Statement on the Crisis in Ukraine

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In line with our parent company, ENGIE Group, we have heartfelt concern over the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. We stand with solidarity behind the decisions made by the European Union and the NATO Alliances. We condemn the invasion of Ukraine and our hearts go out to the thousands of people who have been affected.

Issued by ENGIE - March 2, 2022

The ENGIE Group condemns the invasion of Ukraine and expresses its support for the affected people. ENGIE’s Board of Directors met today and discussed the consequences of these events, which are jeopardizing Ukraine's sovereignty. The Board expressed heartfelt concern in relation to this situation, which is endangering peace in Europe, as well as the lives of civilians. In light of this situation, the Board supports decisions made by the European Union.

All Board directors agree on the following points:

This crisis highlights the urgency to speed up the energy transition in Europe. More than ever, ENGIE is mobilized to progressively support the transition towards an energy mix that is less dependent on natural gas, driven by the development of renewable power production and renewable gases (such as green hydrogen and biomethane).

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