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the grumpy old men: 31/08/2018 | 12:03 Paris (AFP) - Electrabel, a subsidiary of Engie in Belgium, announced Friday the postponement of more than two months of the restart of two reactors, currently under review, lowering the share price of Engie shares on the Paris Stock Exchange. Paris. The revision schedule for reactors 1 and 2 at the Doel plant near Antwerp "is prolonged and the unavailability was extended to Doel December 1 and December 31 at Doel 2", details a statement from Electrabel. They were both to restart "early October," told AFP a spokeswoman for the company. During their inspection, which is part of the ten-year extension of the life of these reactors, corrective measures must be carried out on one of the equipment forming part of the cooling system of the Doel 1 unit, and preventively these measures were extended to Doel 2, details Electrabel. "We estimate that the extension of the duration of unavailability of Doel 1 and Doel 2 will have a cost of about 100 million euros," said the spokeswoman. Currently only two of the seven Belgian nuclear reactors operated by the Engie subsidiary in Belgium are in operation. These are Tihange 1 and Doel 3. Tihange 2, Tihange 3 and Doel 4 are also under review with reboots scheduled between September 30 and December 15. Agefi-Dow Jones The financial newswire
waldron: Kocher says Engie re-positioning is complete 01/23/2018 By Diarmaid Williams International Digital Editor Engie chief Isabelle Kocher says the French firm’s concern is now with the scale of growth it can produce after declaring that the business’s ‘repositioning’ is now complete. Kocher has presided over the transformation of the company away from conventional and nuclear power technology to renewable energy. Isabelle Kocher Since 2014, ENGIE has operated a strategic shift, by reducing future exploration in fossil fuels and investing massively in green energies (solar, wind, geothermal, biomass, hydroelectric, and natural gas) and energy efficiency services, and this has accelerated under the guidance of the present chief executive. “It’s [now] more about the pace of growth,” said Ms Kocher, who took over the group in 2016. “Fundamentally we have done the most important part in terms of repositioning. And we have been extremely clear on the businesses we intend to make a difference on.” Financial Times reports that as part of her three-year plan that will run to the end of 2018, the company has cut costs, reduced its exposure to carbon-intensive industries and from markets most exposed to fluctuating prices. At the same time, it has increased its exposure to renewable energy, regulated markets and digital technologies. Since the start of 2016, Engie has sold or closed more than 10 GW out of 16 GW of coal production, brought 6 GW of renewable energy online and secured a further 6 GW. Low-carbon activities now represent more than 90 per cent of earnings before interest, taxation and amortisation, ahead of target, says the company. As part of its plan, Engie aimed to sell off €15bn of fossil fuel-focused assets between 2016 and 2018 and reinvest the proceeds in renewables and energy services. Following the sales of liquefied natural gas assets to Total for $1.5bn in November and of a coal plant in Australia in December for $800m, 90 per cent of those disposals are now complete The cash from the disposals has already mostly been spent or committed with the majority going towards internal growth, rather than large acquisitions. “I have been pushed, to be honest, to make big acquisitions because it was the traditional way,” said Ms Kocher. “It’s not a question of size, it’s more a question of really being able to bring something. The best way to create value is to really bring organic growth.” The market has also given Ms Kocher and Engie a vote of confidence on the new strategy: since the start of 2017, the share price has risen 19 per cent. Some analysts have told the FT that 2018 is a critical year, in terms of the success of the strategy. Vincent Gilles, analyst at Credit Suisse, said: “If this is a bad year, then you can put the blame on her. So far you could put the blame on exogenous factors and former management. This is the first year where you have the majority of assets which have either been brought in or shaped by Ms Kocher.” “The very important thing is that she has a lot of credit with the market . ;. . a lot of kudos in what she says. That is good and it gives her time, but not infinite time,” he added.
grupo guitarlumber: The decision by the State Council on Wednesday to repeal the decree of May 2013 laying down the procedure for fixing gas tariffs, which it considers contrary to European law, paves the way for The end of regulated prices on the French market, says Bryan Garnier. This will not happen in the immediate future however, says the consulting firm, because some elements of this regulation stem from a law of 2015, which can only be annulled by a decree of the government. Bryan Garnier points out that Engie (ENGI.FR) remains the main player with a market share of 76%, but the contribution of this segment to its operating profit is marginal, between 1.5% and 2% of the total EBITDA group. Beyond the distribution of gas, the analyst believes that the decision of the Council of State could inspire the gradual stoppage of regulated tariffs for electricity, a segment where Engie is experiencing rapid growth although it remains far from EDF, with about 9% of the market, compared with 85% for the incumbent. Bryan Garnier confirms his purchase advice on Engie, aiming at 15 euros per share. The share price 13.61 euros Thursday morning, little changed (+ 0.07%). ( ed: ECH
market master: ENGI - TEN BAGGER!!! On 13th June 2017, Energiser Investments announced it’s first investment, into Micro Self Storage. “Traditionally, self-storage facilities operate in the 40,000 sq ft upwards range and are positioned on the edge of large towns and cities, providing a self-storage service to a large catchment area. Micro Self Store will focus on micro facilities of 10,000 to 35,000 sq ft within dense urban centres such as London and on the edge of smaller towns where there is low or no competition from large operators. With the dramatic rise in the cost of residential space, the directors of Energiser believe there is strong demand for convenient, readily accessible and affordable flexible storage solutions for people who want to “self-store next door.” Well run self storagecompanies generate a lot of cash and the margins are very high. One of the major players, in the UK, is Big Yellow Storage. Their recent final results, for the year ended 31st March 2017 showed their EBITDA margin was 68.5% and occupancy rates were around 78%. We can expect similar margins in Micro Self Storage as it will be, “Technology driven, based on methods and processes perfected in the mature USA self-storage market. This will include digitised access to self-storage units and lockers, remote facility monitoring, and a focus on targeted digital marketing to drive sales. Digitisation will maximise customer experience and minimise the costs of operating a network of micro facilities.” Energiser will invest up to £0.6m to launch the platform and open the first facility. The objective is to grow a network of more than 20 facilities in the next three to five years. Dominic, the CEO made a comparison to the Gym Group, who operate smaller gyms and are more local. They have around 80 gyms and are doing very well. Performing some back of the envelope maths, if Energiser do manage to open 20 micro self storage units, with an average rental space of 15,000 square feet, at average occupancy level of 75% and rates at around £30 peer square foot. This is the figures you get: 15,000 square feet x 75% occupancy = 11,250 square feet. 11,250 x 20 storage units = 225,000 square feet of occupied space. 225,000 = £30 per square foot rental = £6,750,000 revenue per annum. At 50% EDITDA margin = £3,375,000. If you put this on a price earning ratio of 10 = £33,750,000. From where Engergiser is valued today, £2.32m, if they achieve the minimum of 20 micro self storge units, you could reasonably argue that, this could be a 10 bagger investment. 2. Management Energiser Investments have an impressive management team (who hold a fair chunk of shares) as I mentioned in my previous blog post and now they’ve added to that list by bringing Paul Fahey into the fold. Paul has founded and grown a number of successful self-storage businesses over the last 15 years. He sold Big Storage to a large listed UK operator in 2015 and continues to oversee Flexi Space (based in the north of England) and Easybox (seven facilities in Italy). He is a past President of the Federation of European Self Storage Associations (FEDESSA), is past Chairman and a current Director of the UK Self Storage Association, and is Chairman of Self Storage Performance Management International, a specialist funding and operations adviser to self-storage operators. Chief Executive, Dominic White, commented: “we’ve been looking at the traditional self-storage sector for some time, and have recognised the growth potential in this new sub-sector of the traditional market: micro self-storage. We’re excited to be one of the first investors in this market. With the benefit of Paul’s experience, the new platform’s management will implement international self-storage best-practice operations and highly digitised processes from the start.” Paul Fahey commented: “we expect this to be a fast growing segment within the wider self-storage category. With Energiser as the platform’s cornerstone investor and the new management team’s sector knowledge and operating experience, we expect to see the business grow rapidly”. 3. Market Cap As I mentioned in reason 1 above, the share price reacted negatively to Energiser’s first investment. This, I believe, was not due to the investment itself but more because of the the time frame of the investment. A lot of money invested on AIM is by traders who are notoriously impatient and are simply not prepared to wait longer than a month, in an attempt, to see a return on their money. Energiser stated, “The funding will be used to immediately launch Micro Self Store and open a micro self-storage facility in the first half of the next financial year”. If they do what they say they are going to do, then at a £2.32m market cap I see this as a great investment opportunity and the management have plenty of skin in the game to suggest, they also believe this to be the case.
the grumpy old men: 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,
grupo: TRANSLATION Published on 11/11/2016 at 13h49 ( - The action Engie that tumbled yesterday on its lowest levels, camping on my 11.80 euros this Friday, stable ... The group published results over 9 months without flavor and tightened in the Bottom of the range its forecasts 2016. Oddo is nevertheless to buy on the record aiming a course of 17,50 euros, talking about online publication. "The 2016 objectives are confirmed, but the risks on the nuclear supply increase the uncertainty of the short term," comments the broker who continues: "The recent rebound in market prices and the capacity mechanism in France benefit Engie but in a A small measure ... Engie's news flow is not a satisfactory catalyser in the short term, and the group has suffered a significant discount due to the risk of tightening monetary policy, "concludes Oddo. Raymond James, meanwhile, remains buying strong on the record, but adjusting his target price down to 13.90 euros ... Source of Concern Crédit Suisse slightly reduced its earnings per share projections on the record for 2016. However, its expectations for the following years remained unchanged ... For the consulting firm, the main source of uncertainty is Knowing when the current reorganization will begin to have an impact on turnover. From this point of view, he continues to believe that the growth of results will remain weak until the end of the decade, which explains his "neutral" recommendation, despite a target price of € 14.40 and a valuation that " It considers relatively low compared to that of its comparables on the basis of most commonly used metrics. A valuation that remains justified by the lack of visibility on the results of the reorganization. Having set a dividend level of 0.70 euro for both 2017 and 2018, however, provides strong support for the title ... In depth "Engie is in the process of transforming its business in depth, so we believe that the 2016 metrics do not necessarily reflect the growth potential for long-term investors," said Bryan Garnier, who recommends to his clients ... to buy the title by targeting 17 euros. Berenberg on the other hand has degraded the value of "buying" to "conserve", while reducing its target price from 16 to 13.50 euros. The broker does not anticipate any significant growth in EPS until 2019 despite a significant program of cost savings. The decline in share price shows that the market is not currently willing to pay for this distant growth in time. In the end, the broker judges the title properly valued ... Contrast The nine-month results of the group came out very contrasted, in a difficult context that weighs on revenues. The group saw its turnover decrease by -10.3% in organic data to 47.5 billion euros, while its Ebitda contracted by -2% to 7.7 billion. On the other hand, current operating profit rose by 6.6% on an organic basis to 4.4 billion euros. Cash flow from operations contracted by -8.3% to 6.8 billion euros. Finally, net debt declined by 1.9 billion euros to reach 25.8 billion euros at the end of September. Engie already realized 6.1 billionth of disposals, ie 41% of the target set for the end of 2018. The transformation plan began to produce its first effects, with a contribution estimated at 400 ME on EBITDA. The decline in activity is above all due to the drop in the price of conveniences and temperatures in France less cold than the same period of the previous year. Fork stockings The energy company aims at a recurring net profit at the bottom of the previously announced range, 2.4 to 2.7 MdsE, on the basis of an indicative EBITDA range of 10.8 to 11.4 MdsE (also awaited Down forecast). The current consensus is positioned at 10.85 billionth of EBITDA, already at the bottom of the range, and recurring profit at 2.5 MdsE (14 analysts, Bloomberg). The net debt to EBITDA ratio will be less than or equal to 2.5 times at the end of the year. A cash dividend of € 1 per share will be proposed. Finally, the group is determined to keep its rating in category "A" ...
ariane: Friday, November 4, 2016 Oil prices settled at a six-week low on Thursday following several consecutive days of large price declines. The major catalysts this week were doubts over an OPEC deal and EIA data showing a record build up in crude oil stocks. The EIA said Wednesday that U.S. oil inventories rose by 14.4 million barrels last week, the largest gain in a single week since data collection began in the early 1980s. WTI plunged below $45 per barrel on the news and the five consecutive days of losses was the longest streak since June. The data could be misleading, however. The huge buildup in inventories came largely because weekly imports spiked. Imports rose by about 2 million barrels per day last week after several weeks of hovering at below-average levels. The import spike was partially affected by bad weather, including a hurricane, and could be an anomaly. If that is the case, crude stocks probably won’t gain at similar rates in the weeks ahead. Still, sentiment is negative after such a down week. "The persistent market dynamic of softer demand and stronger supply will become a more dominant driver of prices as the impact of OPEC's verbal interventions begins to fade and expectations for coordinated cuts are readjusted," BMI Research said in a note to clients. OPEC deal probable, Citi says. Saudi Arabia and Russia are “hungry for an agreement,” Ed Morse, the head of commodity research at Citigroup, said this week. That means that OPEC and several non-OPEC countries will probably reach a deal at the end of the month to cut oil production. "We’re expecting the parties that need to do something to boost prices to be serious about deciding something," Morse said. For its part, OPEC said it was “deeply optimistic” this week that they would reach a deal. Oil prices to stay below $60 per barrel in 2017. A Wall Street Journal survey of 14 investment banks predicts that oil prices will not rise above $60 per barrel for another year. The average forecast of the 14 respondents puts Brent oil prices at $56 per barrel in 2017 and WTI at $54. Those figures are down $1 per barrel from last month’s survey, and stand in stark contrast to forecasts from a year ago, which predicted oil to move above $70 per barrel this year. Colonial Pipeline still closed. The largest pipeline ferrying gasoline around the U.S. has been closed since Monday due to an explosion. The Colonial Pipeline carries gasoline from the Gulf Cost to the Southeast and Northeast U.S., and its closure has led to a spike in gasoline futures. On Tuesday, gasoline futures spiked as much as 15 percent, the largest single day increase in nearly a decade, according to the WSJ. The pipeline’s operator had hoped to have it back up and running by this weekend but a small fire continued to burn as late as Thursday. Nearly two months ago, the pipeline was shut after a leak, a short outage that also led to higher gasoline prices in regional markets. The WSJ reports that more than 60 percent of U.S. fuel pipelines are more than 46 years old, posing questions around the integrity of some of the nation’s largest oil and gas conduits. Attacks in Nigeria continue. Sabotage by the Niger Delta Avengers and other militant groups against oil infrastructure continue to pick up pace. The latest attack hit a flow station along Royal Dutch Shell’s (NYSE: RDS.A) Trans Forcados pipeline. In a statement the Niger Delta Avengers said that its attack was to warn oil companies that “there should be no repairs [to pipelines] pending negotiation/dialogue with the people of the Niger Delta.” U.S. intelligence officials told CNBC that the worrying thing for Nigeria is that Niger Delta militants could splinter, leading to ongoing attacks under no coherent umbrella, making them more difficult to control. Nigeria’s oil production recently rose to 1.9 million barrels per day but the attacks threaten to derail more gains. North Sea oil production set to jump. Oil shipments from the aging North Sea could rise by 360,000 barrels per day between September and December of this year, taking output for the region up to 2.16 million barrels per day. The buildup of tankers in the North Sea is starting to clear, adding to the global surplus of supply and complicating the effects of a potential OPEC agreement on oil prices. Solar stocks plunge on glut of panels. First Solar (NASDAQ: FSLR) saw its share price fall by 18 percent on Thursday, taking it multiyear lows, after it missed revenues and pointed to a global glut in solar panels. Prices for panels have declined 30 percent in large part due to a slowdown in demand from China, First Solar said. U.S. presidential election poses market uncertainty. The S&P 500 has suffered a string of losses lately, which many attribute to jitters over uncertainty regarding the outcome of next week’s election. The markets seem to prefer Hillary Clinton over the uncertainty of Donald Trump, and indices have sunk as the campaign has tightened in recent days. In our Numbers Report, we take a look at some of the most important metrics and indicators in the world of energy from the past week. Find out more by clicking here. Thanks for reading and we’ll see you next week. Best Regards, Evan Kelly Editor, P.S. – Natural gas is approaching a situation in which all factors point to a rebound, but oil trader Martin Tillier points at the markets’ tendency to overshoot. Martin warns that buyers should hold off a bit longer before scooping up natural gas futures. Find out where the real reversal for NatGas is taking place by claiming your risk-free 30 day trial on Oil and Energy Insider
waldron: Engie Share News (ENGI) Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Engie EU:ENGI Euronext Ordinary Share Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade -0.625 € -4.31% 13.865 € 13.855 € 13.865 € 14.38 € 13.82 € 14.35 € 6,440,807 17:36:30 Print Alert Engie SA Earnings: What to Watch 23/02/2016 7:08pm Dow Jones News Engie (EU:ENGI) Intraday Stock Chart Today : Tuesday 23 February 2016 Click Here for more Engie Charts. By Inti Landauro PARIS--French power utility Engie SA reports full-year earnings at 05:45 GMT on Thursday. Here is what will be in focus: -- EARNINGS FORECAST: Analysts polled by FactSet expect an average net profit of EUR2.47 billion ($2.72 billion) compared with a net profit of EUR2.4 billion in 2014. The company has said it expected a net profit between EUR2.75 billion and EUR3.05 billion three months ago. -- REVENUE FORECAST: Engie is expected to book revenue worth EUR72.64 billion, according to a FactSet analyst survey, down from EUR74.69 billion in 2014. WHAT TO WATCH: -- ASSET SALES: Engie's Chief Executive Gerard Mestrallet has said the company plans to sell assets exposed to energy spot prices to focus on businesses with regulated prices, services and renewable power generation. -- MANAGEMENT CHANGE: Gerard Mestrallet is due to step down as CEO in the coming months and be replaced by Chief Operating Officer Isabelle Kocher. He may remain in the company as nonexecutive chairman of the board. -- COST CUTTING: Engie is likely to announce further cost-cutting rounds to improve profitability. Analysts and investors will also pay attention to the dividend to be announced. Write to Inti Landauro at (END) Dow Jones Newswires February 23, 2016 13:53 ET (18:53 GMT) Copyright (c) 2016 Dow Jones & Company, Inc. 1 Year Engie Chart 1 Year Engie Chart 1 Month Engie Chart 1 Month Engie Chart
the_alchemist: posted by me on Eirx bb: posted today on ERX web site today by our Chairman John Pool: "Eirx Therapeutics PLC Good morning, Whilst there are only two of us left in the company with no resource, we fight on. We are trying to finalise agreements with two major entities which have options on our IP and the case against the Bank of Scotland should after three years of effort get to court in the next few weeks, with a good chance of us winning. We are also in discussion with two investment funds re the possibility of achieving the funding but August is the month of total inactivity for other and larger organisations. I am trying to keep the very amateur but little cost web site up to date, on so if you are able to advise others please could you direct them accordingly" I do like the optimistic note about the possibilty of winning the Court case ! If substantial costs come in from this and by my reckoning we are not talking tens or even hundreds of thousands of pounds but multiple million pound amounts then this money , together with the subscription funds raised will help ERX new entity relist with capital for acquistions .This will be a wonderful testament to the resolve of our BOD and a vindication against the highly unethical banking practice of the BOS.i cannot see this all happening within a shorter period of say 3-4 months. ? in time for a very happy new year 2013.I do expect some sort of update in the next month or so. the_alchemist should also have implications for ENGI share price .ENGI hold 12.5 % of EiRX currently at nil value on the books . I wonder what EiRX returning with a £30 million plus valuation (purely a guess on my part ) would do to ENGI share price ?
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