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AGL Energy Limited is engaged in buying and selling of gas and electricity and related products and services; construction and/or operation of power generation and energy processing infrastructure; operation of natural gas storage facilities; extraction, production and sale of natural gas, and sale of distributed generation technologies, including solar, digital meters, storage and other business and residential energy services. Its segments include energy markets, which sells electricity, natural gas, and energy related products and services to consumer market, business and wholesale customers; group operations, which is a diverse power generation portfolio spread across thermal and renewable generation, including hydro, wind and solar; new energy, which includes new energy services, distributed energy services, as well as digital meter installation and data provider business, and investments, which include equity accounted investments in various energy related business.
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Graeme Peter Hunt
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Brett Alan Redman
Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, Director
Chief Financial Officer
John Patrick Fitzgerald
General Counsel, Company Secretary
Executive General Manager - People & Culture
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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
AGL Energy, Australia's largest power producer, reported a 10.3 percent rise in its half-year underlying profit helped by strong margin growth in wholesale markets and lower compliance costs in renewable energy markets.
Plans by Australia's AGL Energy to start importing liquefied natural gas from 2021 will be delayed after the state of Victoria called for the company and its pipeline partner to submit a full environmental assessment of their project.
* AGL shares rise 1 pct (Recasts with investor comment, share reaction)
Australia's biggest power producer AGL Energy Ltd, said on Friday managing director and Chief Executive Officer Andy Vesey has resigned after almost four years in the role.
AGL Energy Ltd on Friday said managing director and Chief Executive Officer Andy Vesey has resigned after almost four years in the role.
* State ministers to debate key energy policy on Friday (Recasts throughout, adds AGL CEO, fund manager comments)
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