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Binding agreements for the sale of EDF’s stake in Dunkerque LNG have been signed

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The EDF Group announces that the binding agreements for the disposal of its interest in the share capital of the LNG terminal at Dunkirk (Dunkerque LNG) have been signed.

The agreements have been signed with, on one hand, a consortium composed of Fluxys, AXA Investment Managers, and Crédit Agricole Assurances and with, on the other hand, a consortium of Korean investors composed of Samsung Securities Co. Ltd, IBK Securities Co. Ltd., and Hanwha Investment & Securities Co. Ltd.

The terms of the transaction remain unchanged and closing is expected for the second half of 2018, once required regulatory approvals have been granted by the French authorities.

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