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ENGI Energiser Investments Plc

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Veolia, Waga Energy, Engie to Collaborate for Development of France's Renewable Natural Gas Industry

May 29, 2024 at 05:57 am

(MT Newswires) -- Veolia Environnement (VIE.PA), Waga Energy (WAGA.PA) and Engie (ENGI.PA) are collaborating to further develop the renewable natural gas, or RNG, industry in France, according to a Tuesday news release.

The trio have been working together under the longest biomethane purchase agreement ever signed in France. Under the deal, the biomethane producer Waga sells to independent power producer Engie the RNG from resource management group Veolia's Val Pôle facility in the Claye-Souilly commune in France.

The agreement allows Engie to market unsubsidized RNG to its customers. According to Veolia, the commissioning of its facility also helps reduce carbon dioxide emissions.

Engie Chile hikes 2024 capex estimate, rules out coal-fired plant biomass conversion project

Bnamericas Published: Thursday, May 16, 2024

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Engie Chile hikes 2024 capex estimate, rules out coal-fired plant biomass conversion project

Chilean power generator Engie has increased its 2024 capex estimate to US$555mn, up from an earlier forecast of US$530mn.

Forecast outlay for this year corresponding to renewables and battery energy storage, or BESS, systems is now US$235mn and US$170m, respectively.

Earlier in the year, the generator estimated renewables/BESS capex of US$380mn, relating to the under-construction Lomas de Taltal wind park (342MW, US$468mn) and to the BESS Tamaya (68MW, US$128mn) and BESS Capricornio (48MW, US$76mn) storage projects.

The US$25mn upward renewables/BESS revision reflects the recently announced 116MW BESS Tocopilla project, which is due online in 4Q25 and will ramp up the company’s installed energy storage capacity to 371MW.

With a price tag of US$180mn, BESS Tocopilla is being built at Engie’s former Tocopilla thermoelectric complex, taken offline in September 2022.

“One of the reasons we’re building storage, BESS, at existing sites, is of course, there are synergies,” Engie Chile CFO Eduardo Milligan said. "That's why, today, we’re building BESS first in all our existing sites."

Citing the Tamaya and Capricornio battery systems, installed at company solar PV parks, he underscored the benefits in terms of reducing curtailment, a situation impacting multiple renewables generators. "Adding batteries in this context makes a lot of sense, because we’re able to charge these batteries during the day and to use them during non-solar hours when spot prices are not set by renewables but are set by thermal power plants like natural gas or coal."

Engie has 574MW of renewables/BESS capacity under construction, which will boost its clean energy park to 1.5GW. The company has 584MW of further capacity – wind, solar and battery storage – in the development phase.

Engie is looking to expand its generation footprint in the center-south part of the country, which tends to have a different wind generation profile compared with the north.

The investment outlook hinges on successful monetization of around US$333mn of receivables owed under an end-user price stabilization mechanism, the call was told.

In 2026, Engie expects to have, overall, 3.1GW of installed capacity, with renewables/BESS accounting for 66% and natural gas the balance.


The company has sought the green light from national energy commission CNE to take the Andina (CTA) and Hornitos (CTH) units at its CTM complex, for a combined 350MW, offline by end-2025. This would result in Engie fully exiting the coal-fired generation segment. Fellow generator Enel has exited coal and AES Andes is working to achieve this by the end of 2027 at the latest.

CNE has authorized Engie to retire two other CTM units, for a combined 334MW, and convert its 377MW IEM plant to natural gas, a project due to be carried out in 2026, the company’s 1Q24 results call heard.


Engie has also been given the environmental nod to convert units CTA and CTH to biomass. That was an original plan, from 2019.

Milligan said, however, biomass conversion was not viable.

"The biomass market is not sufficiently developed to reconvert both units to biomass now; this is why what we have today in our pipeline is to disconnect them in coal mode, and to continue evaluating other alternatives for them,” Milligan said.

"We might keep them mothballed; we will continue keeping them, let's say, under maintenance with limited capex per year until we find other options for them, which could be conversion to other technology, which could be to provide ancillary services to the system, or if we don't find any alternatives for them after some years, we will completely disconnect them."

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ENGIE FY 2023 results

Another year of strong growth in results underpinned by successful execution of our strategy

Proposed dividend of €1.43 per share for 2023

Robust medium-term outlook 2024 – 2026

Latest Dividends

Summary Previous dividend Next dividend

Status Paid Declared

Type Final Final

Per share 140¢ 80.5¢PLUS SPECIAL DIVI

Declaration date 24 Feb 2023 (Fri) 22 Feb 2024 (Thu)

Ex-div date 28 Apr 2023 (Fri) 02 May 2024 (Thu)

Pay date 03 May 2023 (Wed) 06 May 2024 (Mon)

ENGIE : Deutsche Bank keeps its Buy rating

April 15, 2024 at 05:42 am EDT

James Brand from Deutsche Bank retains his positive opinion on the stock with a Buy rating.

The target price has been raised to EUR 16.50 from EUR 16.00.

Latest Dividends

Summary Previous dividend Next dividend

Status Paid Declared

Type Final Final

Per share 140¢ 80.5¢

Declaration date 24 Feb 2023 (Fri) 22 Feb 2024 (Thu)

Ex-div date 28 Apr 2023 (Fri) 02 May 2024 (Thu)

Pay date 03 May 2023 (Wed) 06 May 2024 (Mon)

Euronext Paris 11:35:08 2024-03-01 am EST

After market 12:24:37 pm

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Euronext Paris 05:45:39 2024-02-28 am EST

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Engie raises targets for 2024
February 22, 2024 at 03:20 am EST

On the occasion of the publication of its 2023 results, Engie has raised its targets for 2024, now aiming for recurring net income, group share, of between 4.2 and 4.8 billion euros, and EBIT excluding nuclear power of between 7.5 and 8.5 billion.

For the year just ended, the energy group posted recurring net income, group share of 5.4 billion euros and EBIT excluding nuclear power of 9.5 billion, representing organic growth of 2.7% and 18.3% respectively.

These results testify to the progress we have made in executing our strategy, and confirm our ability to evolve in a volatile energy market environment", comments CEO Catherine MacGregor.

For 2023, the Board of Directors proposes to distribute 65% of the Group's recurring net income, representing a dividend of 1.43 euros per share. This proposal will be submitted to the AGM on April 30.

Euronext Paris 11:35:04 2023-12-08 am EST


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Tax rulings

Engie absolved of paying €120 million in taxes to Luxembourg

The European Commission was wrong in saying that Luxembourg had granted illegal state aid through tax rulings in favour of the French energy company, the European Court of Justice has ruled

The European Court of Justice in Luxembourg said that the Europe Commission had made errors in its various analyses of the reference frameworks defining Luxembourg’s normal tax system

The European Court of Justice on Tuesday upheld appeals lodged by French company Engie and Luxembourg in a case brought against them by the European Commission. The commission argued in June 2018 that Luxembourg had granted the Engie group unlawful state aid through tax rulings relating to restructuring operations in the Grand Duchy.

Initially, the General Court of the European Union (in effect, the European Court of Justice’s lower court) agreed with the commission, and Engie looked set to have to pay some €120 million in taxes to Luxembourg. But on Tuesday the ECJ ruled that the commission had “made errors in its various analyses of the reference frameworks defining the normal tax system”.

The court said in a statement Tuesday that the commission was required to demonstrate that the tax rulings conferred a selective advantage on Engie and that the measures applied by Luxembourg deviated from the normal tax system in that it differentiated between undertakings in a comparable situation.

In May, advocate general Juliane Kokott had opined that the tax rulings do not, in themselves, constitute illegal state aid. That opinion was non-binding, but the ECJ has now confirmed her assessment of the case and said that the various errors committed by the commission and the lower court “vitiated the whole of the selectivity analysis and the Commission’s decision is therefore annulled”.

It is not the first time that the European Court of Justice has ruled in favour of the Grand Duchy and companies that are headquartered here. In November 2022, it ruled that a tax ruling carmaker Fiat received from the Grand Duchy did not constitute illegal state aid. And in 2021, the commission failed to convince the court that Luxembourg should collect €250 million in back taxes from Amazon EU.

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French Utility Giant: European Natural Gas Demand Is Unlikely To Recover
By Charles Kennedy - Nov 07, 2023, 10:30 AM CST

Europe’s natural gas demand continues to be weak after last year’s energy crisis and most of the demand destruction will likely be permanent, according to France’s utility giant Engie.

European gas demand has slumped since the end of 2021 due to skyrocketing prices, the Russian invasion of Ukraine, and the cut-off of a large part of Russia’s pipeline gas supply to Europe. Governments have called for energy savings and industries have been using lower gas volumes due to the high prices and weakening activity.

“Depending on the size of these customers today, we have not seen the demand recovery from what happened last year,” Engie’s chief executive officer Catherine MacGregor said on the company’s earnings call on Tuesday, as carried by Bloomberg.

Demand destruction has been in the range of 10% to 20%, depending on the type of customers, MacGregor added.

“We think that this is here to stay to a large extent,” the executive noted.

“We don’t think that it will worsen, but we think it’s quite structural.”

MacGregor’s comments echo those of Vitol Group’s chief executive Russel Hardy, who said last month that some of the lost European demand for natural gas due to the energy crisis and record-high prices could never return.

“For gas, demand has plummeted in Europe, with double-digit percentage reductions. We expect some of the lost demand to be permanent,” Hardy told the Energy Intelligence Forum in October.

Earlier this month, analysts and industry professionals told Bloomberg that Europe’s natural gas demand could begin to rise this winter with higher electricity consumption in major markets and easing industrial demand destruction in the Eurozone.

A survey of economists carried out by Bloomberg has shown that the experts believe the plunge in industry gas demand could ease early next year. In addition, BloombergNEF sees power consumption returning to levels from before the energy crisis in some key European markets.

By Charles Kennedy for

Engie Upgrades Outlook on Positive Performance, Reduced Risks

Engie raised its full-year guidance after what it called a continued good performance with reduced risks as it approaches the end of the year.

The French power utility on Tuesday said that it now expects recurring net income in a range of 5.1 billion euros to 5.7 billion euros ($5.47 billion-$6.11 billion), up from a prior forecast between EUR4.7 billion and EUR5.3 billion.

Engie Upgrades Outlook on Positive Performance, Reduced Risks
07/11/2023 8:00am
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Engie (EU:ENGI)

Tuesday 7 November 2023

By Andrea Figueras

Engie raised its full-year guidance after what it called a continued good performance with reduced risks as it approaches the end of the year.

The French power utility on Tuesday said that it now expects recurring net income in a range of 5.1 billion euros to 5.7 billion euros ($5.47 billion-$6.11 billion), up from a prior forecast between EUR4.7 billion and EUR5.3 billion.

It now sees non-nuclear earnings before interest and taxes of EUR9 billion to EUR10 billion, while it previously anticipated EBIT excluding nuclear between EUR8.5 billion and EUR9.5 billion.

The company posted earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization of EUR11.9 billion, compared with EUR10.67 billion for the same period last year, while revenue fell to EUR61.8 billion in the period, down 10.2% organically on-year.

Non-nuclear EBIT was EUR8 billion, up from EUR6.3 billion, mainly driven by the units global energy management and sales as well as renewables.

Engie backed its dividend policy with a 65% to 75% payout ratio based on net recurring income and a floor of EUR0.65 a share for the 2023 to 2025 period.

Write to Andrea Figueras at

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

November 07, 2023 02:45 ET (07:45 GMT)

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Engie bolsters Peruvian portfolio with 4 wind farms

Published 02 Nov 2023 Last Updated 02 Nov 2023 10:43

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France's Engie has signed an agreement to acquire 4 wind projects in Peru

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ENGIE acquires 545MW of solar assets in Brazil

By NS Energy Staff Writer 31 Oct 2023

ENGIE signed an agreement to acquire 100 % of Atlas Energia Renovável do Brasil S.A. and Atlas Brasil Energia Holding 2 S.A. This acquisition will bring to ENGIE solar photovoltaic (PV) plants in the Northeast (Bahia and Ceará) and the Southeast (Minas Gerais), for a total capacity of 545 MWac in operation.

The transaction value is €618 million, which can be adapted depending on certain contractual conditions.

This transaction strengthens ENGIE’s position in Brazil, a key country where the Group has been present for over 25 years with 2,400 employees, and already operates 10 GW of 100 % renewable installed capacity. Over the past six years ENGIE has invested more than €3.8 billion in the energy transition in Brazil, including investments in clean energy and the implementation of transmission lines.

With the decision to invest in these assets, ENGIE will benefit from contracted long-term assets at attractive returns and immediately contributive.

Paulo Almirante, ENGIE Senior Executive Vice President Renewables, Energy Management and Nuclear, said: “This acquisition is fully in line with ENGIE’s strategy. It strengthens the Group’s portfolio of renewable assets in operation and its presence in Brazil. The opportunistic acquisition of operating assets has become an attractive option for efficiently expanding ENGIE businesses, at this time in the market, benefiting from synergies with existing operations. This tuck-in transaction also contributes to our ambition to reach 50 GW of installed renewable capacity by 2025 and 80 GW by 2030.”

The completion of the transaction is subject to compliance with certain precedent conditions negotiated between the parties, including approval by the Administrative Council for Economic Defense – CADE, among others.

Source: Company Press Release

Euronext Paris 14:43:19 31/10/2023


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Euronext Paris 04:24:08 2023-10-30 am EDT


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Engie secures green light for Libelula solar project

Published 26 Oct 2023 Last Updated 26 Oct 2023 09:26

Alix Publie Contact Author

French developer Engie has secured approval to move ahead with its Libelula solar project in Chile

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