tIGF

AcronymDefinition
TIGFTotal Infrastructure Gaz France
TIGFTempleton India Growth Fund (Franklin Templeton Investments)
TIGFThembani International Guarantee Fund (est. 1966; Zambia)
TIGFTeflon-Impregnated Glass Fiber
tIGFTruncated Insulin-Like Growth Factor
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TIGF, with only 5,000 km of pipelines, is the country's second-largest operator.
With this investment, Credit Agricole Assurances further strengthens its infrastructure portfolio while TIGF gains a new shareholder that will allow to further support future developments of the company.
TIGF, with 500 employees running 5,000 kilometres of pipeline network and two gas storage sites, represents a strategic platform for the interconnection of European gas markets, the buyers said.
The move increases pressure on rival contenders for TIGF, which sources say is worth 2.
TIGF, with 500 employees running a 5,000 kilometres of pipeline network and two gas storage sites, represents a strategic platform for the interconnection of European gas markets, the buyers said.
The consortium selected, consisting of industry-leading operators and long term investors, will support TIGF in its further development, while meeting the commitments made to TIGF s employees and partners , said Christophe de Margerie, Chairman and CEO of Total.
Based in Pau and locally managed, TIGF (Transport et Infrastructures Gaz France) employs over 500 persons, with a gas pipeline network that covers France's South-West region and two important gas storage sites in Lussagnet and Izaute.
Total said that the offer submitted by the consortium valued TIGF at EUR2.
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 5, 2013-Total begins exclusive talks over TIGF sale(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
ENAGAS-LED CONSORTIUM TO PULL OUT OF BIDDING FOR TOTALa[euro](tm)S TIGF
A consortium led by Spain's Enagas SA (MCE:ENG) unveiled its decision not to submit an offer for French oil and gas firm Total SA's TIGF gas network and storage business as the target does not match its strategy.
22 January 2013 - A consortium led by Spain's Enagas SA (MCE:ENG) unveiled its decision not to submit an offer for French oil and gas firm Total SA's TIGF gas network and storage business as the target does not match its strategy.