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18/1/2018
13:04
French Engie Fearless in Face of Nord Stream-2 Sanctions The French power company Engie will continue to support the project of construction of the Nord Stream-2 gas pipeline despite anti-Russian sanctions, Gérard Mestrallet, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Engie Group, announced at the Gaidar Forum which ran from January 16 - 18 at the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA). “We, as partners in the Northern Stream-2 project, support and will support it under any condition,” he said, noting that despite the law adopted in August 2017 by the US Congress on new sanctions against Russian companies and projects, including Nord Stream-2, Gazprom had concluded an agreement with partners on the project far before the US sanctions law came into force. “I believe there is no cause for concern,” Mestrallet said. Engie, the first partners in the construction of the Nord Stream-2 gas pipeline, have started talking about a possible termination of project financing in order to avoid the US sanctions against Russia. “If sanctions are applied, Engie can stop financing the project in order to avoid sanctions,” Deputy Director General of Engie, Pierre Scharer, told Bloomberg. For now, the French company continues to comply with its obligations under the project financing agreement for Nord Stream-2 whereby it is to provide 10% of the total investment in the project. However, the US sanctions, if they are specifically applied against Nord Stream-2, may still affect future cash transfers. Scharer noted that the participants of the Nord Stream-2 project, in cooperation with the European Commission, have found lawyers to protect themselves from the probable US sanctions. The top manager of Engie says it's good that the sanctions law adopted in the United States has no retroactive effect. That is, it will not affect the first Nord Stream. The US bill on economic sanctions against Russia, Iran and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) was approved by the US Senate in August 2017 and signed by American President Donald Trump. The text of the document directly refers to Nord Stream-2 and requires the US government “to continue to counter the construction of pipeline Nord Stream 2.” It is alleged that the gas main will have "a harmful effect on the energy security of the European Union, the development of the gas market in Central and Eastern Europe, and energy reforms in Ukraine." It is also said that, "the US government should prioritize the export of US energy resources" to the EU, "to create jobs" in its own economy. As levers of influence, the law provides for sanctions against persons who intend to invest more than $5 million per year or $1 million at a time in the construction of Russian export pipelines. Penalties can be imposed on those who provide such projects with any services or technologies, or even provide information support. The right to decide on imposing sanctions was granted to the US President. The Nord Stream-2 gas pipeline should double the current Nord Stream (from 55 to 110 billion cubic meters per year), next to which it will be laid from the Baltic coast of Russia to Germany. Construction of the Nord Stream-2 is planned to begin late 2018, and operation to open at the end of 2019. Gazprom's partners in the project are the German Uniper (whose activities include power generation, energy trading, energy storage, wholesale energy sales, and technology services), BASF / Wintershall, the Austrian OMV, Engie and the Anglo-Dutch Shell. Gazprom and its five partners signed agreements on a new model for financing the project in April 2017. The Russian concern remained the sole shareholder of the project company Nord Stream 2 AG, and Europeans must pay half the total project cost, estimated at EUR 9.5 billion, making the contribution of each foreign partner of Gazprom about EUR 950 million. Dimitri Dolaberidze
the grumpy old men
17/1/2018
14:55
Engie and ACWA bid for 800-MW solar project in Morocco Nation, on the western fringes of the Middle East, is joining a regional push to expand in renewables Published: 17:41 January 17, 2018 Gulf News Bloomberg Abu Dhabi: Morocco attracted bids from France’s Engie SA and EDF Energies Nouvelles to build 800 megawatts of solar power as the North African country seeks to curb energy imports. The French utilities, as well as Riyadh-based ACWA Power International, led groups bidding last month for engineering, procurement and construction contracts, Obaid Amrane, a member of the Moroccan Agency for Sustainable Energy’s management board, said in an interview. Morocco, on the western fringes of the Middle East, is joining a regional push to expand in renewables. The country imports almost all its energy and has scant reserves of oil and natural gas, unlike neighbouring Algeria and Egypt. In an effort to cut purchases from abroad, it plans to produce more than 40 per cent of its electricity from renewables by the end of the decade. The government will award contracts for the solar projects — comprising two 400-megawatt facilities — by the end of this year, and the plants could take two-and-a-half years to build, Amrane said in Abu Dhabi. ACWA Power confirmed its bid and said it expects to submit a financial proposal by April or May. Engie also confirmed its offer, while EDF Energies Nouvelles declined to comment. Development banks are likely to provide financing and a bond sale is also an option, according to Amrane. Morocco plans to have 6 gigawatts of installed renewables capacity — including solar, wind and hydropower — by 2020, he said, adding that the country anticipates “a lot of innovation” and lower prices in the battery market as the use of intermittent renewables grows.
waldron
17/1/2018
08:50
Engie: Gas consumption up slightly in 2017 on the GRTgaz network share with twitter share with LinkedIn share with facebook share via email 0 0 17/01/2018 | 9:25 The gross gas consumption rose by 0.4% to 465 terawatts / hour (TWh) on the GRTgaz network in 2017 due to a sharp rise in demand for power plants, announced Wednesday the company, which manages the major part of the French gas transmission network. Industrial customer consumption grew by 5.5%, driven mainly by electricity generation, which resulted in a 19% increase in demand for gas-fired plants to 55 TWh. On the other hand, gross consumption from public distribution fell by 2.9% on a reported basis to reach 275 TWh (-0.4% after climatic correction) due to milder weather than in 2016. Demand from customers connected to the networks public, mainly residential and tertiary, is strongly related to heating needs. (Benjamin Mallet, edited by Jean-Michel Belot)
the grumpy old men
17/1/2018
08:34
PARIS (Agefi-Dow Jones) - Electricity and gas supplier Engie (ENGI.FR) announced Wednesday the acquisition, through its subsidiary Endel Engie, of CEP Industrie from Bureau Veritas (BVI.FR) , for an undisclosed amount. CEP Industrie specializes in non-destructive testing, mechanical testing and inspections. This operation will give birth to the French market leader in non-destructive testing, explained Engie in a statement, CEP Industry bringing to its own dedicated subsidiary, CSI, unique technical skills, particularly on thick layers, a technology used in particular in the field nuclear.
the grumpy old men
16/1/2018
22:14
Engie chief wants to maintain momentum in 2018 01/16/2018 By Diarmaid Williams International Digital Editor The head of Engie wants to use gains made by the company last year to maintain forward momentum in 2018. Isabelle Kocher said 2018 would be “decisive in terms of accelerating and deepening partnerships”, pointing to Engie’s investments in fuel-cell specialist Symbio FCell, green mobility and solar energy, notably in Africa. Isabelle Kocher Engie hopes to boost earnings growth and partnerships in its core businesses of renewable energy, grids and energy services this year, after an estimated five per cent gain in core earnings in 2017, its chief executive said. She said 2018 would see an acceleration of growth. “Our 2017 earnings guidance was based on a growth rate of about five per cent for our core businesses, which is a lot in today’s world. For 2018, our ambition is to continue moving ahead at a very high pace,” she said. While she painted a rosy picture for earnings, she said a plan to invest EUR15bn in new assets was nearly complete, but she did not give a detailed breakdown on how the money had been spent. Last year, Engie sold its upstream liquefied natural gas assets for $1.5bn, its exploration and production business for $3.9bn and the Loy Yang B coal-fired power station in Australia for $835m. Of the EUR15bn expected to be raised from the disposal of fossil fuel assets, Kocher said Engie had already spent about two thirds and signed or secured about 90 per cent. Engie has not made major acquisitions in the past two years: in 2017 it bought 40 per cent of Dubai cooling specialist Tabreed for $762 million and the building regeneration business of Keepmoat for $455m, as well as a stake in electric vehicle charging specialist EVBox and the energy services activities of Spie in Morocco. In renewable energy, it brought 6 GW of new power generation online over the past two years, and another 6 GW have been signed or secured. In Chile, it is building a power network that will connect the country’s northern and southern power grids. Kocher also confirmed Engie is interested in bidding for a stake in a gas pipeline grid owned by Brazil’s Petrobras. Kocher said that about 12,000 new staff had been hired in the company’s energy services division, boosting the unit’s headcount to 100,000, two-thirds of the total. Kocher said the shift to renewables, grids and services had improved Engie’s return on capital employed. “All of this is of significant scale, and as it is organic growth,” she said, adding that she would outline a new strategy for 2030 in the second half of 2018.
the grumpy old men
16/1/2018
10:55
BARCELONA (Agefi-Dow Jones) - Focus on Engie's Reinvestment Phase (EBGI.FR) after CEO of the energy giant said the group's divestiture program had been completed about 90%, says Bryan Garnier. The broker believes that the group's strategic business should continue to grow by approximately 5% and that Engie should remain opportunistic with respect to its external activities. Bryan Garnier also notes that governance will be on the agenda in 2018, the succession of incumbent President Gérard Mestrallet being likely to depend on a potential law on the thresholds of capital and voting rights held by the French state in Engie. The share gained 1.5% to 14.70 euros. -Anthony Shevlin, Dow Jones Newswires ed: ECH (END) Dow Jones Newswires January 16, 2018 05:17 ET (10:17 GMT)
maywillow
16/1/2018
10:07
(CercleFinance.com) - Engie is a kind of mystery: the title continues an endless stagnation between 14.2 and 15E (for more than 4 months, it began September 7). Not only is the episode of lateral drifting of a rare length but the volatility - less than 7% - is of a confusing weakness. In case of exit from the top or the bottom, a rise - or a drop - 'funicular' could start in the direction of 17 then 20E ... or 13E (major support late April or early July 2017).
la forge
15/1/2018
21:59
ENGIE to acquire two energy companies in West Africa, Afric Power and Tieri By Oil and Gas Republic on Jan 15, 2018@ogrepublic Share Tweet Share Share 0 comments Afric Power and Tieri Acquisition of Afric Power and Tieri gives ENGIE strong local presence to accelerate its expansion in energy services in West and Central Africa The companies, based in Côte d’Ivoire, Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger, have been able to export their competencies throughout the region ABIDJAN, Ivory Coast, — ENGIE (www.ENGIE-Africa.com) has signed an agreement to acquire two companies specialising in energy services in West Africa. Afric Power and Tieri (www.Tieri.com) employ more than 140 people specialising in the design, installation and maintenance of electrical systems and automated control mechanisms in West Africa. The companies, based in Côte d’Ivoire, Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger, have been able to export their competencies throughout the region. This acquisition reaffirms ENGIE’s goal of quickly expanding to become one of the leaders in energy services in West and Central Africa. Philippe Miquel, Regional Manager of ENGIE West and Central Africa, says: “Afric Power and Tieri have both made their mark in the region and built up a diverse customer portfolio by focusing on quality, proximity and innovation. We fully share these values and are convinced that this solid foundation combined with ENGIE’s expertise, financial clout and international credentials will enable us to quickly establish the integrated energy service provider the region needs.” Afric Power and Tieri are complementary companies offering a comprehensive service including system design, the assembly of electrical cabinets and automated control mechanisms, and the installation, maintenance and warranty coverage of equipment. The companies have forged strong partnerships with customers operating in many sectors, such as agro-industry, agri-food, mines, large-scale services and data centres. ENGIE’s activities in West and Central Africa are focused on centralised energy generation, mini-grids and individual solar kits. ENGIE has recently distinguished itself in the energy sector by commissioning the Santhiou Mekhe solar photovoltaic plant in Senegal [1] (30 MW), being awarded the energy and systems component of the Dakar Regional Express Train (TER) project [2] and commissioning the Soubré hydroelectric dam (275 MW) in Côte d’Ivoire [3]. ENGIE will capitalise on this acquisition to set up a regional platform with a view to offering energy services (installation and maintenance) to commercial and industrial customers, both private and public. [1] Turnkey contract handled by Solaire Direct, a subsidiary of ENGIE. [2] Turnkey contract handled by ENGIE Ineo, a subsidiary of ENGIE. [3] Project management assistance contract handled by Tractebel, a subsidiary of ENGIE.
waldron
15/1/2018
15:22
(Boursier.com) - It is still a little early to know the decision of the state regarding its participation in Engie. But the boss of the group, Isabelle Kocher, has no apprehension on the scenario that will be retained. With or without the public tutelage, the energy company will continue the profound change that will allow it to eventually be among the giants of renewable energy. The leader is preparing for all scenarios, even that of a total withdrawal of the state, "if the government considers that it is not necessarily with a share of the capital that it can have an influence on the energy infrastructures of the country, "she said this morning at a press conference. The Agency of the participations of the State owns 24,10% of the capital of Engie, its biggest quoted line if one excludes EDF. On the basis of the current exchange rate, 15.55 euros, it weighs 8.55 billion euros. The state had sold 4.5% of the capital last September, after having sold 4.1% in January 2017. In a report published last year, the Court of Accounts estimated that the authorities could afford to lower their holding around 20%, without any loss of significant influence. However, it will be necessary to legislate: by regulation, the State is not entitled to hold less than a third of Engie's voting rights over a long period. If it is currently below this threshold (27.1%), the recovery of double voting rights will enable it to comply again with the obligation in the coming months. The last placement had been calibrated in that sense, said Bercy. A legal change is a fortiori necessary if it entered into the plans of the government to definitively leave the capital. CEO or CEO? Being alone or accompanied, Isabelle Kocher has no preference. But what is true for the shareholders is not necessarily true for the management of the company. Asked about the succession of Gérard Mestrallet, its president, who must hand in May, the executive director kicked in touch. "As long as the process has not come to an end and as long as no decision has been announced by the board of directors, I will not comment," she said in conference. It is common knowledge that after triumphing over the main pitfalls of the reorganization of her group, Isabelle Kocher would see herself as Chief Executive Officer. We can easily imagine that she probably did not like the rumor spread this morning by 'The Expansion Letter', according to which Gérard Mestrallet would see Ségolène Royal succeed him to the non-executive presidency of Engie. .
la forge
13/1/2018
13:08
Engie and Macquarie make joint investment in battery storage firm 01/12/2018 By Diarmaid Williams International Digital Editor Engie and Macquarie Group have come together to invest £3m in Newcastle, England-based battery storage firm Connected Energy. Connected Energy uses spent battery packs from electric vehicles to create on-site energy storage solutions for industrial and commercial companies. The company says that by using second-life EV batteries, its E-STOR solution can deliver the benefits of battery storage at lower cost to businesses. As well as security of supply, resilience and peak cost avoidance, storage enables businesses to share revenues from utilities and virtual power plant operators by helping provide grid balancing services. The Energyst website reports that Connected Energy will use the cash to scale its operations, and to fulfil a “tremendous pipeline of demand” for its storage systems, according to CEO Matthew Lumsden. “In this uncertain energy landscape we look forward to capitalising on the burgeoning need for grid balancing schemes through energy storage, as well as adding to the sustainability of electric vehicles,” he said. Connected Energy uses second life batteries from Renault vehicles. As well as Engie and Macquarie, the firm lists Boston Renewables, Bryt Energy, EDF Energy, Efficient Power Solutions, Parker, Statkraft, University of Warwick and Videre as strategic partners.
waldron
13/1/2018
10:51
Market Chatter: Shell, Total Consider Bid for Dutch Utility Eneco Group January 12, 2018, 03:40:00 PM EDT By MT Newswires, MT Newswires Shutterstock photo Royal Dutch Shell ( RDS.A ) ( RDS.B ), an oil giant, is making preparations to bid for green energy firm Eneco whose owners are made up of 53 local councils, the Telegraaf reported on Friday, citing unidentified sources. Shell's French competitor Total ( TOT ) also contacted advisors this month about a possible offer, the Telegraaf reported. Other potential buyers include investment company HAL, pension fund PGGM, Japan's Mitsubishi, Austrian energy group Vebund, private equity group CVC and French energy titan Engie, according to the report.
waldron
10/1/2018
18:35
Engie ordered to address North Sea Gjøa safety concerns 01/10/2018 Offshore staff OSLO, Norway – The Petroleum Safety Authority Norway (PSA) has served an order to Engie E&P Norge after completing an investigation of a condensate leak on the Gjøa field in the North Sea last June. The leak occurred in the process module on the Gjøa semisubmersible platform and led to gas detection, a general alarm, automatic shutdown of the process plant, pressure blowdown, and mustering in accordance with the alarm instructions. Gjøa, which came onstream in 2010, has been developed with four subsea templates and a satellite well tied back to the platform. Engie estimated the leakage rate at 1.06 kg/s and the total quantity at around 1.25 cu m (44 cu ft). Analysis showed that the fluid consisted largely of produced water with small quantities of hydrocarbons (gas and condensate). The condensate did not ignite during the incident, and the leak was stopped after about 30 minutes. According to the PSA, the cause was a fatigue fracture in a weld on a ½-in. pipe nozzle on a condensate pump connected to the gas recompression system. An emergency shutdown valve (ESV) upstream from the leak site failed to close. The emergency response command on the facility decided to evacuate staff to the shore, however, the all-clear was given on Gjøa soon afterwards. Engie’s maintenance of the ESVs and associated actuators was inadequate, the investigation found: these problems had been known over a long period, but not dealt with, the PSA pointed out. The main non-conformities with regulations related to the: Barrier management system Management and maintenance system Response to vibration Organization and management. In addition, the PSA identified the need for improvement point concerning carcinogenic and mutagenic chemicals. It has ordered Engie to take steps to ensure that safety-critical equipment is operated, tested and maintained in a way which ensures the performance of the barriers at all times. Deadline for compliance is Feb. 2.
waldron
07/1/2018
13:28
07/01/2018 | 11:27 PARIS (awp / afp) - Prime Minister Edouard Philippe has estimated in the Journal du Dimanche that there is "no fiscal pot" because any additional tax revenues from the economic recovery would be used first to de-indebted the La France. "There is no money when for forty years we spend more than we win.If there is good news on revenue, it will be a way to accelerate our debt," said the head the government in an interview to the JDD, as to clear the rise of a debate like that which affected the Jospin government in the early 2000s. He said he is still "rather in the logic" of a growth rate of 1.7% in 2018, which does not expose the country to "bad news". France's public debt amounted to 2,226.1 billion euros in the third quarter of 2017, representing 98.1% of Gross Domestic Product, compared with 99.1% in the previous quarter. The Assembly voted in October new rules of "good driving" to use this possible "kitty" tax. If the recovery is cyclical, the new revenues will be used to reduce the deficit and the debt. The Minister of Public Accounts, Gérald Darmanin (from LR), had defended this amendment of "fiscal responsibility which provides in the case of a surplus of tax or social revenue (how to) to spread to avoid debates that could push some- each ". The Prime Minister also said in the Journal du Dimanche that there would be new asset disposals in addition to those already envisaged and that privatization bills were being prepared, without specifying the timetable. "On possible privatizations, which would require a law, you will see in the legislative calendar as and when they are presented," he added. The State has not yet taken a decision on the privatization of ADP Group, the manager of Paris airports, or the French Games (FDJ), said on December 19 the head of the Agency's equity investments. State, Martin Vial. "On the other hand, it is clear that the Minister of Economy Bruno Le Maire, the Prime Minister and the President of the Republic have made a decision on a fund for innovation that will be fed by 10 billion euros of transfer" , he recalled, evoking first disposals made for "Engie shares, Renault titles this autumn for just over 2 billion euros". are / ic / jcc / mcj
ariane
06/1/2018
15:14
France reduces its stake in Engie Pierre-Henri Thomas Pierre-Henri Thomas Journalist 06/01/18 at 10:46 - Updated at 10:46 From Trendstreams of 04/01/18 To fund its new innovation fund, the French government has decided to sell some of its family jewels. Among them, there is a 24% stake in Engie. I will announce in a few weeks that we are going to privatize some companies to get money to fund innovation. "It is on the shores of Lake Como that the French Minister of Economy and Finance, Bruno Le Maire, has announced that the French state should sell some of its holdings in certain companies that belong to it.
la forge
05/1/2018
15:24
05/01/2018 | 12:05 Half-yearly review of the Liquidity Agreement Press release establishing the half-year balance sheet of the liquidity contract of ENGIE Under the liquidity contract entrusted by ENGIE to Rothschild Martin Maurel on 31 December 2017, the following assets were included in the liquidity account: • 0 Title • 149.511.530,83 € It is recalled that as of June 30, 2017, the following assets were in the liquidity account. : • 550,000 Securities • € 141,808,542.76 WorldReginfo - 310e8b3d-f381-4aa8-bdd1-1c9b10df7e46 Financial Communication: Investor Relations +33 1 44 22 66 29 Financial Communication: Shareholder Relations 0 800 30 00 30 (from France) 0800 25 125 (from Belgium) Engie 1, Place Samuel de Champlain, Faubourg de l'Arche 92930 Paris The Defense Cedex, France T +33 (1) 44 22 00 00 ENGIE: SA with a capital of 2,435,285,011 euros RCS Nanterre 542 107,651 Registered Office: 1, place Samuel de Champlain, 92400 Courbevoie
la forge
04/1/2018
18:20
Calendar 08 Mar 2018 Annual results 2017 18 May 2018 Combined Ordinary and Extraordinary Shareholders’ Meeting
grupo guitarlumber
04/1/2018
16:56
Engie captures Moroccan energy services specialist 01/04/2018 By Diarmaid Williams International Digital Editor Engie has acquired SPIE Group’s energy services operation in Morocco. SPIE Morocco is an important player in the electrical works, heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), telecommunication systems and multi-technical maintenance market in Morocco. Engie Commenting on the acquisition, Bruno Bensasson, CEO of Engie Africa, said, “This acquisition is in line with Engie’s strategy of becoming one of the leading energy services companies on the African continent.” By integrating SPIE Morocco’s skills, teams and operations, Engie aims to expand its energy services in Morocco and is taking a major step forward in its ambition to become an integrated energy services provider on the continent. Engie is active in Morocco in multi-technical maintenance and facility management through its subsidiary Cofely Morocco. Recently, Engie and Finatech Group have finalised the creation of a joint venture for energy services across African markets. With more than 1,300 employees, the new entity is expected to serve as an operational platform supporting its industrial and service-sector customers in Morocco and in other African countries enabling Engie to consolidate its position as energy transition leader on the African continent.
sarkasm
03/1/2018
21:06
GTT Wins Order from Korean Shipyard logo By MarEx 01/03/2018 07:26:58 At the end of 2017, GTT received an order from a South Korean shipyard regarding the design of the LNG tanks of a new LNG carrier. Its delivery is scheduled for the first quarter of 2020. GTT will design the LNG tanks of the unit, allowing for a capacity of 174,000 m3. The insulation solution Mark III Flex has been chosen for its ability to reduce the daily guaranteed Boil-Off gas rate to 0.085 percent of tank volume. 48 vessels in service already benefit from this technology. The shipowner and shipyard's names are kept confidential at this stage.
grupo
03/1/2018
08:45
OVER A YEAR NOW AND STILL NOTHING IN THE WIND December 2016 Engie could soon become a diversified conglomerate, present in both energy and water management, via a 100% rise in the capital of Suez (ex-Lyonnaise des Eaux). Suez (formerly Suez Environnement, formerly Lyonnaise des Eaux) will soon fully fall into the fold of Engie, which already owns a third of the capital of the world No. 2 in water and waste management ( In 2008, Suez distributed to its shareholders the remaining two-thirds of the capital of the former Suez Environnement as part of its merger with Gaz de France, to form GDF Suez, renamed since Engie). Indeed, the general manager of the giant tricolor energy, Isabelle Kocher, consider a takeover, according to the website of BFM Business.
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