Joining Elengy means joining a subsidiary of GDF SUEZ, one of the world’s leading energy providers, with operations around the globe and a wide range of career options.
GDF SUEZ and its subsidiaries pool a host of different skills to help build a sustainable future.
Elengy regularly hires throughout France. If you are interested, please feel free to browse our jobs and apply online.
Joining Elengy also means gaining an opportunity to work in a state-of-the-art industry that is central to the sustainable-development policy implemented by GDF SUEZ. The Group employs close to 200,000 people and promotes a responsible, respectful approach to diversity and cultural differences.
GDF SUEZ believes diversity and equal opportunity for people of any gender, nationality, age, origin and culture are crucial to cementing a strong community and enhancing corporate life. The Group applies a policy of non-discrimination throughout its recruitment campaigns and career-development opportunities.
Every year, GDF SUEZ invests in vocational training to improve its performance and provide services that best meet the needs of customers.
The option to follow work-study programmes—which allow people to combine both academic qualifications with on-the-job experience—is just one of the measures introduced by the Group and its subsidiaries through apprenticeship contracts and vocational-training contracts.
GDF SUEZ is well aware of the national importance of providing training for young people and supporting them in their career choices and has chosen to prioritise its apprenticeship programmes, widely acknowledged as one of the best ways of providing career opportunities.
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Natural gas is principally composed of methane (CH4) and is found in natural reserves. As a primary energy source, it offers many qualities, and is the cleanest fossil fuel.
It is appreciated for its high calorific value, ease of use, and environmentally-friendly composition.
Natural gas is odourless, but an artificial odorant is added to enable detection in the event of a leak.
When natural gas burns it does not emit dust, soot or smoke, producing only water vapour and carbon dioxide, much like human breath, which is then transformed back into oxygen by plants. It is the most energy-efficient of all fossil fuels on the market.
An explosion of natural gas can only occur if the following three factors occur simultaneously:
Every care is taken in at LNG terminals to prevent these three things occurring at the same time.
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Corresponds to aggregated Shipper send-out allocations in kWh 25°C at the interface between the LSO and the TSO.
This information is provided at 7h00 LT for the preceding gas day.
Amount of gas in kWh 25°C belonged by the shippers in the tanks of the LNG terminal at the beginning of the day.
Corresponds to the aggregated Shipper daily send-out nominations in kWh 25°C at the interface point between the LSO and the TSO (PITTM).
Provisional data for each gas day of the coming month are provided on the 25th of the former month when the monthly programs are published by the LSO.
Then the provisional data for a given gas day is replaced by a definitive value at 18h00 LT on the day before.
Corresponds to the available commercial capacity of the LNG terminal, i.e non subscribed capacity, expressed as the daily average of the month, in kWh/J at 25°C.
This information is updated daily.
A technology that enables a single fuel source to produce both thermal energy (heat and/or cold) and electricity at the same time.
A power station that comprises a gas turbine generator whose exhaust powers a boiler. The steam from the boiler then drives a turbo-generator.
Operator’s obligations concerning the physical characteristics of the natural gas being delivered (pressure, temperature, etc).
Liquefied Natural Gas
High-pressure, large-diameter facilities linking connecting points with neighbouring networks, underground storage facilities and LNG terminals, to which are connected the regional transport networks and a number of industrial consumers and retail networks.
Corresponds to the total commercial capacity of the LNG terminal (including the already subscribed capacity), expressed as the daily average of the month, in kWh/J at 25°C.
This information is updated daily.