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Research and Markets: E.ON AG Underground Gas Storage Operation Asset Summary Report Provides a Unique Insight into the Company’s Major Underground Gas Storage

September 1, 2008

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/619c38/e_on_ag_undergroun) has announced the addition of the “E.ON AG Underground Gas Storage Operation Asset Summary Report” report to their offering.

E.ON AG Underground Gas Storage Operation Asset Summary Report

Summary

E.ON AG Underground Gas Storage Operation Assets Summary Report is an essential source for company data and information. The report examines E.ON AG’s key business structure and operations, history and products, and provides summary analysis of its key revenue lines and strategy. It provides a unique insight into the company’s major Underground Gas Storage.

Scope

– Provides all the crucial company information required for business and competitor intelligence needs

– Details the company’s Underground Gas Storage internationally.

– Data is supplemented with details on the company’s history, key executives, business description, locations and subsidiaries as well as a list of products and services and the latest available company statement.

Reasons to Buy

– Obtain up to date company information.

– Understand and respond to your competitors’ business structure, strategy and prospects.

– Assess your competitor’s Underground Gas Storage

– Support sales activities by understanding your customers’ businesses better.

– Qualify prospective partners and suppliers.

Key Topics Covered:

1 Executive Summary

1.1 List of Tables

1.2 List of Figures

2 Company Snapshot

2.1 Key Information

2.2 Company Overview

2.3 Financial Performance

2.4 Industry Outlook – Exploration

2.5 Industry Outlook – Production

3 E.ON AG. Underground Gas Storage Operation

3.1 Underground Gas Storage Operation, Key Data

3.2 Underground Gas Storage Operation, Overview

3.3 Underground Gas Storage Operation, Total Storage Capacity, 200

3.4 Underground Gas Storage Operation, Germany

3.4.1 Underground Gas Storage Operation, Germany, Gas Storage Capacity, 200

3.5 Underground Gas Storage Operation, Hungary

3.5.1 Underground Gas Storage Operation, Hungary, Gas Storage Capacity, 200

3.6 Underground Gas Storage Operation, Sweden

3.6.1 Underground Gas Storage Operation, Sweden, Gas Storage Capacity, 200

3.7 Underground Gas Storage Operation, The United Kingdom

3.7.1 Underground Gas Storage Operation, The United Kingdom, Gas Storage Capacity, 200

3.8 Underground Gas Storage Operation, Latvia

3.8.1 Underground Gas Storage Operation, Latvia, Gas Storage Capacity, 200

3.9 Underground Gas Storage Operation, Slovakia

3.9.1 Underground Gas Storage Operation, Slovakia, Gas Storage Capacity, 200

3.10 Underground Gas Storage Operation, The United States

3.10.1 Underground Gas Storage Operation, The United States, Gas Storage Capacity, 200

4 Business Description

4.1 Business Overview

4.2 Major Products and Services

4.2.1 Overview

5 History

6 Competitors

7 Key Employees

8 Key Employee Biographies

8.1 Key Employee Biographies

9 Company Statement

10 Locations And Subsidiaries

10.1 Head Office

10.2 Other Locations & Subsidiaries

11 Recent Developments

11.1 Feb 09, 2008: E.ON Turns Bidding Sights On Iberdrola

11.2 Jan 02, 2008: Nord Stream Pipeline Construction Costs To Exceed EUR5 Billion

11.3 Dec 27, 2007: Oilexco Completes Huntington Forties Delineation

11.4 Nov 21, 2007: E.ON Appoints Trading Directors To Its EET Board

11.5 Nov 13, 2007: E.ON Declares Nine Months Ended 2007 Results

11.6 Aug 14, 2007: E.ON Declares H1 2007 Results

11.7 Jun 27, 2007: E.ON Starts Share Buyback Program

11.8 Jun 21, 2007: Faroe Achieves First Production From Minke Main Gas Field

11.9 Jun 20, 2007: Altinex Reports On Huntington Drill Stem Test

11.10 Jun 20, 2007: PGNiG Joins Skanled Consortium

11.11 Jun 05, 2007: E.ON Announces Corporate Communications Head

11.12 May 31, 2007: E.ON Plans Share Buy Back

11.13 May 31, 2007: E.ON Sets New EBIT Target

11.14 May 31, 2007: E.ON AG To Invest EUR 60 billion Through 2010 End

11.15 May 31, 2007: E.ON Extends Contract Of Wulf H. Bernotat

11.16 May 29, 2007: Altinex Reports Two Oil Discoveries At Huntington

11.17 May 09, 2007: E.ON Reports Q1 2007 Results

11.18 May 03, 2007: E.ON To Increase Dividend by 22%

11.19 Mar 07, 2007: E.ON Announces 2006 Results

11.20 Dec 14, 2006: E.ON To Invest Over EUR 25 Billion Through 200

11.21 Dec 11, 2006: E.ON Continues Competition Initiative In Gas Sector

11.22 Dec 07, 2006: E.ON To Build UK’s Largest Offshore Wind Farm

11.23 Dec 06, 2006: E.ON Builds Modern CCGT Plant In Hungary

11.24 Dec 04, 2006: E.ON Plans Wind Farm In North Sea

11.25 Nov 14, 2006: Jens Schreiber Joins E.ON

11.26 Nov 08, 2006: E.ON Announces Nine Months Results

11.27 Oct 31, 2006: E.ON Plans To Build Power Station

11.28 Oct 15, 2006: E.ON Announces Senior Management Change

11.29 Oct 15, 2006: E.ON Restructures Board Of Management

11.30 Sep 26, 2006: E.ON Welcomes EU Decision On Endesa

11.31 Aug 29, 2006: E.ON And Gazprom Sign Contracts

11.32 Aug 15, 2006: E.ON Announces Half Year 2006 Results

11.33 Jul 13, 2006: E.ON And Gazprom Sign Agreement On Participation In Gas Field

11.34 Jul 10, 2006: E.ON Creates New Apprenticeships

12 Appendix

12.1 Methodology

12.1.1 Coverage

12.1.2 Secondary Research

12.1.3 Primary Research

12.1.4 Expert Panel Validation

12.2 Definitions

12.2.1 Units of Measure

12.2.2 Units of Conversion

12.2.3 Abbreviation

12.3 Contact Us

12.4 About us

12.5 Disclaimer

1.1 List of Tables

Table 1: E.ON AG,Key Facts

Table 2: E.ON AG., Underground Gas Storage Key Statistics, 200

Table 3: E.ON AG., Gas Storage Capacity Country-wise (MMcf), 200

Table 4: E.ON AG., Gas Storage Capacity in Germany (MMcf), 200

Table 5: E.ON AG., Gas Storage Capacity in Hungary (MMcf), 200

Table 6: E.ON AG., Gas Storage Capacity in Sweden(MMcf), 200

Table 7: E.ON AG., Gas Storage Capacity in The United Kingdom (MMcf), 200

Table 8: E.ON AG., Gas Storage Capacity in Latvia (MMcf), 200

Table 9: E.ON AG., Gas Storage Capacity in Slovakia (MMcf), 200

Table 10: E.ON AG., Gas Storage Capacity in The United States (MMcf), 200

Table 11: E.ON AG,Key Employees,

Table 12: E.ON AG, Subsidiaries

1.2 List of Figures

Figure 1: Our Methodology

The following companies are the major competitors of E.ON AG:

– EnBW Energie Baden-Wurttemberg AG

– Endesa, S.A.

– RWE Dea AG

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Source: Global Markets Direct




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