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Energiser Investments Plc LSE:ENGI London Ordinary Share GB00B06CZD75 ORD 0.1P
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10/7/2020
21:25
The volcano will erupt when everyone least expects it.
intheknow69
10/7/2020
16:30
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waldron
10/7/2020
09:21
Vol nearing 0.70p again -
tomboyb
10/7/2020
06:04
Nord Stream 2 pipeline gets Denmark green light, may be completed soon
Jul. 9, 2020 5:23 PM ET|About: Public Joint Stock Company ... (OGZPY)|By: Carl Surran, SA News Editor

The Danish Energy Agency this week authorized the use of Russian ships to lay the final part of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, potentially clearing one of the last hurdles for completing the project.

Nord Stream 2 petitioned the Danish regulator last month to use anchored vessels, and the agency granted the approval ahead of an anticipated end-of-July time frame.

The remaining construction lies "outside the area where bottom trawling, anchoring and seabed intervention are discouraged due to the risk posed by dumped chemical warfare agents," the regulator says.

Russia's Gazprom (OTCPK:OGZPY) leads the project, with partners Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A, RDS.B), BASF's (OTCQX:BASFY) Wintershall unit, Engie (OTCPK:ENGIY), OMV (OTCPK:OMVJF) and Uniper (OTC:UNPPY).

waldron
09/7/2020
20:48
Engie: low-wage contractors and the NHS
SOLOMON HUGHES looks at the French firm drafted in by the privateers to run security in our hospitals and its empty commitment to the Living Wage
French connection: Engie is expanding its grip on the public sector in Britain

CONTRACTED-OUT security guards at Tameside Hospital in Greater Manchester have voted to strike for equal pay with their NHS colleagues in a dispute that shows what is wrong with Britain’s “crony capitalism.”

The guards work at Tameside — but they work for a multinational corporation called Engie. Thanks to both New Labour and Tory privatisation, many workers who run our public services are actually employed by the private sector: the big corporations squeeze their profits out of our NHS, our taxes and their work.

According to their union, Unison, the Tameside guards are paid less than NHS rates. Some are paid only the minimum wage rate of £8.72 an hour, or lower for under-25s.

The lowest rate for security staff employed directly by the NHS is £9.89 per hour. Taking into account overtime payments, most of the Tameside security staff are between £2,000 and £3,000 worse off per year, with one worker almost £6,000 out of pocket.

So they have voted unanimously to strike and will walk out on Monday, July 13 unless Engie settle the dispute. Or unless the hospital management — Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust — step in and force Engie to pay.

But who is Engie? It’s a French multinational, which is growing in Britain: when builder and outsourcer Carillion crashed, it could have been a chance for the country to admit a mistake and take some privatised public services back “in house” — instead, other companies are stepping in to take over, including French giant Engie.

Engie — formerly known as GDF Suez — is a French energy and engineering company. Engie also has a big “facilities management” arm which has been grabbing public-sector contracts for cleaning, janitorial and maintenance services. Since around 2013, Engie has had a strategy of expanding its public-sector work by taking over “facilities management” formerly run by other contractors like Balfour Beatty or Carillion.

With Engie looking for public-sector contracts and working in the highly regulated energy business, the French firm has been busy hiring former senior British public officials to help its expansion.

In November 2016 Engie hired Bob Kerslake, former head of the Civil Service, and Joan McNaughton, a Department of Trade and Industry director-general in the Blair years, to sit on its advisory or “scrutiny̶1; board, which is chaired by former KPMG head Sir Mike Rake. Former Lib Dem energy minister Ed Davey also sat on this Engie board during 2016-2017. In 2016 David Cameron’s former national security adviser Lord Ricketts joined the board of the French parent company, Group Engie.

Getting people like Kerslake to sit on its “scrutiny board” buys Engie some good corporate PR, but does it actually help the workers?

Kerslake says in his latest report for Engie that “the scrutiny board’s purpose is to hold Engie UK publicly to account for the delivery of their Responsible Business Charter.”

So does paying good wages form part of this Responsible Business Charter? Well yes. And no.

Engie’s “responsible business charter” includes a commitment for “promoting the Real Living Wage.” But that is not the same as actually paying a real living wage. Instead it just means Engie should: “Provide 100 per cent of customers with the option to adopt the real living wage.” Engie doesn’t make a real living wage an essential part of their work, it just has it as an “option” contractors might want to consider.

Kerslake simply passes the buck on the “living wage commitment,” saying: “It is ultimately the commissioner’s decision to tender and award contracts which incorporate the living wage. In too many cases the purchaser is unwilling to fund this commitment.” Engie wins its business by pitching low-wage contracts, then blames the hospitals that “commission221; it for the low wages.

There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that Kerslake and all the members of the Engie scrutiny committee are paid well above the “national living wage.” They get highly paid so they can make excuses for Engie, so that it can simultaneously claim to be for the living wage and not pay it to its staff.

It is not surprising that Engie acts in a way that is slippery, if not downright dishonest. The firm has a history for it: in June 2018 the European Commission ruled Engie must pay €120 million in tax — Engie had unfairly avoided tax on income moved through Luxemburg in a breach of state aid rules.

The year before the French Competition Authority fined Engie €100m for uncompetitive behaviour in recruiting French gas and electricity customers. Both fines relate to the energy sectors, but is seems to me Engie are just as capable of acting in a less-than-straight way in other sectors.

grupo guitarlumber
09/7/2020
16:29
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waldron
08/7/2020
17:24
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Engie
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Vodafone
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waldron
07/7/2020
16:26
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Vodafone
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waldron
06/7/2020
19:18
Eiffage and Engie selected for the ventilation of 2 Greater Paris metro lines
Engie (EU:ENGI)
Intraday Graph of the Action


Monday 6th July 2020
More charts of the Engie stock exchange


PARIS (Agefi-Dow Jones)--The construction group Eiffage announced Monday that it has won a 58 million euro contract in partnership with Engie to build the ventilation and smoke extraction system for line 16 and part of line 17 of the Grand Paris Express.


The contract will be shared between Eiffage Energie (€31 million) and Engie Solutions (€27 million).


-Thomas Varela, Agefi-Dow Jones; +33 (0)1 41 27 47 99; tvarela@agefi.fr





Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

waldron
06/7/2020
16:53
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Engie
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Orange
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Bp
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Vodafone
130.24 +0.46%

Royal Dutch Shell A
1,321 +1.69%



Royal Dutch Shell B
1,263.8 +2.38

TULLOW OIL
Price (GBX)33.12 + 6.87%

waldron
06/7/2020
12:42
Naim

Dave4545 lost everything on BAGR! LOL

intheknow69
05/7/2020
11:37
Anaerobic digestion pioneer BTS Biogas and energy services leader ENGIE partner to deliver sustainable energy solutions in Italy

Oil & GasPowerBioenergy

By NS Energy Staff Writer 02 Jul 2020

Companies commit to sharing experience and resources to develop and execute on projects that enable a zero-carbon future
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BTS Biogas partners with ENGIE to offer sustainable energy solutions in Italy. (Credit: Pixabay/Gerald Krieseler.)

BTS Biogas Srl, a sister company of Bioenergy DevCo and market leader in the biogas sector, and ENGIE, the world’s largest independent energy producer, today have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) under which the two companies will share expertise and resources to expand decarbonization efforts starting in in Italy and expanding throughout Europe.

“Entering into this partnership with ENGIE provides us with incredible opportunities to leverage our technology and expertise on decarbonization projects,” said Franco Lusuriello, CEO of BTS Biogas. “Anaerobic digestion is experiencing a renaissance, with increased interest throughout Europe, Asia and now North America – but our heart and our home is and will always be Italian. Through this deal we can help ensure that Italy meets its zero-carbon goals, invests in sustainable projects that encourage economic recovery and contributes to the global fight against climate change.”

The agreement will create a shared project pipeline for the two companies, allowing both to maximize their considerable experience in developing, constructing and managing facilities that create renewable natural gas from organic waste. By limiting the amount of waste sent to landfills and incinerators, these anaerobic digestion projects significantly reduce of air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions.

“This is a valuable partnership” agrees Damien Terouanne, CEO of ENGIE Italia – “ENGIE aims to be the leader of the zero-carbon transition and is committed to the realization of numerous projects for the production of sustainable energy. In BTS Biogas we have found profound technological competence for the construction of advanced biomethane production plants with numerous environmental and economic advantages. In the current historical context progress in the field of environmental and social sustainability means pushing and supporting economic recovery “.

BTS Biogas has a twenty-year track record of developing anaerobic digestion projects and has built and operated more than 200 facilities around the globe. In 2019, BTS Biogas has joined Bioenergy DevCo, a developer of anaerobic digestion facilities in the United States. Most recently, BTS’ technologies and expertise have been deployed in North America through deals with major food companies and natural gas utilities.

“The agreement between ENGIE and BTS Biogas brings together two leaders in sustainable energy development,” said Shawn Kreloff, CEO of Bioenergy DevCo and Executive Chariman, BTS Biogas. “The BTS approach to anaerobic digestion is unmatched, driven by decades of experience, data and innovation – and we look forward to the projects that result from this collaboration as more communities and businesses worldwide realize the potential for both sustainable organic waste management and renewable energy generation powered by BTS’ anaerobic digestion solution.”

The projects developed through this partnership are expected to have significant positive economic impacts on their local communities, creating new jobs and encouraging additional investment in sustainable waste and energy solutions. Projects are expected to begin construction within the next year.

Source: Company Press Release

sarkasm
05/7/2020
06:55
Https://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/lost-in-oil-s-rally-2-trillion-a-year-refining-industry-crisis-1.1460717
sarkasm
04/7/2020
11:44
Closed very strong on Friday - expecting a gap and run come Monday - maybe a little churn left yet but cannot see why we would not end the session closer to 1 pence - more TR1s due - name change - new website - first investment imminent - no RTO here like some morons are spouting - well not this year atleast - huge upside potential Imo.
naim96aim
04/7/2020
11:40
And it's worth noting it's a nice clean listing. No baggage or skeletons in the closet!
smackeraim
04/7/2020
11:37
Yup 650k cash, roughly 700k in Kcr shares, and a listing. No future value - so let's see what they buy into.
smackeraim
04/7/2020
11:21
OK thanks Dave. So M/C about right for current asset val.

Still all to play for as we await news of newco or RTO.

Cheers

philjeans
04/7/2020
11:04
Phil

Market cap is wrong here. 253 mil shares in issue so x say 0.7p that comes to around £1.8 mil market cap not 0.44 mil

They did a £650k placing at 0.5p

dave4545
04/7/2020
10:50
M/C here is now £440k.

But they have raised £600k in cash from the placing; and still hold £1.15M in KCR REIT holdings.

So bargain still down here!

KEEP BUYING.

philjeans
03/7/2020
21:54
Worth waiting to see what they bring in, could add some decent value. At the minute the cash and shares in KCR pretty much cover market cap. I'm just assuming here, but when an investment comes in they will probably offload those shares? Being that the focus is no longer real estate.
smackeraim
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