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Energiser Investments Plc LSE:ENGI London Ordinary Share GB00B06CZD75 ORD 0.1P
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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/11/2021
07:52
Engie: Morgan Stanley remains overweight with a target raised from 17 to 18 EUR.
waldron
12/11/2021
06:03
Goldman Sachs is positive and recommends the stock to buy. The price target is revised upwards from 16.00 EUR to 17.10 EUR.
waldron
11/11/2021
18:03
Engie: the stock in the green, a broker raises its target 11/11/2021 | 16:38 Engie rose by more than 1% in Paris, benefiting in particular from an analysis by Oddo BHF, which maintained its 'outperformance' rating on the stock, with a price target raised from 16 to 17 euros. As a result, Oddo in turn revises its forecasts and now expects a 2021 EBITDA of 11 trillion (vs. 10.4 trillion), an EBIT of 6.3 trillion (vs. 5.7 trillion) and an RN of 3.1 trillion (vs. 2.6 trillion). And these increases in objectives could continue on the occasion of the publication of the annual results on February 15 with the taking into account of the new market prices captured by the group.
waldron
11/11/2021
06:54
Engie Colombia, the local subsidiary of French developer Engie, has inked an agreement to acquire a 76MW solar park in the country, marking its entrance into Colombia’s renewable market
gibbs1
10/11/2021
19:33
Engie Nears Deal to Buy Spanish Renewables Producer Eolia Francois de Beaupuy and Dinesh Nair, Bloomberg News (Bloomberg) -- A consortium led by French utility Engie SA is nearing a deal to acquire Eolia Renovables de Inversiones SCR SA, a Spanish renewable power producer owned by Alberta Investment Management Corp., said people with knowledge of the matter. An agreement is set to be announced as soon as Wednesday, the people said, asking not to be identified because the information is private. The sale price could be above 2 billion euros ($2.3 billion), local media including the Expansion newspaper have reported. A representative for Engie declined to comment, while spokespeople for AIMCo. and Eolia didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment. Demand for renewable energy assets has soared in recent years, with infrastructure funds and strategic investors spending billions of dollars to gain exposure to the sector as governments promote low-carbon energy and crack down on fossil fuels to fight global warming. The value of deals involving alternative energy companies has more than doubled this year to an annual record of $92 billion, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Eolia develops, builds and operates wind farms and solar photovoltaic plants, with a portfolio of 824 megawatts in Spain, according to the company’s website. The acquisition fits Engie’s strategy of accelerating in renewables, and energy infrastructure such as district heating and electric-car charging networks. The transaction will also reinforce its presence in Spain, where Engie and financial partners bought a portfolio of hydropower assets from EDP-Energias de Portugal SA for 2.21 billion euros last year. To help fund its priorities, Engie announced last week that it that it agreed to sell its energy-services business Equans for 7.1 billion euros to French construction conglomerate Bouygues SA. The power and gas utility already sold most of its holding in French water company Suez SA a year ago, and an interest in its French gas-transmission network in July. Separately, Engie raised its guidance for full-year revenue and profit on Wednesday, citing a strong operational performance and “external tailwinds” amid a surge in gas and power prices. “We have maintained our focus on robust operational performance, notably for our nuclear generation, we have increased production from renewables, and recovered significantly from last year’s Covid impacts,” Chief Executive Officer Catherine MacGregor said in a the statement. (Updates with details of Eolia’s operations in sixth paragraph.)
grupo guitarlumber
08/11/2021
23:15
Bouygues buys Engie Regeneration in Equans deal Aaron Morby 56 mins ago French construction conglomerate Bouygues has bought the Equans services arm of fellow French-owned energy giant Engie for €7.1bn. The Equans operations will be combined with Bouygues’ Energy and Services (E&S) division. Both operate substantial businesses in the UK paving the way for the creation of a major energy services operation employing over 16,000 staff. The multi-technical services sector notably covers electrical engineering, HVAC, refrigeration, mechanical engineering, robotics, digital, telecoms networks and facilities management. It is a strong growth potential market, forecast to grow by between 3%-4% over the next five years. In the UK and Ireland, the rebranded Engie Services business is presently the larger of the two operations enjoying revenue of over £2bn. Equans’ activities cover a host of areas from technical services, facilities management, construction and regeneration and renewables, employing 13,500 staff – a significant part of the overall new global operation. Engie Regeneration, which original came from the former Keepmoat business, turned over £623m last year, but booked significant losses of £77m blaming the pandemic and discontinued businesses. The firm employs 2,800 staff. Bouygues E&S Solutions is a smaller UK operation employing around 2,700 staff with revenue of £250m. Martin Bouygues, Chairman of Bouygues, said: “The signing of a purchase agreement with Engie to acquire Equans is very good news. “It paves the way for us to create a new global leader in multi-technical services, with strong roots in France. We will extend a warm welcome to the 74,000 Equans employees, who will be joining a group with a reputation for strong ethical values and high-quality labour relations. ” Aaron Morby Written by Aaron Morby 56 mins ago aaron.morby@constructionenquirer.com always off the record
waldron
04/11/2021
11:46
worldoil.com Nord Stream 2 may take months to untangle European red tape By Patrick Donahue and Dina Khrennikova on 11/4/2021 (Bloomberg) --Russia’s Nord Stream 2 may need a few more months to clear remaining red tape before the controversial pipeline begins pumping natural gas to Germany to help ease Europe’s energy crunch. The Baltic Sea project -- which has raised concerns over the Kremlin’s control of energy supplies to the continent, including among Germany’s Greens -- is complete and awaiting certification from national and European Union authorities. Russian President Vladimir Putin has pledged to step up gas supply, and has said Nord Stream 2 can be activated “the day after” regulatory sign-off. However, the pipeline might not be approved until May if regulators use all the time they’re allowed. Whether the bureaucrats would be willing to accelerate the process if Europe’s energy woes intensify remains to be seen. Soaring energy prices coupled with below-capacity deliveries in recent weeks have prompted accusations from European officials that Russia is curbing supply to pile pressure on authorities to grant certification for the new link. The political dial is unlikely to move much. The German government under outgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel has been steadfast in its support for the project over the objections of the U.S. and some European Union partners, as well as Russia’s neighbor Ukraine. With Olaf Scholz, a Social Democrat whose party has firmly backed the pipeline, seeking to form a new government to succeed her, a shift in policy is not on the horizon. Still, the Greens, the second-largest political force negotiating for a coalition, have long opposed the project. Co-leader Robert Habeck, who will play a leading role in any new government, on Wednesday reinforced the party’s calls for the pipeline to adhere to EU rules and accused Russia of using the project as a tool for blackmail. “If you ask me if Nord Stream 2 should be allowed to go online, I would say only if all European rules are adhered to,” Habeck said in an interview with Deutschlandfunk radio. “I wouldn’t see that as being the case right now and would doubt that.” Here’s a look at what to expect: German Approval Germany’s Federal Network Agency has until Jan. 8 to issue a draft decision on certification, the end of a four-month window after the paperwork was submitted to German authorities. Approval appears to be a foregone conclusion after the Economy Ministry in Berlin issued an assessment last month saying that Nord Stream 2 poses no risk to the energy supply of Germany and the EU. EU Finding The draft decision will then be handed over to the European Commission for review, particularly on whether the pipeline meets EU rules stipulating that the gas-transport business is separate from production and sales -- a process known as unbundling. A group of senior European Parliament lawmakers wrote a letter to EU Energy Commissioner Kadri Simson last month warning that Nord Stream 2 doesn’t conform with unbundling requirements. They called for a “clear and robust” adherence to European energy rules, a point echoed by the German Greens’ Habeck. But the Commission’s finding isn’t binding, limiting the scope to halt the project. More likely is a delay. The EU has two months to reach a conclusion, which can be extended for another two months. Only then can Germany’s regulator grant certification -- potentially putting Nord Stream 2’s starting date well into next year. “If the German regulator allows supplies tomorrow, deliveries will begin the day after tomorrow,” Putin said in Sochi last month. Political Backing Opposition to the pipeline, particularly among eastern EU member states such as Poland, remains strong, and the government in Warsaw last month called on the Commission to launch a probe into possible market manipulation by Nord Stream 2 owner Gazprom PJSC. The EU executive arm said it’s quizzing gas producers and suppliers as it examines “all allegations of possible anti-competitive conduct” to check whether current price increases are related to antitrust breaches. A political demise of the project is all but ruled out. Merkel agreed in a declaration with the U.S. that Germany will take action if Putin weaponizes energy, but there is little intention in Berlin to shut down the pipeline. Scholz is holding talks to form a government with the Greens and pro-business Free Democrats, both of which were outspoken opponents of Nord Stream 2 on the campaign trail. But as the largest party in the government, the SPD would almost certainly block any language in a coalition accord that would endanger the project.
ariane
03/11/2021
19:29
Nord Stream 2 Too Late To Alleviate Europe's Winter Gas Crunch By Tsvetana Paraskova - Nov 03, 2021, 1:30 PM CDT The controversial Russia-led natural gas pipeline Nord Stream 2 will likely get approval from German and EU regulators, but this approval could also likely come too late to ease the gas shortages in Europe this winter season. German authorities have signaled that they would certify the pipeline, which is completed and awaits an operational license from Germany. But the German authorization, expected no later than January 8, 2022, will then need a review of the European Commission, which is non-binding but has to find whether the pipeline and its operation complies with EU rules. The EU has two months to decide and another two months to stall a decision, which could push the first actual gas flows on Nord Stream 2 to well beyond the winter season in Europe, to May 8, Bloomberg's Patrick Donahue notes. Some analysts and EU member states such as Poland accuse Russia of using gas and energy as a weapon to continue exerting influence on the European gas market. The Kremlin, Vladimir Putin, and all Russian officials deny those accusations. Russia signaled last week it would start filling European storage sites once Gazprom completes the filling of the Russian storage. But Moscow also says that an immediate boost to supply for European customers would come as soon as German authorities approve the controversial Nord Stream 2 pipeline. Putin told Gazprom's CEO, Alexei Miller, last week that as soon as the Russian gas giant completes filling Russia's underground storage by or on November 8, "I would like you to start consistent and planned work on increasing the amount of gas in your underground depots in Europe – in Austria and Germany," per the English translation on the Kremlin website. Putin's apparent promises of more supply sank natural gas prices at the end of last week. Early this week, however, natural gas prices at the key European and UK hubs surged again on Monday, after gas flows on the Yamal-Europe pipeline from Russia reversed the direction eastward instead of westward through Germany. By Tsvetana Paraskova for Oilprice.com More Top Reads From Oilprice.com:
waldron
03/11/2021
10:47
ENGIE : Deutsche Bank sticks Neutral 11/02/2021 | 01:22pm GMT In a research note published by James Brand, Deutsche Bank gives a Neutral rating to the stock. The target price has been raised to EUR 13.50 from EUR 13.
waldron
03/11/2021
08:57
Engie plots Chilean wind farm Published 03 November 2021 Last Updated 03 Nov 2021 03:49 Tags Renewables Latin America Carmen Arroyo Nieto Engie Energia Chile has begun the permitting process for a 173.6MW wind farm in the Chilean region of Los Lagos
adrian j boris
03/11/2021
07:44
Nord Stream 2 Is Still Months From Easing Europe’s Gas Woes Patrick Donahue, Bloomberg News (Bloomberg) -- Russia’s Nord Stream 2 may need a few more months to clear remaining red tape before the controversial pipeline begins pumping natural gas to Germany to help ease Europe’s energy crunch. The Baltic Sea project, which has raised concerns over the Kremlin’s control of energy supplies to the continent, is complete and awaiting certification from German authorities. Russian President Vladimir Putin has pledged to step up gas supply -- and said Nord Stream 2 can be activated “the day after” regulatory sign-off. However, the pipeline might not be approved until May 8 if regulators use all the time they’re allowed. Whether the bureaucrats would be willing to accelerate the process if Europe’s energy woes intensify remains to be seen. Soaring energy prices coupled with below-capacity deliveries in recent weeks have prompted accusations from European officials that Russia is curbing supply to pile pressure on authorities to grant certification for the new link. The political dial is unlikely to move. The German government under outgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel has been steadfast in its support for the project over the objections of the U.S. and some European Union partners, as well as Russia’s neighbor Ukraine. With Olaf Scholz, a Social Democrat whose party has firmly backed the pipeline, seeking to form a new government to succeed her, a shift in policy is unlikely. Here’s a look at what to expect: German Approval Germany’s Federal Network Agency has until Jan. 8 to issue a draft decision on certification, the end of a four-month window after the paperwork was submitted to German authorities. Approval appears to be a foregone conclusion after the Economy Ministry in Berlin issued an assessment last month saying that Nord Stream 2 poses no risk to the energy supply of Germany and the EU. EU Finding The draft decision will then be handed over to the European Commission for review, particularly on whether the pipeline meets EU rules stipulating that the gas-transport business is separate from production and sales -- a process known as unbundling. A group of senior European Parliament lawmakers wrote a letter to EU Energy Commissioner Kadri Simson last month warning that Nord Stream 2 doesn’t conform with unbundling requirements. They called for a “clear and robust” adherence to European energy rules. But the Commission’s finding isn’t binding, limiting the scope to halt the project. More likely is a delay. The EU has two months to reach a conclusion, which can be extended for another two months. Only then can Germany’s regulator grant certification -- potentially putting Nord Stream 2’s starting date well into next year. “If the German regulator allows supplies tomorrow, deliveries will begin the day after tomorrow,” Putin said in Sochi last month. Political Backing Opposition to the pipeline, particularly among eastern EU member states such as Poland, remains strong, and the government in Warsaw last month called on the Commission to launch a probe into possible market manipulation by Nord Stream 2 owner Gazprom PJSC. The EU executive arm said it’s quizzing gas producers and suppliers as it examines “all allegations of possible anti-competitive conduct” to check whether current price increases are related to antitrust breaches. A political demise of the project is all but ruled out. Merkel agreed in a declaration with the U.S. that Germany will take action if Putin weaponizes energy, but there is little intention in Berlin to shut down the pipeline. Scholz is holding talks to form a government with the Greens and pro-business Free Democrats, both of which were outspoken opponents of Nord Stream 2 on the campaign trail. But as the largest party in the government, the SPD would almost certainly block any language in a coalition accord that would endanger the project.
waldron
25/10/2021
14:53
25 Oct, 15:21 Nord Stream 2 certification requires legitimacy for exploitation, says German ambassador The construction of Nord Stream 2 was fully completed on September 10 YEKATERINBURG, October 25. /TASS/. The Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline should be certified legitimately for its acceptance into service, German Ambassador to Russia Geza Andreas von Geyr told reporters. "As far as I know, from the technical viewpoint the construction of Nord Stream 2 has been completed, and it is ready for being accepted into service, with the certification issue currently relevant. The certification should be legitimate and clean, once the procedure is passed the acceptance of Nord Stream 2 into service may be under consideration," he said when asked when the German regulator will allow supplies via Nord Stream. The construction of Nord Stream 2 was fully completed on September 10. Before pumping can commence, the operator of the project should submit certificates of technical norms conformance to the Stralsund mining authority. It should also be registered as an independent transport operator - the Federal grid agency is to issue certification by January 8, 2022. The agency cannot prohibit gas pumping, but if it starts before the registration is finalized the operator will be fined. This registration is obligatory for meeting the norms of the EU Gas Directive.
waldron
25/10/2021
10:36
(MT Newswires) -- Veolia (VIE.PA), together with a consortium of investors, on Oct. 22 entered a purchase agreement for the acquisition of Suez (SEV.PA) at 20.5 euros ($23.88) per share, following a put option deal in June. Under the deal, the new Suez company would generate roughly 7 billion euros in revenue. Meanwhile, shareholders of the new Suez will include investment funds GIP and Meridiam with a 40% stake each, as well as Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations Group holding a 20% stake. The board of Suez authorized the signing of the purchase agreement on Oct. 21, based on the report from Finexsi as an independent expert. Completion of the deal is expected to occur at the end of January 2022, subject to customary closing conditions, including the settlement and delivery of Veolia's tender offer for Suez shares.
ariane
24/10/2021
15:47
Upcoming events on ENGIE november/10/2021 Q3 2021 Earnings Release
grupo guitarlumber
24/10/2021
14:52
Nord Stream 2 can be launched without certification procedure Source : 112 Ukraine In particular, high gas prices and the beginning of the heating season may push the European Union to such a decision. 14:12, 24 October 2021 112 Agency Adviser to the Minister of Energy of Ukraine Olena Zerkal stated the risk of launching the Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline without a certification procedure, taking into account the situation on the European energy market. This was discussed in an interview with Zerkal, Radio Liberty reports. In particular, high gas prices and the beginning of the heating season may push the European Union to such a decision. "There is such a risk. If no other options for solving this crisis are proposed, maybe they will take a risk.There will be a G20 meeting at the end of next week. They will also discuss how countries will overcome this energy challenge. Because Russia always takes advantage of crisis situations. And this perfect storm, which we now see, is used very well by Putin," Zerkal said. According to her, the profits of the Russian state concern Gazprom in the first half of the year amounted to more than 10 billion. It became known earlier that the first string of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline is filled with technical gas and is ready for operation.
grupo guitarlumber
23/10/2021
11:55
Https://www.cnbc.com/2021/10/22/german-regulator-in-touch-with-nord-stream-2-over-certification-issues.html
adrian j boris
23/10/2021
04:12
In a research note, UBS analyst Sam Arie maintained his recommendation on the stock and advises Buy. The price target is changed upwards from 15.00 EUR to 15.50 EUR.
grupo guitarlumber
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