Tagged With GDF
Collaboration on cards for Santos and GDF Suez LNG amid rising costs
8 July 2014
Surging development costs have put the next wave of projects on ice, but gas players are finally teaming up to help trim costs
GDF Suez puts its faith in UK gas despite forecast declines
21 May 2014
The company has made a commitment to UKCS exploration and in particular the Cygnus gas field
Is the UK the best shale bet in Europe?
20 January 2014
With exploration stalled in mainland Europe, the UK government's unconventionals push has opened a new frontier for investors and E&P companies alike.
Gas still bound by oil link in global markets
10 July 2012
GDF Suez’s Jean-Marie Dauger explained to Kwok W Wan why diversity is key to gas’s golden age
GDF Suez is eyeing up lucrative markets
7 June 2012
France's GDF Suez is tidying up its business, with an eye on more lucrative markets elsewhere
GDF Suez in Gazprom contract talks
16 September 2011
GDF Suez is renegotiating long-term, oil-linked contracts with Gazprom and could take the Russian monopoly to arbitration, chief executive officer Gerard Mestrallet said on Thursday
France has real potential for shale gas development
4 August 2010
... but only if the industry can co-exist with the legions of tourists who help prop up the country's economy
Gas and oil prices to continue to diverge through 2010
7 October 2009
Oil and natural gas prices will continue to diverge next year and possibly beyond
Liberalisation drives M&A spree
1 January 2007
The European Commission is talking tough on mergers and acquisitions between the region's utility companies, but this will not slow the pace of deals in 2007, writes NJ Watson
A return to profit
1 July 2005
Suez's has finally turned the corner after a terrible period. But a cloud still hangs over the French industrial and services group in the form of a dispute with a minority shareholder over its complex structure, writes Nick Watson