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29/6/2020
16:24
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waldron
28/6/2020
06:15
Engie inks PPA with steel company in Chile

Published 26 June 2020 Last Updated 26 Jun 2020 07:07


Carmen Arroyo


Engie Energía Chile has signed a 15-year power purchase agreement with steel company CAP Acero

florenceorbis
28/6/2020
06:12
Bnamericas Published: Thursday, June 25, 2020

Engie renegotiating Brazil power supply contracts

Engie is renegotiating power supply contracts in the free market with Brazilian clients that are unable to meet the minimum loads agreed in take-or-pay agreements due to the crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the French firm’s local CEO Eduardo Sattamini said during a conference call on Thursday.

“There was a reduction in electricity consumption, which was more critical in April and started recovering in May, reaching better levels by June,” Sattamini said. “We’ll have some frustration in revenues and there’ll be an impact, but we don’t see a significant impact. We closed deals that are interesting for both parties, without causing losses.”

The firm continues to see growing demand for contracts in Brazil’s free power market, which has seen strong growth in the past few years. At the end of May, the country had 9,725 agents registered to operate in the free power market, up 23% year-on-year, according to data from energy trading firm CCEE.

“New sales are mainly for renewable supply, especially wind power,” Sattamini said.

Another impact of the health crisis on Engie is delays in construction of the Campo Largo and Umburanas wind parks, both in Bahia state.

“We’re working to minimize those delays. We have some spare time, so this is not expected to affect our energy generation balance,” the CEO said.

Engie posted a 512mn-real (US$96mn) Q1 net profit, down 9.5% year-on-year. Revenues amounted to 2.59bn reais, up 10.9%.

The firm is Brazil’s largest private sector energy generator and average generation in the quarter totaled 3.6GW, down 31.6%. Investments totaled 786mn reais in January-March, most of which went to buying a stake in the Novo Estado transmission line from Sterlite, in addition to works for the second phase of Campo Largo, the Gralha Azul transmission line and the Pampa Sul thermopower plant.

TAG ACQUISITION

Sattamini confirmed Engie is interested in acquiring the remaining 10% in its TAG gas transport unit. The company, in a consortium with Caisse de dépot et placement du Québec, acquired 90% of the former Petrobras unit last year for US$8.6bn. The Brazilian federal oil firm is currently selling the other 10% in the company.

“We have enough cash to acquire this share. But decisions on this process are still pending, we’re waiting for Petrobras’ definition,” he said.

During the first quarter, TAG contributed 103mn reais to Engie’s local Ebitda, which amounted to 1.3bn reais.

florenceorbis
28/6/2020
06:07
BUSINESSGREEN.COM


Infrastructure

Engie to install EV charging at Biffa sites nationwide
Biffa drivers will be able to use any charger on the nationwide GeniePoint network.
Cecilia Keating

@cecilia_keating
26 June 2020


Partnership will give Biffa waste truck and company cars drivers access to EV chargers at company facilities as well as those across Engie's nationwide EV charging network.

Zero-emissions waste truck and company car drivers will soon be able to refuel at Engie GeniePoint electric vehicle (EV) chargers installed at Biffa's waste management sites nationwide.

Engie EV Solutions revealed yesterday it has bagged a deal to roll out EV charging infrastrcture at all of the waste giant's UK facilities.


The infrastructure boost will benefit Biffa's existing fleet of more than 600 electric Nissan NV200 vans, as well as a growing number of company car drivers and other site visitors who are swapping from internal combustion vehicles to EVs, Engie said.

The partnership also gives Biffa employees and drivers access to Engie's nationwide network of EV chargers, dubbed the GeniePoint Network.

"In order to meet the current future demands for vehicle charging it was essential that Biffa found a reliable, experienced and cost effective partner to deliver an effective solution," said Mark Robson, head of procurement at Biffa. "In Engie we have found just that partner and we are very much looking forward to working with them to expand our coverage of charging points to support both front line vehicles and other company vehicles."

Fourteen Alfen EV chargers with a combination of 22kW twin socket load balanced units as well as some single and dual socket 7kW will be installed initially, according to Engie. All of the chargers will be run on the energy company's GeniePoint Platform.

Alex Bamberg, the managing director of Engie EV Solutions, toasted the deal, noting that the company was "ideally placed" to support Biffa's decarbonisation efforts by "providing the latest in EV charging technology in a scalable solution to support future growth as it transitions to zero carbon transport in the coming months and years".

The two firms have worked together since 2018, when Engie was hired to deliver a ‘fully integrated facilities management service' to optimise the waste giant's sites and operations.

The announcement comes just weeks after Engie announced that it had bagged a deal to install 13 new rapid chargers in the West Midlands.

florenceorbis
26/6/2020
17:14
GTT to design two LNG storage tanks in China

Oil & GasMidstreamStorage

By NS Energy Staff Writer 26 Jun 2020

The storage tanks form part of Beijing Gas Group’s Tianjin Nangang LNG terminal, which is considered as the country’s national emergency LNG project
tanks-406908_640

GTT will design the two Membrane Full Containment LNG storage tanks in China. (Credit: LEEROY Agency from Pixabay)

China Huanqiu Contracting & Engineering (HQC) has awarded a contract to engineering firm Gaztransport & Technigaz (GTT) to design two Membrane Full Containment LNG storage tanks.

The storage tanks form part of Chinese major state-owned company Beijing Enterprises Group (BEG) subsidiary Beijing Gas Group’s Tianjin Nangang LNG terminal, which is considered as the country’s national emergency LNG project.

Each with a net capacity of 220,000m3, the two tanks are expected to be the largest land storage tanks in China upon completion.

Under the contract, GTT will be responsible for designing the onshore storage tanks membrane Full Containment tanks featuring its GST technology.
New LNG tanks to be commissioned by the end of 2022

Planned to be commissioned during the last quarter of 2022, the membrane Full Containment tanks will be located in the Tianjin south port Industrial Zone.

The contract follows the signing of an agreement in November 2019 between GTT and the Chinese major state-owned company Beijing Enterprises Group (BEG).

HQC chairwoman Wang Xinge said: “With the support of GTT, HQC had deeply prepared the company on building the first Membrane Full Containment tank in China.”

BGG board chairwoman Li Yalan said that BGG conducted a comprehensive evaluation of the application of Membrane technology onshore, with national and international experts.

Yalan added: “Besides the high level of safety and the intrinsic technical merits of the Membrane system for onshore application, this technology is more cost effective and requires less material than other available technologies, which leads to a significant reduction of the impact on the environment.

“Going forward, BGG is proud to take the leading role towards more environmental friendly infrastructure together with HQC and GTT for this national emergency project.”

In April 2020, State-owned oil and gas company Qatar Petroleum has signed QAR11bn ($2.99bn) deal with Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding Group to reserve LNG ship construction capacity.

waldron
26/6/2020
16:24
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 40.70 -1.02%
Gasoline NYMEX 1.15 -3.73%
Natural Gas NYMEX 1.55 +1.77%
WTI 38.195 USD -1.93%


FTSE 100
6,159.3 +0.20%
Dow Jones
25,224.12 -2.03%
CAC 40
4,909.64 -0.18%
SBF 120
3,861.37 -0.18%
Euro STOXX 50
3,207.37 -0.75%
DAX
12,089.39 -0.73%
Ftse Mib
19,147.12 -0.46%


Eni
8.397 -0.99%


Total
35.145 -0.18%



Engie
10.895 -0.59%

Orange
10.39 +0.00%



Bp
304.6 -1.30%

Vodafone
125.24 -1.43%

Royal Dutch Shell A
1,319.8 -0.74%



Royal Dutch Shell B
1,258.2 -0.98%

TULLOW OIL
Price (GBX)31.40 -0.66%

waldron
25/6/2020
16:22
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 40.45 +0.35%
Gasoline NYMEX 1.18 -0.83%
Natural Gas NYMEX 1.52 -8.54%
WTI 38.03 USD +0.05%

FTSE 100
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Dow Jones
25,352.64 -0.37%
CAC 40
4,918.58 +0.97%
SBF 120
3,868.26 +1.04%
Euro STOXX 50
3,231.73 +0.95%
DAX
12,177.87 +0.69%
Ftse Mib
19,306.78 +0.75%


Eni
8.481 +0.11%


Total
35.21 +0.80%


Engie
10.96 +0.18%

Orange
10.39 +0.43%



Bp
308.6 +0.41%

Vodafone
127.06 +1.62%

Royal Dutch Shell A
1,329.6 +0.36%


Royal Dutch Shell B
1,270.6 +0.21%

TULLOW OIL
Price (GBX)31.61 -0.13%

waldron
25/6/2020
05:43
GTT nets China LNG tanks gig

Business developments & projects

June 25, 2020, by Mirza Duran

France’s GTT has secured an order to design two storage tanks for Beijing Gas Group’s Tianjin Nangang LNG terminal in China.
GTT
Image: GTT

The LNG containment specialist won the contract from China Huanqiu Contracting & Engineering.

GTT said that the 220,000-cbm tanks will be the largest land storage tanks in China.

The membrane full containment tanks will feature the GST technology developed by the French company.

This order follows the deal signed in November last year between GTT and the Chinese state-owned company Beijing Enterprises Group (BEG).

City gas distributor Beijing Gas, a unit of BEG, is building a 5 million tonnes per year LNG import terminal in the Tianjin south port Industrial Zone.

The LNG receiving terminal will be an emergency peak-shaving reserve project.

Beijing Gas plans to launch the tanks and the project in the fourth quarter of 2022.

the grumpy old men
24/6/2020
16:25
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 39.70 -6.87%
Gasoline NYMEX 1.20 -7.29%
Natural Gas NYMEX 1.69 +0.06%
WTI 37.635 USD -6.21%

FTSE 100
6,123.69 -3.11%
Dow Jones
25,374.47 -2.99%
CAC 40
4,871.36 -2.92%
SBF 120
3,875.07 -1.73%
Euro STOXX 50
3,201.18 -3.07%
DAX
12,093.94 -3.43%
Ftse Mib
19,206.65 -3.20%




Eni
8.472 -4.77%


Total
34.93 -3.47%



Engie
11.125 -0.80%

Orange
10.47 -0.43%


Bp
307.35 -4.39%

Vodafone
125.04 -3.17%

Royal Dutch Shell A
1,324.8 -4.68%



Royal Dutch Shell B
1,268 -4.73%

TULLOW OIL
Price (GBX)31.65 -5.18%

waldron
23/6/2020
16:36
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 43.34 +0.60%
Gasoline NYMEX 1.31 +1.52%
Natural Gas NYMEX 1.71 -1.67%
WTI 40.85 USD -0.07%


FTSE 100
6,320.12 +1.21%
Dow Jones
26,236.19 +0.81%
CAC 40
5,017.68 +1.39%
SBF 120
3,943.43 +1.33%
Euro STOXX 50
3,298.83 +1.82%
DAX
12,523.76 +2.13%
Ftse Mib
19,877.71 +2.05%



Eni
8.896 +1.06%


Total
36.185 +2.12%



Engie
11.215 +1.04%

Orange
10.515 +0.29%


Bp
321.45 +1.90%

Vodafone
129.14 +1.86%

Royal Dutch Shell A
1,389.8 +2.33%


Royal Dutch Shell B
1,331 +2.21%

TULLOW OIL
Price (GBX)33.38 + 0.51%

waldron
22/6/2020
16:28
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 42.60 +0.97%
Gasoline NYMEX 1.28 +0.95%
Natural Gas NYMEX 1.78 +2.00%
WTI 40.26 USD +1.13%

FTSE 100
6,244.62 -0.76%
Dow Jones
25,875 +0.01%
CAC 40
4,948.7 -0.62%
SBF 120
3,891.71 -0.68%
Euro STOXX 50
3,239.83 -1.00%
DAX
12,262.97 -0.55%
Ftse Mib
19,484.01 -0.69%



Eni
8.803 -0.80%


Total
35.435 -0.71%



Engie
11.1 -1.33%

Orange
10.485 -0.76%

Bp
315.45 -1.87%

Vodafone
126.78 -0.77%

Royal Dutch Shell A
1,358.2 -1.28%



Royal Dutch Shell B
1,302.2 -1.21%

TULLOW OIL
33.21 -1.60%

waldron
19/6/2020
16:51
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 42.19 +1.64%
Gasoline NYMEX 1.27 +0.92%
Natural Gas NYMEX 1.76 +1.68%
WTI 39.448 USD +0.73%

FTSE 100
6,292.6 +1.10%
Dow Jones
26,184.96 +0.40%
CAC 40
4,979.45 +0.42%
SBF 120
3,918.24 +0.25%
Euro STOXX 50
3,269.1 +0.57%
DAX
12,330.76 +0.40%
Ftse Mib
19,636.78 +0.78%


Eni
8.874 +0.44%


Total
35.69 +0.03%



Engie
11.25 +0.49%

Orange
10.565 +1.73%


Bp
321.45 +2.10%

Vodafone
127.76 +0.58%

Royal Dutch Shell A
1,375.8 +1.03%


Royal Dutch Shell B
1,318.2 +1.12%


TULLOW OIL (TLW)
33.75 GBX +2.58%

waldron
19/6/2020
16:49
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 42.19 +1.64%
Gasoline NYMEX 1.27 +0.92%
Natural Gas NYMEX 1.76 +1.68%
WTI 39.448 USD +0.73%

FTSE 100
6,292.6 +1.10%
Dow Jones
26,184.96 +0.40%
CAC 40
4,979.45 +0.42%
SBF 120
3,918.24 +0.25%
Euro STOXX 50
3,269.1 +0.57%
DAX
12,330.76 +0.40%
Ftse Mib
19,636.78 +0.78%


Eni
8.874 +0.44%


Total
35.69 +0.03%



Engie
11.25 +0.49%

Orange
10.565 +1.73%


Bp
321.45 +2.10%

Vodafone
127.76 +0.58%

Royal Dutch Shell A
1,375.8 +1.03%


Royal Dutch Shell B
1,318.2 +1.12%


TULLOW OIL (TLW)
33.75 GBX +2.58%

waldron
17/6/2020
16:28
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 40.77 -0.46%
Gasoline NYMEX 1.22 +2.11%
Natural Gas NYMEX 1.71 +0.59%
(WTI) 37.883 USD +0.34%

FTSE 100
6,253.25 +0.17%
Dow Jones
26,260.33 -0.11%
CAC 40
4,995.97 +0.88%
SBF 120
3,934.24 +0.71%
Euro STOXX 50
3,265.68 +0.63%
DAX
12,382.14 +0.54%
Ftse Mib
19,586.86 -0.20%



Eni
8.896 -0.44%


Total
35.945 +0.32%



Engie
11.25 +0.99%

Orange
10.615 -0.66%


Bp
316.75 -1.52%

Vodafone
129.1 -0.02%

Royal Dutch Shell A
1,361 -1.10%



Royal Dutch Shell B
1,303.8 -1.11%


TULLOW OIL (TLW)
34 GBX -0.35%

waldron
16/6/2020
16:43
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 40.15 +1.08%
Gasoline NYMEX 1.19 +1.22%
Natural Gas NYMEX 1.71 -2.78%
WTI 37.148 USD +0.12%

FTSE 100
6,242.79 +2.94%
Dow Jones
26,283.51 +2.02%
CAC 40
4,952.46 +2.84%
SBF 120
3,906.41 +2.80%
Euro STOXX 50
3,242.65 +3.28%
DAX
12,315.66 +3.39%
Ftse Mib
19,647.2 +3.57%



Eni
8.935 +4.14%



Total
35.83 +3.29%


Engie
11.14 +3.05%

Orange
10.685 +3.89%


Bp
321.65 +1.79%

Vodafone
129.12 +3.74%

Royal Dutch Shell A
1,376.2 +3.10%



Royal Dutch Shell B
1,318.4 +2.14%


TULLOW OIL (TLW)
34.12 GBX +7.43%

waldron
16/6/2020
15:53
Nord Stream 2 seeking updated permit to complete pipeline
Jun. 16, 2020 10:43 AM ET|About: Public Joint Stock Company ... (OGZPY)|By: Carl Surran, SA News Editor

Nord Stream 2 requests a permit allowing it to use pipe-laying vessels with anchors to complete the final 120-km stretch of pipeline in Danish waters.

Denmark's energy agency does not say how the work would proceed in the face of a new risk of sanctions but its decision would be “purely administrative”; and in accordance with the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea.

Russia's Gazprom (OTCPK:OGZPY) is taking on half of the project's planned costs, with the remainder shared by Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A, RDS.B), BASF's (OTCQX:BASFY) Wintershall unit, Engie (OTCPK:ENGIY), OMV (OTCPK:OMVJF) and Uniper (OTC:UNPPY).

waldron
16/6/2020
05:48
Https://www.energylivenews.com/2020/06/16/engie-rolls-out-free-ev-charging-for-taxi-and-private-hire-vehicles/
florenceorbis
15/6/2020
16:29
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 38.73 +0.00%
Gasoline NYMEX 1.15 +1.06%
Natural Gas NYMEX 1.77 -2.75%
WTI 36.054 USD +1.53%


FTSE 100
6,064.7 -0.66%
Dow Jones
25,243.6 -1.41%
CAC 40
4,832.55 -0.14%
SBF 120
3,799.89 -0.38%
Euro STOXX 50
3,139.54 -0.17%
DAX
11,911.35 -0.32%
Ftse Mib
18,996.2 +0.57%



Eni
8.58 -0.08%


Total
34.805 -0.83%



Engie
10.81 -1.32%

Orange
10.29 -1.15%


Bp
316 -2.18%

Vodafone
124.46 -1.30%

Royal Dutch Shell A
1,334.8 -1.16%



Royal Dutch Shell B
1,290.8 -1.15%

TLWPrice (GBX)
31.76 -4.05%

waldron
15/6/2020
09:30
Biggest increase in three years for EV charging points
Jun. 15, 2020 4:39 AM ET|About: Tesla, Inc. (TSLA)|By: Yoel Minkoff, SA News Editor

The number of publicly accessible charging points for electric vehicles jumped 60% in 2019 to reach 862,118, the IEA wrote in its annual Global EV Outlook.

Fast chargers accounted for 31% of the total, reflecting efforts to build critical infrastructure ahead of an expected boom for EVs, which accounted for just 1% of all vehicle sales last year.

Along with Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) - which posted a 150% increase for China car registrations in May - there are numerous charge point providers like Shell (RDS.A, RDS.B), Engie (OTCPK:ENGIY), E.ON (OTCPK:EONGY), Volkswagen (OTCPK:VWAGY) and ChargePoint, whose shareholders include Daimler (OTCPK:DDAIF), BMW (OTCPK:BMWYY) and Siemens (OTCPK:SIEGY).

grupo
12/6/2020
17:02
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 38.93 +1.59%
Gasoline NYMEX 1.14 +1.35%
Natural Gas NYMEX 1.86 -2.05%
WTI 36.175 USD +1.59%


FTSE 100
6,105.18 +0.47%
Dow Jones
25,483.76 +1.42%
CAC 40
4,839.26 +0.49%
SBF 120
3,814.36 +0.53%
Euro STOXX 50
3,153.74 -0.17%
DAX
11,949.28 -0.18%
Ftse Mib
18,833.56 +0.14%


Eni
8.587 +0.07%


Total
35.095 +1.07%

Engie
10.955 +1.67%

Orange
10.41 +0.29%



Bp
323.05 +0.67%

Vodafone
126.1 +0.13%

Royal Dutch Shell A
1,350.4 +1.64%



Royal Dutch Shell B
1,305.8 +2.03%


TULLOW OIL (TLW) 32.54 GBX +1.88%

waldron
11/6/2020
16:30
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 38.85 -5.77%
Gasoline NYMEX 1.12 -7.70%
Natural Gas NYMEX 1.89 +0.32%
WTI 36.513 USD -5.32%

FTSE 100
6,076.7 -3.99%
Dow Jones
25,857.15 -4.20%
CAC 40
4,815.6 -4.71%
SBF 120
3,794.39 -4.69%
Euro STOXX 50
3,159.23 -4.33%
DAX
11,970.29 -4.47%
Ftse Mib
18,873.95 -4.47%



Eni
8.581 -7.03%


Total
34.725 -6.19%


Engie
10.775 -5.48%

Orange
10.38 -4.46%



Bp
320.9 -6.84%

Vodafone
125.94 -7.57%

Royal Dutch Shell A
1,328.6 -5.97%


Royal Dutch Shell B
1,279.8 -5.65%


(TLW) 31.94 GBX -12.78%

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