IOB - IOB Delayed price. Currency in EUR
+0.26 (+1.91%)
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Previous close13.90
Bid14.02 x 0
Ask14.31 x 0
Day's range13.96 - 14.18
52-week range11.32 - 14.38
Avg. volume1,615,318
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  • Reuters

    UK regulator fines Engie unit for gas price manipulation by trader

    Ofgem has fined a unit of France's Engie for market abuse after one of its traders manipulated wholesale British gas prices over a three month period in 2016, the energy regulator said on Thursday. It said the trader from Engie Global Markets (EGM) had "spoofed" the National Balancing Point (NBP) month-ahead gas price, a European benchmark gas price. "A market participant alerted Ofgem to suspicious activity on the wholesale gas market," Ofgem said in a statement.

  • Engie expects half its new renewables projects from PPA deals

    Engie expects half its new renewables projects from PPA deals

    French gas and power group Engie expects that half of its new renewable energy projects in 2019-2021 will come from power purchase agreements (PPAs) with companies or municipalities, the company said on Tuesday. As costs and subsidy levels for wind and solar drop, a growing number of government renewable energy projects are being awarded through competitive bidding. Engie and other renewable energy developers are increasingly signing PPA contracts with big companies and cities.

  • Reuters

    Engie and Eni searched by French watchdog in anti-competition probe

    France's consumer fraud watchdog said on Monday it had carried out raids at the premises of 13 energy firms in the French retail electricity and gas market, as part of an investigation into possible anti-competitive practices. The DGCCRF regulator, an arm of the finance ministry, said two energy firms and 11 subcontracting companies were searched during a simultaneous raids on June 23. A source close to the investigation said Italy's Eni was the second energy firm targeted by the investigation.

  • Fiat Chrysler signs EV charge point deals with Enel, Engie

    Fiat Chrysler signs EV charge point deals with Enel, Engie

    Carmaker Fiat Chrysler (FCA) has signed an agreement with European utilities Enel and Engie to help offer its customers charging points for electric vehicles (EV) it is planning to roll out. FCA, which is lagging rivals in developing electrified vehicles, said last June it would invest 9 billion euros (£8 billion) over the next five years to introduce hybrid and electric cars across all regions.

  • Reuters

    French Engie, Portugal's EDP aim be second-biggest offshore wind developer with JV

    LONDON/PARIS (Reuters) - French utility Engie and Portugal's EDP said on Tuesday they will invest 15 billion euros ($16.7 billion) with the aim of becoming the world's number two offshore wind developer after Denmark's Orsted. The two utilities, which have no operational offshore wind parks so far, said they will combine their offshore wind assets and project pipelines, starting with a total of 1.5 gigawatts (GW) under construction and 4 GW under development. "From day one, the JV will be among the top five players in this market," Engie CEO Isabelle Kocher said at a press briefing on the new joint venture in London.

  • Reuters

    France's Engie is weighing a takeover of Emcor: Bloomberg

    (Reuters) - French utility Engie SA is considering a takeover of Emcor Group Inc, as it seeks to expand in the U.S. market, Bloomberg said on Saturday, citing people familiar with the matter. Engie is ...

  • Reuters

    Engie-led consortium seals $8.6 billion purchase of Petrobras pipeline unit

    A consortium led by French utility Engie has won a bid for Petrobras' TAG pipeline arm with an $8.6 billion offer, in a deal that boosts Engie's presence in the fast-growing Brazilian market and helps Petrobras cut debts. Engie said on Monday its successful offer for a 90 percent stake in TAG was made alongside Canada's state-owned financial and investment firm Caisse de Dépôt et Placement du Québec, with more than $310 billion under management. Petrobras will keep the remaining 10 percent.

  • Reuters

    Petrobras agrees to sell pipeline unit to Engie for $8.6 billion

    SAO PAULO/RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - A consortium led by France's Engie SA submitted the highest offer for a major gas pipeline unit owned by Brazil's Petroleo Brasileiro SA, the state-run oil firm said on Friday, as the company's biggest divestment draws to a close. In a filing, Petrobras, as the company is known, said the Engie consortium, which includes Canada's Caisse de Dépôt e Placement du Québec, presented an $8.6 billion bid for 90 percent of the TAG gas pipeline unit in northern and northeastern Brazil.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Field of prospective bidders for Dutch energy firm Eneco narrows - sources

    The field of prospective bidders for Dutch energy company Eneco has narrowed as initial interest from big electricity players including France's Engie and Austria's Verbund has fizzled out, sources close to the matter said. The 53 municipalities that currently own Eneco, estimated by analysts to be worth about 3 billion euros ($3.35 billion), said in December they would sell the company through an auction later this year. Austrian energy group Verbund said it would not be among them.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    FOCUS-Engie to scale back overseas, cut costs to boost revenues - sources

    Utility Engie is poised to cut back its geographical spread of businesses and focus on grids and renewables in a 1 billion euro cost-cutting drive to bolster revenues, sources familiar with the matter said. Engie has been criticised for being too complex and conglomerate-like and CEO Isabelle Kocher is expected to address this in a 2019-2021 corporate strategy plan to be announced next Thursday, when the company also releases 2018 results. Two sources with knowledge of the company's plans said Kocher was likely to scale back the number of countries Engie operates in - it is present in some 70 countries - notably in central Europe.

  • Engie to present 1 billion euro cost-cutting plan - Les Echos

    Engie to present 1 billion euro cost-cutting plan - Les Echos

    PARIS (Reuters) - French gas and power group Engie is preparing to present a cost-cutting plan next week aimed at boosting profits by one billion euros (869 million pounds), French business newspaper Les ...

  • Energy giant Total to move UK trading jobs to Geneva
    Sky News

    Energy giant Total to move UK trading jobs to Geneva

    Staff at French oil and gas giant Total have been told it is moving its trading operations from London to Geneva in September in a move affecting 200 jobs, Sky News understands. The company declined to comment on the numbers but did acknowledge that it was planning to consolidate trading and marketing activities currently split between London, Paris and Geneva. In a statement issued to Sky News, it said Brexit was "not at all" a factor in the move.

  • Reuters

    Belgium nuclear regulator clears Engie's Doel 2 reactor for restart

    PARIS, France (Reuters) - Belgian nuclear regulator AFCN said on Friday it has authorised Engie Electrabel, a unit of France's Engie (ENGIE.PA) to restart its Doel 2 nuclear reactor after a cooling pipe ...

  • Engie extends outage at Belgium's Doel 1 nuclear reactor

    Engie extends outage at Belgium's Doel 1 nuclear reactor

    Belgium's Engie Electrabel (ENGIE.PA) has extended the outage at its Doel 1 nuclear reactor to March 15 for repairs on a water leak, the company said on Tuesday. Reactors Doel 1 and 2 near Antwerp were scheduled to halt production in 2015 but the Belgian government subsequently extended their lives by 10 years. Both reactors have been offline since April after a leak in Doel 1's water cooling system was discovered.

  • Reuters

    France asks Engie to take hedging positions over gas price freeze

    The French government said on Sunday it had asked utility Engie to take hedging positions to ensure gas prices do not rise until June next year. Unlike power prices, which typically move once a year, gas prices move every month in France and are set using a formula that takes into account production costs. Many French governments have postponed tariff increases to protect consumers and their own approval ratings in the past, but legally the government has no authority to set prices.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    EU mergers and takeovers (Dec 6)

    The following are mergers under review by the European Commission and a brief guide to the EU merger process: APPROVALS AND WITHDRAWALS -- ENGIE, Predica Prévoyance Dialogue du Crédit Agricole and Omnes ...

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