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Last €3.01 EUR
Change Today -0.057 / -1.86%
Volume 26.5K
As of 1:36 PM 07/3/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).

abengoa sa -cl a (AYO) Snapshot

Open
€2.96
Previous Close
€3.06
Day High
€3.09
Day Low
€2.96
52 Week High
09/5/14 - €4.90
52 Week Low
11/14/14 - €1.65
Market Cap
2.7B
Average Volume 10 Days
6.6K
EPS TTM
--
Shares Outstanding
83.7M
EX-Date
04/17/15
P/E TM
--
Dividend
€0.11
Dividend Yield
3.76%
Current Stock Chart for ABENGOA SA -CL A (AYO)

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abengoa sa -cl a (AYO) Details

Abengoa, S.A., an engineering and clean technology company, provides solutions for energy and environmental sectors worldwide. It operates through three segments: Engineering and Construction, Concession-Type Infrastructure, and Industrial Production. The Engineering and Construction segment is involved in the engineering and construction of electrical, mechanical, and instrumental infrastructures in the energy, industrial, water management, and services sectors. This segment is engaged in the development, design, and construction of renewable energy plants, including solar, wind, ethanol, biodiesel, and biomass plants; power transmission lines; conventional energy plants; and water treatment, desalination plants, other hydraulic infrastructures, and industrial installations, as well as provision of operation and maintenance services for conventional and renewable energy power plants. It is also involved in the development of thermo-solar and water management technology; and technology businesses, such as hydrogen energy or the management of energy crops. The Concession-Type Infrastructure segment is engaged in the construction, operation, and maintenance of power transmission infrastructure; conventional and renewable energy plants; and water generation, transportation, and management facilities, including desalination, treatment and water purification plants, and water pipelines. The Industrial Production segment develops and produces biofuels for transportation, which are used as components of gasoline or for direct blending with gasoline or diesel. This segment also produces distillers, grains, and solubles; sugar; and electricity and carbon dioxide as by-products of the ethanol production process for sale to third parties. Abengoa, S.A. was founded in 1941 and is headquartered in Seville, Spain.

24,771 Employees
Last Reported Date: 05/14/15
Founded in 1941

abengoa sa -cl a (AYO) Top Compensated Officers

Executive Chairman and President of Abengoa F...
Total Annual Compensation: €4.4M
Chairman of International Advisory Board and ...
Total Annual Compensation: €1.8M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

abengoa sa -cl a (AYO) Key Developments

Federal Electricity Commission Selects Abengoa SA to Construct Four New Substations

Abengoa SA has been selected by Federal Electricity Commission to construct four new substations in the state of Sinaloa, north-west Mexico. The company will be responsible for the engineering, design, construction and commissioning of the Louisiana Banco 2, San Rafael, Los Mochis I and III substations. The project is expected to be completed within 16 months. The company has been involved in numerous projects in the country, most notably the cogeneration plant that it is currently constructing for Pemex, and the El Zapotillo aqueduct, which will supply drinking water to nearly 1.5 million Mexicans.

Abengoa Commences Construction of the 148.5MW Tres Mesas Wind Power Plant in Tamaulipas, Mexico

Abengoa has commenced construction of the 148.5MW Tres Mesas wind power plant in Tamaulipas, Mexico. Being built in the towns of Llera de Canales and Casas, the wind facility will feature 45 Vestas-developed V117-3.3MW turbines and will generate 520,000MWh of clean electricity annually, required to power approximately 71,000 homes. The farm will be connected to the Federal Electricity Commission's network, as part of the self-supply scheme. Abengoa is undertaking the engineering and the construction phase of the project for Oak Creek Energy Systems.

Abengoa Announces Executive Changes

Abengoa announced that its Board of Directors at the meeting held on May 18, 2015, accepted the resignation as CEO by Manuel Sanchez Ortega for strictly personal reasons. During the same meeting, the Board unanimously approved the appointment of Santiago Seage, who had previously resigned as CEO of Abengoa Yield, as the new CEO with immediate effect. Manuel Sanchez will continue in office as non executive first vice chairman of Abengoa, and joins the International Advisory Board of Abengoa.

 

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