Total acquires Belgian natural gas & renewable power supplier

Total acquires Belgian natural gas & renewable power supplier

6:05 AM, 16th June 2016
Total acquires Belgian natural gas & renewable power supplier

PARIS, FRANCE: Total SA and Lampiris, the third-largest supplier of natural gas and renewable power to the Belgium residential sector, have signed an agreement under which Total will acquire all of the shares in Lampiris.

The transaction will have no impact on the companies’ relationships with their customers or their suppliers, whose contracts will not be affected, and no jobs will be lost, said the companies.

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