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Update on Altus Strategies’ (ALS) activities across a number of its portfolio projects
Bouygues tipped for £135m Cardiff innovation campus Aaron Morby 59 mins ago Share Cardiff University is understood to be in final negotiations with contractor Bouygues to deliver the next phase of its ambitious campus development. Looking west across Exchange Square towards Innovation Centre’s main entrance The third phase of the Cardiff University post-graduate project includes a new translation facility, and innovation centre with a new pedestrian bridge connecting the centre to the existing business school. Kier has carried out pre-construction work on the project but decided not to proceed with the main design and build contract. Several contractors including Sir Robert McAlpine and BAM were also in the bid race but it is now understood Bouygues is favourite to sign a deal. Architects HawkinsBrown and HOK have worked up project designs alongside site masterplanners BDP. Arup delivered M&E and Jacobs structural designed for the development which been designed to achieve BREEAM Excellent rating. The associated works include sewer systems, landscaping, infrastructure and enabling works. The bridge proposal comprises a 30m long single span virendeel truss system, with stairs and dual access lift at each end. It will terminate in Exchange Square, a large public open space, at the heart of the Innovation System Campus, east of the Innovation Centre Building. To the west it will terminates the existing Business School car park. Aaron Morby Written by Aaron Morby 59 mins ago To share a story email always off the record To advertise contact
Alstom confirms plans to bring hydrogen trains to the UK 15 May 2018 | By LLB Reporter Print Save Alstom UK becomes high-tech Alstom today confirms plans to bring its world leading hydrogen technology to trains in the UK. This is the first substantive industry response to the Government’s challenge to remove diesel rolling stock by 2040. The company is working with Eversholt Rail on plans to convert Class 321 electric trains to hydrogen operation, fitting hydrogen tanks and fuel cells to upcycle trains that are some of the best proven on the network into Britain’s most advanced rolling stock. “The potential for hydrogen trains is enormous. The Government has set a clear objective of removing diesel rolling stock by 2040 and this requires a bold and innovative response from the industry. I am very proud that, working with Eversholt Rail, we are able to take the lead in that respect. “Not only are hydrogen trains zero carbon, they are near-silent and emit no particulates, which means they offer substantial air quality and noise pollution benefits too. On cost, hydrogen trains can help to avoid the necessity for line electrification, which represents a significant investment for customers. “We think the potential long-term application of hydrogen in the UK is very significant. Less than fifty per cent of the UK network is electrified, and much that isn’t electrified is unlikely ever to be so. Starting with this conversion, we think hydrogen could offer the right zero carbon solution for many parts of the network.” Said Nick Crossfield, Managing Director, Alstom UK & Ireland. Alstom is the first company to introduce a regional train based on hydrogen fuel cells and batteries. The Coradia iLint is the first Alstom hydrogen train, on test already in Germany. Nearly a third of all the UK’s trains are diesel trains, which will need to be replaced or refurbished to hit the Government’s target of no diesel rail vehicles by 2040.
PARIS (Agefi-Dow Jones) - Barclays Bank on Monday raised its target price on the railway equipment supplier Alstom from 40 to 45 euros, with a recommendation to "overweight". The bank's analysts express a positive opinion on the future merger between the French group and the mobility branch of the German Siemens, which should be finalized by the end of 2018. "Product and geographical complementarities, coupled with opportunities for cost reduction, make the project compelling, "they write, adding that the cost synergies of 470 million euros, which must be achieved no later than four years after the end of the operation, seem to them to be" attainable " ". "In our opinion, Siemens-Alstom will represent a unique global player in the rail market", with good growth momentum in the rail market "as well as opportunities for margin improvement with increasing exposure to signaling and service activities ", they continue. Barclays analysts also note that if the last quarter of Alstom, which will publish Wednesday its results for the fiscal year 2017-2018, should be modest in terms of orders, the following promises to be more successful, with the contract of 1 , 4 billion euros for the driverless metro in Montreal, the 100 TGV of the future for 2.5 billion euros or the supply of trains for lines 15, 16 and 17 of the Grand Paris Express, contract that could exceed the billion euros. Alstom wins 0.10% to 38.60 euros. ( ed: VLV Agefi-Dow Jones The financial newswire (END) Dow Jones Newswires May 14, 2018 08:27 ET (12:27 GMT)
Alstom: going out of joint ventures with GE Alstom (EU: ALO) Intraday Chart of the Action Today: Thursday 10 May 2018 More charts from the Alstom Stock Exchange ( - Alstom announces this morning that it has signed, yesterday, with General Electric (GE) the agreement allowing the exit of the French group 'energy' joint ventures which it holds in concert with the American conglomerate. Now refocused on railway equipment after the sale in 2015 of almost all of its Energy (turbines) business to GE, Alstom still held minority stakes in the capital of three 'energy' joint ventures, associating it with GE, JV Renewables. , JV Grid and JV Nuclear. Alstom intends to exercise the put options of its JV Renewables and JV Grid shares in 2018, he says. 'In the event of exercise of these options during the exercise period (between September 4 and September 10, 2018), GE will be deemed to have exercised its option to purchase Alstom's stake in the Nuclear JV', explains the French group. In the end, the completion of these transfers would take place on 2 October next in the amount of nearly 2.6 billion euros.
Friday 4 May 2018 More Bouygues Stock Exchange Charts ( - Bouygues Telecom announced this Friday to cover now 96% of the French population in 4G. It is now nearly 62.8 million French who can take advantage of the operator's 4G network and develop their digital uses. Bouygues Telecom totaled 17,131 authorized 4G sites (number 2 on the market), of which 14,908 are currently in service. The group plans to cover 99% of the French population in 4G by the end of this year.
1085/5000 BOUYGUES: The technical situation is rather uncertain TEC30 / 04/2018 at 07:36 BOUYGUES: The technical situation is rather uncertain BOUYGUES: The technical situation is rather uncertain SYNTHESIS The MACD is positive but below its signal line. The current dynamics is interrupted. In the event that the MACD becomes negative, the decline in prices could continue. Power indicators, such as the RSI, do not give us any particular short-term indications. Stochastic indicators do not give clear signals for the coming days. Exchanged volumes are above average volumes over the past 10 days. MOVEMENTS AND LEVELS The title is on the rise. It is above its 50-day moving average. The 20-day moving average is above the 50-day moving average. Support stands at 39.93 EUR, then 39.26 EUR and resistance is 44.67 EUR, then 45.34 EUR. Last course: 42.17 Resistance: 44.67 / 45.34 Support: 39.93 / 39.26 Short term opinion: negative Medium term opinion: positive
Orange and Bouygues Telecom were sentenced on Friday to pay a fine of 315,000 euros each by the Directorate General of Competition, Consumer Affairs and Fraud Control (DGCCRF), for posting their subscription rates to the fixed internet incompletely. In its decision, the repression of frauds accuses the two operators not to include "the cost of renting the box", an indispensable tool for Internet access, the price brought to the attention of the consumer. The monthly rental price of the box was usually mentioned with an asterisk in the small lines of the general conditions of sale. "Orange regrets and takes note of the decision of the DGCCRF", responded a spokesman for the operator. "Recently, the group had sent a letter to the DGCCRF asking for a joint meeting with all operators to clarify the new interpretation of the DGCCRF and adopt common practices," he adds, lamenting that the mail was left without reply. Questioned by AFP, Bouygues did not wish to comment. In August 2017, the DGCCRF warned Orange and Bouygues on this issue and asked them to change their practices before 1 February 2018. SFR, which had also been pointed out, was not fined because the group came into compliance in time by displaying in bold a price of Internet access offers increased by three euros and including the cost of renting the box. Since April 5, Orange now displays the price with the rental of the box included in its offer. Bouygues has also changed its display to comply with the requirements of the repression of fraud. Agefi-Dow Jones The financial newswire (END) Dow Jones Newswires April 27, 2018 09:59 ET (13:59 GMT)
Bouygues: ricoche under the 43E. Bouygues (EU: EN) Intraday Chart of the Action Today: Wednesday 25 April 2018 More Bouygues Stock Exchange Charts ( - Bouygues ricoche under the 43E and seems well left to go close the gap of 40,88E April 4. The title would only have to slip a few fractions to test the medium-term support of the 40E, see the annual floor of 39.35E of 28 March.
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Alstom SA (ALO.FR) said Tuesday that it has received an order to supply tram-trains to the Ile-de-France region for about 170 million euros ($208.1 million). The company said that it will supply 32 additional Citadis Dualis tram-trains to Ile-de-France Mobilites and the SNCF Transilien railway network. Write to Marc Bisbal Arias at (END) Dow Jones Newswires April 24, 2018 10:29 ET (14:29 GMT)
BOUYGUES: Bullish signals are intact TEC23 / 04/2018 at 07:30 BOUYGUES: Bullish signals are intact BOUYGUES: Bullish signals are intact SYNTHESIS The MACD is positive and superior to its signal line. This configuration confirms the right orientation of the title. It can be seen that the upside potential of the RSI is not exhausted. Stochastics, for their part, are in the overbought zone, a correction is likely in the short term. Exchanged volumes are above average volumes over the past 10 days. MOVEMENTS AND LEVELS The title is on the rise. It is above its 50-day moving average. The 20-day moving average is above the 50-day moving average. Support is at 40.32 EUR, then at 39.28 EUR and resistance is at 44.51 EUR, then at 45.56 EUR. Last class: 42.82 Support: 40.32 / 39.28 Resistance: 44.51 / 45.56 Medium term opinion: positive Short term opinion: positive
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Bouygues: 'no discussion with another operator' Bouygues (EU: EN) Intraday Chart of the Action Today: Monday 16 April 2018 More Bouygues Stock Exchange Charts ( - Bouygues: 'there is no discussion with SFR' Following a dispatch posted today by Bloomberg, the group wants to make a new development. 'Like any player in a market, Bouygues regularly studies the various hypotheses of changes in the telecoms sector', the group said in its press release. 'But to this day there is no discussion with another operator and no mandate has been issued to any council whatsoever,' says the group.
Paris-Sud University has awarded a Bouygues-led team a €283m design-build contract for a science centre. The team will carry out the design, construction, operation and maintenance of the Biology – Pharmacy – Chemistry Centre for the future Paris-Saclay University campus on the Plateau de Saclay. Handover is scheduled for April 2022, following 12 months of development studies and 36 months of works. Sylvie Retailleau, President of Paris-Sud University, said: “Biology, pharmacy and chemistry have a common culture and share issues in common in relation to health. Collaborations between these three disciplines are natural. From a scientific standpoint, grouping them together seemed essential to us.” Pascal Minault, CEO of Bouygues Entreprises France-Europe, said: “This partnership contract testifies to the confidence we have been shown by Paris-Sud University. Working alongside recognised partners, starting with the architects BTuA and Bernard Tschumi, Baumschlager Eberle Architects, and Groupe-6, we have devised a project that is sober, functional and elegant which aims to make the Biology – Pharmacy – Chemistry Centre a centre of excellence in teaching and research.” The centre will incorporate research labs, teaching facilities, scientific greenhouses, an insectarium and aquarium, social spaces, offices, technical areas, shared logistics zones and car parking.
ENGIE ENGIE.PA announced Thursday to have tabled its proposed public offer simplified purchase agreement for the shares of ELECTRO POWER SYSTEMS (EPS) EPS.PA. Engie announced on January 24 that he had reached an agreement to take the control of this company specialized in energy storage. * ALSTOM ALSO.PA announced Thursday that it has received two orders concerning the supply of 25 Coradia Lint regional trains for southern Germany for a total amount of 116 million euros. * SODEXO EXHO.PA - Goldman Sachs lowered his recommendation to "neutral" against "purchase".
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France's Alstom SA (ALO.FR) said Monday that it had been awarded four contracts valued at about 330 million euros ($407.6 million) to supply 54 Coradia Stream trains to Trenitalia. The trains, which will be used in four different regions in Italy, are designed for regional and intercity lines, Alstom said. This order follows a previous one for 47 trains from Italy's Emilia-Romagna region in 2016, it said. Write to at (END) Dow Jones Newswires March 26, 2018 03:19 ET (07:19 GMT)
AFP @thelocalgermany 24 March 2018 17:46 CET+01:00 The maker of France's iconic TGV trains Alstom and German industrial leader Siemens signed on Friday an agreement on creating a global leader in the rail industry. The Business Combination Agreement (BCA) sets the terms of combining Alstom with Siemens' mobility business, including its rail traction drive business, after the two firms unveiled their plans last year. "With the signing of the BCA, we have reached an important milestone on the way to building a new leader capable of tackling the challenges of tomorrow's mobility," said Henri Poupart-Lafarge, the chief executive of Alstom who will be the CEO of the new company, in a statement. Roland Busch, a member of the management board of Siemens, is to serve as chairman of the board of directors of the combined entity, which is to be based in France. Siemens will control 50 percent of Alstom immediately but will be blocked from taking a bigger than 50.5 percent stake for the four coming years. Alstom trade unions objected to the merger, fearing job cuts and closures. An Alstom-Siemens merger has been mooted for years and completes the transformation of the French group which sold off its energy business to American rival General Electric in 2015 for 9.5 billion euros. The merger will create the world's top firm for rail signalisation and the number two for building train carriages, which should help the firms face rising Chinese competition. The merger is expected to be completed by the end of the year. Alstom employs 32,800 people worldwide while Siemens Mobility has 28,800 staff. READ ALSO: France's Alstom inks €75 million supply deal with India metro firms
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Synthesis The company has solid fundamentals. More than 70% of companies have a mix of growth, profitability, debt and lower visibility. The company presents an interesting fundamental situation in a short-term investment perspective. Strong points Historically, the group publishes activity figures higher than expected. The company enjoys attractive valuation levels with a relatively low EV / CA ratio compared to other listed companies around the world. The company benefits from very strong upward earnings revisions over the last 4 months. Indeed, these have recently been adjusted upwards and in significant proportions. The stock follows a long-term positive trend in the long term above the support level of EUR 29.98. Weak points Prices are approaching a strong long-term resistance in weekly data, around EUR 35.94. Analysts' estimates of changes in the company's business are relatively different from each other. The visibility related to the company's activity appears relatively low.
Alstom: the Strasbourg Transport Company tests Aptis JN.L. published on 20/11/2017 at 15h37 Alstom: the Strasbourg Transport Company tests Aptis ( - Alstom, NTL and the Compagnie des Transports Strasbourgeois, test Aptis from 20 to 24 November on line 10 of the Eurométropole network, in real conditions of operation with passengers. Aptis is an innovative mobility solution co-developed by Alstom and NTL, whose prototypes are manufactured on the NTL site in Duppigheim (Bas-Rhin). This experiment will test the specificities of Aptis, a bus inspired by the world of the tramway, in a new urban context, to test its insertion performance, its capacity for autonomy, after the first successful experiments in Ile-de-France. de-France, Lyon and Belgium.
Today: Monday 20 November 2017 More charts from the Alstom Stock Exchange ( - Alstom announced on Monday that it has successfully delivered the first longest Citadis trams in Dublin from its plant in La Rochelle (Charente-Maritime). 7 55-meter-long trams, purchased by Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) worth 35 million euros and able to carry up to 344 passengers, will run on the extension of the tramway network of the Irish capital as part of the project LUAS Cross City. When the 7 trams have arrived from La Rochelle, they will be fully assembled on the Alstom site in Sandyford, where they will undergo safety tests and then put into service. Their entry into service is scheduled for next February. After the delivery of La Rochelle, Dublin will have a fleet of 73 Citadis trams from Alstom. The latter is also responsible for the maintenance of trams and subway infrastructure
Alstom: presentation of an electric road project. Alstom (EU: ALO) Intraday Chart of the Action Today: Friday 17 November 2017 More charts from the Alstom Stock Exchange ( - On the occasion of the arrival of French President Emmanuel Macron in Sweden, Alstom announced the presentation of its electrical road project at the Volvo Group headquarters in Gothenburg. This innovation contributes to greener mobility and expands the French group's portfolio of environmental solutions. In partnership with Volvo Group, the latter participates in the Electric Road Systems projects initiated by the Swedish Energy Agency of Sweden, by adapting its electrification solution to the APS ground currently used with trams for an application for roads. A demonstrator designed to power the electric trucks is being implemented and is currently being evaluated on the Volvo Group test tracks in Sweden. For this project, Alstom delivered the entire electrification system, including the energy-conducting segments integrated into the road surface. Originally, APS is a dynamic power supply solution for trams, already proven on 7 networks worldwide, including Bordeaux (Gironde), Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) and Dubai (United Arab Emirates). which represents more than 30 million kilometers. Other developments derived from the APS include the SRS system, designed for the static recharging of trams and electric buses equipped with an embedded energy storage system. APS for the road was developed by the Alstom sites of Vitrolles (Bouches-du-Rhô;ne) and Saint-Ouen (Seine-Saint-Denis).
1355/5000 Alstom connects Germany, Switzerland and Italy with its Pendolino train Jean-Noël Legalland, published on 17/11/2017 at 12:29 Alstom connects Germany, Switzerland and Italy with its Pendolino train ( - Alstom will connect Germany, Switzerland and Italy with its Avelia Pendolino high-speed train in December 2017. SBB, Deutsche Bahn and Trenitalia are preparing to offer a new direct service between Germany and Italy via Switzerland. In early 2017, Alstom delivered the latest Pendolino ETR 610 high-speed pendulum train operated by SBB, carrying the operator's fleet to 19 Pendolino trains. Until now, these vehicles were operated as Euro City trains on routes of the Gotthard and Simplon, in the direction of Milan and Venice. By the end of 2017, they will connect three countries by connecting Frankfurt, Basel and Milan. The Avelia Pendolino train designed by Alstom for SBB is a seven-car train that can carry up to 420 passengers at a maximum operating speed of 250 km / h. Trains are made in Italy. The Alstom site in Savigliano is in charge of designing and manufacturing trains. That of Sesto San Giovanni (Milan) is responsible for the design and production of the traction system, while the signaling systems are produced in Bologna
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