|会社名||Dominion Resources Inc （D ドミニオン・エナジ―）|
|概要||事業概要 ドミニオン・エナジー(Dominion Energy Inc.)(旧名:Dominion Resources Inc.)はエネルギーの生産・輸送を行う。同社は主に規制された発電・送配電、規制された天然ガスの輸送及びインフラへの投資を行う。同社は3つの事業区分により構成される。Dominionバージニア電力事業(DVP)は規制された配電及び規制された電気輸送を含む。Dominion発電事業は規制された電気艦隊及び商人の電気艦隊を含む。Dominionエネルギー事業はガスの収集と処理、液化天然ガスの輸入と貯蔵、及び規制されていない小売エネルギーマーケティングを含む。同社はユーティリティおよび小売エネルギーの顧客にサービスを提供し、約1兆立方フィートのストレージ容量を持つ地下天然ガス貯蔵システムを運用する。 ドミニオン・リソ―シズは米国の電力、ガス事業持株会社。天然ガスの貯蔵量で知られる。バ―ジニアとノ―スカロライナ州で発電、送電、配電事業を展開する。米国北東部、中部、中西部で規制天然ガスの輸送・供給パイプラインと貯蔵施設の運営。また、天然ガスの収集と副産物の抽出のほか、液化天然ガスの輸入、貯蔵に従事する。米国15州で事業を行う。 Dominion Energy, Inc. engages in the provision of electricity and natural gas to homes, businesses, and wholesale customers. Its operations also include a regulated interstate natural gas transmission pipeline and underground storage system. It operates through following business segments: Power Delivery, Power Generation, and Gas Infrastructure. The Power Delivery segment regulates electric distribution and transmission. The Power Generation segment includes regulated electric fleet and merchant electric fleet. The Gas Infrastructure segment comprises gas transmission and storage, gas distribution and storage, liquefied natural gas import, and storage. The company was founded by William W. Berry in 1983 and is headquartered in Richmond, VA.|
|代表者氏名||Thomas F. Farrell|
|代表者役職名||Chairman of the Board President Chief Executive Officer|
|決算概要||決算概要 BRIEF: For the fiscal year ended 31 December 2018 Dominion Energy Inc revenues increased 6% to $13.37B. Net income before extraordinary items increased 16% to $2.49B. Revenues reflect Dominion Energy segment increase of 49% to $4.22B Dominion Generation segment increase of 6% to $7.1B. Net income benefited from Other Income - Balancing value increase from $344M to $824M (income) Gains on sales of assets increase from $147M to $380M (income).|
New Rebates For Charging Stations In Virginia 2020/10/02 02:48:40 CleanTechnica
Dominion Energy Virginia this week announced another step to drive electric vehicle adoption, save customers money and reduce emissions in Virginia. Rebates for charging stations for multi-family communities, workplaces, transit bus depots and fast-charging locations are now available. A rebate program for the company's residential customers will launch in Virginia in early
Virginia Customers Encouraged to Download New Dominion Energy App in Midst of Busy Hurricane Season 2020/09/30 18:45:00 PR Newswire
RICHMOND, Va., Sept. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Dominion Energy customers can now report outages, pay their bills, and monitor their energy usage all in one place using a new app the company rolled out today. The app provides a secure, quick and easy way for customers to manage their energy…
Dominion Energy Provides Update on Closing of Gas Transmission, Storage Assets Sale and Status of Share Repurchases 2020/09/30 11:30:00 PR Newswire
RICHMOND, Va., Sept. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Dominion Energy (NYSE: D) today provided several updates related to the pending sale of its gas transmission and storage assets to an affiliate of Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE: BRK.A). Transaction closing Dominion Energy expects its…
Warren Buffett was blasted as 'washed up' for not buying during the coronavirus crash. Berkshire Hathaway has announced $19 billion of investments this quarter 2020/09/29 13:45:58 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Warren Buffett was fiercely criticized for not deploying Berkshire Hathaway's vast cash reserves when markets tanked earlier this year. The billionaire investor and his team have responded by announcing over $19 billion of investments in this quarter alone. Berkshire bought $2.1 billion of Bank of America stock and $735 million of Snowflake stock, spent about $6 billion on 5% stakes in five Japanese trading houses, struck a $10 billion deal for Dominion Energy's natural-gas assets, and looks set to invest $900 million in Scripps. The spending spree signals a bullish turn for Berkshire after it dumped its stakes in the "big four" US airlines and slashed its financial holdings last quarter. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . Warren Buffett was blasted as "washed up" and overly cautious when he failed to capitalize on the coronavirus crash earlier this year. The famed investor and his team have responded by announcing more than $19 billion of investments this quarter alone.
Ameren Sets Net-Zero by 2050 Goal, Plots Major Wind and Solar Expansion in Midwest 2020/09/28 17:08:00 Green Technology Media
Ameren has joined the ranks of U.S. utilities pledging to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, with a long-range plan that invests nearly $8 billion in renewable energy and accelerates some coal plant closures — although it will retain much of its coal fleet through 2040. Like other net-zero carbon goals , Ameren’s will rely on “further advancements in innovative, carbon-free technologies and constructive federal and state energy and economic policies” to reach its final goal, CEO Warner Baxter said in a Monday statement. Ameren joins a growing list of U.S. utilities committing to net-zero carbon by midcentury in states that haven’t yet set that goal as a mandate, although several are on the cusp of doing so. The list includes Duke Energy , Dominion Energy , Southern Company , Arizona Public Service , NRG, PSEG , Xcel Energy , Consumers Energy , Alliant Energy and, just last week, Entergy . In its 15-year integrated resource plan (IRP) released Monday for review by Missouri regulators, the utility serving about 2.4 million customers in Missouri and Illinois plans to invest nearly $8 billion to add 3.1 gigawatts of renewables to its generation mix by 2030, and hit a total of 5.4 GW by 2040.
The 5 Biggest US Utilities Committing to Zero Carbon Emissions by 2050 2020/09/16 12:00:00 Green Technology Media
Over the past three years, some of the country’s biggest utilities have been committing to a goal that few may have predicted they’d undertake on their own: weaning themselves off carbon-emitting generation by 2050. Driving this sea change in long-term planning is a combination of public pressure and energy economics. The falling costs of wind and solar power are pushing utilities to find ways to incorporate them into their long-range plans, even as they struggle to define what resources can be relied on to provide the dispatchable power they need. At the same time, the increasingly dire effects of global warming are bringing more Americans in line with much of the rest of the world in making carbon-emissions reduction a top policy priority. Utilities in many states now face mandates to move to 100 percent renewable energy or cut carbon to zero by 2050. Others are likely to face similar mandates in short order. If Joe Biden wins the presidential election in November and Congress enacts his $2 trillion clean energy and infrastructure ambition, utilities will need to reconfigure their plans to meet Biden's nationwide goal of zero-carbon electricity by 2035.
Top 10 Utility Regulation Trends of 2020 — So Far 2020/09/08 14:24:00 Green Technology Media
Hannah Polikov is managing director at Advanced Energy Economy, a trade association for the clean energy sectors. *** In December, we published a list of the top 10 utility regulation trends of 2019 . With 2020 now past the halfway point, we check in on the top public utility commission (PUC) actions and trends so far this year. For the first time, we are including in our top 10 list a key trend in federal regulation of wholesale electricity markets, as it goes to the question of who is in charge of energy policy in a changing electricity landscape. Below is an executive summary of the complete roundup, which has specific examples of state PUC action. (You can read AEE's full version here. ) 1: COVID COVID everywhere… Back in March, when the public health lockdowns were just beginning, AEE wrote a COVID-inspired acrostic poem giving a quick overview of the way the virus was starting to rear its head in PUC dockets around the country. Five months on, from everyday life to everyday dockets, COVID has managed to infuse everything, making it impossible to talk about anything from rate cases to utility program budgets to how to hold a hearing without considering the impact from COVID.
Dominion Energy Announces Nuclear License Renewal Application for North Anna Power Station; Supports Dominion Energy's Net Zero Commitment 2020/09/04 14:00:00 PR Newswire
RICHMOND, Va., Sept. 4, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Dominion Energy, (NYSE: D), has filed an application with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) to renew North Anna Power Station's operating licenses for an additional 20-year term. Dominion Energy's filing for the power station, located in…
Dominion Energy : announces four new solar projects planned in South Carolina | MarketScreener 2020/08/26 20:57:04 MarketScreener
Construction of a 6-megawatt Dominion Energy-owned solar facility in Bamberg County has begun. When it enters service in the fourth quarter of this year, the facility will provide enough clean,… | August 26, 2020
18 Stocks Warren Buffett Is Selling (And 6 He's Buying) 2020/08/15 18:23:21 Kiplinger Washington Editors
After pretty much laying low in the first three months of the year, Warren Buffett, chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway ( BRK.B ), made sweeping changes to its stock portfolio during the second quarter. Most notably, he continued to sell off equities. After dumping shares in 19 positions during the first quarter, Warren Buffett fully exited seven positions and sold off parts of another 11 stakes. But he was a little more active on the buying side, too, adding to four positions and initiating a stake in a company that's well outside of his traditional wheelhouse. The Oracle of Omaha has made a few other interesting moves of late, too. That includes finally putting Berkshire's massive cash pile to use in a $9.7 billion buyout of Dominion Energy's ( D ) midstream energy business – his biggest deal in years – and a big bet on himself. Of course, we know what the greatest long-term investor of all time has been doing because the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission requires all investment managers with more than $100 million in assets to file a Form 13F quarterly to disclose any changes in share ownership.
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