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05.12.06 12:24 #1 Fette Jahre für Veolia Water,Dürrebekämpfung in
Australien und eurem Depot.
Leider ein völlig zu unrecht vernachläßigter Wert.

News - 05.12.06 12:09
Veolia Water erhält Vertrag zur Dürre-Bekämpfung in Australien - 1 Mrd Euro

PARIS (dpa- AFX) - Der französische Versorger Veolia Environnement   hat von der australischen Regierung des Bundesstaates Queensland einen Auftrag in Höhe von einer Milliarde Euro erhalten. Die Tochtergesellschaft Veolia Water sei als Partner für ein Dürre-Bekämpfungsprojekt ausgewählt worden, teilte das Unternehmen am Dienstag in Paris mit.

Zudem hätten die Regierung von Queensland und dem Stadtrat von Gold Coast City Veolia Water und die John Holland Group mit dem Bau und Betreiben einer Meerwasserentsalzungsanlage beauftragt. Der Vertrag laufe über zehn Jahre und ergebe für Veolia Water in diesem Zeitraum einen Umsatz von 210 Millionen Euro. Der Vertrag könne um fünf Jahre verlängert werden./FX/sf/jb/mf/

Quelle: dpa-AFX

News druckenName  Aktuell Diff.% Börse
VEOLIA ENVIRON. 50,30 +0,74% Paris


    ACNd   Veolia Environnement verbucht Ums.  31.10.06  
    ACAd   Veolia Environnement kaufen - Fuch.  13.10.06  
    ACAd   Veolia Environnement "buy" - Sociét.  06.10.06  
    ACAd   Veolia Environnement "overweight" -.  18.09.06
 
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30.10.07 11:39 #16 Veolia...
...macht ja nicht nur in wind.....  
01.11.07 08:13 #17 Nö, skgeorg...
Veolia ist breit aufgestellt, ist in den Bereichen Wasseraufbereitung, Meerwasserentsalzungsanlagen, Wasserversorgung, Abwasserentsorgung, Abfallentsorgung, Transport (Bahn und LKW)... tätig, jetzt kommt noch die Energieversorgung dazu. Dazu sind sie Weltweit tätig, kommen vor allem in China gut voran...

Für mich ist Veolia ein Basisinvestment, das man einfach mal liegen lassen kann, da sämtlich Versorgungs-, Entsorgungsverträge Laufzeiten über 10-15 Jahre und mehr haben.


31.10.2007 11:06
Veolia aims for 10 pct sales growth, mostly organic, in coming years - CEO

BEIJING (Thomson Financial) - Veolia Environnement (Nachrichten/Aktienkurs) aims to achieve annual sales growth of 10 pct for the few next years, led by organic growth of around 7-8 pct, chief executive Henri Proglio said at a news conference in Beijing.

This rate of growth will allow the group to double in size in the next seven to eight years, he said, adding that the 10 pct target is considered 'as a minimum'.

In addition to organic growth, Veoila may expand by making 'a few comfortable acquisitions', Proglio said.

The CEO said in April that his group's strategic plan called for it to double in size within 10 years, driven by organic growth.

For 2007, Veolia is currently targeting an increase of over 12 pct in sales, having raised its guidance in August from a previous objective of at least 10 pct.

Regarding China, Proglio said Veolia is in 'advanced negotiations' to operate a bus network in the southwestern city of Chongqing. The contract covers around 1,000 buses and 1,500 staff.

Veolia currently generates around 1 bln usd in sales in China, including projects in development, the CEO said.

tfn.paris@thomson.com

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09.12.07 09:27 #18 Neun Monatszahlen
07.11.2007 08:58
Veolia Environnement 9 mths sales up 13.3 pct on yr; confirms FY guidance UPDATE

(Adds opg profit and sales breakdown; changes sales figure upward to 23.321 bln)

PARIS (Thomson Financial) - Veolia Environnement (Nachrichten/Aktienkurs) said sales in the first nine months of the year were 23.321 bln eur, up 13.3 pct from a year earlier, largely due to acquisitions as external growth accounted for more than half of the gain.

The figure was near the high end of analysts' estimates.

Veolia also confirmed its full year growth and profitability guidance.

Operating profit for the period was 1.754 bln eur, up 12.7 pct from 1.557 bln a year earlier.

The 13.3 pct sales growth came from 7.3 pct external growth plus 6.7 pct from like-for-like growth, with a negative 0.7 pct coming from foreign exchange factors, mainly the weaker dollar.

Sales outside France rose to 55.5 pct of total company sales from 52.6 pct a year earlier.

The waste management division, as expected, posted the strongest growth with an 8.0 pct year-on-year sales gain, to 6.678 bln eur from 5.362 bln. External growth in this sector was 18.3 pct.

tfn.paris@thomson.com

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http://www.finanznachrichten.de/...ichten-2007-11/artikel-9405365.asp


Veolia profitiert in ersten neun Monaten von Zukäufen
07.11 12:03

PARIS (AWP International) - Der französische Versorger Veolia Environnement hat in den ersten neun Monaten von seinen Zukäufen profitiert und Umsatz sowie Ergebnis gesteigert. Der operative Gewinn habe um 12,7 Prozent auf 1,754 Milliarden Dollar zugelegt, teilte Veolia am Mittwoch in Paris mit. Die Erlöse seien um 13,3 Prozent auf 23,321 Milliarden Euro gestiegen. Mehr als die Hälfte des Zuwachses ging auf das Konto von Akquisitionen.

Veolia hatte in der Entsorgung in Grossbritannien und Deutschland zugekauft, was den Umsatz um rund 890 Millionen Dollar aufpolsterte. Seit Juli werden der britische Entsorger Cleanaway und die deutsche Sulo konsolidiert. Im Energiebereich kamen noch kleinere Zukäufe in Australien und Europa und im Transport in Frankreich und den USA hinzu.

Die steigenden Energiepreise sollten sich im laufenden Jahr kaum auswirken, so Veolia. Im kommenden Jahr dürften sie allerdings einen leichten Einfluss auf das operative Ergebnis haben./FX/she/wiz

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09.12.07 09:36 #19 Noch wichtigsten Meldungen vom November

12.11.2007 16:43
Veolia Environmental Services Asia Wins an Operating Contract for a Household Waste Storage Plant with the Municipality of Jiujiang in Southeast China

Regulatory News:

Veolia (Paris:VIE) Environmental Services Asia has won a 30-year build-operate-transfer concession for a new household waste storage center for the Jiujiang municipality in Jiangxi province, in southeast China. Veolia Environmental Services total investment is estimated at 37 million euros. The contract represents cumulative total revenues for Veolia Environmental Services Asia of almost 140 million euros.

The storage plant, which will be the only household waste treatment plant in Jiujiang to date, will boast a treatment capacity of 800 t/day. Thanks to a total capacity of 15.7 million cubic meters, Veolia Environmental Services Asia will treat the waste generated by the one million inhabitants of the city of Jiujiang and the population of four neighboring districts. Veolia Environmental Services will also be treating the sludge generated by the municipal wastewater treatment plant.

Denis Gasquet, CEO of Veolia Environmental Services, said: "Thanks to its geographical, natural and human strengths, the region of Jiangxi is a benchmark in the transition between the farming model and industrial development. It is devoting its efforts to promoting an effective mix of economic development and environmental conservation. With this first contract in southeast China, Veolia Environmental Services is proud to support the Jiujiang municipality in this transition and give it the help it needs to achieve sustainable success."

Veolia Environmental Services, the division of Veolia Environnement in charge of waste management business, is the only provider of a full range of services for hazardous and non-hazardous solid and liquid waste all over the world. The company provides waste management and logistics services (collection, pipe systems maintenance, cleaning, waste flow management), as well as materials recovery and recycling. Veolia Environmental Services generated revenue of €7.4 billion in 2006.

www.veolia-proprete.com

Veolia Environnement is world leader in environmental services. With more than 300,000 employees the company has operations all around the world and provides tailored solutions to meet the needs of municipal and industrial customers in four complementary segments: water management, waste management, energy management and freight and passenger transportation. Veolia Environnement (Nachrichten/Aktienkurs) recorded revenue of €28.6 billion in 2006.

www.veolia.com

http://www.finanznachrichten.de/...ichten-2007-11/artikel-9447197.asp



19.11.2007 10:16
VEOLIA Environmental Services Acquires Bartin Recycling Group, the French No. 3 in Metal Recovery and Recycling

Regulatory News:

Veolia Environmental Services (Paris:VIE) announced the signature of an agreement to acquire the Bartin Recycling Group, the French number 3 in the recovery and recycling of ferrous and non-ferrous metals. The acquisition is in line with Veolia Environmental Services' strategy of “turning waste into a resource“ and of continuing to develop its waste management business in the recycling segment.

The Bartin Recycling Group specializes in the collection and recycling of industrial waste, in particular ferrous and non-ferrous metals. It generated revenue of €249 million in 2006 and recycles 780,000 metric tons of metals per year. The company's long-standing experience, full range of expertise, high level of quality and environmental certification, and the quality of its management and personnel make it an acknowledged player in the management of industrial waste metals.

Denis Gasquet, Chief Executive Officer of Veolia Environmental Services, said: “This acquisition adds to and strengthens our capabilities and capacities in the recycling of metals at a time when these raw materials are of growing importance in tense international markets. It's an important step in the roll-out of our strategy, and will help us continue to support our public and private clients in managing their waste in a cost-effective and environmentally responsible manner.“

The acquisition brings Veolia Environmental Services a commercial structure and top quality industrial technical equipment located mainly in the central and northern regions of France and in the Greater Paris area. The Bartin Recycling Group's clients include many major industrial companies, for which it recycles production scrap; this is a considerable strength for the growth of VES' industrial contracts.

In total, the acquisition will enable Veolia Environmental Services to renew, in the metal recovery market, its strategy of consolidating its internal and external growth around a solid central core.

JérÃ'me Le Conte, General Manager France of Veolia Environmental Services, added: “Given the importance of materials recovery as 50% of the world's steel is now produced from scrap metal, the collection and recycling of metals is becoming a key element in the palette of waste management activities. This acquisition will create excellent synergies and raise the metal recycling capacity of Veolia Environmental Services in France from 250,000 metric tons per year to over 1 million metric tons per year.“

Veolia Environmental Services, the division of Veolia Environnement (Nachrichten/Aktienkurs) in charge of waste management business, is the only provider of a full range of services for hazardous and non-hazardous solid and liquid waste all over the world. The company provides waste management and logistics services (collection, pipe systems maintenance, cleaning, waste flow management), as well as materials recovery and recycling. Veolia Environmental Services generated revenue of €7.4 billion in 2006. www.veolia-proprete.com

Veolia Environnement is world leader in environmental services. With more than 300,000 employees the company has operations all around the world and provides tailored solutions to meet the needs of municipal and industrial customers in four complementary segments: water management, waste management, energy management and freight and passenger transportation. Veolia Environnement recorded revenue of €28.6 billion in 2006. www.veolia.com

http://www.finanznachrichten.de/...ichten-2007-11/artikel-9499976.asp



26.11.2007 13:58
EBRD and Veolia Environnement Expand Their Cooperation in Central and Eastern Europe

Regulatory News:

The EBRD is investing up to €105 million for a 10 percent stake in Veolia Voda (Paris:VIE), with the aim of boosting the role of the private sector in the provision of water and wastewater services especially in Russia and Ukraine.

The funds will be used by Veolia Voda to continue its expansion in the Bank's countries of operation with an emphasis on development in Russia and Ukraine. A holding company for Veolia Water central and eastern European activities, Veolia Voda has already made successful entries into the markets of Hungary and the Czech and Slovak republics. The EBRD's investment will support the entry of a world leader in the water sector into Russia and Ukraine.

As well as supporting a rise in quality of the provision of water and wastewater services, Veolia brings a commitment to transparency and good corporate governance. The development of effective and sustainable infrastructure is crucial for the successful transformation of economies in the EBRD region and infrastructure projects are playing an increasingly important role in EBRD investments.

Antoine Frérot, Chief Executive Officer of Veolia Water said, “this partnership underlines Veolia Voda's commitment to working in close co-operation with authorities in Central and Eastern Europe, and our development in this region will be further enhanced through EBRD's support. Our long standing expertise will contribute not only to providing communities with efficient water and wastewater services, but also to the protection of natural water resources which is of major importance to this region.“

Thomas Maier, EBRD Director for Municipal&Environmental Infrastructure, said improving the supply of water and reducing the danger of pollution and sickness by raising the quality of wastewater treatment made a real difference to the quality of people's lives. “Veolia's track record in this sector makes them the ideal partner in the drive to transform this sector in areas where international operators have yet to enter the market“ he added.

The EBRD provided €307 million in support of municipal and environmental infrastructure projects in 2006 and has committed a total of 2.8 billion in 165 infrastructure projects since 1996 - when the Bank first started MEI investment). Investments in water services totalled 1.6 billion during this period.

The EBRD, owned by 61 countries and two intergovernmental institutions, aims to foster the transition from centrally planned to market economies from central Europe to central Asia. Visit the EBRD's website: www.ebrd.com

Veolia Water, the water division of Veolia Environnement, (Nachrichten/Aktienkurs) is the world leader in water and wastewater services. Specialized in outsourcing services for municipal authorities, as well as industrial and service companies, it is also one of the world's major designers of technological solutions and constructor of facilities needed in water and wastewater services. Veolia Water serves 108 million people worldwide. With 77 800 employees, its 2006 revenues amounted to €10,1 billion.

Veolia Environnement (Paris Euronext: VIE and NYSE: VE) is world leader in environmental services. With more than 300,000 employees the company has operations all around the world and provides tailored solutions to meet the needs of municipal and industrial customers in four complementary segments: water management, waste management, energy management and freight and passenger transportation. Veolia Environnement recorded revenue of €28.6 billion in 2006. http://www.veolia.com

http://www.finanznachrichten.de/...ichten-2007-11/artikel-9549068.asp
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09.12.07 09:40 #20 Veolia: Wassersparte erhält Auftrag in den US.
05.12.2007 16:01
Veolia: Wassersparte erhält Auftrag in den USA

Paris (aktiencheck.de AG) - Der französische Umweltservice-Konzern Veolia Environnement S.A. (ISIN FR0000124141 (Nachrichten/Aktienkurs)/ WKN 501451) gab am Mittwoch bekannt, dass die Veolia Water North America - Central LLC, eine Tochter der Konzernsparte Veolia Water, einen Auftrag vom Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District (MMSD) erhalten hat.

Im Rahmen des Auftrags übernimmt Veolia Water das Management eines regionalen Abwassersystems für den Großraum Milwaukee. Der Auftrag hat eine Laufzeit von zehn Jahren und einen Wert von rund 273 Mio. Euro. Dieses so genannte Public-Private Partnership (PPP)-Programm entspricht dem größten US-Servicekontrakt, der jemals im Abwassersektor in den USA geschlossen wurde, hieß es.

Die Aktie von Veolia notiert in Paris aktuell mit einem Plus von 1,14 Prozent bei 64,79 Euro. (05.12.2007/ac/n/a)

http://www.finanznachrichten.de/...ichten-2007-12/artikel-9625101.asp
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09.12.07 09:43 #21 Salzgitter vergibt Transportauftrag an Veolia Ca.
Stahlhersteller Salzgitter vergibt Transportauftrag an Veolia Cargo

Der Stahlhersteller Salzgitter hat einen Auftrag zum Stahl-Transport an das private Bahnunternehmen Veolia Cargo vergeben. Salzgitter habe sich damit gegen die Deutsche Bahn entschieden, sagte Salzgitter-Sprecher Bernd Gersdorff am Donnerstag.
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Salzgitter. Gründe für die Entscheidung nannte er nicht. Nach Informationen des Berliner „Tagesspiegels“ soll es sich um einen Auftrag zum Transport von jährlich 100.000 Tonnen Stahl handeln. Gersdorff bestätigte die Zahl nicht, sprach aber von einer „größeren Menge“.

Bei der Vergabe handele es sich um ein Neugeschäft, das nichts mit den bestehenden Verträgen mit der DB-Tochter Railion zu tun habe, hieß es. Die Tochterfirma Flachstahl habe den Auftrag ausgeschrieben und zum Januar vergeben.
[06.12.2007 - dpa/sv]

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10.12.07 10:54 #22 Etwas mehr als ein Gutes Jahr + über 32 % s.
Weiter gehts.  
16.12.07 09:40 #23 Veolia Energy Finalises the Acquisition of Ther.
14.12.2007 11:37
Veolia Energy Finalises the Acquisition of Thermal North America, Inc.,the Largest Portfolio of District Heating and Cooling Networks in the United States

Regulatory News:

Veolia Energy (Paris:VIE) has finalizes the acquisition of Thermal North America, Inc., the largest portfolio of district heating and cooling networks in the United States.

With projected revenue of USD 425 million in 2007, Thermal North America, Inc., is present in various regional markets acting on the leading edge of environmental stewardship, particularly the Northeast and California. It notably owns and operates heating networks in Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Atlanta, Kansas City, Trenton, St Louis, Oklahoma City and Tulsa and several cooling networks in Las Vegas and Los Angeles. The company employs 450 people and operates 3500 MW of thermal capacity, 520 MW of cooling capacity and 245 MW of electrical capacity. In addition to the distribution of heat and cooling, Thermal North America, Inc. also has power generation (through cogeneration) and comprehensive building management services.

The transaction positions Veolia Environnement (Nachrichten/Aktienkurs) in the world's largest energy services market at a time when higher energy costs and changes in US environmental regulations are expected to create new opportunities.

Veolia Energy's objective in the United States is to drive double-digit annual growth in revenue over the next five years by leveraging the company's expertise in its core business, which is to provide integrated energy solutions that deliver energy savings, promote renewable energy and capitalise on its efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the relevant markets. The plan involves expanding networks“”especially cooling networks, which offer strong potential in city centres“”upgrading production plants, and broadening service solutions to current and future customers, such as hospitals, large production plants and big property developments.

Veolia Energy is already present in North America through Dalkia, which acquired the steam distribution network in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 2005. In February 2006, Dalkia signed a partnership agreement with Gaz Metro to develop district heating networks in Canada. Under the agreement, Dalkia owns and operates Montreal's district heating network, one of the biggest in North America.

Veolia Environnement, through its Veolia Energy division, is the leading European provider of energy services to local authorities and businesses. Since its creation, it has focused on energy and environmental optimization. It meets customer expectations by delivering customised, end-to-end solutions to ensure comfortable living and efficient energy supply, including management of heating systems and energy and industrial fluid production facilities, energy plant engineering and maintenance services, technical services for commercial and industrial building operation, and global building management services. With 48,800 employees in 38 countries, Dalkia (Veolia Energy division) reported managed revenue of €6.1 billion in 2006.

Important Disclaimer Veolia Environnement is a corporation listed on the NYSE and Euronext Paris. This press release contains “forward-looking statements“ within the meaning of the provisions of the U.S. Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance. Actual results may differ materially from the forward-looking statements as a result of a number of risks and uncertainties, many of which are outside our control, including but not limited to: the risk of suffering reduced profits or losses as a result of intense competition, the risk that changes in energy prices and taxes may reduce Veolia Environnement's profits, the risk that governmental authorities could terminate or modify some of Veolia Environnement's contracts, the risk that acquisitions may not provide the benefits that Veolia Environnement hopes to achieve, the risk that Veolia Environnement's compliance with environmental laws may become more costly in the future, the risk that currency exchange rate fluctuations may negatively affect Veolia Environnement's financial results and the price of its shares, the risk that Veolia Environnement may incur environmental liability in connection with its past, present and future operations, as well as the risks described in the documents Veolia Environnement has filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Veolia Environnement does not undertake, nor does it have, any obligation to provide updates or to revise any forward-looking statements. Investors and security holders may obtain a free copy of documents filed by Veolia Environnement with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission from Veolia Environnement.

Press release also available on our web site: http://www.veolia-finance.com

http://www.finanznachrichten.de/...ichten-2007-12/artikel-9695253.asp

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16.12.07 09:44 #24 Trigen sold to Veolia Energy
Trigen sold to Veolia Energy

Boston Business Journal

Trigen, an owner and operator of a large heating network in Boston and Cambridge, has become part of Veolia Energy North America.

Veolia Energy North America is owned by Veolia Environnement, which headquartered in Paris.

Trigen, which is headquartered in Boston, was sold by affiliates of Denham Capital Management LP, a global energy and commodities focused private equity firm, for an undisclosed amount.

Trigen owns and operates heating networks in Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Atlanta, Kansas City, Trenton, St Louis, Oklahoma City and Tulsa and several cooling networks in Las Vegas and Los Angeles. The company employs 450 people, including about 100 in Boston.

The company also provides power generation and building management services.

http://www.bizjournals.com/boston/stories/2007/12/
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07.01.08 20:36 #25 A subsidiary of Houston water and wastewater.
A subsidiary of Houston water and wastewater company Veolia Water North America has purchased Tetra Process Services LC.

Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

Tetra Process Services, a subsidiary of The Woodlands-based oil and gas company Tetra Technologies Inc. (NYSE: TTI), provides wastewater and oily residuals separation and water reuse services to the refining and oil and gas exploration market sectors.

"Tetra Process Services represents a strong strategic and complementary fit, in terms of product portfolio offerings, customers, geographic locations and culture," said Joe Burgess, president and chief executive officer of Veolia Water North America. "The Tetra business expands our water, wastewater and recycling treatment services capability, as well as our scope of opportunities."

Veolia Water North America is part of Veolia Water, the water division of Paris-based environmental management firm Veolia Environnement (NYSE: VE).

http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/stories/2007/....html?surround=lfn
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11.01.08 07:59 #26 Veolia Services and Beacon Landfill Gas Holding.
09.01.2008 20:04
Veolia Environmental Services and Beacon Landfill Gas Holdings Wins National EPA Award

Veolia Environmental Services (Veolia ES) is pleased to announce that the high Btu landfill gas project installed on its Greentree Landfill was chosen as the Environmental Protection Agency's Landfill Methane Outreach Program (EPA LMOP) “2007 Project of the Year.“ The award was made today at the 11th Annual LMOP Conference and Project Expo in Washington, DC. Each year, LMOP recognizes its partners for excellence in innovation and creativity; success in promoting project development; and achieving environmental and economic benefits.

Commercially operational since July 2007, the project at the Veolia ES Greentree Landfill is one of the largest high Btu projects in the United States. A collaborative effort between Veolia and Beacon Landfill Gas Holdings LLC, the project converts landfill gas into pipeline quality natural gas. This gas is then used to produce environmentally clean electric power while also reducing greenhouse gas emissions. “Collaboration combined with hard work and forward thinking are the key ingredients to successful alternative energy projects like the Greentree Landfill Gas to Energy project,“ said Rachel Goldstein, EPA LMOP Program Manager. “It is a win for the environment and our economy.“

Todd Watermolen, VP of Engineering and Environmental Compliance with Veolia ES Solid Waste, has been working on this particular landfill gas utilization project for almost 10 years. “Our goal has always been to go above and beyond in building a safe environment and sustainable future. It's great to see our efforts be nationally recognized by this important program.“

Ralph Daley, President of Beacon, concurred. “We're very proud of this project,“ he said. “The landfill gas at Greentree, that would otherwise be flared at the site, is turned into renewable energy gas, purchased by a third party and used to efficiently generate electricity at major central electric power plants. It's what sustainability is all about.“

The estimated annual environmental benefits and energy savings associated with the Greentree project are equivalent to reducing CO2 emissions by over 137,000 tons/year, removing emissions equivalent to more than 228,000 vehicles, and producing enough energy to heat approximately 75,000 homes.

“Cooperation between our partners and local and state regulators was the key to success for this project,“ said Don Henrichs, Veolia ES Greentree Landfill manager. “Partners Beacon and American Exploration Company along with the team of consultants - Blazosky Associates Inc. and Wetland Habitat Management Inc. - were all instrumental in achieving this accomplishment.“ Construction of the project was completed on schedule by EMCOR Energy Services with engineering support from PB Power. John Hancock Life Insurance Company provided debt financing.

About Veolia ES Solid Waste, Inc.

Veolia ES Solid Waste, Inc., part of Veolia Environmental Services North America Corp., is one of the largest solid waste companies in North America, providing a full range of services to commercial, industrial and residential customers in 12 states, the Bahamas, and Canada. Veolia ES Solid Waste, Inc. operates 72 collection facilities and 32 solid waste sanitary landfill facilities in the United States. By working in partnership with communities, we aim to preserve valuable resources and extend landfill capacity by focusing on waste reduction, curbside collection, sorting and the processing and marketing of recyclables.

About Veolia Environmental Services in North America

Veolia Environmental Services North America Corp., headquartered in Lombard, IL, offers fully integrated environmental solutions to virtually all industrial, commercial, municipal and residential sectors. It is part of the Veolia Environmental Services (VES) group, the only global manager of liquid, solid, non-hazardous and hazardous waste; on-site waste processing, industrial cleaning and process maintenance; and recycling, recovery and disposal for both the public and private sectors. VES has over 80,000 employees in 33 countries and posted revenues of $9.8 billion in 2006. Veolia Environnement (News/Aktienkurs) (NYSE:VE), the parent of VES, with operations in water, waste, energy and transportation management, has more than 300,000 employees in 64 countries and recorded revenues of $37.7 billion in 2006. For more information, please visit www.VeoliaES.com.

About Beacon Landfill Gas Holdings, LLC

Is a special purpose company organized to finance, develop and operate landfill gas projects including Greentree, the Imperial project near Pittsburgh and future projects not yet announced. Among the owners of Beacon Landfill Gas Holdings LLC is American Exploration Company (AEC) and its wholly owned subsidiary, American Landfill Gas Company LLC (“ALG“), who has been the sole operator of the landfill gas gathering system at the Greentree Landfill for the past 2 years. Beacon Generating LLC, the principal sponsor of Beacon Landfill Gas Holdings LLC is a private energy development company in McLean, Virginia. Beacon's first two high Btu landfill gas projects were developed in conjunction with another company at two large landfills in Western Pennsylvania.

http://www.finanznachrichten.de/...ichten-2008-01/artikel-9836391.asp
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11.01.08 08:02 #27 Veolia ES buys two waste collection firms
Thursday, January 10, 2008 - 1:40 PM CST
Veolia ES buys two waste collection firms

The Business Journal of Milwaukee

Veolia ES Solid Waste Inc. of Milwaukee said Thursday that it has acquired Sandman Inc. and The Sandman of Georgia LLC, operators of front-load and roll-off solid waste collection and portable toilet services for commercial businesses in Columbus, Ga.; and Auburn, Opelika and Eufaula, Ala.

Terms of the acquisitions were not disclosed.

Sandman's operations will be combined into Veolia's recently acquired operations in Columbus, Ga. Veolia will begin servicing the Sandman customer routes and internalize the collected waste into the Veolia Taylor County Landfill in Mauk, Ga.

"This acquisition expands our customer base within one of our key vertically integrated markets, thereby enabling us to extend the Veolia Environmental Services brand of exceptional solid waste services across an increasing customer base," said Richard Burke, president and CEO of Veolia ES Solid Waste.

Veolia ES Solid Waste is a division of Veolia Environmental Services North America Corp., based in Lombard, Ill.

http://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/stories/2008/...tml?surround=lfn
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Es ist schon über so viele Dinge Gras gewachsen, dass ich keiner grünen Wiese mehr traue !

Gruß
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16.06.08 16:28 #28 Di Entscheidung
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19.06.08 16:15 #29 Trend gebrochen
Das heißt, abwarten!
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20.06.08 10:33 #30 Veolia....
...Gewinnwarnung wegen Dollarschwäche und teurer Rohstoffe....also wegen schlechter Marktbedingungen im allgemeinen....bei dem jedoch sehr interessanten Geschäftsfeld ´von Veolia bleibe ich langfristig gesehen dabei....(Wasser, Müll, Energie)...denke hier nicht von Quartal zu Quartal...  
20.06.08 10:43 #31 Gewinnwarnung
Veolia mit Gewinnwarnung für 2008
10:13 20.06.08

Paris (aktiencheck.de AG) - Der französische Umweltkonzern Veolia Environnement S.A. (Profil) hat seine Gewinnerwartungen für das laufende Fiskaljahr nach unten revidiert.

Wie aus einer am Donnerstagabend veröffentlichten Pressemitteilung hervorgeht, hält der Konzern für das Gesamtjahr nach wie vor an seiner Prognose eines Umsatzanstiegs von mehr als 10 Prozent fest. In diesem Zusammenhang wurde auf das starke organische Umsatzwachstum sowie die Auswirkungen der im vergangenen Jahr getätigten Akquisitionen verwiesen, welche die negativen Auswirkungen des starken Euro mehr als kompensieren werden.

In Zusammenhang mit der anhaltenden Schwäche des Dollar und anderer Leitwährungen gegenüber dem Euro erwartet der Konzern jedoch negative Auswirkungen in Höhe von 80 bis 100 Mio. Euro auf das operative Ergebnis im Fiskaljahr 2008. Insgesamt erwirtschaftet Veolia ein Drittel seiner Umsatzerlöse außerhalb der Eurozone. Gleichzeitig wurde auf die gestiegenen Energie- und Rohstoffpreise verwiesen, die sich ebenfalls negativ auf die Geschäftsentwicklung auswirken dürften.

Vor diesem Hintergrund erwartet Veolia, dass der ursprünglich für 2008 prognostizierte Anstieg beim Nettoergebnis um 10 Prozent schwer zu erreichen sein dürfte. Die mittelfristigen Planziele seien von dieser Prognose jedoch nicht betroffen, teilte der Konzern weiter mit.

Die Aktie von Veolia Environnement verliert in Paris aktuell 0,65 Prozent auf 36,68 Euro. (20.06.2008/ac/n/a)
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07.08.08 09:28 #32 Veolia....
...plötzlicher satter Kursanstieg bei Veolia....gibt`s was zu berichten?....
mfg, skgeorg  
07.08.08 13:20 #33 Gewinnanstieg
Veolia verfehlt Erwartungen im ersten Halbjahr, will Assets verkaufen

10:59 07.08.08

Paris (aktiencheck.de AG) - Der französische Umweltservice-Konzern Veolia Environnement S.A. (Profil) gab am Donnerstag bekannt, dass er seinen Gewinn im ersten Halbjahr leicht gesteigert hat, die Erwartungen jedoch verfehlt hat. Zudem wurden ein Kostensenkungsplan und ein Asset-Verkauf angekündigt.

Der Nettogewinn nach Abzug von Minderheitsanteilen belief sich demnach auf 500,5 Mio. Euro, gegenüber 493 Mio. Euro im Vorjahr. Analysten waren im Vorfeld von einem Gewinn von 520 Mio. Euro ausgegangen. Der Konzernumsatz kletterte von 15,46 Mrd. Euro auf 18,09 Mrd. Euro. Der operative Gewinn nahm von 1,27 Mrd. Euro auf 1,31 Mrd. Euro zu.

Für das Geschäftsjahr 2008 strebt der Konzern beim Umsatz ein Wachstum von über 12 Prozent bei konstanten Währungen an. Der Cash-Flow from Operations soll um rund 6 Prozent zulegen.

Wie der Konzern weiter mitteilte, will er bis Ende 2009 Assets im Wert von 1,5 Mrd. Euro verkaufen. In den beiden Jahren 2009 bis 2010 will man indes Kosteneinsparungen in Höhe von insgesamt 400 Mio. Euro erreichen, hieß es.

Die Aktie von Veolia Environnement notiert in Paris derzeit bei 36,15 Euro (+8,72 Prozent). (07.08.2008/ac/n/a)
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