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Last $71.70 USD
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120 Tredegar Street

Richmond, VA 23219

United States

Phone: 804-819-2000

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on capacity of Virginia Power’s electric utility fleet totals approximately 20,400 MW. The generation mix is diversified and includes coal, nuclear, gas, oil, hydro, renewables, and power purchase agreements. Virginia Power’s generation facilities are located in Virginia, West Virginia and North Carolina and serve load in Virginia and northeastern North Carolina. Dominion Energy The Dominion Energy segment of Dominion Gas includes the majority of the company’s regulated natural gas operations. DTI, the gas transmission pipeline and storage business, serves gas distribution businesses and other customers in the Northeast, mid-Atlantic and Midwest. Included in the transmission pipeline and storage business is gas gathering and processing activity, which sells extracted products at market rates. East Ohio, the primary gas distribution business of Dominion, serves residential, commercial and industrial gas sales, transportation and gathering service customers. Dominion Iroquois holds a 24.72% general partnership interest in Iroquois, which provides service to local gas distribution companies, electric utilities, and electric power generators, as well as marketers and other end users, through interconnecting pipelines and exchanges primarily in New York. The Blue Racer joint venture concentrates on building new gathering, processing, fractionation and Natural gas liquid transportation assets as the development of the Utica Shale formation increases. Dominion Energy’s gas distribution network is located in Ohio. This network involves approximately 18,800 miles of pipe, exclusive of service lines. Dominion Gas has approximately 7,700 miles of gas transmission, gathering and storage pipelines located in the states of Maryland, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia. Dominion Gas owns gas processing and fractionation facilities in West Virginia with a total processing capacity of 270,000 thousand cubic feet per day and fractionation capacity of 580,000 Gals per day. Dominion Gas also operates 20 underground gas storage fields located in New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia, with approximately 2,000 storage wells and approximately 399,000 acres of operated leaseholds. Certain storage fields are jointly-owned and operated by Dominion Gas. The capacity of those fields owned by Dominion Gas’ partners totals approximately 242 bcf. Dominion Energy has 142 compressor stations with approximately 869,000 installed compressor horsepower. Seasonality Dominion Energy’s natural gas distribution business earnings vary seasonally, as a result of the impact of changes in temperature on demand by residential and commercial customers for gas to meet heating needs. Historically, the majority of these earnings have been generated during the heating season, which is generally from November to March; however implementation of the straight-fixed-variable rate design at East Ohio has reduced the earnings impact of weather-related fluctuations. Demand for services at Dominion’s pipeline and storage business can also be weather sensitive. Strategy The company’s strategy is to be a leading provider of electricity, natural gas and related services to customers primarily in the eastern region of the U.S. Regulation The company and Virginia Power are subject to regulation by the Virginia State Corporation Commission, North Carolina Utilities Commission, Securities and Exchange Commission, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Energy, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Army Corps of Engineers, and other federal, state, and local authorities. The company, Virginia Power, and Dominion Gas, are also subject regulation by various federal, state and local authorities, including Public Utilities Commission of Ohio, Public Service Commission of West Virginia, and the Department of Transportation. Significant Events In May 2015, Dominion announced that it has acquired the 20MW Alamo solar facility in California from Eon North America. In June 2015, Almost 110 energy companies, manufacturers, economic developers, labor unions and civic groups have joined t

 

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