(Oslo, June 17, 2013) Statkraft has decided to start the construction of the Devoll hydropower project in Albania. Initially, it’s decided to build the two hydropower plants Banjë and Moglicë with a combined capacity of 243 MW and an annual production of about 700 GWh.
Statkraft AS – result for the first quarter of 2013: Sound profit from operations in the first quarter
In the first quarter of 2013, Statkraft achieved an underlying* operating profit before depreciation (EBITDA) of NOK 4180 million, on par with the corresponding quarter in 2012. Negative currency effects resulted in a net profit of NOK 443 million, compared with NOK 3430 million in the first quarter last year.
Statkraft discloses first quarter results 2013 on Wednesday 8 May 2013 at 8:00 AM CET.
Attached is the PDF version of the 2012 Annual Report for Statkraft SF.
Please find the attached pdf-version of the printed 2012 Annual Report for Statkraft AS.
The following supplement dated 22 March 2013 (the Supplement) to the Offering Circular dated 12 June 2012 has been approved by the UK Listing Authority and is available for viewing:
The Board of Directors of Statkaft AS has approved the final 2012 financial statements for the Statkraft AS Group, identical to the preliminary figures announced 14 February 2013.
The Board of Directors of Statkaft SF has approved the final 2012 financial statements for the Statkraft SF Group, identical to the preliminary figures announced 14 February 2013.
(Oslo, 14 March 2013) The leased power plants Sauda I-IV, Svelgen I and II as well as Tysso II are transferred from Statkraft SF to Statkraft Energi AS. The power plants have a total installed capacity of 620 MW. The transfer takes place as a contribution in kind and the transaction will be carried out in the first half of April this year.
In the fourth quarter of 2012, Statkraft achieved an underlying1 operating profit before depreciation (EBITDA) of NOK 3416 million, compared with NOK 3028 million in the corresponding quarter in 2011. The net loss amounted to NOK 1840 million, compared with a loss of NOK 673 million in the fourth quarter of 2011.