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November 2016


TGI and Cálidda, group companies from Grupo de Energía de Bogotá, submitted their Q3-2016 income statements

10 November 2016

  • TGI showed a 3.5% increase in operating income as compared to the same period of the previous year.
  • Cálidda’s client portfolio reaches 31%, while its sales grew by 5% as compared to 2015.

Bogota, November 10, 2016.The companies of Grupo Energía de Bogotá, TGI, International Gas Carrier, and Cálidda, provided their investors with their Q3-2016 income statements.

TGI highlighted an increase in its operating income of 1.6% as compared to the same period of last year. Such increase is mainly connected with higher sales upon the use of other operational services. It also had a 3.5% increase in its operating profits, while its net profits increased by USD 50.9 million as compared to Q3-2015.

On the other hand, Cálidda –the Peruvian company holding design, construction and operation concession of the natural gas distribution system in the Department of Lima and the Constitutional Province of Callao in Peru– experienced a 6% rise in total adjusted income, as compared to the same quarter of the previous year, due to an increase in the distribution service resulting from the increase in the number final agreements and from an increase in income derived from the internal connection financing business.

Cálidda’s business management resulted in a 31% rise in the company’s client portfolio, as well as a 5% increase in sales as compared to Q3-2015. During this quarter, Cálidda got 70,857 customers connected in the residential segment, and it has operations in 20 of the 49 districts of Lima and Callao. Likewise, in the industrial commercial and NGV service station segment, Cálidda is present in 37 districts.

Grupo de Energía de Bogotá (GEB) is a leading multilatina in the electricity and natural gas sector, with operations in Colombia, Peru, Guatemala and Brazil. It focuses on the growth and development of large companies across territories where it operates under strong and transparent corporate governance as regards its shareholders. This is reflected in Cálidda and TGI results. This Group holds 60% in Cálidda, and 99.97% in TGI.

About Grupo Energía Bogotá

Grupo Energia Bogota is one of the low emission energy chain leaders of the region. As a Business Group, it generates shareholder value and groups of interest through the sustainable and profitable management of its business across the energy chain in connection with electricity generation, transmission, distribution and commercialization, as well as with natural gas transportation and distribution.

The Group contributes to the development of such countries where it operates and manages projects having an impact on productivity and competitiveness, and improving users’ welfare and quality of life. 

About TGI S.A. ESP 

Transportadora de Gas Internacional S.A. ESP –an affiliate of Grupo Energía de Bogotá– is the largest natural gas carrier in Colombia, with 3,957 km of gas pipelines, an available capacity of 733,8 MMSCFD (million standard cubic feet per day) to serve the most populated areas of the country, such as Bogota, Cali, the Coffee Region, Medellin and Piedemonte Llanero. The company is responsible for the operation and maintenance of Colombia’s largest gas pipeline network, from the Guajira region to Valle del Cauca and Llanos Orientals to Cundinamarca, Boyaca, Tolima and Huila. 

About Cálidda

Cálidda is a Peruvian company –an affiliate of Grupo Energía de Bogotá– that holds the design, construction and operation concession of the natural gas distribution system in the Department of Lima and the Constitutional Province of Callao in Peru, for 33 years. It is a pioneering company in the provision of this services in Peru. It thus contributes to the improvement of the population’s quality of life and to the preservation of the environment. 

Contact

Luis Miguel Gómez Henao

External Communications Advisor

E-mail: lgomez@eeb.com.co

Mobile: 3108124891

www.grupoenergiadebogota.com

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