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Don't discount AGL Energy interest in Alinta generators, Macquarie says

The Australian Financial Review - ‎Jul 13, 2016‎
Most of the focus on AGL Energy and its interest in up-for-sale Alinta Energy has been around Alinta's Western Australian gas network.

What's AGL Energy Ltd Upside After Today's Huge Increase?

Consumer Eagle - ‎Jul 19, 2016‎
The stock of AGL Energy Ltd (ASX:AGL) is a huge mover today! About 580,852 shares traded hands. AGL Energy Ltd (ASX:AGL) has risen 17.87% since December 22, 2015 and is uptrending.

Could AGL Energy Ltd Recover After Today's Huge Decline?

Consumer Eagle - ‎Jul 20, 2016‎
The stock of AGL Energy Ltd (ASX:AGL) is a huge mover today! About 1.34M shares traded hands. AGL Energy Ltd (ASX:AGL) has risen 17.74% since December 23, 2015 and is uptrending.

AGL calls for Fair Work backup in pay dispute

Herald Sun - ‎Jul 21, 2016‎
AGL has requested the termination of an enterprise agreement that has been rolled over for seven months amid tense negotiations with the Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union. The 2012 pay and conditions deal was due to replaced at the end of ...
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Clean Energy Down Under

Moneyshow.com (registration) - ‎Jul 20, 2016‎
In addition to its bountiful mineral resources and fossil fuels, Australia boasts some of the best conditions in the world for solar power, states Roger Conrad, editor of Conrad's Utility Investor.

Huadian weighs all-in-one Alinta buy; AGL has Plan B

The Australian Financial Review - ‎Jul 11, 2016‎
Ambitions by China Huadian Corporation to bid for 100 per cent of Alinta Energy are said to be discouraging a number of Chinese parties that have their eye only on the utility's infrastructure assets.
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How gas generators cashed in on South Australia's “energy crisis”

RenewEconomy - ‎Jul 21, 2016‎
During the recent price spikes in South Australia, the AER reported in its recent analysis, AGL Energy's Loy Yang A closed down three units because of “coal quality” issues.
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CFMEU dispute threatens Victoria's electricity supply

The Australian - ‎Jul 11, 2016‎
The Fair Work Commission issued an interim order against the Construction Forestry Energy and Mining Union, ordering for workers to return to normal working conditions at the Loy Yang A power plant, operated by AGL Energy. Some of the union demands ...
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Regulator opens up new battleground over Australia's dirty, dumb grid

RenewEconomy - ‎Jul 21, 2016‎
The review has been at least partly triggered by requests for rule changes by some of the market's big players, such as AGL Energy, for a new market that some fear could be used to reinforce the dominant position of the incumbents, rather than paving ...

Cooper Energy ends SA hiatus, gears up for Sole

The Advertiser - ‎Jul 20, 2016‎
Earlier this year, Cooper Energy secured major retailer AGL as a customer for the gas from the project, which is due to start producing gas from early 2019.

There's Nothing Super About Investing In Dirty Energy

New Matilda - ‎Jul 21, 2016‎
The fund has also previously disclosed holdings in major fossil fuel companies Santos, South32, Caltex, Origin and AGL. Most (if not all) of these companies are excluded from UniSuper's Sustainable option, meaning a small number of highly engaged, ...

Why Australia's energy retailers could be facing the same profitability cliff as print media

Business Insider Australia - ‎Jul 17, 2016‎
Australia's energy industry is about to undergo a massive transformation, akin to the changes the internet era wrought on print media.
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Josh Frydenberg names COAG energy summit top priority

The Australian Financial Review - ‎Jul 19, 2016‎
A spokeswoman for AGL Energy, which has called for policy measures to encourage more-polluting coal power plants to shut down, said the company looked forward to working with Mr Frydenberg to deliver the transition to a carbon constrained economy as ...

SA single mum uses electric blanket to save on power

The Australian Financial Review - ‎Jul 17, 2016‎
Origin Energy, AGL Energy and Energy Australia have raised their South Australian retail prices by 7-15 per cent - as much as $260 a year on typical household bills of $1700-$2000 - and Ms Merran is bracing for news from her power company, Diamond ...

Palaszczuk Government increases funding for vulnerable energy consumer education

My Sunshine Coast (press release) - ‎Jul 12, 2016‎
AGL Energy (AGL) are similarly supporting SEQ's vulnerable community groups through this transition, providing $500,000 which will be used to provide grants to community organisations.

Stocks halt winning streak

The Australian - ‎Jul 18, 2016‎
Among the bigger names AGL Energy jumped 2.1 per cent to $20.51 and Origin Energy rose 0.69 per cent to $5.87. Meanwhile, Rio Tinto's lacklustre quarterly production report and softer commodity prices drove a 1.8 per cent sell-off in the materials sector.
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BHP Billiton says SA power crisis concern for Olympic Dam

The Australian Financial Review - ‎Jul 15, 2016‎
Some renewables advocates argue that AGL's market power at times of low wind is to blame for the volatility in South Australia's power prices.

How the ratings agencies rose again in the post-crisis world

The Australian Financial Review - ‎Jul 19, 2016‎
Last month AGL Energy told fixed income investors it would drop the S&P rating. Ansell, Broadcast Australia and Heritage Bank have all done the same, while Westlink Motorway debuted in the corporate bond market without an S&P rating.

Engie runs out of steam in Australia

RenewEconomy - ‎Jul 19, 2016‎
The assets of Engie are its interests in the Loy Yang B and Hazelwood coal generators, the Pelican Point gas plant in SA, the Kwinana gas fired plant in WA, the Canunda 46 MW wind farm and the “Simply Energy” retailing business. Simply ... AGL wont and ...
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Markets Live: ASX rally runs out of puff

The Sydney Morning Herald - ‎Jul 18, 2016‎
Energy stocks were clear outperformers, despite further weakness in the oil price. Woodside added 1.3 per cent. Utilities did best, as AGL gained 2.1 per cent and Duet Group 2.8 per cent. The big banks were generally lower, with Westpac the worst ...
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