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% 1.15p 1.00p 1.30p 1.15p 1.15p 1.15p 14,150 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.1 0.6 0.5 2.5 0.70

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16/6/2018
20:59
British reliance on French energy increases by more than quarter 1 power pylons The UK is dependent on energy imports to keep its lights on Credit: Alamy Jillian Ambrose, Energy Editor 16 June 2018 • 8:00pm The UK’s reliance on importing French power to keep the lights on has increased by almost a quarter this year in further evidence of Britain’s energy cost crunch. Energy prices in Britain are now around a fifth higher than they were this time last year on the wholesale market. Meanwhile, across the Channel, nuclear power plants have flooded France with cheap electricity which is being sold at a tidy profit to struggling British suppliers. “French nuclear plants have been far more reliable this year to date than last year,” said Jamie Stewart, the ICIS Energy analyst, “which has kept a firm lid on French power prices.” The stark fundamental differences between the UK and its biggest electricity trade partner have nudged British imports, via twin high-voltage sub-sea cables, to a total of 6.4 terawatt hours so far this year. Last year Britain imported less than 5TWh over the same period. Energy brokers at Marex Spectron told The Sunday Telegraph that the “anomalously strong” imports from France are closer in line with Britain’s winter appetite for foreign energy than typical summer trends. The trend has also re-energised industry debate over Britain’s energy trading future once it leaves the EU next year. Even with the bumper imports of cheap French nuclear power, Britain’s energy prices remain around 20pc higher than last year in a major threat to energy companies braced for the Government’s price cap to descend on the market at the end of the year. In response, suppliers have drawn the ire of ministers by raising the price of energy tariffs to survive the cost crunch. Many of the cheapest suppliers have shown signs of existential strain. Iresa Energy, the energy minnow, slipped into default on the wholesale market for a third time last week, according to Elexon, the market administrator. Meanwhile, Bulb and First Utility, the Shell-owned supplier, have been forced to raise prices in the wake of tariff hikes from the “big six” suppliers. UK power prices hit 10-year highs in March following the freezing temperatures brought by the “Beast from the East” and show no sign of returning to typical summer prices due to the strong price of gas. The Siberian storm drained gas from storage facilities across Europe in the final weeks of winter, making it more difficult for suppliers to replenish the stocks over the summer. On the ICIS Power Index, a key benchmark for energy trends, the three-week rolling average price of wholesale power stands at £52.70/MWh after spending much of last year fluctuating between £42 and £48 per megawatt hour. Related Topics Nuclear power Energy industry Electricity bills 1 Follow Telegraph Business
grupo
15/6/2018
17:32
Total 52.35 -0.96% Engie 13.92 +0.18% Orange 14.635 -0.03% FTSE 100 7,633.91 -1.70% Dow Jones 24,928.5 -0.98% CAC 40 5,501.88 -0.48% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 73.36 -3.46% Gasoline NYMEX 2.03 -3.02% Natural Gas NYMEX 3.02 +1.85% BP 565 -3.50% Shell A 2,521.5 -3.30% Shell B 2,625.5 -3.14% NEXT WEEK AN IMPORTANT PIVOT WEEK ME THINKS
waldron
15/6/2018
10:11
GTT: still potential? Claude Leguilloux, published on the 15/06/2018 at 10h02 GTT: still potential? Photo credit © GTT (Boursier.com) - GTT remains stable on the 53,60 euros after having been mandated by two major companies in order to carry out front end engineering studies (FEED) on new projects GBS terminals (Gravity Based System). "The expertise of GTT will have to confirm the economic, operational and logistical feasibility of this type of solution.It is too early to evaluate a future market, but this outlet confirms the multiplicity of potential markets for GTT" comments Portzamparc which remains to "strengthen "on the folder. The first project, signed with a European EPC, concerns a major LNG liquefaction project comprising several concrete caissons with several liquefied gas containment tanks. The second project, led by an Asian partner to supply energy to an island, concerns a smaller metal GBS box. For reasons of confidentiality, the names of the contractors of these LNG projects can not be communicated ... PUBLICITY inRead invented by Teads These two types of GBS terminals are articulated around a concrete or metal box and membrane containment tanks designed by GTT. They are based on the sea floor, and can be installed in a port or isolated area, without the need for additional infrastructure. The aim of these studies is to develop the design of GBS terminals and to validate the economic, safety and production aspects specific to GBS, drawing on GTT's experience and knowledge of LNG membrane containment. The studies will allow GTT to demonstrate the relevance of this innovative solution that combines the experience of GTT containment systems with GBS coastal structures ...
the grumpy old men
14/6/2018
17:38
Total 52.86 +1.52% Engie 13.895 +2.43% Orange 14.64 +0.79% FTSE 100 7,765.79 +0.81% Dow Jones 25,197.56 -0.01% CAC 40 5,528.46 +1.39% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 76.06 -0.63% Gasoline NYMEX 2.10 -1.11% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.96 +0.00% BP 585.5 +2.13% Shell A 2,607.5 +1.56% Shell B 2,710.5 +1.33% WHATA DIFFERENCE HALF A DAY DOTH MAKE
waldron
14/6/2018
09:44
Engie specifies the timetable for a change in its capital Claude Leguilloux, published on the 14/06/2018 at 08h09 Engie specifies the timetable for a change in its capital (Boursier.com) - The management of the Engie group has indicated that a partial or complete exit of the State of its capital would take place only after the group has announced its long-term prospects, end 2018, this which would allow the operation to take place "under the best conditions". Engie "is ready to face all the scenarios and, in any case, a partial or complete exit of the State would not have an impact on the capacity of financing of the group", commented the group, while stressing that a transaction was not planned in the short term, the Pact Act to be promulgated in late 2018 or early 2019. Engie also argued that a withdrawal of the State (24.1% of capital) would intervene So after its "capital markets day", scheduled for the end of this year, during which it will announce its long-term prospects ... PUBLICITY inRead invented by Teads The operation could thus "take place under the best conditions, both for the State and for the group". Engie also pointed out that a partial or complete exit from the state would increase his floating capital, "ensuring better liquidity". The government announced earlier this week that the draft law "Pact" would incorporate provisions modifying the legal framework that governs public participation in Engie, but also in ADP and Française des Jeux (FDJ), which will allow the State to go below one third of the voting rights at the energy company ...
sarkasm
14/6/2018
06:31
Engie says its financing capacity would not suffer from state stake sale.
sarkasm
13/6/2018
17:27
Total 52.07 -0.48% Engie 13.565 -0.84% Orange 14.525 -1.29% FTSE 100 7,703.71 +0.00% Dow Jones 25,334.85 +0.06% CAC 40 5,452.73 -0.01% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 76.35 +1.18% Gasoline NYMEX 2.12 +1.83% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.97 +0.85% BP 573.3 -0.90% Shell A 2,567.5 -1.10% Shell B 2,675 -0.93%
waldron
13/6/2018
07:51
ENGIE: a healthy financial situation (CALL V604S) published on the 13/06/2018 at 08h34 ENGIE consolidated its previous upward momentum. With the exit from the top of the channel, the trend should resume. The technical analysis sets a short-term target at 14.39 EUR with a stop at 13.39 EUR. The strengths of the value according to AOF - Activity divided into 5 branches: energy in Europe for half of the turnover, then, in a balanced way, international energy, energy services, LNG and gas and, finally, infrastructures; - Group reorganized since 2016 into 24 operational entities, mainly based on geographical areas and capable of offering several services to the same client; - Sound financial structure, with a debt rated A, which has fallen sharply since 2016, and which will be further strengthened in 2018 by the sale of the exploration-production activity; - Visibility on the dividend of 0.7 EUR for 2017 and 2018. ENGIE: Channel output From a graphical point of view, ENGIE is following a bullish trend since the bearish excess under the support at 12.18 EUR. After testing the resistance at 14.44 EUR, prices consolidated inside a downtrend channel. Contacts with the support at 13.45 EUR, reinforced by the MM 100 and the ratio of 62%, allowed a bullish exit of the figure. The trend should resume in the direction of 14.44 EUR. The optimal entry price for this scenario is set at EUR 13.67 and the invalidation is set at EUR 13.39. Analysis written on 13/06/2018 at 08:34 (13/06/2018 06: 34: 21Z) Day By Day - Matthew Driol - Senior Analyst
sarkasm
13/6/2018
07:19
(Boursier.com) - The government confirmed Tuesday its intention to sell shares it owns in three companies: Groupe ADP (formerly Aéroports de Paris), Française des Jeux (FDJ) and Engie. The measures allowing the transfer of these assets will thus be included in the bill "Pact" (*), which must be presented to the next council of ministers, on June 18, announced Tuesday the spokesman of the government Benjamin Griveaux. The Minister of Economy Bruno Le Maire has also confirmed the news via his Twitter account ... A law is thus necessary to authorize the State-shareholder to go below 50% of the capital of ADP (he currently holds 50.6%). Concerning Engie (whose state still holds 24.1% of the capital and about a third of the voting rights), the State can not currently fall below one third of the voting rights. A law is also necessary to allow the state to go under 50% in the FDJ, whose state currently holds 72%. The State did not specify what part of the three companies it intends to sell, but it should retain a minority share, as well as a right of scrutiny over the strategy of the three groups. "Develop a real popular shareholding" The Minister of the Economy, author of the "Pact" law, said that these privatization operations will include a portion reserved for private shareholders, citing Emmanuel Macron's wish to "develop a real popular shareholding". In an interview published on the website of 'Echos', Mr Le Maire assured that an offer reserved for small holders, but also employees, "is an essential point.The President of the Republic wishes to develop a real popular shareholding ". "This is why we will allow the French to become shareholders and a share of the capital will be reserved for them.The development of employee share ownership will also be an important focus of the Pact Act," he added. As for the share reserved for small shareholders, its "level will be defined in the coming months," said the minister. Financing innovation and accelerating deleveraging The proceeds from these divestitures, the details of which are not determined at this stage, will, on the one hand, finance, as expected, the investment, via the Innovation and Industry Fund, promised by Emmanuel Macron during his election campaign. But the disposals will also serve to "accelerate the deleveraging of the state," said Bruno Le Maire. It has not indicated how much of the capital of the three companies will be sold by the State: "all these decisions will come when the time comes, once the text adopted by the Parliament, end 2018 or early 2019". As for the operations themselves, they will take place "when the time comes, but everything will also depend on the market conditions". Individual shareholders losing momentum in France In total, the shares of the state in these listed companies represent "about 15 billion euros which are now immobilized and which do not allow to invest for our future, added the minister. It remains to be seen whether the French will be seduced by these privatizations in a context unfavorable in recent years to individual shareholders. The number of small carriers has been halved since 2007, from nearly 7 million to 3.5 million. The shock created by the stock market crisis of 2008-2009, as well as unattractive taxation has diverted the French assets considered risky. In addition, many have been scalded by the latest privatizations, including those of EDF and Gaz de France (now Engie), which have not shone by their performance for long-term investors ... Very contrasted performances in the past Thus, currently, the Engie share is worth 13.68 euros, or 40% less than when introducing GDF in July 2005 to 23.20 euros, and EDF introduced in November 2005 to 32 euros, is worth today almost three times less (11.14 euros)! Farther back in time, Orange (formerly France Telecom), launched at 28.5 euros in 1997, only worth half today, at 14.71 euros ... On the other hand, the title ADP, introduced in June 2006 at 44 euros, was multiplied by more than four and ended Tuesday evening at 185.40 euros. Other IPOs of public companies have also been successful, such as that of EADS (now Airbus) introduced in July 2000 at 18 euros, and currently quoted over 100 euros! (*) Act "Pact" = Action Plan for Growth
sarkasm
12/6/2018
17:48
Total 52.21 -1.08% Engie 13.675 +0.37% Orange 14.745 -0.41% FTSE 100 7,703.81 -0.43% Dow Jones 25,318.93 -0.01% CAC 40 5,453.37 -0.38% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 76.42 +0.03% Gasoline NYMEX 2.10 -0.07% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.92 -1.08% BP 578.5 -1.38% Shell A 2,596 -1.35% Shell B 2,700 -1.01%
waldron
12/6/2018
14:49
Interesting resolution in the forthcoming AGM they want the right to buy back shares in the market. Such a buy back would be a positive benefit to holders
solarno lopez
11/6/2018
18:36
Total 52.78 -0.60%$$$$ Engie 13.625 +0.93% Orange 14.805 +0.89% $$$$ TOTAL GONE EX DIVI TODAY FTSE 100 7,737.43 +0.73% Dow Jones 25,374.09 +0.23% CAC 40 5,473.91 +0.43% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 76.37 -0.03% Gasoline NYMEX 2.11 -0.25% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.94 +1.20% BP 586.6 +0.48% Shell A 2,631.5 +0.96% Shell B 2,727.5 +1.02%
waldron
11/6/2018
10:19
The regulated gas tariff could increase by 6.5% from 1 July if the government follows the recommendations of the annual analysis on gas costs published by the Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE) on Monday. "With regard to supply costs, infrastructure costs and also commercial costs, there could be a 6.5% increase in the price of gas," AFP spokeswoman told AFP. . In detail, procurement costs are expected to increase by 3%, infrastructure costs by 2.5% and commercial costs by 2.6%. Overall, this development corresponds to a rise of 6.5% on the TTC bill of a customer who is heated by gas. The opinion of the CRE must now be the subject of a ministerial decree to enter into force. "The government still has room for maneuver" on commercial costs and supply costs, said the spokesperson of the CRE. Regulated gas prices are likely to disappear in France in the near future. In July 2017, the Council of State ruled the regulated tariffs contrary to European law, thus imposing on the State to suppress them. The government plans a gradual end, with their extinction by 2023 for all individuals. Nearly 60% of the 11.5 million residential and professional gas-fired sites have already left regulated tariffs for market offers, a figure that is constantly increasing according to CRE. Agefi-Dow Jones The financial newswire (END) Dow Jones Newswires June 11, 2018 02:46 ET (06:46 GMT)
maywillow
11/6/2018
09:50
Total 52.72 -0.72% Engie 13.54 +0.30% Orange 14.76 +0.58% FTSE 100 7,721.46 +0.53% Dow Jones 25,316.53 +0.30% CAC 40 5,467.77 +0.32% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 76.39 +0.00% Gasoline NYMEX 2.11 -0.19% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.95 +1.38% BP 585.1 +0.22% Shell A 2,613.5 +0.27% Shell B 2,704.5 +0.17%
waldron
08/6/2018
17:12
Total 53.1 -0.52% Engie 13.5 -1.17% Orange 14.675 +0.03% FTSE 100 7,681.07 -0.30% Dow Jones 25,234.86 -0.03% CAC 40 5,450.22 +0.03% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 76.49 -1.10% Gasoline NYMEX 2.11 -0.38% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.89 -1.67% BP 583.8 -0.98% Shell A 2,606.5 -0.55% Shell B 2,700 +0.06%
waldron
07/6/2018
17:22
Total 53.38 +1.25% Engie 13.66 +1.26% Orange 14.67 +0.10% FTSE 100 7,704.4 -0.10% Dow Jones 25,260.81 +0.46% CAC 40 5,448.36 -0.17% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 76.88 +1.42% Gasoline NYMEX 2.11 +1.44% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.95 +1.59% BP 589.6 +2.20% Shell A 2,621 +1.51% Shell B 2,698.5 +1.35%
waldron
07/6/2018
12:28
Synthesis In a general way and in a short-term perspective, the company presents an interesting fundamental situation. Strong points The company enjoys attractive valuation levels with a relatively low EV / CA ratio compared to other listed companies around the world. The company is part of the yield values ​​with a relatively large expected dividend. The analysts covering the file mainly recommend buying or overweighting the stock. The gap between current prices and the average price target of the analysts covering the file is relatively large and implies a significant appreciation potential. Weak points The group is among the companies whose growth prospects appear weakest according to estimates analysts. The company has a tense financial position and does not have significant investment margins. In the past, the group has often disappointed analysts by publishing activity figures below their expectations. Expectations of turnover over the last 12 months have largely been revised downward. Analysts expect sales to be lower than they expected a year earlier.
ariane
07/6/2018
12:28
Synthesis In a general way and in a short-term perspective, the company presents an interesting fundamental situation. Strong points The company enjoys attractive valuation levels with a relatively low EV / CA ratio compared to other listed companies around the world. The company is part of the yield values ​​with a relatively large expected dividend. The analysts covering the file mainly recommend buying or overweighting the stock. The gap between current prices and the average price target of the analysts covering the file is relatively large and implies a significant appreciation potential. Weak points The group is among the companies whose growth prospects appear weakest according to estimates analysts. The company has a tense financial position and does not have significant investment margins. In the past, the group has often disappointed analysts by publishing activity figures below their expectations. Expectations of turnover over the last 12 months have largely been revised downward. Analysts expect sales to be lower than they expected a year earlier.
ariane
07/6/2018
10:31
A very good RNS by Inland this morning
solarno lopez
06/6/2018
17:30
Total 52.72 +0.80% Engie 13.49 -0.66% Orange 14.655 +0.24% FTSE 100 7,712.37 +0.33% Dow Jones 24,993.99 +0.78% CAC 40 5,457.56 -0.06% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 75.05 -0.04% Gasoline NYMEX 2.07 -1.19% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.88 -0.24% BP 576.9 -0.02% Shell A 2,582 -0.33% Shell B 2,662.5 -0.24%
waldron
06/6/2018
09:08
6/06/2018 | 9:38 Engie bought the French independent renewable energy producer Langa. Based in Brittany, this group is present in solar energy, wind power, biogas and biomass. It has a portfolio in operation that should reach by the end of 2018, an installed capacity of 215 MW including 165 MW of solar energy and 39 MW of wind. The group is also developing1,3 GW of projects to be launched by 2022. Langa has demonstrated its competitiveness in the last solar tenders of the CRE (Commission for Energy Regulation) where he came third, Engie taking the first place. This acquisition will enable Engie, in addition to its strong organic growth, to intensify its development in renewable energies in France. Engie is aiming for the development of nearly 3 GW of wind power and nearly 2.2 GW of solar power by 2021. Gwenaelle Huet, General Manager Engie France Renewables, said: "Engie and Langa are among the French leaders in solar development, combining the two groups and in particular the specific skills of the Langa teams on rooftops and ground-based power plants. that the overall portfolio of projects in development, Engie will be a leader in the territory ". This acquisition follows the recent consolidation of Engie's positions within Engie Green France, which has made it a key player in the French renewable market.
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