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E.ON SE reaffirms FY 2015 outlook
Wednesday, 12 Aug 2015 01:22am EDT 

E.ON SE:Reaffirms FY 2015 outlook.Still expects 2015 EBITDA of 7 billion - 7.6 billion euros, underlying net income of 1.4 billion - 1.8 billion euros.  Full Article

ERG SpA buys hydroelectric power plant for 0.95 billion euros from E.ON SE
Thursday, 6 Aug 2015 03:21pm EDT 

ERG SpA:Its subsidiary, ERG Power Generation, signed contract with E.ON Italia for acquisiton of a portfolio of hydroelectric power plants in Italy.Portfolio consists of 16 power plants, 7 dams, 3 reservoirs and a pumping station. The estimated overall average annual output is around 1.4 TWh.Deal value is 0.95 billion euros.  Full Article

Gazprom, E.ON SE, Shell and OMV agree to develop gas transportation capacities for the deliveries of the Russian natural gas to Europe
Thursday, 18 Jun 2015 05:44am EDT 

E.ON SE:During St. Petersburg International Economic Forum Gazprom OAO, E.ON SE, Royal Dutch Shell plc and OMV AG, signed Memorandums of Understanding on cooperation in the project of construction of the gas transportation infrastructure for direct deliveries of Russian natural gas to European customers.The Memorandums reflect the parties' intentions to implement the project of construction of two gas pipelines through the Baltic Sea from Russia to Germany.The throughput capacity of the new gas pipeline will be 55 billion cubic meters per year.  Full Article

E.ON SE confirms FY 2015 outlook
Wednesday, 6 May 2015 08:00pm EDT 

E.ON SE:Still expects 2015 EBITDA of 7 billion - 7.6 billion euros, underlying net income of 1.4 billion - 1.8 billion euros.  Full Article

E.ON SE fined 7.75 million Pounds for overcharging customers - The Guardian
Thursday, 2 Apr 2015 05:03am EDT 

E.ON SE:Has been fined nearly 8 million Pounds for incorrectly charging customers – The Guardian.Energy regulator Ofgem imposed the 7.75 million Pounds penalty after it discovered E.ON was incorrectly charging exit fees and overcharging customers following price rises in 2013 and 2014.Under the regulator’s rules, suppliers have to give customers 30 days’ notice of a price rise to allow people a chance to switch to another supplier if they want to.If a customer tells their supplier they are going to move within that time, they should not be charged an exit fee or the higher energy price even if the switch takes place after the price rise.E.ON failed to follow these rules.The penalty also takes into account that E.ON made the same billing error in 2012.  Full Article

E.ON gives FY 2015 net income outlook in line with analysts' estimates, FY 2015 EBITDA forecast below analysts' estimates
Wednesday, 11 Mar 2015 02:30am EDT 

E.ON SE:Expects FY 2015 underlying net income of 1.4-1.8 billion euros.Expects FY 2015 EBITDA of 7-7.6 billion euros.FY 2015 EBITDA estimate 7.8 billion euros, net income estimate 1.7 billion euros - Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.  Full Article

E.ON SE sells solar business in Italy
Thursday, 19 Feb 2015 07:00pm EST 

E.ON SE:Divests its solar business in Italy to private infrastructure fund F2I SGR.Says activities sold comprise total generating capacity of 49 megawatt.Agreed not to disclose purchase price.  Full Article

E.ON SE - E.ON Global Commodities signs complete package to export U.S. LNG
Wednesday, 11 Feb 2015 07:00pm EST 

E.ON SE:E.ON Global Commodities SE (EGC SE) and Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL) conclude a 20-year deal for free-on-board shipping capacity.E.ON Global Commodities North America LLC (EGC NA) concludes precedent agreement to ship natural gas on the planned Coastal Bend Header Project.  Full Article

E.ON SE to divest its coal and gas generation assets in Italy to Czech energy company EPH
Monday, 12 Jan 2015 06:06am EST 

E.ON SE:Says to divest its coal and gas generation assets in Italy to Czech energy company EPH.Says activities that will be sold have a total generation capacity of about 4,500 MW.Says continues to assess possible divestment of other businesses in Italy.  Full Article

Calls grow to make IT equipment makers liable after D.Telekom attack

BERLIN Leading German politicians have called for IT and telecoms equipment makers to be held liable for cyber attacks, after a failed attempt to hijack consumer router devices caused widespread disruption for Deutsche Telekom customers.