E.ON SE (EONGn.DE)
ISTANBUL, May 22 - Germany's RWE and E.ON and Austria's OMV are among utilities looking to offload Turkish power plants, bankers and industry sources say, as a tumbling lira and low electricity prices wipe out profits.
* Beijing has approved two terminals by non-state energy companies (Adds graphic advisory)
* Has confirmed the investment decision for the Rampion offshore wind farm in the uk
* Net debt reduced to 27.7 bln eur at end-March (Recasts, adds bullets)
ESSEN, Germany - Germany's largest utility E.ON posted another weak set of quarterly results, burdened by its ailing power plant business which it plans to spin off to focus on more promising areas such as renewables and power grids.
ESSEN, Germany - E.ON could raise its profit forecast for the current year should exchange rates, such as that with the Russian rouble, recover further, Chief Executive Johannes Teyssen said on Thursday.
ESSEN, Germany - E.ON expects the sale of uranium enrichment company Urenco to take place next year rather than in 2015, Chief Financial Officer Klaus Schaefer told analysts during a conference call.
ESSEN, Germany, May 7 - E.ON expects the sale of uranium enrichment company Urenco to take place next year rather than in 2015, Chief Financial Officer Klaus Schaefer told analysts during a conference call.
* EEW to expand in sector, participates in Poland tender (Adds EQT quote, details)
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