The Class40 GDF SUEZ is back in La Trinité-sur-Mer following the retirement of skipper Sébastien Rogues from the 2014 Route du Rhum. We met up with a competitor whose perseverance and optimism remain undiminished. Results are important, but the skipper's aim is to continue competing and enjoying what he does. He's now charting a course for new projects...
To support the Group's digital strategy, GDF SUEZ IT is expanding its teams by recruiting IS project leaders, IT infrastructure architects, contract managers, functional analysts and delivery managers…
"Dare to have ideas!" That was the challenge of this Innovation Day hosted by GDF SUEZ at EuraTechnologies in Lille on November 6. GDF SUEZ presented its Open Innovation program and the GDF SUEZ New Venture investment fund, and launched its Smart City call for projects.
GDF SUEZ and his partners of the high-temperature geothermal project Rantau Dedap, have fulfilled all conditions precedent and reached financial closing allowing for the first drawdown under the USD 50 million facility agreement, provided by The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and supported by the Clean Technology Fund.
The tenth Route du Rhum has got off to a decidedly punishing start, and Sébastien Rogues was forced to abandon the race on the morning of day three as a result of multiple technical issues. The skipper announced his retirement after tearing the mainsail. His was the 19th retirement since the fleet of 91 competitors left Saint-Malo.
It was to Saint-Malo just a few days before the start of the Route du Rhum transatlantic race that fifteen children from La Voix de l’Enfant came to spend the day with Sébastien Rogues, the young skipper sponsored by GDF SUEZ.
GDF SUEZ has launched its «Innovation Morning» discussion forums for innovation actors in local authorities, innovative companies and startups. The first of these events held on October 29 opened the «smart city» debate with contributions from members of the GDF SUEZ Urban Innovation Strategy Council.
With an economy growing at an average of 6% year-on-year, demand for energy in Peru is also growing strongly. As the country's main supplier of electricity, GDF SUEZ has had an operating presence in Peru for 16 years through its subsidiary company EnerSur. Discover what the Group is doing in Peru and how its business is developing.
The time to set sail on the most famous transatlantic race has arrived for Sébastien Rogues. No fewer than 43 Class40 racing yachts almost identical to his own will compete this year in the singlehanded dash to Pointe-à-Pitre to write their chapter in the legendary story of the Route du Rhum.
The groundbreaking ceremony of the Cameron LNG project took place in Hackberry, Louisiana (USA) on the 23rd of October, in presence of GDF SUEZ and its partners along with several federal, state and local elected officials.