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E.ON positiever gestemd

(ABM FN-Dow Jones) E.ON verwacht dat de winst dit jaar hoger uit zal vallen dan voorzien, vanwege de overname van Innogy. Dit maakte het Duitse energiebedrijf vrijdagochtend bekend.

E.ON mikt voor dit jaar op een aangepaste EBIT van 3,1 miljard tot 3,3 miljard euro, terwijl eerder nog werd uitgegaan van 2,9 miljard tot 3,1 miljard euro. De nettowinst zal daarbij vermoedelijk uitkomen tussen de 1,45 miljard en 1,65 miljard euro, waar eerder nog een winst van 1,4 miljard tot 1,6 miljard euro werd voorzien.

E.ON stelde dat de integratie van het overgenomen Innogy op schema ligt. Tegen 2022 hoopt het energiebedrijf 600 miljoen tot 800 miljoen euro aan synergievoordelen te behalen. De eerste signalen zijn reeds zichtbaar, aldus het energiebedrijf.

Wel merkte E.ON op dat de schulden zijn opgelopen als gevolg van de overname. Sinds ultimo december liep de schuld met 23 miljard euro op tot 39,6 miljard euro.

Volgens E.ON waren de resultaten over de eerste negen maanden van dit jaar conform verwachting. De omzet steeg in de afgelopen drie kwartalen met 1,9 miljard euro tot 23,6 miljard euro. Het aangepaste EBIT-resultaat daalde evenwel met 6 procent tot 2,2 miljard euro.

In het derde kwartaal lagen de winsten evenwel 20 procent hoger op jaarbasis, waardoor de zwakke resultaten uit het eerste kwartaal werden gecompenseerd. Als gevolg kwam de aangepaste nettowinst slechts drie procent lager uit op 1,2 miljard euro.

E.ON handhaafde het voorstel om een dividend uit te keren van 0,46 euro per aandeel.

Innogy verlaagde donderdag juist de winstverwachtingen. Innogy rekent voor dit jaar op een aangepaste EBIT van 1,6 miljard euro. Eerder mikte het nog op 2,2 miljard euro. De aangepaste nettowinst zal ongeveer 400 miljoen euro bedragen.

Door: ABM Financial News.
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4500 banen op tocht bij Britse tak Innogy

Gepubliceerd op 29 nov 2019 om 10:26 | Views: 91

LONDEN (AFN/BLOOMBERG) - Bij Npower, de Britse tak van energiebedrijf Innogy, staan 4500 banen op de tocht. Dat stelt vakbond Unison. Innogy staat in het Verenigd Koninkrijk voor een aanzienlijke ingreep. Daarbij moeten de klanten van Npower worden overgezet naar moederbedrijf EO.N.

Volgens de bond worden werknemers later op vrijdag geïnformeerd over de plannen. Het bedrijf zelf beloofd vakbonden te zullen betrekken in de te nemen stappen, maar gaf geen details over hoeveel posities er op het spel staan. Met de reorganisatie is naar verluidt een bedrag van 500 miljoen pond gemoeid.

De prestaties bij Npower zijn al jaren ondermaats. Het marktaandeel is in de afgelopen jaren gehalveerd. Momenteel levert Npower stroom aan 8 procent van de Britse huishoudens.

De Britse energiemarkt wordt van oudsher gedomineerd door een zestal aanbieders, maar hun aandeel krimpt door de concurrentie van kleinere spelers. De Britse overheid stelde eerder ook een prijsplafond in om "afzetterij" door de traditionele energiebedrijven tegen te gaan.
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Brits energiebedrijf Npower schrapt duizenden banen in Verenigd Koninkrijk

Bij het Britse energiebedrijf Npower staan 4500 banen op de tocht. Dat hebben Britse en Duitse media en vakbond Unison vrijdag gemeld.

Npower is het Britse dochterbedrijf van het Duitse energiebedrijf Innogy, dat donderdag nog een winstwaarschuwing gaf. Innogy, tot voor kort een meerderheidsbelang van de Duitse branchegenoot RWE, kwam eerder dit jaar in handen van het eveneens Duitse energiebedrijf Eon.

Innogy heeft nog niet het exacte aantal banen bekendgemaakt dat het concern dreigt af te stoten in het Verenigd Koninkrijk. Wel verklaarde Eon-topman Johannes Teyssen vrijdag dat er al gesprekken zijn begonnen met de vakbonden over een grote reorganisatie. ‘We hebben herhaaldelijk gezegd dat we alle noodzakelijke actie moeten ondernemen om terug te keren naar permanente winstgevendheid.’

Npower, dat circa 2,5 miljoen Britse huishoudens van gas en elektriciteit voorziet, is al vier jaar verliesgevend, ondanks eerdere ontslagrondes en reorganisaties. Het bedrijf is de kleinste van zes grote Britse energiebedrijven en verschaft in het Verenigd Koninkrijk werk aan zo’n 5700 mensen.

Onderdeel van de herstructureringsplannen, waarmee zo’n 500 miljoen pond is gemoeid, is dat klanten van Npower worden overgezet naar de Britse tak van Eon.

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Wärtsilä Delivers 40 MW Equipment for MCM Power in Myanmar

The technology group Wärtsilä has been awarded a 40 MW extended engineered equipment supply contract for a power plant in Shwe Taung, southern central part of Myanmar. The baseload power plant will feed the national grid and will help to alleviate the country’s ongoing energy shortage. The order by independent power producer MCM Power with Wärtsilä was placed in September 2019, and the delivery is being expedited on a fast-track basis. The plant will operate on four Wärtsilä 34SG engines fueled by natural gas to provide environmentally sound and affordable power to the region. The plant is expected to become operational in April 2020. The plant is planned to double the output to 80 MW at a future date.

Wärtsilä has earlier supplied a 145 MW power plant to Kyaukse township in the Mandalay region of Myanmar. This also was delivered and installed on a fast-track basis because of the country’s urgent need of additional generating capacity.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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NTPC Adds 250MW Barauni Thermal Power Station

India’s largest power generation company NTPC Ltd has added 250 MW capacity at its Barauni Thermal Power Station in Bihar. With this addition, the total capacity of NTPC Barauni now stands at 470 MW.

The total installed capacity of NTPC and NTPC group is now 48,895 MW and 57,356 MW respectively.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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EBRD Supporting Access to Renewable Energy in Egypt

The EBRD is supporting the development of a more resilient and robust electricity grid across Egypt with a EUR 182.9 million loan to the Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company to strengthen the transmission network in the country. The EBRD funds will facilitate the integration of 1.3 GW of new renewable energy into the Egyptian electricity system by connecting new renewable energy plants, with the help of new or refurbished high-voltage substations. In addition, the investment will help in reducing electricity losses, thus saving 77,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions per year.

The EBRD will also assist EETC and the electricity regulator in designing and structuring a regulatory framework for private-to-private projects, developing a new channel for the growth of the private renewable sector, which will further improve the sector’s competitiveness. This is linked to the electricity law that was passed in 2015, which sets out a roadmap for the liberalisation and reform of the power sector, driven by the government’s aim to generate 20 per cent of Egypt’s energy from renewable sources by 2022.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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EBRD Debars GE Power of Sweden for 6 Years

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development has imposed a six-year term of debarment on GE Power Sweden AB following an investigation in cooperation with the Serious Fraud Office of the UK. The six-year debarment means that GE Power Sweden will not be eligible to be a Bank Counterparty from 27 November 2019 until 26 November 2025. The EBRD’s Office of the Chief Compliance Officer will also submit debarment of GE Power Sweden to the World Bank, the African Development Bank, the Asian Development Bank, and the Inter-American Development Bank, so that this entity is also debarred by these multilateral development banks.

The investigation relates to a project to install flue gas desulphurisation units at the Lithuanian Power Plant, a project financed by donor funds administered by the EBRD. The investigation found that, from as early as 2002, representatives of Alstom Power Sweden AB, a predecessor company to GE Power Sweden, had conspired with another Alstom entity to manipulate the technical specifications for the FGD contract in their favour by making payments to Lithuanian government officials.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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Ralph Lauren s to Use 100% Renewable Electricity by 2025

Ralph Lauren Corp announced a series of pledges related to sustainability, including a commitment to power all of its globally owned and operated offices, distribution centers and stores with 100% renewable electricity by 2025 and join RE100, a group of the world’s most influential businesses committed to the use of renewable power. Building on the commitments outlined in the Company’s Design the Change strategy, today’s announcement advances its work to integrate citizenship and sustainability across its global business.

Ralph Lauren Corp. has made the following commitments

Signed the UN Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action, which contains several climate-related commitments, including prioritizing the use of raw materials with low-climate impact and pursuing energy efficiency measures and renewable energy across the supply chain

Affirmed its commitment to the Paris Agreement by joining the “We Are Still In” coalition and signing a joint letter, alongside a number of leading companies and CEOs, urging the United States government to remain a signatory to the Paris Agreement

Each one of these commitments is inspired by Ralph Lauren’s commitment to timelessness, an idea that is inherent in the Company’s Purpose and has guided its design vision and how it operates its business for more than 50 years.

To achieve its goal to power all owned and operated offices, distribution centers and stores with 100% renewable electricity by 2025, the Company will pursue a combination of virtual power purchase agreements in North America as well as assess a select number of US sites for onsite solar power installations. For the remaining electricity use, the Company will purchase Green Power Products, including Renewable Energy Certificates, Guarantees of Origin and International Renewable Energy Credits.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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China and Russia turn on gas pipeline ‘Power of Siberia’ as they forge stronger energy ties

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Gazprom commences pipeline supplies of Russian gas to China
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The negative cash flow in the third quarter was led by Chesapeake Energy (-$264 million) and EQT (-$173 million), but the red ink is only the latest in a string of losses for the sector over the last few years. As a result, the sector has completely fallen out of favor with investors.
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African Development Bank to Fund Transmission Expansion Project in Nigeria

The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank Group has approved a USD 210 million financing package to the Federal Republic of Nigeria, for the Nigeria Transmission Expansion Project, which seeks to rehabilitate and upgrade the nation’s power lines and improve distribution and supply. The project, which will run across the states of Kano, Kaduna, Delta, Edo, Anambra, Imo, and Abia, will improve the capacity and reliability of the Nigerian transmission grid where it is most constrained.

Executed by the Transmission Company of Nigeria, NTEP1 is part of a USD 1.6 billion Transmission Rehabilitation and Expansion Programme. Upon completion, the project will significantly improve Nigeria’s electricity supply, and directly impact the economy, industries, businesses and the quality of life of Nigerians.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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VINCI Energies Acquiring Converse Energy Projects GmbH

VINCI Energies is acquiring Schneider Electric GmbH’s subsidiary Converse Energy Projects GmbH, specializing in turnkey industrial power distribution projects in Germany with annual revenue of about EUR 140 million, Converse has 300 employees at 22 sites across the country. The acquisition will expand the VINCI Energies Actemium brand's range of complex low and medium voltage industrial solutions in Germany. Converse will bring a comprehensive range of consultancy and services covering design, installation, commissioning, optimisation and renewal of power distribution and power management systems in an industrial environment. The move is accompanied by a long-term cooperation and supply agreement with Schneider Electric under which Actemium becomes a special partner.

The acquisition is subject to approval by the competition authorities and should be concluded within the next weeks.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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ENGIE Acquires Renvico

ENGIE announced the acquisition of Renvico from Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assetsvia Macquarie European Infrastructure Fund 4, and from KKR with its co-investors. The onshore wind installed capacity of the Renvico comprises 329 MW of operating wind farms of which 142 MW in Italy and 187 MW in France. Renvico further develops a greenfield portfolio of 300 MW.

The completion of the transaction is subject to Antitrust and Foreign Investment clearances.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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ENGIE and Meridiam Bags 50-year Utility Management Concession with University of Iowa

ENGIE and Meridiam have been awarded a 50-year concession valued at more than USD 1 billion USD to address the University of Iowa’s energy, water, and sustainability goals for two campuses spanning 1,700 acres in Iowa City in Iowa. These campuses together form one of the largest University footprints in the United States.

Meridiam and ENGIE will be 50/50 partners in a new Special Purpose Vehicle that is locally resourced to deliver the requirements under the Concession Agreement. The team combines the global reference in low-carbon energy and services, ENGIE, with one of the leading long-term sustainable energy transition infrastructure investors, Meridiam. This partnership offers the University global resources, operational knowledge, and best practices needed to deliver crucial services while enabling the University to focus on its core missions in academics and research.

ENGIE will operate, maintain, optimize, and improve the on-campus utility systems for the University. The scope includes providing heating, cooling, and power to the campus through a dedicated network and managing high quality and sanitary water and storm sewer services.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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EIA analysis explores India’s projected energy consumption

In the US Energy Information Administration’s International Energy Outlook 2019, India has the fastest growing rate of energy consumption globally through 2050. By 2050, EIA projects in the IEO2019 Reference case that India will consume more energy than the United States by the mid-2040s, and its consumption will remain second only to China through 2050. Long-term energy consumption projections in India are uncertain because of its rapid rate of change magnified by the size of its economy. The Issue in Focus article explores two aspects of uncertainty regarding India’s future energy consumption: economic composition by sector and industrial sector energy intensity. When these assumptions vary, it significantly increases estimates of future energy consumption. In the IEO2019 Reference case, EIA projects the economy of India to surpass the economies of the European countries that are part of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development and the United States by the late 2030s to become the second-largest economy in the world, behind only China. In EIA’s analysis, gross domestic product values for countries and regions are expressed in purchasing power parity terms.

The IEO2019 Reference case shows India’s gross domestic product (GDP) growing from $9 trillion in 2018 to $49 trillion in 2050, an average growth rate of more than 5% per year, which is higher than the global average annual growth rate of 3% in the IEO2019 Reference case. India’s economic growth will continue to drive India’s growing energy consumption. In the IEO2019 Reference case, India’s total energy consumption increases from 35 quadrillion British thermal units (Btu) in 2018 to 120 quadrillion Btu in 2050, growing from a 6% share of the world total to 13%. However, annually, the level of GDP in India has a lower energy consumption than some other countries and regions. In the IEO2019 Combination case, India’s industrial energy consumption grows to 38 quadrillion Btu more in 2050 than in the Reference case. This difference is equal to a more than 4% increase in 2050 global energy use.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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Kremlin: aanleg gaspijpleiding Nord Stream 2 gaat door

Gepubliceerd op 21 dec 2019 om 14:18 | Views: 169

BERLIJN/MOSKOU (AFN/AFP/DPA) - De aanleg van de gaspijpleiding Nord Stream 2 door de Oostzee van Rusland naar Duitsland gaat ondanks Amerikaanse sancties gewoon door, aldus het Kremlin. "Rusland voert economische projecten uit, ongeacht de sancties van wie dan ook."

President Donald Trump heeft wetgeving getekend, waarmee de VS strenge economische sancties opleggen aan ondernemingen die zijn betrokken bij de aanleg. Het Nederlands-Zwitserse bedrijf Allseas heeft het werk aan de pijpleiding meteen stilgelegd.

Washington is tegen de pijpleiding, omdat het Kremlin daarmee meer invloed in West-Europa zou krijgen. Het Russisch-Duitse project van 10 miljard euro, is echter al bijna af. Berlijn heeft de Verenigde Staten er zaterdag van beschuldigd zich in de binnenlandse aangelegenheden van Duitsland te mengen.
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