Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Energiser LSE:ENGI London Ordinary Share GB00B06CZD75 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 2.625p 2.50p 2.75p 2.625p 2.625p 2.625p 22,169.00 07:55:14
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14/2/2017
13:01
ENGIE: Credit Suisse lowers its price target By Agence Option Finance Published on 14/02/2017 at 10:51 Updated on 14/02/2017 at 10:51 (AOF) - Credit Suisse reduced its target price on Engie from 14.4 to 12 euros while reiterating its Neutral opinion. The broker reduced its forecast for 2019 by 5% (by 11% in 2017). After several years of underperformance of the title, the question is whether the new strategy of the group will bear fruit. However, the consulting firm considers that the new Engie will not necessarily give rise to additional results.
maywillow
11/2/2017
09:24
19/01/2017 | 10:21 UBS is downgrading its recommendation on "Engie de Achat" to "Neutral" and its target price of 16.5 to 12 euros, expecting further negative revisions of BPA in 2017 and that proceeds from disposal go to debt reduction And the protection of the credit rating. 'This means that the dividend of 0.70 euro per share is unlikely to increase in 2017-2018, which, combined with a sluggish EPS, limits the chances of a progression in the stock over the next 12 months' Believes the broker. UBS believes Engie's EPS could progress more rapidly from 2018 but this potential is not expected to be taken into account by the market in 2017 given the risks of carrying out the transformation of the energy group. The broker specifies that its new target price of 12 euros is based on a valuation at 12.8 times the expected EPS in 2018 and on a target dividend yield of 5.8%. 'A revaluation is possible, but not before 2018', he said.
waldron
11/2/2017
09:19
23/01/2017 | 10:28 Bryan Garnier reaffirms his recommendation for a purchase and a fair value of € 14.9 on Engie after the energy group realized approximately half of its € 15 billion sale program. "Over the last few weeks we have calculated that the group has sold more than one billion euros of assets, which has been somewhat ignored by the market in our opinion," said the financial intermediary. If these disposals do not have a significant impact on its estimates or fair value, Bryan Garnier considers that they confirm Engie's strategy and its ability to reach its target of 15 billion in 2018. "All eyes are now turning to a potential disposal of exploration and production assets, which we believe should pave the way for a significant upgrading of the stock," the broker continued.
waldron
09/2/2017
20:51
Cutting Coal Advances Engie To 50% of Divestment Target French utility giant Engie said February 8 it has now completed its previously announced asset disposals in the US, India and Indonesia, taking it almost to the half-way mark of its 2016-18 €15bn divestment programme announced a year ago. It has now sold assets for €6.9bn. In the US, Engie has sold 8.7 GW of net thermal generation capacity (8 GW gas and 0.7 GW coal) to a Dynegy-ECP joint venture for an enterprise value of $3.3bn, resulting in a €3bn reduction in Engie's net debt. An earlier sale of US hydro-power assets closed June 2016 also reduced its debt by €1.1bn. Engie retains smaller generation and energy service operations in the US, and a stake in the Cameron LNG project currently under construction. In Asia, Engie closed the sale of its stakes in two coal-fired power plants, Meenakshi (in India) and Paiton (Indonesia) totaling 3 GW (gross) in 2H2016, resulting in a net debt reduction of €1.5bn. Its 40.5% stake in the 2 GW Paiton plant was sold to Nebras Power and other existing Paiton shareholders, while its entire stake in Meenakasi (0.3 GW installed, 0.7 GW under construction) was sold to Bombay stock exchange-listed India Power Corporation. Reducing carbon footprint Engie said its three coal-fired divestments reduced its coal-fired installed generation capacity at end-2016 by 20%, also reducing its carbon footprint. Engie CEO Isabelle Kocher (Photo credit: Engie) In an interview last month with the French gas association, Engie CEO Isabelle Kocher said: "Natural gas is ...an element of stability that is absolutely necessary in a low-carbon energy system. Let’s take electricity generation for instance: for it to be decarbonised, we have to replace coal in order to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions and develop renewable energy while guaranteeing network stability. Only natural gas can meet these challenges." Kocher recalled that, early in 2016, Engie committed to no longer launch any coal-fired projects, to develop renewables and continue gas-fired (CCGT) plants. Engie operates four CCGTs in France – DK6 in Dunkirk, Montoir, plus Cycofos and Combigolfe in Fos-Cavaou – and recently won a €500mn contract to build a 1.3-GW gas-fired power plant in Saudi Arabia. Mark Smedley
grupo guitarlumber
03/2/2017
19:32
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waldron
30/1/2017
19:33
Engie closes $1.2 billion deal for Fadhili power plant in Saudi Arabia January 30, 2017 4:51 pm French utility firm Engie has said that it has been awarded the contract and achieved financial closing to build a power station at Fadhili in eastern Saudi Arabia. The greenfield Fadhili independent power project (IPP) is a combined cycled gas power plant with a capacity of 1,507 MW and it will feed oil giant Saudi Aramco’s new gas plant in Jubail Industrial City. It will also supply electricity to 1.1 million households in the country. Engie expects that the cogeneration plant will be completed by the end of 2019 and when operational, it will also produce 1,447 tons per hour of steam and 768.8 tons per hour of feed water. Total investment for the project will be $1.2 billion. Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) will be the off-taker for electricity and Saudi Aramco for the steam and feed water under 20-year purchase agreements, a statement from Engie on Monday said. The French company will have a 40 per cent equity ownership in the project while SEC and Saudi Aramco Power Holding Company (SAPHCO) will hold 30 per cent each, it said. At the time of bidding in 2015, Saudi utility firm had said that it will hold 50 per cent of the project and Saudi Aramco will take 10 per cent, while the bid winner would have 40 per cent. South Korean Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction won the contract for engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) while Siemens will supply the gas turbines. Scope of work will also include the construction of a 380 kV substation to be transferred to SEC in 2018 for ownership, operation and maintenance, the statement said. Isabelle Kocher, CEO of Engie said the company has earned a reputation of being a reliable developer and operator of electricity and water facilities in the kingdom over the last years and the award of Fadhili project reaffirms its leading position as independent power producer in the Middle East. “The Fadhili project is in line with our strategy that aims at concentrating on low CO2 activities via renewable energies and gas for power generation,” she added. Engie has a portfolio of 30 GW power and more than 1,200 million gallons per day (MIGD) of desalination water production in operation (4.5 millions of cubic meters) in the Gulf Cooperation Council countries. Together with the Fadhili project, the company currently has four plants in Saudi Arabia. Tags: AMEinfo Staff By AMEinfo Staff AMEinfo staff members report business news and views from across the Middle East and North Africa region, and analyse global events impacting the region today.
grupo
30/1/2017
17:18
Published on 30/01/2017 at 14h13 (Boursier.com) - Engie lost 1.7% in a bear market in early afternoon, at 11.05 euros, its lowest level since the beginning of the stock market history of Gaz de France. The dossier weighs only 27 billion euros on the stock market, far from its peaks beyond 90 billion euros in 2008. RBC Capital lowered this morning performance outperformance sector recommendation for a target price reduced from 18 to 12.50 euros. If the record retains 60% of positive recommendations, the average price target declined to 14.33 euros. A year ago, the favorable recommendation rate was 77.8% for an average target of 18.24 euros.
grupo
30/1/2017
08:50
Published on 30/01/2017 at 09h15 (Boursier.com) - Engie cedes 1% to 11.1 euros at the beginning of the session, penalized by an analyst note. RBC Capital has lowered its recommendation on "sector outperformance" performance for a reduced target of € 18 to € 12.50.
grupo
30/1/2017
06:18
Isabelle Kocher claims that ENGIE believes in the future in Belgium, but it does not convince the experts. Coming to Belgian soil to defend the safety of our nuclear power plants in front of the chamber during a subcommittee on nuclear safety, Engie's Director General Isabelle Kocher said Belgium had great potential for growth for Engie. Interviewed in the daily newspaper L'Echo, the director of the French giant said: "Belgium is for Engie and Electrabel a country of growth: we have 17,000 people today, of which a little less than 5,000 at Electrabel, and Particularly in energy-saving activities.There are very important development opportunities here, and it is important that we create the conditions for this confidence and pride. Several experts allow themselves to doubt this growth. Others even murmur that Enge plans rather a strategy of decay. Damien Ernst, professor at ULg, evokes a heavy structure that disadvantages Engie compared to the competition. "What will Engie bring in addition to the small groups that already have the means to produce renewable with a local anchorage, if they no longer have nuclear," the scientist queried. For, theoretically by 2025, Belgium will have left energy production thanks to atomic technology, which is not necessarily the taste of Mrs Kocher. "These nuclear power plants account for more than half of the country's energy supply, they are very competitive and technically at the highest possible level. There is, of course, a scenario in which we believe to be sustainable For a long time, because we believe that they are competitive, efficient and do not emit CO2. There are many good reasons for doing so, "she insists in the columns of L'Echo. In addition, explains Ecolo MP Jean-Marc Nollet, a member of the subcommittee on nuclear safety, "Engie is not doing well, and the company is emerging from nuclear power all over England, Turkey. Are Bianca plans In Belgium, the Bianca plans are to resell, if possible to public or local authorities, but if public or semi-public companies enter the capital of Electrabel, they will be in favor of extending the power stations Nuclear, "analyzes the deputy Ecolo. Thus, there is a risk of hearing further talk of Tihange and Doel in the coming years, as nothing seems ready to close these plants which still employ 3,000 people.
waldron
26/1/2017
20:35
Engie backs Emirates Electric Vehicle Road Trip DUBAI, 14 hours, 42 minutes ago Leading global energy group Engie has joined the upcoming Emirates Electric Vehicle Road Trip (EVRT) as a key sponsor and has installed all EV charging stations along the route. Taking place between January 29 and February 1, the inaugural road trip will cover all seven emirates, starting at the Burj Al Arab Dubai, and finishing with a tour of The Sustainable City Dubai. The first event of its kind in the country, Emirates EVRT is part of a global movement which aims to challenge consumers’ beliefs about electric vehicle (EV) technology and pave the way to a more sustainable, low-carbon future, and will highlight the UAE government’s continued commitment to sustainability innovations, said a statement. Engie’s partnership with EVRT underlines the group’s ongoing strategy to become the region’s partner for sustainable urban development. Leading the energy transition through a variety of innovative initiatives and partnerships, Engie in the Middle East is working alongside local governments and authorities in the pursuit of a new, greener vision for communities and businesses. ‘Enige is committed to promoting low carbon energy like gas and renewables as well as changing consumers’ transportation habits through the development of cleaner and more sustainable energy solutions to reduce overall CO2 emissions from transport,’ said Sébastien Arbola, CEO of Engie Middle East, South and Central Asia and Turkey. “Globally, the company is leading the way in terms of greener mobility solutions, including urban planning advisory services, smart parking and transportation systems, charging solutions for electric vehicles, managing systems for public transport and innovative solutions such as car sharing and smart parking.” During the trip, each charging station will be officially launched with a ribbon cutting ceremony for the first car to be plugged in at each step, the statement said. Engie’s global customer solutions are based on three main pillars: the production of clean, low-carbon power; the development of large gas infrastructure and projects; and the supply of energy efficiency services. In the Middle East, South and Central Asia and Turkey, Engie’s existing activities range from large-scale power generation and water desalination to gas retail & distribution, LNG import and Facility Management Services for B2B customers, with an ambition to become the regional partner of choice in the energy transition. – TradeArabia News Service
sarkasm
26/1/2017
07:33
Gas: prices down from February Fellowship Boursier - Tue 24 Jan 2017 13:39 CET Share Companies: ENGIE SA As expected, regulated gas tariffs will decrease by an average of 0.56% on 1 February, compared to the scale in force in January 2017, the Commission for Energy Regulation announced on Tuesday. In detail, this decline is 0.2% for those who use gas for cooking, 0.4% for those who have dual-use cooking and hot water and 0.6% for heating fireplaces To gas, says the CRE. PUBLICITY InRead invented by Teads Decrease by more than 10% since January 1, 2015 This decline follows three months of consecutive increases (5% in January, following an increase of 2.5% in December and 1.6% in November). However, CRE recalls that, since 1 January 2015, regulated tariffs on gas sales have fallen by 12.5% ​​on average. Compared to 1 January 2016, the decrease is 1.7%. Since 2013, gas tariffs have been reviewed on a monthly basis to better reflect actual procurement costs for Engie (London: 0LD0.L - actualité) ....
grupo guitarlumber
25/1/2017
18:29
Calendar 02 Mar 2017 Annual results 2016 12 May 2017 Shareholders’ meeting 28 Jul 2017 2017 Half Year Results
grupo guitarlumber
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
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