GDF Suez's Frank Brannvoll on CEE power markets


With annual revenue of €83.1 billion (US$121.5 billion) in 2008, GDF Suez Group is the second largest utility in Europe behind EDF. Formed by the €95 billion (US$142 billion) merger of French utility Gaz de France (GDF) and energy group Suez in July 2008, the company has more than 200,000 employees in 30 countries worldwide. GDF Suez is the tenth largest electricity producer in the world with 68.4 gigawatts of installed production, the largest buyer of natural gas in Europe, and has a supply

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