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Energiser LSE:ENGI London Ordinary Share GB00B06CZD75 ORD 0.1P
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15/8/2017
23:38
Http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/business/qaceo/2017-08/11/content_30450260.htm
maywillow
12/8/2017
09:05
11/08/2017 | 3:27 p.m. Gas is a multifaceted energy. An overview of the different forms it can take. Natural gas: abundant natural energy Natural gas is an energy derived from the decomposition, for millions of years, of organic matter such as plankton or algae. It is 95% methane. The reserves are abundant and the subterranean or submarine deposits widely distributed throughout the world. It is transported to consumption areas in two ways: Either in gaseous form, in buried steel pipelines and then in distribution networks: natural gas. Either in liquefied form, at a temperature of minus 160 ° C to reduce its volume: it is called Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG). It is transported in LNG tankers and then regasified in specialized LNG terminals to be injected into the transmission or distribution network. The combustion of natural gas mainly emits steam and emits no soot, dust or smoke. It generates 30% less carbon dioxide (CO) than fuel oil and 45% less coal, less nitrous oxide (NO) and very little sulfur dioxide (SO). Biogas at the heart of the circular economy Locally, the transformation of fermentable organic matter from various sectors (agricultural, industrial, catering waste, municipal waste, etc.) produces biogas. This renewable gas can be directly used as fuel in industrial boilers or to supply district heating networks. It can also be purified to obtain the same quality as natural gas: it is then called "biomethane" or "green gas". Once odorized, controlled, counted, and regulated pressure, it can then be injected into the distribution network to lend itself to the same uses as natural gas: heating, cooking, production of hot water, etc. It can also be used as biofuel for vehicles. Biomethane, an alternative and renewable energy Biomethane allows waste to be valorised in a circular economy and to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Indeed, wastes naturally produce methane by degrading. Their collection and treatment avoids these emissions in nature and transforms them into clean energy. The greenhouse gas emissions balance for the use of this energy is therefore virtually neutral because the CO produced by the recovery of biomethane has previously been captured by the degraded organic materials. Thanks to new technologies, second-generation biomethane can also be produced from ligno-cellulosic biomass (wood and straw). This process is in the state of research & development. ENGIE is mobilizing its R & D on the subject, notably through the construction of the Gaya platform. In the longer term, microalgae will be grown, which will also produce 100% renewable gas: this is called "third generation" biomethane. Biomethane in Europe In Europe, Germany leads the way in biogas production, with 10,000 GWh injected into the grids for 190 units. The United Kingdom is second with 2,000 GWh injected and 51 units. These countries benefit from attractive feed-in tariffs and produce crops dedicated to the production of biogas, enabling them to benefit from more homogeneous raw materials in order to industrialize their biogas recovery processes and digestation residues (Digestat). In France, biomethane production is part of the strategy for developing renewable energies. The French law of 17 August 2015 on the energy transition for green growth stipulates that 10% of the gas consumed in 2030 is of renewable origin. In 2017, 31 sites are injecting biomethane into the natural gas distribution network operated by GRDF. ADEME expects that 500 to 1,400 sites could inject between 12 and 30 TWh / year of biomethane into the networks around 2030. This represents the energy needed to heat 2,500,000 households and supply 55,000 buses or trucks. Source: GRTGAZ
maywillow
08/8/2017
17:36
ENGIE E&P UK reports first gas at Cygnus Bravo in the southern North Sea 8/8/2017 ABERDEEN -- First gas has been exported from Cygnus Bravo, the satellite wellhead platform in the Southern North Sea’s Cygnus development, operated by ENGIE E&P UK Limited. On the morning of Tuesday, Aug. 1, first gas from Bravo was exported 7 km southeast to Cygnus Alpha, which itself has been at a plateau of 250 MMcfd since Dec. 13, 2016. Combined output then travels from the Alpha processing unit, 150 km off the coast of Lincolnshire, via a 55-km link to the Esmond Transmission System – which ultimately lands at the Bacton gas terminal in Norfolk. The overall Cygnus complex comprises four platforms and two subsea structures, serving an estimated field size of 250 km2. It contributes 5% of UK gas production; sufficient to heat the equivalent of 1.5 million UK homes. Maria Moraeus Hanssen, CEO of ENGIE E&P commented: “This is a major milestone for the Cygnus development. It is a very successful achievement; well controlled and safely delivered. I want to congratulate all the teams that have been involved.” “Gas from this second drill center will contribute significantly to extending the plateau production that Cygnus Alpha has been achieving for the last eight months,” she added. Bravo first gas was delivered from well B5 in one of the platform’s 10 well slots, out of 20 across the whole Cygnus complex. A further three Bravo wells are expected to come online during August with a total of five available in 2018, after drilling of well B1 is completed. Over 80% of the contract work during Cygnus construction was secured by British businesses, supporting more than 5000 jobs at peak. Cygnus represents a significant boost to the UK’s long term energy security, with an estimated 2P (proved and probable) reserves of 110 MMboe and an anticipated production life exceeding 20 years. In addition to output from the complex itself, the partners are evaluating further opportunities in the Greater Cygnus area with the aim of bringing additional volumes through Cygnus when capacity becomes available. Equity interests are operator ENGIE E&P UK Limited (38.75%) and partners Centrica (48.75%) and Bayerngas (12.5%).
sarkasm
08/8/2017
11:17
The European Union should be more active in finding alternative gas supplies, as the United States will be actively pushing its liquefied natural gas (LNG) into Europe, according to the CEO of German energy major Uniper. Read more © Tobias Schwarz US sanctions won’t stop Russia’s pipeline project to Europe – analysts "The core reason (for the sanctions) are strategic economic interests, meaning the targeted dominance of the US in energy markets," Uniper CEO Klaus Schaefer said on Tuesday. Uniper is among five European energy companies who have invested in the extension of the Nord Stream pipeline from Russia to Germany. The other four are ENGIE, OMV, Shell, and Wintershall. The Nord Stream-2 pipeline plans to double the delivery capacity of Russian natural gas to Germany from the current 55 billion cubic meters per year. According to Schaefer, US shipments are 50 percent more expensive compared with European reference prices. "Nobody wants to pay such a premium," he said. Last week, US President Donald Trump signed sanctions targeting Russia's oil and gas sector. The new measure means Washington could now penalize European investors in Russian energy projects. Senior officials in Germany have spoken against the sanctions and promised retaliation if European companies' interests are hurt. Trump has been seeking American "energy dominance." In June, the first US tanker carrying LNG arrived in the Polish port of Swinoujscie. As a group, the countries aim to diversify energy supplies, reducing their dependence on oil and gas provided by Russia.
grupo guitarlumber
08/8/2017
09:58
(Boursier.com) - Bryan Garnier's team of analysts refines Tuesday its model on Engie, a title still recommended for purchase for a price target raised from 15 to 15.50 euros. This revaluation reflects the progress of the transformation plan, in particular the change in the scope (deconsolidation of Engie E & P) and new exchange rate assumptions. For Bryan Garnier, the French energy company is ahead of its roadmap with 11 billion euros of assets sold out of the 15 billion euros projected at the end of 2018, while its strategic activities are resilient.
grupo guitarlumber
06/8/2017
21:53
Calendar 30 Sep 2017 Exhibition VFB in Ghent in Belgium 02 Oct 2017 Shareholders meeting at Nice 13 Oct 2017 Payment of the interim dividend 2017 09 Nov 2017 Financial information as of September 30, 2017
maywillow
04/8/2017
21:12
4/08/2017 | 8:40 p.m. BERLIN (AWP / AFP) - The head of the German diplomacy, Sigmar Gabriel, said on Friday that the sanctions adopted Wednesday by Washington against Russia aim in part to counteract the supply of Russian gas to Europeans. "Mixing so frontally foreign policy and economic interests and saying" we want to get Russian gas out of the European market "is certainly something we can not accept," Gabriel told a meeting with his Slovak counterpart at Wolfsburg (north). These sanctions, voted by an overwhelming majority in the US Congress and promulgated reluctantly by President Donald Trump on Wednesday, have been denounced by Moscow but are also criticized by Brussels because they can affect European companies and in the long term its gas supplies Russian. At the center of these concerns is the Nord Stream 2 project for the construction of a gas pipeline between Russia and Germany via the Baltic Sea, developed by the Russian giant Gazprom and five European groups: the French Engie, the Germans Uniper (ex- EON) and Wintershall (BASF), the Austrian OMV and the Anglo-Dutch Shell. The provisions adopted on Thursday would give President Trump the possibility of sanctioning companies working on pipelines coming from Russia, for example limiting their access to US banks or excluding them from public procurement in the United States. dar / az
ariane
04/8/2017
20:41
Claude Leguilloux, published on 04/08/2017 at 09h46 Engie: innovation (Boursier.com) - Engie is closed this Friday on the 13.70 euros, while Credit Suisse has adjusted up its target price on the record to 13.2 euros. The group's organic growth was 2.6% in the first half of 2017, with a turnover of 33.1 billion euros. On the same basis, EBITDA rose 4% % To 5 billion euros and current operating income of 2.5% to 3 billion euros. Recurring net income Group share showed solid organic growth of 15.5% at 1.5 billion euros. On the other hand, operating cash flow contracted quite sharply, from 4.7 to 3.5 billion euros. The group explained that it is making progress towards a more innovative, efficient and sustainable structure, as it is ahead of its transformation plan set for the period 2016 to 2018. In particular, The portfolio turnover program is 73% complete, while the investment program is 85% secure. Finally, the current performance program is already 90% complete. Net debt decreased by E1.2 billion in six months, to 22.7 billion euros (20.9 billion euros excluding internal E & P debt). Confirmation Engie confirmed for the current financial year a recurring net profit attributable to the group of between 2.4 and 2.6 billion euros, expected to be in the middle of the range and a net debt / EBITDA ratio of 2.5 times or less. The continuation of the credit rating in Category A is also part of the commitments. Finally, management still promises a dividend of € 0.70 per share for 2017, payable in cash. "The first half of 2017 was marked by a strong commercial momentum and a very good performance of our growth engines," said CEO Isabelle Kocher, while low-carbon electricity generation, infrastructure and solutions Now account for 90% of EBITDA.
ariane
04/8/2017
14:31
Dominic White posted a squawk about ENGI 10:37 04 Aug Its been a good week looking at potential sites with the Micro Self Storage business in Central London. They now have several in the pipeline. Strong focus is on making the first site work well in terms of location and operating technology, so that it can achieve high occupancy quickly. Once the first site works well, the company will repeat the model and scale up across a number of sites. Similar methodology to how Pure Gym has grown its network of urban gyms from zero to more than 150 over ten years.
market master
04/8/2017
12:41
Aymeric Val, published on 04/08/2017 at 12h11 Engie: Credit Suisse revalues ​​but remains cautious (Boursier.com) - The team of analysts of Credit Suisse takes stock this Friday on Engie following the results of the S1 recently published by the group. The Swiss broker is pleased with the improvement of the recurring profitability, embellished which leads him to raise his projections. But the increase in its profit estimates for the period 2017-2020 does not prevent the research office from reiterating its doubts about the energy company, considered less dynamic than its peers in terms of the growth of its turnover. Crédit Suisse also believes that the prospects for the recovery of Engie's profits are now dependent on the ability of management to increase financial returns on scheduled investments. Verdict: the broker renewed his "neutral" opinion on Engie for a target raised from 12.60 to 13.20 euros
ariane
02/8/2017
08:34
RETURN OF ORGANIC GROWTH Engie on Friday released half-year results, which were marked by a return to organic growth, notably through its savings measures, and highlighted progress in implementing its three-year transformation plan. The group also confirmed in a press release that it targeted for 2017 a recurring net profit group share of between 2.4 and 2.6 billion euros, specifying that this indicator was expected in the middle of the forecast range. This objective is based on an EBITDA estimate of between € 9.3 billion and € 9.9 billion, taking into account the ongoing sale of oil and gas exploration and production activities, said Engie. The producer and supplier of gas and electricity, also very active in energy services, underlined that, as part of its € 15 billion sales plan for the period 2016-2018, it had so far announced For 11 billion of asset sales, of which 8.0 billion are already recorded as of June 30. Still under the three-year strategic plan, Engie has also "secured" 85% of its growth investment program and "identified" 90% of its savings program of 1.2 billion euros. For the first half of the year, the Group posted recurring net income of € 1.5 billion (+ 4.2% gross, + 15.5% organic), EBITDA of € 5.0 billion (-0.1% gross, + 4.0% organic) and sales of € 33.1 billion (+ 1.6% in gross terms, + 2.6% in organic terms). The results were driven notably by its "Lean 2018" savings program, asset commissioning in Latin America and the performance of its thermal power generation business in Europe and Australia. The first half of the year allows "to confirm (...) the strategic choices of the group to ensure its growth over the coming years," said its general manager, Isabelle Kocher, quoted in the release. The 2016-2018 plan calls for Enge to invest in low CO2-emitting activities, refocus on networks (mainly gas) and offer new integrated offerings while reducing its exposure to raw materials and energy prices. The Engie stock closed on Thursday with a price of 13.745 euros, a gain of 13.4% since the beginning of the year after a decline of 25.8% in 2016. (Benjamin Mallet, edited by)
grupo guitarlumber
01/8/2017
17:41
30 Sep 2017 Exhibition VFB in Ghent in Belgium 02 Oct 2017 Shareholders meeting at Nice 13 Oct 2017 Payment of the interim dividend 2017 09 Nov 2017 Financial information as of September 30, 2017
maywillow
01/8/2017
17:07
The medium-term medium-term support zone of 15.16 EUR should enable the Suez Environnement share to resume momentum in the short term. We can position ourselves with the purchase to aim the 16.3 €. Strong points The stock is evolving near its long-term support in weekly data, located at EUR 14.66, thus offering a good timing of intervention. From a graphic point of view, the timing appears timely near the support of 15.16 EUR. The company benefits from attractive valuation levels with a relatively low EV / CA ratio compared to other listed companies in the world. Investors seeking performance will find this a major investment. Analysts are clearly optimistic about the outlook for revenues and have recently revised upwards their estimates in terms of business development. Over the past 12 months, expectations of future revenues have been revised many times upward. Analysts are positive about the stock. The average consensus recommends buying or overweighting the value. The average price objective of analysts based on value is relatively remote and implies considerable potential for appreciation. The trend in weekly data is positive above the support zone of EUR 14.66. Weak points The company has a tight financial debt position and does not have significant investment margins. Analysts who cover the issue have recently revised down their profit estimates. Lately, the group no longer has the favor of analysts. The latter have largely revised downwards their estimates of results. Over the past 12 months, the momentum for revisions to earnings is largely negative. In general, analysts now expect profitability below their estimates a year earlier.
maywillow
31/7/2017
03:54
1443/5000 Nord Stream 2 French Engie could suspend funding in the event of US sanctions The French group Engie could "not continue to finance" the project Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline between Russia and Germany if the United States passed the law introducing new sanctions against Moscow, said a leader of the French group yesterday. "We may not continue to fund this project so as not to be subject to sanctions," said Pierre Chareyre, in charge of Engie's LNG business, in a conference call. However, he said, "we are not yet in this situation," adding that, as things stand, "the law on sanctions is not retroactive, so only future transfers of funds would be It was definitively adopted. This gas pipeline project is being developed by the Russian giant Gazprom and five European groups including Engie. They pledged to finance 10% of the project cost, estimated at 9.5 billion euros (11.15 billion dollars). The new US law would give President Trump the ability to sanction companies that work on pipelines from Russia, for example limiting their access to US banks or excluding them from US government procurement. This provision could therefore theoretically penalize the European groups involved in the project.
grupo guitarlumber
29/7/2017
08:05
PARIS (ENGI.FR) - French energy giant Engie (ENGI.FR) announced Friday that it has won, via its subsidiaries Engie Green, La Compagnie du Vent, CNR and Solairedirect, ten photovoltaic projects in France The framework of the second session of solar calls for tender organized by the Commission for the regulation of energy. These projects represent 94.59 megawatts (MW) of installed capacity on the 500 MW allocated, said Engie in a press release. "The selected projects have all been developed in consultation with local stakeholders and will use local providers as a priority and will be located only on non-agricultural land and for the most part degraded," the group added, 2 gigawatts (GW) of solar capacity installed in 2021, compared to more than 600 MW currently.
sarkasm
28/7/2017
08:00
Engie (ENGI.FR) said Friday target the mid-range of its annual EBITDA target for 2017, while the recurring net income from continuing operations By the group rose slightly in the first half, driven by improved financial results. Group net income for the first six months of the year reached € 1.3 billion, an increase of 3.5% compared to the first half of 2016. Recurring net income excluding items Exceptional, stood at 1.5 billion euros, stable over one year, including the 103 million euros of exploration and production activities, which are currently being sold to Neptune Energy. Recurring net income Group share of continuing operations amounted to € 1.4 billion, an increase of 1.1% compared to June 30, 2016, driven in particular by the improvement in recurring financial income. Recurring operating income adjusted for allocations, share-based payments and non-recurring share of income of equity affiliates (EBITDA) amounted to € 5 billion, down 0.1% on a reported basis But organic growth of 4% due to the effects of the Lean 2018 performance program, the sustained performance of activities designated as the Group's growth drivers (excluding in particular regulated and trading activities), asset servicing In Latin America and the performance of thermal production activities in Europe and Australia. Over the period, Engie's sales increased by 1.6% to € 33.1 billion, corresponding to organic growth of 2.6%. According to a consensus reached by FactSet, analysts expected on average revenues of 34.8 billion euros and an EBITDA of 4.86 billion euros in the first half. The net debt to EBITDA ratio was 2.2 times, meeting the target of a ratio of 2.5 or less provided by the group. Net debt amounted to € 22.7 billion, down € 2.1 billion from the end of 2016. "The first half of 2017 was marked by strong sales momentum and strong performance by our growth engines - low-carbon (renewable and thermal contracted) electricity generation, infrastructure and integrated solutions for our customers - Today represent 90% of our EBITDA.These strong and encouraging results, generated by the commitment of our teams around the world, reflect the advance made at all levels on our transformation plan to 3 years. To confirm the annual objectives set for 2017 and the Group's strategic choices to ensure its growth over the next few years, "said Isabelle Kocher, Managing Director, quoted in a statement. As a result, Engie anticipates this year a recurring net profit of between 2.4 and 2.6 billion euros, now specifying to wait until the middle of this range, while maintaining its debt ratio to 2.5 times The Ebitda to the maximum. -Guillaume Bayre, Agefi-Dow Jones; 01 41 27 47 93; Gbayre@agefi.fr ed: ECH GDF SUEZ FINANCIAL REPORTS: http://www.engie.com/journalistes/communiques-de-presse/ (END) Dow Jones Newswires July 28, 2017 02:28 ET (06:28 GMT)
grupo guitarlumber
27/7/2017
17:27
27/07/2017 | 10:33 With 3 new investments from ENGIE Energy Growers in Latin America, India and Cambodia, nearly 2 million people will have access to clean and sustainable energy by 2020. On this occasion, Paulo Almirante, Deputy Managing Director, in charge of Environmental and Corporate Responsibility and Chairman of ENGIE Energy Rallyers, said: "Through its social impact investment fund Energy Rallyers, ENGIE Is making progress in its commitment to fight against fuel poverty. These recent investments are perfectly in line with the mission entrusted to Rassembleurs d'Energies to generate a strong impact among the populations by supporting innovative local entrepreneurs and mobilizing new investors to meet the immense needs of the sector. They will contribute to ENGIE's goal of enabling 20 million people around the world to have access to sustainable and decentralized energy by 2020 ". In Latin America, ENGIE Rassembleurs d'Energies is expanding its portfolio by investing in KINGO. This company, specializing in access to clean energy in Latin America and Africa, offers solutions for solar individual electrification to non-networked populations in Guatemala. To date, thanks to a network of 700 local agents, KINGO equips more than 170,000 beneficiaries of decentralized photovoltaic installations using "Pay as you go" technology. KINGO accompanies its customers on the one hand by ensuring the maintenance of the deployed systems and on the other hand by following the evolution of their needs over the duration. The joint investment with the development banks Proparco and FMO and with other local impact investors will enable the company to provide access to electricity to more than 1.5 million people The end of the decade. In India, ENGIE Energy Rallyers accompanies Mera Gao Power (MGP) in a new fundraiser. MGP offers micro solar networks to rural non-connected people in Uttar Pradesh, in the north of the country. After an initial investment made in 2015, which enabled MGP to electrify more than 1,800 villages and serve nearly 115,000 beneficiaries, Rassembleurs d'Energies concluded a second investment jointly with the European fund ElectriFi and the impact investor insitor. This round of funding will enable the company to accelerate its deployment over the next two years and to serve more than 700,000 beneficiaries by 2020. In Cambodia, ENGIE Rassembleurs d'Energies participates in the first round of financing of ATEC, a company that produces and distributes bio-digesters. The company, created by 2 Australian NGOs (Engineers Without Borders and Live and Learn), has designed and developed flood-friendly bio-digesters for rural populations. The objective is to provide them with clean cooking solutions and biofertilizers while fighting against deforestation, one of the main challenges of the region. This joint investment with 2 Australian Impact Investment Funds and the Ensemble Foundation will enable ATEC to serve more than 50,000 beneficiaries in Cambodia and the region by 2020. This is the first investment by ENGIE, Energies in South East Asia. The amounts invested in these three projects come from the allocation of ENGIE, increased to 50 million euros in 2016, and the FCPE (Joint Venture Fund) of ENGIE Energies Rassembleurs d'Energies, to which more than 18,000 unitholders Have contributed, thus giving meaning to their savings in line with their professions. ENGIE Rassembleurs d'Energies obtained the Platinium rating from its Global Impact Investing Rating System (GIIRS) on its Economic Impact Model. This note welcomes both the quality of its governance and its own reporting, and above all the reliability and transparency of the social and environmental reporting of the companies in its portfolio. This rating, obtained only by 20% of the companies evaluated by GIIRS, attests to Rassembleurs d'Energies' attention to the assessment of impacts and will allow it to continue to progress in calibrating its peers. About "ENGIE Energy Gatherers" ENGIE Energy Gatherers is the ENGIE impact investment fund that invests in sustainable energy access projects for precarious populations. This fund is intended to invest in socially-oriented projects that are economically viable and supported by social entrepreneurs. The fund manages a portfolio of 18 active companies on 4 continents that employ 150
grupo guitarlumber
26/7/2017
10:48
Gaz: the 11 essential words to know about the ... Share with facebook share via e-mail 0 0 26/07/2017 | 9:17 Biogas: unlike natural gas, biogas or "green gas" does not come from the subsoil, it is produced from the processing of organic matter (wood, vegetable, domestic organic waste, agricultural or industrial waste, sludge Purification) by the action of microorganisms in a chamber deprived of oxygen (the methanization). It is a renewable gas composed mainly of an energetic gas: the methane used to produce electricity, heat or fuel. Illustration: Gabriel Quintana, via Curioos.com Biomethane: it is biogas purified to have the same characteristics as natural gas to be injected into the network of transport and distribution of natural gas. It can then be used for heating, hot water production or even fuel called Natural Gas Vehicle. Illustration: KOIVO, via Curioos.com Turbine Gas Combined Cycle (CCGT) plants: Combined cycle turbine power plants are in strong development and are taking an increasing share of the energy mix. They combine a gas turbine and a steam turbine to produce electricity: the heat generated by the combustion of the gas is therefore used to the maximum in order to increase energy efficiency. Illustration: Danny Ivan, via Curioos.com Cogeneration: Cogeneration is the combined production of electricity and heat from a single source of primary energy, such as natural gas. Generally, electricity generation releases a large amount of unused heat. Cogeneration values ​​this heat and the energy efficiency of such an installation can reach or even exceed 85%. Illustration: Hyo Kim, via Curioos.com LNG (Natural Liquefied Natural Gas): LNG is simply natural gas that has been converted into liquid form by cooling to a temperature of about -161 ° C at atmospheric pressure to be more easily stored and transported in LNG tanker ships. worldwide. It is used in particular as fuel for vehicles, river or sea transport. Illustration: Florent Bodart, via Curioos.com GNV (Natural Gas for Vehicles): CNG is the natural gas used as fuel for vehicles, whether in compressed form (CNG: compressed natural gas) or liquefied (LNG: Liquified natural gas). It is an alternative fuel that is both ecological and economical. It reduces CO2 emissions by 25% compared to gasoline, and by 80% the emissions of fine particles of nitrogen oxide compared to light diesel vehicles. It can be used by passenger vehicles such as trucks, buses or refuse collection bins. NGV is even less polluting in its carbon-free and renewable versions: ecoGNV (30% biomethane), bioGNV (100% biomethane) and bioGNL. Illustration: Roland Banrevi, via Curioos.com Hydrogen: hydrogen, or more precisely dihydrogen (H₂) is a very abundant light gas on earth. Its oxidation with oxygen makes it possible to produce electricity. It is a means of storing energy, especially for renewable energies when all their production can not be consumed. It can also be used to generate energy, particularly via the fuel cell, to power hybrid vehicles or self-powered energy production systems. Illustration: Hyo Kim, via Curioos.com Energy Transition Act: the law of 17 August 2015 on the energy transition for green growth, also called abridged "energy transition law", sets out the main objectives of a new French energy model, within the global framework And Europe: reducing national greenhouse gas emissions by 40% between 1990 and 2030 and reaching 10% renewable gas by 2030. Illustration: Leonardo Dentico, via Curioos.com Green mobility: this concept includes the use of alternative fuels to petrol, notably LNG, CNG and their carbon-free versions, but also electricity, to emit less CO2 in cities and freight flows over long distances . Illustration: Vanessa Gonzales, via Curioos.com "Power to Gas": these technologies consist of upgrading and converting the excess electricity produced by wind turbines or solar to hydrogen or synthetic methane. This produces a renewable gas with many possible uses in the fields of industry and transport. This gas can also be injected into the gas distribution network. Illustration: Robert Farkas, via Curioos.com
waldron
20/7/2017
13:09
The decision by the State Council on Wednesday to repeal the decree of May 2013 laying down the procedure for fixing gas tariffs, which it considers contrary to European law, paves the way for The end of regulated prices on the French market, says Bryan Garnier. This will not happen in the immediate future however, says the consulting firm, because some elements of this regulation stem from a law of 2015, which can only be annulled by a decree of the government. Bryan Garnier points out that Engie (ENGI.FR) remains the main player with a market share of 76%, but the contribution of this segment to its operating profit is marginal, between 1.5% and 2% of the total EBITDA group. Beyond the distribution of gas, the analyst believes that the decision of the Council of State could inspire the gradual stoppage of regulated tariffs for electricity, a segment where Engie is experiencing rapid growth although it remains far from EDF, with about 9% of the market, compared with 85% for the incumbent. Bryan Garnier confirms his purchase advice on Engie, aiming at 15 euros per share. The share price 13.61 euros Thursday morning, little changed (+ 0.07%). (Gbayre@agefi.fr) ed: ECH
grupo guitarlumber
19/7/2017
22:06
Engie revisits the decision of the Council of State to cancel the regulated tariffs for the sale of natural gas, "which until now had been the basis for a tariff fixed by the State and Applicable throughout the national territory to the 5.4 million private and professional customers (craftsmen, tradesmen, etc.) ". The Council of State considered that the scheme was contrary to European law, but did not call into question the contracts concluded. Engie takes note of this decision, which is addressed to the State concerned by the annulment of the decree. The French energy specialist reminds us: "It is incumbent on the Government to draw the consequences of this decision as soon as possible by legislative means taking into account the interests of our customers". According to Engie, "the regulated tariff fixed by the State was considered as a guarantee by many consumers who chose it voluntarily, a sufficiently long transition period should be opened to allow them to apprehend in the best conditions the offers Naturally, Engie will continue to feed its customers as long as they want. "
grupo guitarlumber
19/7/2017
16:23
525/5000 Regulated tariffs, as currently applied in France by Engie (formerly GDF Suez) for more than 5 million households, are contrary to European law, said Wednesday the Council of State, thus paving the way for their abolition. The highest administrative court has decided to annul a decree dating from 2013 setting out the procedure for fixing regulated gas tariffs, which had been attacked by competing suppliers of Engie. (END) Dow Jones Newswires July 19, 2017 08:48 ET (12:48 GMT)
sarkasm
16/7/2017
10:37
Yes very interesting and positive pod cast with Dominic on VOX
the_alchemist
11/7/2017
21:27
I believe the intention is for other investors to join the party as the business progresses, so not all the profits will necessarily come to ENGI - however it still looks like it has real potential. In the meantime this is only the first of several possible investments by the company and news of others could come at any time. I bought in the other day - the presence of Wicks and Malde gives me reason to think that this share could do very well.
spot1034
11/7/2017
12:29
ENGI - TEN BAGGER!!! https://www.voxmarkets.co.uk/blogs/3-further-reasons-to-add-energiser-investments-engi-to-your-watchlist/ On 13th June 2017, Energiser Investments announced it’s first investment, into Micro Self Storage. “Traditionally, self-storage facilities operate in the 40,000 sq ft upwards range and are positioned on the edge of large towns and cities, providing a self-storage service to a large catchment area. Micro Self Store will focus on micro facilities of 10,000 to 35,000 sq ft within dense urban centres such as London and on the edge of smaller towns where there is low or no competition from large operators. With the dramatic rise in the cost of residential space, the directors of Energiser believe there is strong demand for convenient, readily accessible and affordable flexible storage solutions for people who want to “self-store next door.” Well run self storagecompanies generate a lot of cash and the margins are very high. One of the major players, in the UK, is Big Yellow Storage. Their recent final results, for the year ended 31st March 2017 showed their EBITDA margin was 68.5% and occupancy rates were around 78%. We can expect similar margins in Micro Self Storage as it will be, “Technology driven, based on methods and processes perfected in the mature USA self-storage market. This will include digitised access to self-storage units and lockers, remote facility monitoring, and a focus on targeted digital marketing to drive sales. Digitisation will maximise customer experience and minimise the costs of operating a network of micro facilities.” Energiser will invest up to £0.6m to launch the platform and open the first facility. The objective is to grow a network of more than 20 facilities in the next three to five years. Dominic, the CEO made a comparison to the Gym Group, who operate smaller gyms and are more local. They have around 80 gyms and are doing very well. Performing some back of the envelope maths, if Energiser do manage to open 20 micro self storage units, with an average rental space of 15,000 square feet, at average occupancy level of 75% and rates at around £30 peer square foot. This is the figures you get: 15,000 square feet x 75% occupancy = 11,250 square feet. 11,250 x 20 storage units = 225,000 square feet of occupied space. 225,000 = £30 per square foot rental = £6,750,000 revenue per annum. At 50% EDITDA margin = £3,375,000. If you put this on a price earning ratio of 10 = £33,750,000. From where Engergiser is valued today, £2.32m, if they achieve the minimum of 20 micro self storge units, you could reasonably argue that, this could be a 10 bagger investment. 2. Management Energiser Investments have an impressive management team (who hold a fair chunk of shares) as I mentioned in my previous blog post and now they’ve added to that list by bringing Paul Fahey into the fold. Paul has founded and grown a number of successful self-storage businesses over the last 15 years. He sold Big Storage to a large listed UK operator in 2015 and continues to oversee Flexi Space (based in the north of England) and Easybox (seven facilities in Italy). He is a past President of the Federation of European Self Storage Associations (FEDESSA), is past Chairman and a current Director of the UK Self Storage Association, and is Chairman of Self Storage Performance Management International, a specialist funding and operations adviser to self-storage operators. Chief Executive, Dominic White, commented: “we’ve been looking at the traditional self-storage sector for some time, and have recognised the growth potential in this new sub-sector of the traditional market: micro self-storage. We’re excited to be one of the first investors in this market. With the benefit of Paul’s experience, the new platform’s management will implement international self-storage best-practice operations and highly digitised processes from the start.” Paul Fahey commented: “we expect this to be a fast growing segment within the wider self-storage category. With Energiser as the platform’s cornerstone investor and the new management team’s sector knowledge and operating experience, we expect to see the business grow rapidly”. 3. Market Cap As I mentioned in reason 1 above, the share price reacted negatively to Energiser’s first investment. This, I believe, was not due to the investment itself but more because of the the time frame of the investment. A lot of money invested on AIM is by traders who are notoriously impatient and are simply not prepared to wait longer than a month, in an attempt, to see a return on their money. Energiser stated, “The funding will be used to immediately launch Micro Self Store and open a micro self-storage facility in the first half of the next financial year”. If they do what they say they are going to do, then at a £2.32m market cap I see this as a great investment opportunity and the management have plenty of skin in the game to suggest, they also believe this to be the case.
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