All change for German utilities

October 2011
Utility Week;10/28/2011, p9
Trade Publication
The article details the strategies being put in place by German utilities RWE and Eon to sustain power generation beyond the 2022 deadline following the nuclear disaster in Fukushima, Japan in March 2011. RWE and Gazprom are planning a joint venture aimed at deliver cheaper gas supplies. Eon intends to sell its gas network arm Open Grids Europe (OGE) as part of a package of disposals. RWE and Eon propose Gazprom to uncouple long-term gas supply contract prices from oil prices.


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