Company Overview of STEAG GmbH
STEAG GmbH plans, constructs, and operates power plants and distributed energy facilities using fossil fuels (hard coal, natural gas, and refinery by-products) and renewable energy sources (biomass, biogas, mine gas, geothermal energy, and wind). It offers products and services in the areas of electricity and fuel marketing, operation and maintenance management, district heating, energy, carbon dioxide and approval management, operation and energy management system, technical, and communication engineering aspects. The company provides its services to energy utilities, municipal enterprises, and industrial and commercial businesses; and customers ranging from private individuals to large con...
Rüttenscheider Straße 1-3
Founded in 1937
Key Executives for STEAG GmbH
Chairman of The Management Board and Head of Business Development & Power Business Line
Human Resources Director, Labor Relations Director and Member of Management Board
Deputy Department Head Risk Controlling
Head of Corporate Communications
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
STEAG GmbH Key Developments
EPH Reportedly To Buy Vattenfall's German Lignite Assets
Apr 8 16
Energeticky a Prumyslovy Holding, a.s. (EPH) is considering buying Vattenfall AB's lignite coal assets in eastern Germany after the withdrawal of other prominent suitors, Reuters reported, citing people familiar with the matter. According to one of the sources, a deal would be signed next week. A second source said that Vattenfall's supervisory board was expected to give a final approval in about 10 days. Czech Coal Group, STEAG GmbH and Macquarie Asset Management Inc are understood to have dropped out of the bidding. STEAG and Macquarie had proposed setting up a foundation to take over the assets and liabilities connected to the lignite operations, and had also demanded a large contribution from Vattenfall. EPH declined to comment when contacted by the news agency. Vattenfall, Macquarie and Czech Coal did not comment either.
Bidders Reportedly Shortlisted In Sale Of Energy From Waste
Dec 18 15
Bidders have reportedly been shortlisted in an auction of Energy from Waste GmbH. Three bidders have been shortlisted in an auction of Energy from Waste (EEW), in a deal potentially worth more than €1.7 billion ($1.8 billion), two people familiar with the matter said. Beijing Enterprises Holdings Ltd. (SEHK:392), Fortum Oyj (HLSE:FUM1V) and a consortium comprising infrastructure investor Macquarie Group Limited (ASX:MQG) and STEAG GmbH have been asked to hand in final bids for Energy from Waste (EEW) by late January, the people added. Other interested parties such as China Everbright International Ltd. (SEHK:257) and Beijing Capital Group Co., Ltd. are currently out of the process as their offers came in below the cut-off price of €1.7 billion, one of the sources said. EEW's owner EQT Partners AB as well as the bidders declined to comment, except for Beijing Enterprises and Beijing Capital which were not immediately available for comment.
Firms Interested In Acquiring EEW Energy
Nov 24 15
Several firms have reportedly expressed interest in acquiring EEW Energy from Waste GmbH from EQT Partners AB. Interested parties include China Everbright International Ltd. (SEHK:257), Beijing Enterprises Water Group Limited (SEHK:371), Beijing Capital Group Co., Ltd. and STEAG GmbH. The deal is expected to be worth between $1.6 billion to $2.13 billion.
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