Storengy UK Team 2/4/2019
Storengy UK Commercial Manager Robin Cannings attended the Cheshire Energy Hub’s training for their Graduate Development Programme on the 26th of March. The training gives the graduates the opportunity to explore the commercial reality of Energy Businesses and gain an understanding of their opportunities and challenges.
This years’ cohort were very thoughtful and asked a number of insightful questions, Robin enjoyed the grilling they gave him and the other attendees and was pleased to see the quality of the graduates going through the programme.
Storengy UK offers placements to the Cheshire Energy Hub Graduate Programme, you can read about our latest graduate placement for Antonio Vianello in his own words here.
Louise Mason 08/03/2019
I was going to start this blog with ‘As a woman working in a predominately male industry...’, but then I realised that in the company I work for - Storengy UK a subsidiary of Engie - there are a number of successful women in senior and important roles. Firstly, Engie’s CEO is Isabelle Kocher; Cecile Previeu is Storengy’s Business Unit CEO; and the CEO of Germany and the UK is Catherine Gras.
The Commercial Team 21/02/2019
Storengy UK attended the E-World conference in Essen, Germany from the 5th to the 7th of February, for the fifth consecutive year. Both our commercial and business development teams were in attendance, promoting the availability of capacities in Storage Year 2020 at Stublach and our growing capabilities and involvement in the UK renewables market.
The Storengy UK team 23/01/2019
Green hydrogen is increasingly seen as a key component in the decarbonisation of our economies.
Catherine Gras 15/01/2019
This post is not about Brexit, although as a French citizen, managing UK and German companies, I hope multiculturality will not disappear post March 29th. My intent is to remind you of some of the key things that happened, or failed to happen, on the GB gas market in 2018. To try and predict what is waiting ahead of us in 2019 and beyond.
2018 is a tale of glass half full or half empty, a tale of optimism and realism …
The Storengy UK Team 21/12/2018
December 20th, OFGEM has finally given its opinion on the Gas Charging Review, the GB transcription of the European Tariff network code.
The Storengy UK Team 4/12/18
Over the last few weeks Storengy staff, suppliers & the local cubs group have been collecting & donating gifts for The Royal Manchester Childrens Hospital. Storengy UK are pleased to support this charity and have done so for the last five years. This year has been a real community effort with our suppliers Technotype, Billfinger and even the local Cubs group taking part.
The Commercial team 30/11/2018
Storengy UK is pleased to announce that as of the end of yesterday's auction all gas storage capacity at Stublach available for the 2019/20 storage year has now been allocated in auction. This totalled 1.7TWh making up three different products auctioned over the last 3 weeks.
Benoit Enault 27/11/2018
On the 31st October, the BEIS (Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy) Select Committee listened to oral evidence on gas storage from the industry and from the BEIS. The discussions started by looking at last years events – why the aging Rough gas storage was allowed to close. The discussion went on saying the business case supporting new investment into storage was weak because the revenue stream - namely the seasonal spread - is only half the level that would be required to support new gas storage, therefore public support would be required.
Energy is our future, save it!