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Genesis Energy Posts H1 Net Profit NZ$53 Million
Genesis Energy Says It Is Time To Review Co's 46% Ownership Of Kupe
Genesis Energy Says Q1 Total Electricity Sales Volumes Up 3.4%
Genesis Energy Limited is an energy company involved in the generation of electricity, retailing and trading of energy, and the development and procurement of fuel sources. The Company operates through four segments: Customer experience, Energy management, Oil and gas, and Corporate. The Customer experience segment is engaged in supplying of energy (electricity, gas and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG)) and related services to end user customers. The Energy management segment is engaged in the generation and trading of electricity and related products. The segment includes electricity sales to the wholesale electricity market, derivatives entered into to fix the price of electricity, and wholesale gas and coal sales. The Oil and gas segment is engaged in the exploration, development, production and sale of gas, LPG and light oil. The Corporate segment is engaged in new generation investigation and development, fuel management, information systems and property management, among others.
The Genesis Energy Building
660 Great South Road, Greenlane
Independent Chairman of the Board
Marc Sheldon England
Chief Executive Officer
Christopher Harding Jewell
Chief Financial Officer, Executive General Manager - Strategy
Chief Operations Officer, Executive General Manager - Wholesale Operations and Kupe Joint Venture
Chief People Officer
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Australian shares closed a muted session lower on Friday, as losses in the prominent gold sector outweighed gains in financials, while investors held off big bets as major cities across the world reported virus outbreaks and shutdowns.
Australian shares gave up early gains to trade flat on Friday, as mounting fears of a deep global economic recession offset a jump in energy stocks on the back of an overnight rally in crude oil futures.
Australian shares kicked off the new quarter in positive fashion by rising 3% on Wednesday, as investors hoped unprecedented stimulus unleashed by governments and central banks around the world would soften the coronavirus' devastating economic impact.
* Material stocks hit 1-month low; IAG slumps on hailstorm claims
* U.S.-China Phase 1 deal to be signed later in day (Updates to close)
* Trump to sign Phase 1 deal with China's He later in the day
* Trade deal hopes lift shares, but investors on edge - Analyst
Global miner Rio Tinto Ltd on Wednesday flagged a possible pullback or closure of New Zealand's Aluminum Smelter (NZAS), citing weakness in the aluminum market and high energy costs.
Australian shares advanced marginally on Monday, as huge gains in the energy sector, inspired by a leap in oil prices, were limited by downward trending financials, amid global growth jitters.
Australian shares on Friday fell on the quarter's last day, pulled down by mining and energy stocks, as investors awaited the Saturday meeting in Japan between the U.S. and China presidents.
Australian shares ended higher on Thursday, lifted by commodity and energy-related stocks, though trading volumes were light as many investors kept to the sidelines before this weekend's Group of 20 meeting in Japan.
* Mining index hits a more than 2-month low (Updates to close)
An extended rally in Australian shares ran out of steam on Thursday, as investors took some money off the table with all the recent outperformers turning tail in the process.
Australian shares edged lower on Thursday, as investors awaited further details on U.S.-China trade talks, while a slump in the world's biggest miner BHP's shares kept the benchmark in check.
* Beverage maker Coca-Cola Amatil top loser on the main index
* Australian shares down as materials offset financials' gains
New Zealand has set out to burnish its clean, green image by becoming Asia Pacific's first developed economy to stop using fossil fuels to generate power, although the pitfalls encountered by a Maori iwi, or tribe, may signal trouble ahead.
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