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10 November 2022

ENGIE 9M 2022 Financial information

Business highlights

  • ENGIE playing a leading role to support security of supply in Europe
  • Contributing to public policy measures through Working Capital support and dedicated customer actions
  • Continued progress on execution of strategic plan with the completion of the sale of EQUANS
  • Disposal plan target of at least €11bn by end 2023 nearly achieved
  • Performance plan on track with 3-year target
  • 2.5 GW Renewables capacity added in nine months and on track to add c. 4 GW in 2022
  • Further progress on coal exit, coal represents 2.6% of centralised generation capacity

Financial performance

  • EBIT of €7.3bn, with growth across most activities
  • Key contribution from GEMS in unprecedented market conditions
  • Favourable timing effects in Supply and Networks
  • Investment of €3.7bn growth capex, primarily in Renewables
  • Contribution to existing Government profit sharing mechanisms in Belgium and France (nuclear and hydro) of €0.9bn
  • Strong balance sheet and liquidity maintained with improvement in credit ratios
  • Net financial debt at €27.6bn, up €2.2bn. Improved Cash Flow From Operations1, supported by increasing operating cash flow
  • FY 2022 NRIgs2 guidance3 upgraded to the range of €4.9-5.5bn. Dividend policy reaffirmed


1 Cash Flow From Operations: Free Cash Flow before maintenance Capex and nuclear phase-out expenses

2 Net recurring income Group share

3 Key assumptions and indications for the FY 2022 guidance are provided in appendix 3