. In 2006, he co-founded Solairedirect, a solar developer that was bought by Engie in 2015. “We’re talking about technology platforms in which massive value can be created from comparatively small investment.” For decades, futurists have been predicting a time when electricity would be “too cheap to meter.” If Lepercq is correct, that time is less than 10 to 15 years away. Source: Bloomberg
grupo
30/12/2016
15:10
France’s Engie plans to set up gas and power trading platform in Istanbul ISTANBUL Print Page Send to friend » Share on Facebook [France’s Engie plans to set up gas and power trading platform in Istanbul ] The Global Energy Management (GEM) division of France’s Engie plans to grow by setting up a gas and power trading platform in Istanbul, the company said in a written statement on Dec. 29. “The mission is to enhance the competitiveness of the Engie assets in Turkey through optimized supply and market access and provide energy risk management services to both power plants and gas retail affiliates. The intention is also to extend GEM’s commercial franchise to third parties, leveraging on the benefit of a 15-year- experience in servicing clients, in an open markets environment,” the statement said. An active support will be given to the further development of the Turkish power and gas wholesale markets, with a high focus on renewable power generation and related services, it added. One of ENGIE Group’s Floating LNG Storage and Regasification Unit’s (FSRU) called “Neptune”; was inaugurated at the Etki LNG Terminal in the Aliağa district of the Aegean province of İzmir as Turkey’s first FSRU last week. Neptune has a capacity of 145,000 cubic meters and will serve as an LNG receiving and storage facility and will deliver natural gas in gaseous form. Engie CEO and Country Representative Denis Lohest said the company’s strategy in Turkey was “to develop projects to increase the company’s production capacity with a special focus on renewable energy sources, also participating to the tenders in progress, provide energy together with services like energy efficiency, operations and maintenance and facility management. It’s our customers in a long term relationship, consolidate the sourcing of commodities and build a strong customer base, maximize performance, efficiency and flexibility in our existing assets to remain a leader in the Turkish Market.” “In this context, our main target is to keep and strengthen our vision to be a reliable partner for our stakeholders in Turkey,” Lohest added. December/30/2016
waldron
28/12/2016
16:20
28/12/2016 | 10:47 2016 difficult financial year for Engie which accused Wednesday 28 December one of the largest annual cuts of the CAC 40 (-25.9%). The energy company, which reached last November its lowest level since its birth in July 2008 to 11.22 euros, saw its results quarter after quarter penalized by the fall in energy prices. In the first nine months of the year, Engie Ebitda fell by 5.4% on a reported basis and by 2% at constant scope and exchange rates to € 7.7 billion. Revenues decreased by 11.1% on a reported basis and by 10.5% at constant scope and exchange rates to € 47.5 billion. Against this difficult backdrop, Engie expects a full EBITDA for the full year 2016 at the lower end of the range of € 10.8 billion to € 11.4 billion (excluding the significant impact of disposals) and a recurring net income Of the group at the low end of the range of 2.4-2.7 billion. In addition, the group will include in its accounts 1.8 billion euros of additional nuclear provisions for the decommissioning and management of the downstream fuel cycle of its plants in Belgium. Finally, investors are wondering about the will of the CEO, Isabelle Kocher, to regain control of Suez, world number two environmental services (water, waste). Moving from 33.6% to 100% of Suez would cost Engie approximately 5.3 billion euros, not including the control premium. This combination would allow the group to rely on Suez's commercial contacts with municipalities to offer them energy efficiency services. The stakes are high. At the beginning of the year, the group unveiled a major transformation plan. The new Engie will focus on low-carbon energies, in which the group includes gas, energy services and regulated prices, which are less risky than those exposed to market prices. While analysts have welcomed the plan to redeploy the activities of the former GDF-Suez, they fear that its execution will take time. In this context, investors prefer to stay away from a group that operates in an environment that is too weak. AOF A GOOGLE TRANSLATION
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