It's off Civitavecchia in Italy on the ENGIE GC32 foiling catamaran that skipper Sébastien Rogues and his crew will go head-to-head with the big names of foiling multihulls for the fourth stage of the Bullitt GC32 Racing Tour from August 27 to 30.
At least a year ahead of the Rio Olympics, Team ENGIE came together for a week's sailing in Rio's legendary Guanabara Bay to compete in the Test Event in preparation for summer 2016.
As a local and sustainable source of energy, wood can be used as a fuel for heat generating plants. The wood energy sector also offers a solution for forestry care and renewal that has the added benefit of generating local jobs.
ENGIE has been developing the Cameroon LNG project in partnership with the country's national oil and gas company Société Nationale des Hydrocarbures (SNH) since 2008. The aim of this project on the south coast of Cameroon is to build a natural gas liquefaction plant with a maximum capacity of 3.5 million metric tons of liquefied natural gas for export. The new plant is expected to come on stream in 2021.
The Group is committed to inventing the sustainable city of the future, and has made this commitment one of its central specialties. ENGIE is therefore implementing solutions to improve the urban ecosystem without compromising the quality of life, comfort and convenience of residents.
ENGIE is strengthening its US presence with a 16% stake in the development of the Cameron LNG natural gas liquefaction plant close to the Gulf of Mexico in Louisiana. The Cameron LNG plant is expected to start operations in late 2017.
To ensure continuity of clean energy supplies for consumers, ENGIE is constantly diversifying its power generating base by incorporating sources of renewable energy. These inexhaustible energy sources emit few greenhouse gases and form part of the solutions offered by the Group in response to the energy challenges of today and tomorrow.
On April 12, 2014, the Grace Barleria, one of the Group's Flagship LNG carriers, received a cargo of liquefied natural gas from her sister ship the Grace Dahlia. The transfer was made at the Montoir-de-Bretagne liquefied natural gas terminal operated by Group subsidiary Elengy, which specializes in this type of operation.
South Africa has the largest electricity market in Africa, with an installed generating capacity of more than 45 GW. Strong economic growth here has taken this country's demand for electricity through the roof in recent years. Find out more about all the landmark projects being developed here by ENGIE.
With an expanding world population that is increasingly hungry for energy, good practices to reduce energy consumption and boost energy efficiency, whether as individuals or as a community, are essential for optimizing energy consumption.