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Examples of "tractebel"
On the 20th of March 2000 Tractebel establishes an Italian engineering company in Rome. At the end of 2006, the Suez Tractebel Italian Branch is established adopting the logo of Tractebel Engineering Suez. On 2 February 2009 the Italian Branch of Suez Tractebel S.A. becomes operative as Tractebel Engineering S.p.A. Now employs approximately 65 people.
Tractebel Engineering, India started its operations in the year 2000 as a wholly owned subsidiary of Tractebel Engineering S.A.
In 2003, Tractebel merged with Société Générale de Belgique. The company created was SUEZ-Tractebel, a wholly owned subsidiary of SUEZ. In 2008, SUEZ itself then merged with Gaz de France to form GDF SUEZ - and Tractebel Engineering became, overnight, the engineering consultancy for the world’s no.1 independent energy Group.
It will be used for electricity generation and desalination. The studies are carried out by Tractebel Engineering.
The AES Corporation took over the station in a 50/50 partnership with Tractebel of Belgium in 1992 when NIE was privatised and sold its four power stations in Northern Ireland. Tractebel later sold their holding so that today Kilroot is solely run by AES.
Finally after decades of collaboration on many projects Electrobel and Tractionel merged in 1986. The name Tractebel was born – along with a new engineering division: Tractebel Engineering grew, establishing its own divisions and a worldwide network of affiliates; acquiring Cheming (Czech Republic) in 1992 and founding Citec (Poland) in 1993. The group’s Flemish subsidiaries merged under the name of Technum in 1995. Trapec (Romania) joined in 1997, followed Leme (Brazil) in 2000 – the same year that Tractebel Engineering Italy and TECPL in India were set up.
Formerly known as Trapec which was set up in 1997, as a purely private stock company for engineering activities. The company is nowadays owned 100% by GDF Suez, through Tractebel Engineering. Tractebel Engineering, Romania is active in energy engineering (60%) and in infrastructure (40%). Now employs 211 engineers.
In 2009, Tractebel Engineering became a legal entity and a fully fledged independent company within the GDF SUEZ Energy Services business unit of GDF SUEZ.
The Belgian national contact point for the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises, in its consideration of the complaint brought by Projecto Gato against Tractebel, concluded that Tractebel could not be held responsible for the deficiencies and oversights of the project's previous owners. The fate of villagers moved from the Houay Ho's catchment area is currently unclear. Tractebel, in an apparent effort to improve its image, responded soon after this decision by supporting repairs to the old school in the resettlement area, and the construction of a new school valued at US$30,000. The company also refurbished the health center in the resettlement area and the road between Houay Kong Village and the resettlement site, at a cost of US$50,000. Finally,Tractebel fixed the broken wells in the resettlement area and constructed six toilets in six villages, at a total cost of US$15,600.
Established in 2010, Tractebel Engineering Thailand (Bangkok office) focuses on the development of projects in the ASEAN (The Association of Southeast Asian Nations) region.
Tractebel Engineering, Poland started off as CITEC (under the name "CITEC Polska") which was established in 1993 as limited liability Company after one year of operation of branch office of CITEC Belgium and since then has grown very rapidly, establishing its present position as one of the largest Polish consulting companies. In 1996 the shareholders of CITEC decided to transfer the company into joined stock CITEC S.A. In 2009, CITEC adopted the name and branding of Tractebel Engineering.
The company originated as Gerasul, short for Centrais Geradoras do Sul do Brasil SA ('Power plants of the South of Brazil' in English) which was sold to Tractebel by Brazil's Eletrosul in 1998. Gerasul held Eletrosul's power generation assets in the southern Brazilian states of Santa Catarina, Rio Grande do Sul, Paraná and Mato Grosso do Sul. Gerasul changed its name to Tractebel Energia in 2002.
The Société Générale de Belgique () (SGB) was one of the largest companies that ever existed in Belgium. It was founded in 1822 by William I, and existed until 2003, when its then sole shareholder, "Suez Lyonnaise des Eaux", merged it with Tractebel to form Suez-Tractebel. Between 1830 and 1850 it served as the Belgian national bank and subsequently was an important source of investment in the Belgian economy during the Industrial Revolution.
In 1986 it rejected a bid from "Gulf Resources & Chemical Corporation", a company controlled by the Barclay brothers. Instead in 1987 it broke itself up into Calor Group (now owned by SHV) and Contibel (now owned by Tractebel).
Today, Laborelec is a Belgian C.V. whose main shareholder is Electrabel, which is a part of the French company Engie. Other shareholders are Cofely Services, Tractebel Engineering and several Belgian distribution system operators. In 2011, its turnover was almost €50,000,000.
The company was founded in 1952. In 1992 it became a fully owned and integrated member of the world wide net of TRACTEBEL ENGINEERING, an engineering arm of SUEZ ENERGY SERVICES (SES) and GDF SUEZ group.
A study conducted by Significance, Stratec, Tractebel and Tritel for the FPS Mobility and Transport in 2008-2009 presented its vision for the GEN/RER in the longer term.
Jordan plans to start building its first nuclear power plant by 2013 at the site about from Aqaba. It will be used for electricity generation and desalination. The studies are carried out by Tractebel Engineering.
The company is controlled by Tibsa Inversora S.A., which is in turn controlled by Suez-Tractebel and by Techint. Suez-Trabeltec is the Argentine branch of the French GDF Suez.
Act III was initially formed by Lear as a 100% controlled investment and management vehicle for his post-Embassy Communications business activities. In January 1989, Tractebel S.A., a large Belgian utility company with interests in Cable TV in Europe acquired a 20% equity stake in Act III Communications for $30 million, placing a value on the start-up venture's equity of $150 million. Tractebel was headed by Baron Philippe Bodson who oversaw the formation of Tractebell from the merger of Tractionel and Electrobel. Société Générale de Belgique (SGB) holds 50.3%of Tractebel's stock. SGB, Belgium's largest holding company, is in turn controlled by France's Suez-Lyonnaise, the holding giant formed by the merger of Compagnie de Suez and Lyonnaise des Eaux in early 1997. Tractebel sold its shares back to Act III and related parties in 1991.