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e.on se (E/ON) Snapshot

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52 Week High
07/4/14 - €15.94
52 Week Low
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Market Cap
28.0B
Average Volume 10 Days
287.7
EPS TTM
€-1.55
Shares Outstanding
2.0B
EX-Date
05/8/15
P/E TM
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Dividend
€0.50
Dividend Yield
4.29%
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e.on se (E/ON) Details

E.ON SE operates as an investor-owned energy company. The company generates electricity through water, wind, solar, bio energy, coal, natural gas and oil, and nuclear; and is involved in the exploration and production of oil and gas in the United Kingdom, Norway, Algeria, and Russia. It also supplies liquefying natural gas; operates 15 underground gas storage facilities in Germany and Austria; and transports gas through Nord stream pipeline. In addition, the company trades in power spot, forwards, vanilla swaps and options, profiles, dark/spark spreads, location spreads, and index products; gas spot, forwards, Vanilla swaps and options, profiles, location spreads, index products, formula swap, and oil indexation; emissions EUA & CER forwards, EUA/CER swaps, time spreads, vanilla options on EUA, ERU, and CER; coal Vanilla swaps on API2/4/6 and freight (FFAs), and physical coal and/or freight at various locations/routes freight; and weather Vanilla swaps and options on temperature, precipitation or wind, and cross-commodity indices, as well as storage and transport physical capacity swaptions. Further, it operates distribution networks that provide power to households, redistributors, and industrial customers; and natural gas networks that serve end and industrial customers, and downstream gas suppliers. Additionally, the company buys and sells electricity, natural gas, liquefied natural gas, oil, coal, freight, and carbon allowances. Its total generating capacity comprises 58,871 megawatts. The company operates in Germany, the United Kingdom, Sweden, other European countries, and internationally. E.ON SE was founded in 1923 and is based in Düsseldorf, Germany.

54,090 Employees
Last Reported Date: 03/11/15
Founded in 1923

e.on se (E/ON) Top Compensated Officers

Chairman of Management Board and Chief Execut...
Total Annual Compensation: €2.5M
Chief Financial Officer and Member of Managem...
Total Annual Compensation: €1.3M
Member of Management Board
Total Annual Compensation: €1.5M
Member of Management Board
Total Annual Compensation: €1.3M
Member of Management Board
Total Annual Compensation: €1.3M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

e.on se (E/ON) Key Developments

E.ON Plans To Sell Off North Sea Assets

E.ON SE (DB:EOAN) is looking to sell off North Sea assets. E.ON is planning to offload around £1 billion worth of fields off the coasts of Scotland, England, the Shetland Islands and Norway. E.ON asked Bank of America Merrill Lynch to look for potential buyers for the assets. Sources said Siccar Point Energy Limited is among the list of potential buyers.

E.ON Reportedly Mulls Sale Of Fossil-Fuel Business

E.ON SE (DB:EOAN) is reportedly seeking to sell stake in fossil-fuel business. “EON SE, Germany’s biggest utility, will divest its stake in its fossil-fuel business within two years of spinning it off,” according to a person familiar with the matter. “EON will sell 51% in the new publicly listed company, including an offer of stocks to its existing shareholders, in the second half of 2016 and then divest the remaining stake by 2018,” the person said, asking not to be named because the information isn’t public. “We don’t participate in speculation,” Carsten Thomsen-Bendixen, a spokesman for E.ON, said by phone. “No decisions have been taken.”

E.ON SE to Propose Dividend for the Year 2014; Announces Earnings Results for the Year 2014; Provides Earnings Guidance for the Year 2015

At the Annual Shareholders Meeting on May 7, 2015, the management of E.ON SE will propose a dividend of 50 EUR cents per share for the year 2014, which corresponds to a total dividend payout of about EUR 1 billion and a payout ratio of 60% of underlying net income. The company announced earnings results for the year 2014. For the year, the company recorded EBITDA of EUR 8.3 billion compared with EUR 9.2 billion a year ago. Underlying net income was EUR 1.6 billion compared with EUR 2.1 billion a year ago. Operating cash flow from continuing operations was EUR 6.3 billion, which was roughly on par with the 2013 figure. The earnings performance reflects the persistently difficult situation on energy markets in Germany and Europe as well as currency-translation effects and portfolio changes. Impairment charges, most of which had already been announced in December 2014, led to a net loss attributable to shareholders of EUR 3.2 billion. In 2014, CapEx came out at EUR 4.6 billion, about 8% lower than the EUR 5 billion planned initially. This also is a result of CapEx ending up lower than expected by small amounts but in many areas. The drop compared to those levels is to a very large extent related to normalization of its CapEx levels in Brazil and Turkey but also due to significantly lower CapEx in its E&P and due to CapEx reductions in its Generation business as well as its regional activities, the latter obviously also a result of its disposals. The company expects 2015 EBITDA to be between EUR 7 and EUR 7.6 billion and underlying net income to be between EUR 1.4 and EUR 1.8 billion. The reduction compared to 2014 is largely due to lower prices on volumes in conventional generation, lower oil prices in E&P and FX effects. Since December, the company has fine-tuned its 2015 CapEx plans in light of the new synergy but also in function of the deterioration of the industry conditions. The company has brought some projects here, it suffered some CapEx there. The result is that it now plans to invest EUR 4.3 billion in 2015, including most of the additional CapEx announced in December. Of this EUR 4.3 billion, the company plans to invest more than 70% in the businesses that will make of the future E.ON, namely wind, solar, distribution networks and customer solutions. This is an increase of about EUR 400 million compared to 2014. For the businesses that will make up the new company, CapEx will on the current planning amount to about EUR 1.1 billion, down about EUR 600 million year-on-year. CapEx strength is thus already starting to mirror the portfolio of the 2 companies. For the future E.ON, investments will remain relatively elevated and provide the foundation of continuous organic growth. For the new company, investments are being reduced as a reaction to the tough conditions, ensuring an attractive level of free cash flow generation.

 

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