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24/4/2017
16:04
Europe Energy Firms to Finance Up To €4.75 Billion for Gazprom Nord Stream 2 Gas Pipeline 24/04/2017 3:36pm Dow Jones News Engie (EU:ENGI) Intraday Stock Chart Today : Monday 24 April 2017 Click Here for more Engie Charts. By Emre Peker BRUSSELS--European energy firms pledged Monday to pay for half the cost of a natural-gas link from Russia to Germany, lending significant support to a controversial pipeline that is fueling tensions within the European Union. A consortium of five companies--Engie, OMV, Royal Dutch Shell PLC, Uniper and Wintershall Holding GmBH--said they would provide up to €4.75 billion ($5.1 billion) in long-term financing to Nord Stream 2 AG, a wholly owned subsidiary of Russia's state-owned Gazprom. Each European firm would fund up to €950 million. The pipeline, which would double the capacity of the existing Nord Stream link by adding another 55 billion cubic meters of annual volume, faces stiff resistance from Central and Eastern European members of the EU. Previously, Polish competition authorities blocked the five European companies from becoming Nord Stream 2 shareholders. "The financial commitment by the European companies underscores the Nord Stream 2 project's strategic importance for the European gas market," Gazprom and its European backers in Nord Stream 2 said in a joint statement. The pipeline, which is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2019, will contribute to competitiveness and long-term energy security in the EU, they said. Gazprom's planned expansion would enable Russia to cut back on eastern routes through Ukraine and Belarus, critics say. That would threaten the EU's energy security, while also undermining a key diplomatic objective for Brussels: supporting Kiev amid its conflict with Moscow. Write to Emre Peker at emre.peker@wsj.com (END) Dow Jones Newswires April 24, 2017 10:21 ET (14:21 GMT)
grupo guitarlumber
22/4/2017
17:32
Vente du turbo put sur Engie share with twitter share with LinkedIn share with facebook share via e-mail Analyse du 21/04/2017 | 10:53 Nous clôturons la ligne sur le turbo put Commerzbank 1M47Z portant sur le titre Engie à 0.63 EUR. Ce produit dérivé a été conseillé à 0.53 EUR, le 3 avril, soit un gain de 18.9%. Mnemo Type Strike Barrière Echéance 1M47Z PUT 15.8238 15.8238 00/00/0000 Cours entrée Cours de sortie Performance 0.53 0.63 18.90% Voir le conseil associé Engie S.A. : Vente du turbo put sur Engie Laurent Polsinelli © Zonebourse.com 2017
maywillow
20/4/2017
05:55
19/04/2017 | 22:39 3.3% DECREASE IN REGULATED GAS TARIFFS IN MAY The regulated tariffs for the sale of gas to individuals by Engie will decrease by 3.3% as of May 1, says Wednesday Le Figaro on its website. According to the newspaper, the company sent the request for a tariff revision to the Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE), which concerns 5.8 million households. The tariffs are revised monthly according to a calculation formula which takes into account their evolution on the gas wholesale market and the oil price. They declined by 0.73% in April and have declined by an average of 13.3% since 1 January 2014, according to the CRE. (Myriam Rivet, edited by Wilfrid Exbrayat)
ariane
16/4/2017
19:35
A few years ago, Engie had great hopes in nuclear power. The leaders of the former GDF Suez have returned and now limit their ambitions to a profitable exploitation of the seven Belgian reactors of their Electrabel subsidiary until the 2025 deadline. The CEO of the energy giant Isabelle Kocher , Confirmed this turnaround by announcing on Tuesday, April 4, the sale to its Japanese partner Toshiba, for 129 million euros, of the 40% it owned in their joint venture NuGen, in charge to build a plant of 3,800 megawatts (MW ) In Moorside (north-west of England). Everything indicates that Isabelle Kocher will sooner or later make the same choice in Turkey. Engie planned to operate a power plant in Sinop, on the Black Sea coast, equipped with four Atmea (4,400 MW) reactors, designed by Areva and the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI). This project of more than 15 billion euros, still in the preliminary stage, could be finally rounded up by the Russian Rosatom, which is already planning the construction of a power plant in the south of the country. And in Belgium, its nuclear cradle, Engie seeks to share the risks by bringing minority partners into Electrabel. Projects too uncertain Mrs Kocher's choice was carefully considered, but the news helped her to rush the decision. Westinghouse, the US subsidiary of Toshiba that was to supply Nuclear with three AP1000 reactors, just certified by the British nuclear safety authority, has just been placed under the protection of US bankruptcy law. Its Japanese parent company announced at the end of March its withdrawal purely and simply from major international nuclear projects, considered too risky and too expensive, although it was still considering mid-February to carry out its project in the United Kingdom . As a result, Engie had nothing more to do with the revitalization of nuclear power across the Channel. The latter ... Read more ... Image: Http://s1.lemde.fr/image/2014/06/18/24x24/1100512584_4_0f51_14031008063885-bezat-jeanmichel-economie-2013112_0aad80e1f129f8f7a4d4d7e5fca92c62.jpg Jean-Michel Bezat Journalist to the World Learn more about Http://www.lemonde.fr/economie/article/2017/04/08/pourquoi-engieur-renonce-a-la-construction-de-nouvelles-centrales-nucleaires_5108119_3234.html#fpEs2wD24680VhRr.99
waldron
13/4/2017
06:26
0 13/04/2017 | 06:22 Paris (awp / afp) - "Some shadows persist" in the first public declarations of payments from French mining companies to producer countries, say Oxfam, ONE and Sherpa non-governmental organizations in a report published on Thursday, Total and Areva. In total, the three NGOs combed statements by six French groups - Total, Areva, EDF, Engie, Eramet and Maurel and Prom - on their raw materials extraction activities (fossil fuels or minerals) in 2015 . An unprecedented exercise, since these companies are obliged to publish their payments to the countries where they exploit natural resources only since last year, by virtue of the transposition by France of two European directives. While their declarations represent "a notable advance" in transparency, their understanding "remains complicated", note the NGOs. The data are particularly difficult to access and lack context. Overall, the exchange rates used remain unclear, as do the different categories of "projects" and "beneficiaries", they criticize. With regard to Total, the three NGOs are particularly concerned about a gap of more than 100 million dollars between the revenues declared in 2015 by the Angolan authorities coming from the main oil field of the country and the payments declared by the French group to exploit This site. This can be explained either by a difference in the declared number of barrels of oil or by a divergence of valuation of the average price of a barrel of oil, according to them. "It is crucial that the company disclose all the information required to understand these irregularities," said Laetitia Liebert, Director Sherpa, quoted in a joint statement by NGOs. Regarding Areva, the NGOs believe that the group "seems far from contributing its fair share" to exploit the Nigerian uranium, despite a renegotiation of its royalty in Niger in 2014. It is one of the poorest countries in the world, accounting for nearly 30% of Areva's uranium production, but it receives only 7% of payments from the French group to producer countries. Areva would have paid Niger a lower royalty in 2015 compared to 2014, depriving this state of 15 million euros of revenue. Moreover, the price of exported Niger uranium would be "largely undervalued" by the local subsidiary of Areva, which would allow the group not to pay taxes on its profits in Niger, NGOs accuse. The report makes recommendations to each of the undertakings whose declarations it has examined, as well as to the European Union and France to revise upwards the degree of transparency required. Afp / lk
grupo guitarlumber
11/4/2017
06:43
Https://www.bloomberg.com/politics/articles/2017-04-11/these-france-inc-ceos-brace-for-change-under-a-new-president
la forge
10/4/2017
05:29
boursier.com google translation from french Published on 10/04/2017 at 06:12 The US subsidiary of Engie and Axium Infrastructure will take charge of the University of Ohio's energy policy, its campus and its 485 buildings. The concession, which lasts for 50 years, should enable the institution to achieve high energy consumption targets. The contract, which is expected to amount to $ 1.165 billion over its term, was validated by the oversight bodies after two years of selection process, which made it possible to determine the winner in the midst of about 40 proposals. Engie and Axium are well-known for operating a large portfolio of solar and wind assets in Canada for five years.
maywillow
09/4/2017
00:08
Moorside – Are Toshiba’s and Engie’s exits mortal blows? 07/04/2017 Share: Partager 2 The collapse of the NuGen consortium reflects endemic weaknesses in new nuclear projects across Western Europe, says Nigel Hawkins. Most Read Moorside – Are Toshiba’s and Engie’s exits mortal blows? Kepco unlikely to take over Moorside without public financing Labour concerned by Defra’s competition agenda Centrica urges government to drop EU targets Decentralisation and the blockchain: it is here, it is now and it can’t be blocked The last few days have seen very contrasting news for UK new nuclear-build. On the positive front, the first cement pour has taken place at the long-delayed and highly controversial £24 billion 3,200 MW Hinkley Point C plant. It is due to be commissioned in the mid-2020s. On the negative front, the Moorside new nuclear-build project in Cumbria, which plans to build three AP-1000 Westinghouse plants near the Sellafield nuclear re-processing site, is in deep trouble – the damage may be terminal. Following a sharp fall in its share price, the Japanese-based Toshiba, with a 60 per cent stake in Moorside, has decided to withdraw from overseas nuclear projects. Its finances have been drastically undermined by huge losses from US plants being built by its Westinghouse nuclear subsidiary, which it bought from British Nuclear Fuels in 2006. Westinghouse, an iconic name in US electrical engineering, was originally a major rival to Edison. Its eponymous founder transformed the US electricity industry – but his company is now being pushed into Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Furthermore, Engie (formerly GDF-Suez), has wasted little time in triggering its legal right to exit the project; it is due to receive c£111 million for its 40 per cent stake. When the Moorside NuGen consortium was established in 2010, two ‘big six’ power companies, SSE and Iberdrola, were founding shareholders: they both exited some years ago. There are hopes that South Korea’s highly respected Kepco may step in to fill the breach and save the Moorside project; this may be wishful thinking. The latest developments affecting UK new nuclear-build are part of an ongoing saga. After all, ferocious debate has surrounded the Hinkley Point C project for years – with the eye-watering, index-linked £92.50p per MWh Contract for Difference (CfD) for 35 years being particularly controversial. There are other new nuclear-build projects on the table though at a far less advanced stage. In Anglesey, another Japanese company, Hitachi - through the Horizon consortium - is planning to build a successor to the Wylfa Magnox plant that is now being decommissioned. Perhaps not surprisingly, this project has encountered delays; if it were to proceed, it would not be commissioned for almost a decade. In eastern England, Chinese nuclear investment at both Bradwell and Sizewell has been widely discussed. State-owned - and Guangdong-based - Chinese General Nuclear (CGN) is very keen to install Chinese nuclear technology at these sites. Importantly, CGN is a minority shareholder in the Hinkley Point C project. Following Theresa May’s election as Prime Minister, there was a pause before final clearance was given to the Hinkley Point C project, with deep-seated concerns about Chinese security issues reputedly being to the fore. Although the go-ahead was eventually given, there is no guarantee that a similar decision would be reached for Chinese investment in other nuclear projects. Elsewhere in Western Europe, nuclear new-build problems seem endemic. The third-generation plant at Olkiluoto in Finland – due to be a shop-window for new nuclear-build - is both many € billions over budget and many years behind schedule. EdF’s experience with its first third-generation plant at Flamanville is almost as disastrous as costs soar and delays persist. In fact, c85 per cent of EdF’s shares are publicly-owned, a very different scenario from other players in the UK electricity supply industry. Yet, if some of the existing nuclear new-build projects are parked – a likely fate for Moorside – or collapse completely, it may only be the Government that is prepared to step in and rescue them. Author: Jane Gray,
the grumpy old men
08/4/2017
23:56
Http://www.gulf-times.com/story/543658/Big-utilities-back-proposed-EU-deal-with-Gazprom
the grumpy old men
07/4/2017
19:09
Http://www.economiccalendar.com/2017/04/07/natural-gas-prices-continue-to-fail-at-3-35-level/
the grumpy old men
06/4/2017
07:46
Shell agrees gas supply deals in Australia By Robb M. Stewart Published: Apr 6, 2017 2:20 a.m. ET MELBOURNE, Australia--Under pressure to ensure industry in Australia isn't hit with a shortfall of natural gas, Royal Dutch Shell PLC (RDSA) said it had agreed short-term sales deals with a power supplier and a maker of explosives. The energy company is reducing exports of gas from its QGC operation in tropical Queensland in order to supply additional gas to the domestic market this year, said Zoe Yujnovich, the recently appointed chairwoman of Shell's Australian business. The supply contracts add to sales agreements signed with power generators and retailers, and bring total domestic sales from QGC to about 11% of east-coast demand for 2017, Ms. Yujnovich said. The company said it would supply about 8 petajoules of gas to Engie SA's (ENGI.FR) Pelican Point power plant in South Australia state for five months over the peak winter period, and had agreed an 18-month deal to supply gas from Queensland's Surat Basin fields to Orica Ltd.'s (ORI.AU) Yarwun explosives and cyanide operation. "Shell's business on the east coast has reacted to the gas market," she said. Amid warnings of a looming gas shortage in the southeast and volatile power prices, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull last month extracted a commitment from energy companies to supply enough gas to meet local demand during peak periods and to work toward increasing supplies longer term. At a meeting in Canberra with company executives, the prime minister held out the prospect of regulating exports or other measures if the industry wasn't able to ensure adequate supply. Days earlier, a report from the operator of the country's gas and electricity markets projected a shortfall in gas-power electricity generation in southeast states from as early as next summer if no action was taken. Shell's new supply deals come on the heels of an agreement last week by Origin Energy Ltd. (ORG.AU) to supply gas to Engie's Pelican Point plant over three years from July, and in return buy electricity from the plant to supply to its own customers. Worries about power supplies came to a head late last year when South Australia was hit by several blackouts, including a statewide outage after a violent storm that left many homes and businesses without power for several days. The prospect of further blackouts prompted Tesla Inc.'s Elon Musk to offer--initially via Twitter and later during a phone calls with political leaders including Mr. Turnbull-- his company's energy-storage technology as a solution to the state's energy troubles. Industry groups have for several years warned of rising prices and risks to supply as major gas-export plants ramp up production of liquefied natural gas. Three massive LNG plants on Curtis Island in northeastern Queensland, operated by Shell, Origin and Santos Ltd. STO respectively, are tapping methane buried in inland seams of coal and converting it to LNG for export to Asia. The Shell and Origin-led ventures gave a commitment to Mr. Turnbull to being net domestic gas suppliers and the third operation said it would take the matter on notice. Write to Robb M. Stewart at robb.stewart@wsj.com
grupo
04/4/2017
22:50
Toshiba forced to buy 40% of UK's NuGen 6 hours ago From the section Business These are external links and will open in a new window Share this with Facebook Share this with Twitter Share this with Messenger Share this with Email Share Image copyright NuGen Image caption The Moorside nuclear plant on the Cumbrian coast is due to open in the mid-2020s Toshiba has been forced to buy the 40% of the UK nuclear energy company NuGen that it does not already own. NuGen has the contract to build a new nuclear power plant in Cumbria. The French utility company Engie said it was exercising its "contractual rights" to sell its shares because NuGen was "facing some significant challenges". Last week, Toshiba's Westinghouse in the US, which was to build the plant's reactors, sought bankruptcy protection. The troubled Japanese giant said that only Westinghouse's US operations would be affected by the bankruptcy. However, at the time media reports suggested bankruptcy could delay the project at Moorside in West Cumbria or even put its future in limbo. 'Action' It is estimated that the Moorside plant would eventually provide as much as 7% of the UK's energy needs. In Tuesday's statement Toshiba said the bankruptcy filing was "an action that meets the definition of an 'event of default' under the terms of the agreement" with Engie. "Engie has accordingly exercised its rights to require Toshiba to buy its holding." Toshiba is paying about 15.3bn yen ($138.5m; £111.2m) for the stake. The added that it would "continue to look for investors interested in investing in NuGen, and seek to sell off its holding in the company". Dispute The problems at Westinghouse have dragged on Toshiba. In December it emerged that it faced a heavy one-off loss linked to a deal done by Westinghouse, which had bought a nuclear construction and services business from Chicago Bridge & Iron (CB&I) in 2015. But assets that it took on are likely to be worth less than initially thought, and there is also a dispute about payments that are due. In February it emerged that the loss would be about $6.3bn (£5.05bn). Toshiba's chairman resigned, the firm delayed releasing its full financial figures - initially for a month - and then even longer. To plug the gap, Toshiba is set to sell a majority stake in its NAND flash-memory business to get it through its continuing financial turbulence. All this came on top of Toshiba's struggles to turn the corner after a profit-inflating scandal. In a statement, the Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy said: "The NuGen consortium has always planned to bring in other partners to deliver the project and we engage regularly with a range of developers and investors. "The Secretary of State is currently in South Korea for talks on future collaboration between our two countries, including on potential civil nuclear projects."
la forge
04/4/2017
19:48
ENGIE issues three North Sea Gjøa modification contracts 04/04/2017 Gjøa semisubmersible platform in the Norwegian North Sea ENGIE E&P Norge (Courtesy ENGIE E&P Norge) Offshore staff STAVANGER, Norway – ENGIE E&P Norge has awarded front-end engineering and design (FEED) study contracts for modifications at the Gjøa semisubmersible platform in the Norwegian North Sea. These are needed to enable the subsea tieback of the Wintershall-operated Skarfjell field to the platform. Kongsberg Maritime will undertake studies in connection with the modification and upgrading of control and safety systems on Gjøa for the tie-in. These should be completed in August. Saipem and Heerema Marine Contractors will perform FEED related to offshore heavy-lifting work. The scope covers two separate and parallel studies that will clarify the different options for safe and efficient lifting and installation of the Skarfjell-module on Gjøa. These studies too are due to finish in August. Anne Botne, head of Development and Non Operated Ventures at ENGIE E&P Norge, said: “The tie-in of Skarfjell production to Gjøa is in line with ENGIE E&P’s strategy to make Gjøa a hub for future fields in the area and to extend the lifetime of the Gjøa platform.” The facility is operated with power from shore through a 100-km (62-mi) long submarine cable from Mongstad, western Norway. Gjøa was the fifth most productive field on the Norwegian continental shelf in 2016, according to the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate. Partners in the PL153 Gjøa are: ENGIE E&P Norge (operator and 30%), Petoro (30%), Wintershall Norge (20%), Det Norske Shell (12%), and DEA Norge (8%). 04/04/2017
la forge
01/4/2017
07:15
Https://www.gecf.org/press/gecf-in-the-press.aspx
ariane
31/3/2017
19:31
cheers enjoy your weekend
grupo guitarlumber
31/3/2017
18:58
Https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gas_Exporting_Countries_Forum#Gas_OPEC Gas OPEC Since the establishment of the GECF in 2001 there has always been speculation that some of the world's largest producers of natural gas, in particular Russia and Iran, intend to create a gas cartel equivalent to OPEC which would set quotas and prices. The idea of a gas OPEC was first floated by then Russian President Vladimir Putin and backed by Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbaev in 2002. In May 2006 Gazprom deputy chairman Alexander Medvedev threatened that Russia would create "an alliance of gas suppliers that will be more influential than OPEC" if Russia did not get its way in energy negotiations with Europe.[27] Iranian officials have explicitly expressed strong support for a gas cartel and held official talks with Russia.[28][28] Cartel speculation was again raised when the ministers met on 9 April 2007.[29][30] The 6th Ministerial Meeting of the GECF established an expert group, chaired by Russia, to study how to strengthen the GECF. According to the Algerian Energy and Mines Minister Chakib Khelil, this mean that in the long term the GECF will move toward becoming a gas OPEC.[30] On 11 December 2009, Russia's Energy Minister Sergey Shmatko stated: "Today we can speak about gas OPEC as a fully fledged international organization. By a unanimous decision a Russian national was elected its secretary general. This is to show that member countries expect Russia to use its political weight to promote it."[31] Creation of the "Gas OPEC" was one of the topics of the first GECF's summit. However, some GECF's members are concerned over the gas exports to be politicized.[32]
sarkasm
31/3/2017
09:40
CORRELATION Any ideas as to when gas prices will substantially uncouple from oil prices
grupo guitarlumber
29/3/2017
20:58
Published on 29/03/2017 at 20h40 (Boursier.com) - On the occasion of French President François Hollande's visit to Southeast Asia, in the presence of Gérard Mestrallet, President of Engie, Didier Holleaux, Deputy Managing Director of Engie, signed 8 agreements aimed at developing clean and sustainable energy solutions, in line with the Group's strategy. These agreements reinforce Engie's commitment to the Asia-Pacific region and are part of the Group's strategy to become a world leader in energy transition. They illustrate the close collaboration with various stakeholders: governments, industrial partners, customers and local communities. In Singapore, Engie signed 3 agreements: - a partnership with Bolloré and Senoko Energy to co-develop solutions in the field of intelligent city, for example in the field of electric mobility and energy storage, and to explore opportunities in airport services; - a partnership with Nanyang Technology University (NTU), Singapore and Schneider Electric to develop micro-network solutions; - a partnership for the creation of an International Research Network, signed by Gérard Mestrallet, NTU, the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), the Atomic Energy and Alternative Energies Commission (CEA) French academic partners. In Malaysia, the Group has signed two partnership agreements with Sime Darby, a multinational conglomerate based in Malaysia, to co-develop solar energy business opportunities and integrated facilities management services. It also inaugurated the extension of its facilities for the Megajana urban cooling system, located 40 km from Kuala Lumpur. In Indonesia, Engie has signed 3 partnership agreements to develop, co-finance, build and operate micro-grids and other renewable energy projects in different regions of Indonesia, for a total value of $ 1.25 billion. Over the next 5 years.
waldron
29/3/2017
08:39
Published on 29/03/2017 at 09h04 (Boursier.com) - Engie jumped 1.7% to 12.9 euros at the opening, backed by a weight analyst. JP Morgan raised from "neutral" to "overweight" his recommendation on the energy group's title, targeting 14.50 euros.
waldron
28/3/2017
09:13
Italy's Eni, already France's second-biggest gas retailer, said on Tuesday that it will launch an electricity retail offer and is targeting 1 million French customers by the year-end. Eni, which started gas retailing in 2012, had won 700,000 gas customers in France by the end of last year and had 2016 sales of 1.2 billion euros ($1.30 billion) in France. In November 2016, it also started selling power to professional customers and now has some 1,500 client sites. Eni said in a statement that the French retail power market "offers incredible growth potential" as energy bills are a heavy burden for consumers. Eni will offer several formulas to its customers, competing on price with former monopoly power vendor EDF, which at the end of 2016 had a market share of 85.8 percent of all client sites. Gas utility Engie and power retailers Direct Energie and Lampiris also compete with EDF in the French retail power market. ($1 = 0.9206 euros) (Reporting by Geert De Clercq; Editing by Sudip Kar-Gupta)
waldron
23/3/2017
09:35
12 May 2017 Shareholders’ meeting
waldron
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