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25/9/2020
09:20
Energiser Investments Daily Update: Energiser Investments Plc is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ENGI. The last closing price for Energiser Investments was 0.65p.
Energiser Investments Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0.60p.
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31/8/2020
08:47
adrian j boris: Veolia Environnement SA said Sunday it made an offer to acquire a 29.9% stake in its peer Suez SA from Engie SA at a price of 15.50 euros ($18.46) a share. The French water and waste management company said the offer, which would be paid in cash, is valid until Sept. 30 and represents a 50% premium over Suez's closing share price as of July 30. If the offer is accepted, the company said it would file a voluntary tender offer for Suez's remaining shares. Veolia said the transaction would be accretive from the first year, with operating and purchasing synergies estimated at EUR500 million, and its debt would remain under control. The offer follows Engie's decision to launch a strategic review that includes its stake in Suez. Veolia added it has considered the potential antitrust issues the acquisition would entail and identified French infrastructure management company Meridiam as an acquirer for Suez's French water activities. Suez said Sunday in a statement that Veolia's approach "has not been solicited" and hasn't been discussed with the company. It added it would convene its board of directors shortly to evaluate the operation. Write to Giulia Petroni at giulia.petroni@wsj.com (END) Dow Jones Newswires August 31, 2020 02:33 ET (06:33 GMT)
19/8/2020
16:33
the grumpy old men: STOCK EXCHANGE: Engie should not keep its stake in Suez - HSBC 19 August 2020 - 10:03AM Dow Jones News Alert Print Share On Facebook PARIS (Agefi-Dow Jones)--The energy group Engie is not expected to retain a long-term stake in the Suez utilities group, according to HSBC Bank. Engie currently holds 32.1% of the capital of Suez and the chairman of its board of directors, Jean-Pierre Clamadieu, had declared at the end of July that all options were open regarding the future of this holding. HSBC nevertheless considers that a sale of this stake is not "imminent". The bank has also maintained its recommendation to 'keep' Suez, while raising its share price target from EUR 11 to EUR 12. Suez fell by 0.5% to 11.34 euros, while Engie lost 0.4% to 11.35 euros. (jmarion@agefi.fr) ed: LBO Agefi-Dow Jones The financial newswire (END) Dow Jones Newswires August 19, 2020 04:43 ET (08:43 GMT) Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
31/7/2020
07:10
sarkasm: Engie : weighing spin-off, listing options for service units - sources share with twitter share with LinkedIn share with facebook 0 07/30/2020 | 06:04pm BST French utility Engie is stepping up efforts to shed some of its services businesses, two sources close to the matter said, with one adding the group was leaning towards a listing rather than piecemeal sell-offs. Engie, long in investors' spotlight due to an unwieldy structure that groups together several units with few synergies between them, has flagged plans to slim down by exiting some markets and business, including in areas like energy services. Executives at the gas and electricity supplier, which has yet to replace ousted Chief Executive Isabelle Kocher, are honing in on options for businesses that include building management services, the two sources said. The group will touch on the matter when earnings are released on Friday, they added. Engie declined to comment. Options could include selling off the divisions one by one, or grouping them together and carving out a unit that would then be listed on the stock market, with the latter option gaining ground, one of the sources said. "They want to create a services giant and list it. This scenario seems much more efficient financially," the source said. It was not immediately clear what the value of such a carve-out would be, or whether the project would be feasible at a time when the COVID-19 pandemic has dampened prospects for some initial public offerings (IPOs). Businesses that would likely be part of any carve-out include Endel, which specialises in industrial and nuclear plant maintenance, and Ineo Defense, which operates in the defence sector, the source said. Gepsa, which operates in prison services, and Culturespaces, which manages historical monuments and museums, could also be affected, the source said. Engie is due to pick a new CEO by September to succeed Kocher, who was ousted earlier this year following internal clashes over strategy and long-standing pressure on the share price. (Reporting by Benjamin Mallet and Gwenaelle Barzic; Writing by Sarah White; Editing by Jan Harvey and Mark Potter)
14/7/2020
17:24
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03/7/2020
10:00
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06/12/2019
10:29
adrian j boris: Engie's haircut weakens its CEO - DJ Plus Engie (EU: ENGI) Intraday Chart of the Action Today: Friday 6 December 2019 More charts from the Engie Bursary Olivier Pinaud, Agefi PARIS (Agefi-Dow Jones) - "The market has understood that Engie has a distinct position," Engie CEO Isabelle Kocher said recently in an interview with Agefi-Dow Jones. Part of the energy group's board of directors is clearly not sharing his opinion. Thursday, the leader had to step into the slot in Le Figaro to defend his record as several directors of the group campaign behind the scenes for the non-renewal of his term in May, as revealed by BFM Business Wednesday. Isabelle Kocher is strongly opposed to the sale of the gas infrastructure of the energy group pushed by part of its board. "Gas infrastructures are very important, they are part of our DNA, they are more and more international and we are preparing them for the gradual greening of gas," the director general told Le Figaro. Analysts at Oddo BHF have a different opinion. "Engie's gas infrastructures are regulated activities that are growing at a slower pace than the rest of the group, and their sale, even partial, could accelerate Engie's growth profile, with the implementation of a reinvestment strategy for activities with high potential ", explains Oddo BHF. A spin-off of assets that Isabelle Kocher initiated when she took over at the helm in 2016 by selling Engie's energy markets activities to reinvest in growing businesses, such as renewables, or less capital intensive, such as Services. The question of the future of gas infrastructure According to Oddo BHF, the gas infrastructure, which includes four companies (GRDF, GRTgaz, Elengy and Storengy), represents an enterprise value of 33 billion euros. Once retired from debt and minority interests, which are important at GRTgaz and Elengy, these assets represent a potential equity pool of € 13.7 billion. The question of the future of gas infrastructure, including the sale of part of the capital is anything but a surprise since the Pact law included an article on the privatization of GRTgaz, hides a deeper debate on the strategy led by the team Isabelle Kocher and its effects on the share price. "Some want to make short-term stock market performance the alpha and the omega of a strategy," laments the leader in Le Figaro, emphasizing the performance of the title since the beginning of the year: + 15%. Yet the balance sheet does not plead in his favor. Engie does less well than all his great European counterparts. Since the beginning of the year, Portuguese EDP has gained 19%, Spanish Iberdrola 24% and Italian Enel 32%. Same comparison and same result since May 2016, date of the arrival at the controls of Isabelle Kocher: Engie gained a very small 1%, when EDP took 15%, Iberdrola 39% and Enel 70%. As a result, according to Morgan Stanley analysts, the Engie stock currently trades at around 11 times the estimated earnings per share for 2021, "at a discount of 20% compared to comparable integrated utilities". Faced with these figures, some administrators push for an electroshock. To defend herself, Isabelle Kocher points out that rumors of dissension with her board "suggest that in one company there could be a management strategy on the one hand and the strategy of the board of directors on the other, whereas definition is the board that validates the company's strategy ". Developed by Isabelle Kocher and her teams, the three-year plan presented last February has been validated by the board. In this maelstrom, and while the unions are expressing concerns about a possible dismantling of the group, the state, the largest shareholder of Engie with 23% of the capital, is strangely silent. Already bogged down in EDF's difficulties, the government was counting on a rebound in the Engie share price to sell shares and fuel the innovation fund. At 14.56 euros Friday morning, the title Engie is barely higher than the price of 13.80 euros which he had sold for the last time shares of the energy group in September 2017. Thursday, the compensation and governance council of Engie met. When asked by L'Agefi, the group did not make a statement. -Olivier Pinaud, The Agefi. ed: ECH Agefi-Dow Jones The financial newswire (END) Dow Jones Newswires December 06, 2019 03:35 ET (08:35 GMT)
26/8/2019
01:09
p1966: Per the KCR website, ENGI holds 2,435,710 shares in KCR, ie 8.83%. At the KCR bid price of 44p, this equates to £1,071,712.ENGI has c.124 million shares in issue, which at a bid price of 0.5p equates to c.£620k.DYOR, but would the valuation differential arise from the fact that both stocks are relatively illiquid? I am a shareholder in ENGI, but am not sure whether this valuation gap will close.KCR did not pay a dividend, but this may change going forward, given the substantial 3rd party investment in KCR. Should the share price differential remain unchanged, the ENGI 'discount' would effectively enhance any yield for ENGI shareholders. Any views?
17/5/2019
16:33
p1966: Any views on the recent share price falls (including today)? It's not as if volumes have been huge.I assume ENGI's share price would be linked to KCR, given ENGI's shareholding in that company. KCR has also, fallen in price (any thoughts why?) but not recently.Cheers Phil
11/12/2018
10:56
adrian j boris: 11/12/2018 | 11:36 Suez sells 2.3% to 12.05 euros, penalized by the status quo of Engie. Its main shareholder (32% of the capital) has finally decided to keep this stake, reveals Les Echos. This choice excludes the launch of a takeover bid or an assignment to a competitor such as Veolia, two options that would have been likely to support the share price, and which explains the decline of the day. Engie will confirm this decision today at the end of its board of directors. The CEO of Engie, Isabelle Kocher, and the new president, Jean-Pierre Clamadieu, have not retained the option of a takeover, the benefits of integration of the two groups are not obvious. . "A local authority or a company would have no interest in entrusting all its needs to the same company," said an observer quoted by Les Echos. Engie believes that it can implement certain synergies without having to take control of Suez, for example in the field of seawater desalination, where both groups are present in the Middle East, or in the green gas, an activity that interests one as the other, thinks of everyday life. This decision comes at a key moment for Suez, which is preparing to appoint a new CEO and a new president to succeed Jean-Louis Chaussade and Gérard Mestrallet respectively. According to several sources, Engie would seek to place one of his own in the presidency, Pierre Mongin, his secretary general who already sits on the board of directors of Suez. Oddo BHF's analysts share Engie's management's analysis of the extremely limited strategic and financial interest of a total takeover of Suez. According to the broker, this change in governance at the number two global environmental could be a catalyst with the implementation of new strategic parameters to reduce the capital employed group while improving economic performance. This is undoubtedly the signal that Engin expects before deciding further to maintain the capital link or to reduce it while enjoying a better valuation, says the design office. In this context, the broker has confirmed its purchase recommendation and its price target of 15.60 euros on Suez.
07/12/2018
15:31
waldron: Today: Friday 7 December 2018 More charts of the Engie Eur1 Stock Exchange François Schott, Agefi-Dow Jones PARIS (Agefi-Dow Jones) - The arrival of activists is a strong signal for Suez shareholders. The entry of the Amber fund into the capital of the group of water and waste management, revealed this Friday by the Agefi, illustrates the aspirations to the change of the investors whereas the group must renew in 2019 its leaders and remains a potential target redemption. Amber holds just over 1% of the capital, a position acquired in part by the earnings warning of January 2018, which caused the Suez share price to fall by 16.77% in one sitting. The London fund, which has been tracking the issue for several years, wanted to take advantage of the undervaluation of the stock. But the prospect of a transfer of power at the head of Suez, and a possible buyout by Engie, could also explain the interest of Amber. The latter confirmed his participation, without giving more details about his intentions. Ten years after its IPO on the sidelines of the merger GDF-Suez, the group of environmental services is about to turn a page in 2019. Both reached by the age limit, President Gerard Mestrallet and its general manager Jean-Louis Chaussade must return their seat at the next general meeting. Investors hope that the arrival of a new team will give a second wind to the world number two in the management of water and waste, even if the candidates in the running are from the seraglio. A track lagging Veolia In stock market, the title struggles to follow the performance of his rival, Veolia. Over the last five years, Veolia's price has appreciated 60% while Suez has only gained 2%. The CAC 40 has at the same time appreciated by 16%. Suez has however recovered from the hair of the beast in recent months, thanks to good results. Over the first nine months of the year, its turnover grew by 15.8% at constant exchange rates, mainly thanks to the contribution of GE Water, the former subsidiary of industrial water management. General Electric acquired a year ago for 3.2 billion euros. The Water Technologies & Solutions division, of which it is the backbone, has posted organic growth of 6.8% since the beginning of the year, almost twice that of the group as a whole. "The new division is keeping all its promises and the synergies achieved are better than expected," said Jean-Louis Chaussade, Suez CEO. "There should be an acceleration of synergies with GE Water in 2019," said Thierry Leclercq, manager of Mandarine Gestion, who recently initiated a position on Suez. "The business is doing very well, with sales up 7% over nine months and an order book up 14%," notes the financial intermediary. A welcome breath of fresh air in the face of public water markets still subject to strong tariff pressure from municipalities, especially in Europe. The acquisition of GE Water strengthens Suez's presence in better-performing markets, particularly in the United States and China, and should lead to improved profitability of capital employed. Engie reflects on the future of his participation With the change of governance of Suez, there is also the question of a change in its shareholding. Engie, which owns 32% of the group, is considering the future of this stake valued at around 2.5 billion euros at the current price. In the event of a sale, "Veolia would be a good candidate for the buyout from Engie, even if it should certainly cede certain activities in France to obtain the green light from the competition authorities," said Thierry Leclercq. Engie could also launch a bid for Suez or maintain the status quo and continue to receive dividends with a return of 5% per annum. Speculative interest has not escaped investors. At the current price, Suez is trading at around 18.5 times the expected profits for the next twelve months against 14.3 times for Veolia. This gap is not justified by the only operational performance of Suez, but by the hope of seeing materialize, if not a buy-back, at least a new strategic impulse. -Francois Schott, Agefi-Dow Jones; +33 (0) 1 41 27 47 92; fschott@agefi.fr ed: ECH (Olivier Pinaud contributed to this article) Agefi-Dow Jones The financial newswire (END) Dow Jones Newswires
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