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AGL Energy Sees FY21 Underlying EBITDA Between $1,585 Mln & $1,845 Mln
AGL Energy Posts HY Underlying Profit After Tax Attributable Of $317 Mln
AGL Energy Expects Charges Of $2,686 Mln Post-Tax in HY Statements
AGL Energy Ltd is an Australia-based company that supplies energy and other services. The Company’s segments include Wholesale Markets, Customer Markets, Group Operations and Investments. Wholesale Markets comprises Wholesale Electricity, Wholesale Gas and Eco Markets and also controls the dispatch of its owned and contracted generation assets and associated portfolio of energy/hedging products. Customer Markets comprises the consumer and large business customer portfolios and is responsible for the retailing of electricity, gas, solar and energy efficiency products and services. Group Operations comprises its power generation portfolio and other sites and operating facilities across the thermal, renewables, natural gas, and other business units. Investments comprises its interests in the ActewAGL Retail Partnership, Perth Energy, PARF, Advanced Microgrid Solutions Inc, Energy Impact Partners' Fund, Solar Analytics Pty Limited, Sunverge Energy Inc and Ecobee Inc.
L 22 101 Miller St
NORTH SYDNEY, NSW
Graeme Peter Hunt
Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board
Brett Alan Redman
Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, Executive Director
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Operating Officer
John Patrick Fitzgerald
General Counsel, Company Secretary
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* AGL has no plans to speed up coal-fired plant closures (Recasts throughout with CEO, CFO comments)
Australia's AGL Energy Ltd on Thursday made a final bid for approval of a long delayed gas import terminal in the state of Victoria which it said would fill an expected shortfall in gas supply from 2024 and not damage the environment.
* Targets big boost in renewable energy share of generation (Adds four-year targets for customers and supply, share movement)
AGL Energy Ltd, Australia's biggest carbon emitter, will partly link executive long term bonuses to emissions cuts, as part of a climate action plan it announced on Tuesday.
AGL Energy, Australia's top power producer, has scrapped a plan to develop a 250 megawatt (MW) pumped hydropower energy storage project at an old mine pit in South Australia, as the owner wants to continue mining at the site.
AGL Energy, Australia's biggest power producer, signed up to buy stored power from a 100 megawatt (MW) battery to be built by renewable energy developer Vena Energy in the state of Queensland, where there is a growing supply of solar power.
Australia's AGL Energy Ltd <AGL.AX> has agreed a 15-year deal to buy battery power from Maoneng Group to ensure supply and pricing security during peak periods, the companies said on Wednesday.
AGL Energy, Australia's largest power producer, said on Wednesday it is working hard to ensure its two biggest single customers, the Portland and Tomago aluminum smelters, remain open.
Australia's AGL Energy Ltd <AGL.AX> on Wednesday offered to buy local telecom firm Southern Phone Company in its second attempt this year to expand into the telco sector, aiming to cross-sell broadband and data to its large base of power and gas customers.
Australia's AGL Energy offered on Wednesday to buy local telecommunications provider Southern Phone Co Ltd for about A$27.5 million ($18.56 million), marking the electricity retailer's second foray into the telecom sector this year.
* AGL still hunting for acquisitions (Adds CEO, analyst comments)
* Extension to help energy market cope with "critical summer"
Australia's AGL Energy Ltd withdrew a proposal to buy Vocus Group on Monday, just days after it offered A$3.02 billion ($2.08 billion) for the telecoms firm, knocking Vocus shares down by a third.
Australia's AGL Energy Ltd said on Monday it would stop due diligence on Vocus Group just days after it offered A$3.02 billion ($2.08 billion) for the telecoms firm.
AGL Energy has no plans to break up its takeover target, telecoms firm Vocus Group Ltd, but instead will aim to grow the combined businesses, AGL Chief Executive Brett Redman said on Wednesday.
AGL Energy Ltd took a second tilt at telecoms firm Vocus Group Ltd on Tuesday with a fresh A$3.02 billion ($2.10 billion) offer - just weeks after withdrawing a previous approach - as it looks to cross-sell to its big customer base.
Australian telecoms company Vocus Group Ltd said on Tuesday it has received a non-binding, indicative acquisition proposal from AGL Energy Ltd for A$3.02 billion ($2.10 billion).
AGL Energy said it made then quit a takeover play for Vocus as it could not agree on due diligence terms with the Australian telecoms company, which is looking at a separate $2.3 billion offer from Swedish private-equity firm EQT.
AGL Energy, Australia's top power producer, on Friday said it had approached Vocus Group Ltd about a possible takeover offer but has now withdrawn its bid for the telecoms junior.
* Says maintaining ageing coal plants is getting more expensive
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