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Ascopiave Buys 3.67% Stake In Acsm Agam
Ascopiave Says Board Approved Purchase Of Hera Stock, Corresponding To Roughly 0.4% Of Its Share Capital
A2A Buys 4.16% Stake In Ascopiave
Ascopiave SpA is an Italy-based company engaged in the utilities sector. The Company is primarily active in the distribution and sale of natural gas. Ascopiave SpA is also involved in the sale of electric power, heat management, co-generation and generation of electricity from photovoltaic plants. The Company holds concessions and direct contracts for the management of gas distribution services and it operated of distribution network. The Company operates through numerous direct subsidiaries, including Ascotrade Spa, Edigas Esercizio Distribuzione Gas SpA, Blue Meta SpA, AscoEnergy Srl, Amgas Blu Srl, Pasubio Servizi Srl, Sinergie Italiane Srl, ASM DG Srl, Edigas Due Srl and Etraenergia Srl, among others. On February 10, 2014, Ascopiave SpA acquired a 49% stake in Veritas Energia Srl; as a result of the transaction the Company holds 100% in Veritas Energia Srl.
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A 4.16% in Italian natural gas and power distributor Ascopiave stake bought by utility A2A on Friday was sold by private equity firm Amber, a source close to the matter said Reuters.
ukItalian regional utility Ascopiave said on Monday it had agreed to place its retail gas and power clients in a joint venture with larger peer Hera in return for a series of gas distribution assets in the north east.
Italian utility Iren is interested in acquiring assets put up for sale by smaller peer Ascopiave and energy company Sorgenia, its chief executive said on Wednesday.
Italian utility Ascopiave has received a series of non-binding bids for assets it has put up for sale and will select the best bids in 3-4 weeks, the company's chairman said.
Italy's Eni and Edison have emerged as the strongest suitors to buy utility Ascopiave's retail customers as they prepare rival bids for a business worth up to 600 million euros (515.4 million pounds), sources told Reuters.
Shares in Italy's Ascopiave on Thursday gave up some of the gains it made on Wednesday after infrastructure fund F2i confirmed reports it was interested in investing in the regional utility.
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