The ENGIE Group

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Our Group

ENGIE is a global energy player and an expert operator in the three businesses of electricity, natural gas and energy services. ENGIE develops its business (power, natural gas, energy services) around a model based on responsible growth to take on the major challenges of energy transition to a low carbon economy: access to sustainable energy, climate change mitigation and adaptation, security of supply and the rational use of resources. The Group provides homes, cities and businesses with highly efficient and innovative solutions, largely based on its expertise in four key sectors:

  • Renewable energy
  • Energy efficiency
  • Liquefied natural gas
  • Digital technology

Energy Services

  • No 1 supplier of energy efficiency in the world
  • 1,300 sites throughout the world
  • 228 district cooling and heating networks operated throughout the world

Power

  • No 1 independent power producer (IPP) in the world
  • No 1 IPP in the Persian Gulf countries, Brazil and Thailand
  • No 6 supplier in Europe
  • 117.1 GW of installed power production capacity
  • 8.1 GW of power production capacity under construction
  • 21.5 GW of installed power production capacity in renewable energy
The ENGIE Group

Natural Gas

  • A supply portfolio of 1,132 TWh
  • No 2 seller in Europe
  • No 1 distribution network in Europe
  • No 2 transport network in Europe
  • No 1 vendor of storage capacity in Europe
  • 343 exploration and/or production licenses in 13 countries
  • 699 mboe of proven and probable reserves

LNG

  • No 1 importer of LNG in Europe
  • No 5 LNG portfolio in the world
  • No 1 operator of LNG terminals in Europe
  • A LNG supply portfolio of 245 TWh (16.4 mtpa) from 6 countries
  • A fleet of 14 LNG tankers (inc. 2 regasification vessels)

ENGIE’s Ethics Guidelines

The Group’s activities in this area pursue four fundamental principles: acting in accordance with laws and regulations, establishing a culture of integrity, behaving fairly and honestly, and respecting others. The Group follows these principles while respecting the diversity of local cultures.

The Ethics Charter defines the ethical principles that all ENGIE employees are expected to apply to their professional practices and conduct towards anyone with whom the Group has dealings. In addition, the Ethics Charter describes ethical governance such as it is put into practice within the Group.

View ENGIE’s Ethics Charter

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