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Energiser LSE:ENGI London Ordinary Share GB00B06CZD75 ORD 0.1P
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  +0.05p +5.26% 1.00p 0.90p 1.10p 1.00p 0.95p 0.95p 20,000 11:13:37
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14/12/2018
17:38
Total 49.1 +0.33% Engie 12.905 +1.02% Orange 14.54 -0.38% FTSE 100 6,845.17 -0.47% Dow Jones 24,160.19 -1.78% CAC 40 4,853.7 -0.88% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 60.29 -1.89% Gasoline NYMEX 1.44 -2.74% Natural Gas NYMEX 3.89 -5.67% WTI - 14/12 18:17:07 51.15 USD -3.13% BP 512.7 -0.29% Shell A 2,342.5 +0.06% Shell B 2,358 -0.17%
waldron
14/12/2018
12:14
13/12/2018 | 3:41 p.m. Paris (AFP) - Regulated gas prices, applied to nearly 4.5 million French homes by Engie, will fall on average by 1.9% on January 1, announced Thursday the Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE). In detail, this drop (excluding tax) will be "0.6% for those who use gas for cooking, 1.2% for those who have a dual use cooking and hot water and 2% for homes who heat gas, "detailed the regulator in a statement. This decline, the second consecutive after the 2.4% decline in December, is explained by the decline in gas prices on the wholesale market. These two months of decline come after a period of sharp rise in tariffs (+ 5.8% in November, + 3.25% in October, + 0.9% in September) These regulated tariffs are calculated monthly on the basis of a mathematical formula and are the subject of an opinion from the French Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE). The formula takes into account gas supply costs as well as other costs (routing, storage, commercial costs). To the amount obtained are added taxes, including the internal tax on natural gas consumption (TICGN) which was to increase by 22% on 1 January next because of the planned increase in the carbon tax (contribution climate energy), an abandoned increase by the government against the movement of "yellow vests". Agefi-Dow Jones The financial newswire
sarkasm
14/12/2018
10:16
14/12/2018 | 11:04 GTT (+ 4.73% to 70.80 euros) is one of the few values ​​in the SBF 120 index to escape the decline, retrieved by Kepler Cheuvreux, which has raised its recommendation to Alleviate to Keep. The target price goes from 46 euros to 58 euros. The consulting firm has raised its forecasts for 2019 and 2020, increasing on average by 15% its revenue forecast and by 18% its estimate of Ebitda. He took into account a sales dynamic better than expected, with 5 contracts having been announced since the beginning of the month. Earlier this week, GTT announced that it had received an order from a Korean shipyard for the design of LNG tanks for two new LNG tankers, with a capacity of 174,000 cubic meters, on behalf of a European shipowner. Ship delivery is scheduled for the first half of 2021. As a result, the group specializing in the design of membrane containment systems for the transport and storage of liquefied gas has at least two years of visibility on its activity. GTT is always valued by the analysis office on the basis of an EBITDA value of 12. Kepler Cheuvreux, however, continues to consider his competitor DSME as a threat in the medium term, and he believes that the commercial momentum should slow down in 2019-20. The broker also believes that US LNG projects will probably not be allowed because of the trade war between China and the United States. However, the analyst considers that the potential for withdrawal of the title is limited, hence its change of recommendation.
sarkasm
13/12/2018
18:01
Total 48.94 +0.97% Engie 12.775 +0.99% Orange 14.595 -1.22% FTSE 100 6,877.5 -0.04% Dow Jones 24,527.25 +0.00% CAC 40 4,896.92 -0.26% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 60.73 +0.96% Gasoline NYMEX 1.45 +2.12% Natural Gas NYMEX 4.18 +1.02% WTI - 13/12 18:41:05 51.92 USD +1.15% BP 514.2 -0.45% Shell A 2,341 -0.32% Shell B 2,362 -0.19%
waldron
13/12/2018
08:46
Published 09:36 December 13, 2018 Updated 09:36 December 13, 2018 US Assistant Secretary for Energy Resources tells reporters that Nord Stream-2 seeks to deepen EU’s dependency on Russian gas. By Kostis Geropoulos Energy & Russian Affairs Editor, New Europe + The United States urged Germany to drop its political support for Russian monopoly Gazprom’s Nord Stream-2 project and warned companies that are involved in the construction of the gas pipeline that they face the risk of sanctions unless they withdraw from the controversial project. US Assistant Secretary for Energy Resources Frank Fannon told a conference call with reporters on December 11 that Nord Stream-2 and an expanded Turkish Stream Pipeline, both of which bypass Ukraine, are designed to deepen Europe’s dependency on Russian gas and weaken the bloc’s security architecture. “Germany can certainly remove their political support from the project…of the gas directive. That policy has been languishing for over a year and a half. That would be a positive step in advancing energy security,” Fannon said, fresh from a trip to the Czech Republic, Croatia, and Hungary. Referring to the construction of the gas pipeline, which has an annual capacity of 55 billion cubic meters and connects Russia’s mainland pipelines to Germany through an underwater link in the Baltic Sea, Fannon said the US government has the ability to sanction Russia’s energy export pipelines under Section 232 of the Counter-Americas Adversaries Through Sanctions Act. “Firms that are working with the Russian energy export pipeline sector are engaging in a line of business that carries a sanctions risk. We continue to review potential sanctions actions and encourage governments or companies to contact us if they have questions about this process,” Fannon said while shying away from discussing details about future any possible sanctions. In an effort to lessen gas dependence on Russia, Fannon told reporters that the US would continue to support European energy diversification, including alternative sources of energy such as liquefied natural gas (LNG). The controversy surrounding the Nord Stream-2 project stems from the fact that most of Europe’s gas from Russia passes through Ukraine, which emerged as a budding European and NATO ally following Moscow’s illegal annexation of Crimea and its subsequent war in eastern Ukraine, caused the European Union and the United States to impose stiff targeted sanctions against the Kremlin. Russia’s pipelines through Ukraine are a major source of revenue for Kyiv and a key contributor to the Ukrainian state budget. Many in the West are concerned that by allowing Moscow to bypass Ukraine by diverting European gas supplies directly to Germany, Kyiv will be effectively cut off from a vitally important money maker that would further cripple its economy. The primary concern for most observers who oppose the continued development of Nordstream-2 makes Europe more dependent on Russian gas and pipelines at a time when the bloc’s own home-produced gas resources are diminishing. Responding to those concerns, Nord Stream’s EU representative, Sebastian Sass, told New Europe, “Politically motivated interventions against Nord Stream-2 would counteract the interests of European consumers and the EU’s energy security,” an assertion that is in line with certain EU-based proponents of the project that include German industrial giants such as BASF, as well as the consortium financing the project – Gazprom, Uniper and Wintershall of Germany, Austria’s OMV, Engie from France, and Royal Dutch Shell. These companies have long asserted that Nord Stream-2 is being implemented in full compliance with both international law and EU legislation, while each considers it essential to secure Russian gas as a way to compete with rival US companies, particularly when, in their eyes, American LNG supplies are far more expensive and logistically challenging than betting on gas piped by corporations with ties to the Kremlin.
adrian j boris
12/12/2018
17:08
Total 48.47 +1.48% Engie 12.65 +3.18% Orange 14.775 +1.23% FTSE 100 6,880.19 +1.08% Dow Jones 24,669.46 +1.23% CAC 40 4,909.45 +2.15% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 61.00 +1.33% Gasoline NYMEX 1.46 +1.10% Natural Gas NYMEX 4.19 -4.99% WTI - 12/12 17:45:59 52.31 USD +0.58% BP 516.5 -0.06% Shell A 2,348.5 +0.43% Shell B 2,366.5 +0.70%
waldron
12/12/2018
07:54
11/12/2018 | 7:15 p.m. BARCELONA (Agefi-Dow Jones) - Engie's decision to maintain the status quo regarding its 32% stake in Suez is no surprise, says Bryan Garnier. A takeover of Suez does not match the transformation plan of Engie's CEO, Isabelle Kocher, and the trades of both groups offer "fairly limited synergies", says analyst Pierre-Antoine Chazal. The timing is also not opportune for a sale of this stake, while Suez has performed poor stock market performance and must integrate the activities of GE Water, bought in March 2017, adds the financial intermediary. The title Suez gave 2.8% Tuesday while Engie took 2.3%. -Cristina Roca, Dow Jones Newswires ed .: ECH Agefi-Dow Jones The financial newswire
waldron
11/12/2018
17:29
Total 47.765 +0.90% Engie 12.26 +2.25% Orange 14.595 +0.69% FTSE 100 6,806.94 +1.27% Dow Jones 24,462.16 +0.16% CAC 40 4,806.2 +1.35% WTI 51.63 +1.37% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 60.29 +0.53% Gasoline NYMEX 1.43 +0.78% Natural Gas NYMEX 4.38 -3.59% BP 516.8 +1.51% Shell A 2,338.5 +0.93% Shell B 2,350 +0.99%
waldron
11/12/2018
10:56
11/12/2018 | 11:36 Suez sells 2.3% to 12.05 euros, penalized by the status quo of Engie. Its main shareholder (32% of the capital) has finally decided to keep this stake, reveals Les Echos. This choice excludes the launch of a takeover bid or an assignment to a competitor such as Veolia, two options that would have been likely to support the share price, and which explains the decline of the day. Engie will confirm this decision today at the end of its board of directors. The CEO of Engie, Isabelle Kocher, and the new president, Jean-Pierre Clamadieu, have not retained the option of a takeover, the benefits of integration of the two groups are not obvious. . "A local authority or a company would have no interest in entrusting all its needs to the same company," said an observer quoted by Les Echos. Engie believes that it can implement certain synergies without having to take control of Suez, for example in the field of seawater desalination, where both groups are present in the Middle East, or in the green gas, an activity that interests one as the other, thinks of everyday life. This decision comes at a key moment for Suez, which is preparing to appoint a new CEO and a new president to succeed Jean-Louis Chaussade and Gérard Mestrallet respectively. According to several sources, Engie would seek to place one of his own in the presidency, Pierre Mongin, his secretary general who already sits on the board of directors of Suez. Oddo BHF's analysts share Engie's management's analysis of the extremely limited strategic and financial interest of a total takeover of Suez. According to the broker, this change in governance at the number two global environmental could be a catalyst with the implementation of new strategic parameters to reduce the capital employed group while improving economic performance. This is undoubtedly the signal that Engin expects before deciding further to maintain the capital link or to reduce it while enjoying a better valuation, says the design office. In this context, the broker has confirmed its purchase recommendation and its price target of 15.60 euros on Suez.
adrian j boris
11/12/2018
08:49
Engie Won't Change Its Stake in Suez -Les Echos 11/12/2018 7:53am Dow Jones News Suez (EU:SEV) Intraday Stock Chart Today : Tuesday 11 December 2018 Click Here for more Suez Charts. --The board of French energy group Engie will on Tuesday decide to keep its 32% stake in Suez, valued at 2.5 billion euros ($2.85 billion), reports Les Echos, citing an unnamed source. --With the decision Engie will for the first time exclude the idea of launching a takeover bid for the water-and-waste-management services company, according to Les Echos. Full story in French: bit.ly/2PtiPcx Write to Barcelona editors at barcelonaeditors@dowjones.com (END) Dow Jones Newswires December 11, 2018 02:38 ET (07:38 GMT)
florenceorbis
11/12/2018
08:14
11/12/2018 | 7:31 PARIS (Agdefi-Dow Jones) - Electricity and gas supplier Engie to formally decide at a board meeting on Tuesday to leave its stake in the Suez Utilities Group unchanged, say Echoes on Tuesday, citing sources close to the file. PUBLICITY inRead invented by Teads Engie owns 32% of Suez. In October, previous news reports reported that the energy group considered that this participation was "too much or too little", opening the way for speculation on a merger between the two groups or, conversely, on a transfer by Engie of his participation. In the end, "there will be no sale of shares nor the reverse of Suez buyout," according to a source close to the case cited by Les Echos. Contacted by Agence Agefi Dow-Jones, a spokesman for Engie declined to comment on this information. -Julien Marion, Agefi-Dow Jones; +33 (0) 1 41 27 47 94; jmarion@agefi.fr ed: VLV Agefi-Dow Jones The financial newswire
waldron
10/12/2018
17:38
Monday 10 December 2018 More graphics of the GTT Stock Exchange PARIS (Agefi-Dow Jones) - The cryogenic membrane manufacturer for the transport of liquefied natural gas Gaztransport & Technigaz (TWG) said Monday it has received an order from a "Korean yard" for the design of LNG tanks (liquefied natural gas) of two new LNG carriers. The vessels, with a capacity of 174,000 m3 and built on behalf of a European shipowner, are to be delivered in the first half of 2021. They will be equipped with tanks using the Mark III Flex membrane containment solution developed by GTT, indicated the group in a statement. -François Berthon, Agefi-Dow Jones; +33 1 41 27 47 93; fberthon@agefi.fr ed: LBO Agefi-Dow Jones The financial newswire (END) Dow Jones Newswires December 10, 2018 12:05 ET (17:05 GMT)
the grumpy old men
10/12/2018
17:08
Total 47.34 -1.71% Engie 11.99 -1.11% Orange 14.495 -1.13% FTSE 100 6,721.54 -0.83% Dow Jones 23,953.7 -1.78% CAC 40 4,742.38 -1.47% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 60.90 -1.25% Gasoline NYMEX 1.45 -2.67% Natural Gas NYMEX 4.51 +0.56% WTI - 10/12 17:43:07 51.54 USD -1.66% BP 509.1 -1.11% Shell A 2,317 -1.09% Shell B 2,327 -1.61%
waldron
07/12/2018
17:11
Total 48.165 +1.65% Engie 12.125 +0.37% Orange 14.66 +0.86% FTSE 100 6,789.74 +1.28% Dow Jones 24,545.28 -1.61% CAC 40 4,813.13 +0.68% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 62.82 +4.60% Gasoline NYMEX 1.50 +4.61% Natural Gas NYMEX 4.49 +3.84% WTI (WTI) - 07/12 17:48:49 53.71 USD +4.33% BP 514.8 +2.28% Shell A 2,342.5 +2.97% Shell B 2,365 +2.76%
waldron
07/12/2018
15:31
Today: Friday 7 December 2018 More charts of the Engie Eur1 Stock Exchange François Schott, Agefi-Dow Jones PARIS (Agefi-Dow Jones) - The arrival of activists is a strong signal for Suez shareholders. The entry of the Amber fund into the capital of the group of water and waste management, revealed this Friday by the Agefi, illustrates the aspirations to the change of the investors whereas the group must renew in 2019 its leaders and remains a potential target redemption. Amber holds just over 1% of the capital, a position acquired in part by the earnings warning of January 2018, which caused the Suez share price to fall by 16.77% in one sitting. The London fund, which has been tracking the issue for several years, wanted to take advantage of the undervaluation of the stock. But the prospect of a transfer of power at the head of Suez, and a possible buyout by Engie, could also explain the interest of Amber. The latter confirmed his participation, without giving more details about his intentions. Ten years after its IPO on the sidelines of the merger GDF-Suez, the group of environmental services is about to turn a page in 2019. Both reached by the age limit, President Gerard Mestrallet and its general manager Jean-Louis Chaussade must return their seat at the next general meeting. Investors hope that the arrival of a new team will give a second wind to the world number two in the management of water and waste, even if the candidates in the running are from the seraglio. A track lagging Veolia In stock market, the title struggles to follow the performance of his rival, Veolia. Over the last five years, Veolia's price has appreciated 60% while Suez has only gained 2%. The CAC 40 has at the same time appreciated by 16%. Suez has however recovered from the hair of the beast in recent months, thanks to good results. Over the first nine months of the year, its turnover grew by 15.8% at constant exchange rates, mainly thanks to the contribution of GE Water, the former subsidiary of industrial water management. General Electric acquired a year ago for 3.2 billion euros. The Water Technologies & Solutions division, of which it is the backbone, has posted organic growth of 6.8% since the beginning of the year, almost twice that of the group as a whole. "The new division is keeping all its promises and the synergies achieved are better than expected," said Jean-Louis Chaussade, Suez CEO. "There should be an acceleration of synergies with GE Water in 2019," said Thierry Leclercq, manager of Mandarine Gestion, who recently initiated a position on Suez. "The business is doing very well, with sales up 7% over nine months and an order book up 14%," notes the financial intermediary. A welcome breath of fresh air in the face of public water markets still subject to strong tariff pressure from municipalities, especially in Europe. The acquisition of GE Water strengthens Suez's presence in better-performing markets, particularly in the United States and China, and should lead to improved profitability of capital employed. Engie reflects on the future of his participation With the change of governance of Suez, there is also the question of a change in its shareholding. Engie, which owns 32% of the group, is considering the future of this stake valued at around 2.5 billion euros at the current price. In the event of a sale, "Veolia would be a good candidate for the buyout from Engie, even if it should certainly cede certain activities in France to obtain the green light from the competition authorities," said Thierry Leclercq. Engie could also launch a bid for Suez or maintain the status quo and continue to receive dividends with a return of 5% per annum. Speculative interest has not escaped investors. At the current price, Suez is trading at around 18.5 times the expected profits for the next twelve months against 14.3 times for Veolia. This gap is not justified by the only operational performance of Suez, but by the hope of seeing materialize, if not a buy-back, at least a new strategic impulse. -Francois Schott, Agefi-Dow Jones; +33 (0) 1 41 27 47 92; fschott@agefi.fr ed: ECH (Olivier Pinaud contributed to this article) Agefi-Dow Jones The financial newswire (END) Dow Jones Newswires
waldron
06/12/2018
17:09
Total 47.385 -2.91% Engie 12.08 -2.30% Orange 14.535 -1.72% FTSE 100 6,704.05 -3.15% Dow Jones 24,340.54 -2.74% CAC 40 4,780.46 -3.32% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 59.41 -3.49% Gasoline NYMEX 1.41 -2.75% Natural Gas NYMEX 4.34 -3.00% WTI (WTI) - 06/12 17:49:27 50.84 USD -3.46% BP 503.3 -4.50% Shell A 2,275 -4.45% Shell B 2,301.5 -4.54% WHAT A GREY DAY
waldron
06/12/2018
14:55
12/06/2018 | 02:40pm GMT By Cristina Roca Engie SA (ENGI.FR) said Thursday that it has acquired Compania Americana de Multiservicios, an electricity and telecommunications infrastructure services provider. CAM's 10,000 employees will be integrated into Engie's 4,800-employee Latin America unit, the French energy company said. The acquisition will strengthen Engie's customer-solutions services in Latin America and expand its access to a range of clients, the company said. The company didn't disclose any financial details. Write to Cristina Roca at cristina.roca@dowjones.com; @_cristinaroca
waldron
06/12/2018
09:19
Engie SA (ENGI.FR) said Thursday that it entered into a 50-year strategic alliance with Australia's Springfield City Group to turn the Greater Springfield area into a net zero-energy city. The French energy group will make investments in renewable-energy generation and storage infrastructure, district energy schemes, green mobility services, digital technology, energy efficiency initiatives and a research-and-innovation center under the alliance, Engie said. Springfield City Group is the master planner of the rapidly growing Greater Springfield region in Queensland, Australia. The two partners' aim with the alliance it to ensure the six suburbs that make up the Greater Springfield community generate more energy than they consumer by 2038, Engie said. Greater Springfield's working and residential population is forecast to triple over the next 20 years. Write to Patrick Costello at Patrick.Costello@dowjones.com. (END) Dow Jones Newswires December 06, 2018 03:57 ET (08:57 GMT)
adrian j boris
05/12/2018
17:06
Total 48.805 -1.39% Engie 12.365 +0.12% Orange 14.79 +0.41% FTSE 100 6,921.84 -1.44% Dow Jones 25,027.07 -3.10% CAC 40 4,944.37 -1.36% WTI (WTI) - 05/12 17:45:45 53.41 USD +1.19% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 62.32 +0.39% Gasoline NYMEX 1.46 +1.25% Natural Gas NYMEX 4.49 +0.74% BP 527 -1.86% Shell A 2,381 -1.45% Shell B 2,411 -2.07%
waldron
05/12/2018
07:30
05/12/2018 | 8:03 GTT has received an order from the Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) Korean shipyard for the design of the tanks of a new LNG tanker with a capacity of 174,000 m3 on behalf of the Greek shipowner Minerva. The tanks in this unit, used to transport LNG, will incorporate the Mark III Flex + membrane containment system developed by GTT, offering a guaranteed rate of evaporation of 0.07% V / day. Its delivery is scheduled for the first quarter of 2021. Philippe Berterottière, Chairman and CEO of GTT, said: "We are very pleased with the renewed confidence of our partner of excellence Samsung Heavy Industries as well as welcoming Minerva for its entry into the LNG industry this year. brings to five the number of LNG carriers equipped with this brand new technology ".
waldron
04/12/2018
17:05
Total 49.495 -0.64% Engie 12.35 -1.59% Orange 14.73 -1.64% WTI - 04/12 17:44:33 53.05 USD -0.34% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 62.21 +0.84% Gasoline NYMEX 1.45 +1.52% Natural Gas NYMEX 4.52 +4.26% FTSE 100 7,022.76 -0.56% Dow Jones 25,628.49 -0.77% CAC 40 5,012.66 -0.82% BP 537 +0.94% Shell A 2,416 +0.02% Shell B 2,462 +0.06%
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