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Toshiba to quit its leading role in UK’S Moorside nuclear station

The UK’s plan to build Europe’s largest nuclear power plant could be scrapped after Japan's Toshiba Corp, which is developing the project with France's Engie, admitted it would have to take billions of pounds' worth of write-downs in its nuclear business and said it would scale back its overseas ambitions.

read more... 15/02/2017

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Engie welcomes first gas delivery at Cygnus field in the North Sea

ENGIE E&P UK (formerly GDF Suez E&P) had started production from the giant Cygnus southern North Sea gas development.

read more... 15/12/2016

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Qatar's Nebras wants to purchase Engie's stake in Indonesia's Paiton

Qatar's Nebras Power intends to buy a 35.5 percent stake held by French utility Engie in Indonesia's biggest independent electricity producer PT Paiton Energy by the end of 2016, as stated by the CEO of Nebras on Monday.

read more... 02/11/2016

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France: Engie signs an agreement to reserve gas storage in Ukraine

French utility Engie declared on Friday it would form a subsidiary in Ukraine and inked an agreement with transmission system operator UkrTransGaz to reserve transport and gas storage capacities there, beginning with this winter.

read more... 31/10/2016

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Engie launches first marine geothermal power station in France

French utility Engie on Monday evening celebrated the inauguration of France’s first marine geothermal power station Thassalia in Marseille.

read more... 19/10/2016

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