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AGL Energy Limited (AGK.AX)

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  • Bloomberg2 years ago

    AGL Flags $327 Million Writedown on Gas Projects, Asset Sales

    AGL Energy Ltd., Australia’s biggest power producer, will cut about A$435 million ($327 million) off the value of its underperforming gas operations and flagged additional asset sales. It will also lop about A$193 million off the value of the Gloucester gas project after production delays and further charges on the sale of its Cooper Oil business. The company will “focus on a small number of gas projects including strategically important gas storage while avoiding significant capital expenditure,” Sydney-based AGL said in the statement.

  • Bloomberg2 years ago

    AGL Targets A$1 Billion in Asset Sales as Part of New Strategy

    AGL Energy Ltd., Australia’s biggest power producer, is targeting about A$1 billion ($780 million) in asset sales and cutting costs as the company prepares for what it sees as a transformation in the sector. AGL, led by new Chief Executive Officer Andy Vesey, plans to shutter its coal-fired power plants by 2050 while moving like Elon Musk’s Tesla Motors Inc. into battery storage, and evaluating technologies such as electric cars. “Energy markets will be transformed” by new products such as solar power and battery storage, it said.

  • Bloomberg2 years ago

    Chardonnay, Fracking to Batteries: One Utility’s Evolving Menu

    At the Concours des Vins competition in Sydney last year the 175th Anniversary Spring Mountain Chardonnay won a gold medal . Nothing unusual so far -- expect the vineyard’s owned by Australia’s largest power supplier. AGL Energy Ltd. bought Spring Mountain and the Yellow Rock Estate to show that extracting natural gas from coal beds can operate alongside producing vintage wines.