Engie (ENGI) is a France-based international energy company focused on three major segments: energy services, natural gas, and electricity. The business employs over 160,000 people, working across 70 countries worldwide. Founded in 2008, Engie pioneered nuclear energy in Europe and was the first European energy company to develop a profound knowledge of upstream and downstream activities. Today Engie owns and manages 7 nuclear reactors in Belgium.
The company operates through five business lines, including: Energy Europe, specialising in electricity production and gas distribution and supply across continental Europe; Energy International, engaged in power supply in Latin America, North America, Great Britain, Middle East, Asia and Africa; Global Gas and LNG, dealing with oil and gas exploration and production services across Europe; Infrastructures, focusing on natural gas supply, storage and transportation; and Energy Services, delivering multi-technical services.
The group serves as the world’s reference in low-carbon energy. In response to environmental challenges and the urgency of climate change, the company is aiming to become a global leader in the zero carbon transition “as a service” to the company’s clients, mainly including local authorities and global companies. Engie offers competitive turnkey solutions in the sphere of renewable energy, gas and services.
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