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Last $72.53 USD
Change Today +1.45 / 2.04%
Volume 3.4M
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550 South Tryon Street

Charlotte, NC 28202

United States

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e, LLC, to build and own the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP), a 550-mile interstate natural gas pipeline. The ACP is designed to meet the needs identified in requests for proposals by Duke Energy Carolinas, Duke Energy Progress, and Piedmont Natural Gas. Dominion would build and operate the ACP and would own 45 percent. The company would own 40 percent ownership of the pipeline through this segment. The remaining share would be owned by Piedmont Natural Gas and AGL Resources. Duke Energy Carolinas and Duke Energy Progress would be customers of the pipeline and enter into 20-year transportation contracts with ACP, subject to state regulatory approval. The project would require FERC approval. This segment has three wind projects totaling approximately 510 MW under various stages of construction in Starr County, Texas. A 200 MW project is expected to commence operation in the second quarter of 2015, a 110 MW project is expected to commence commercial operations by the end of 2015, and a third 200 MW project is expected to commence operation in the third quarter of 2016. All three projects have long-term power purchase agreements with third parties. Other Matters: This segment is subject to regulation at the federal level, primarily from the FERC. Subsidiaries Duke Energy Carolinas Duke Energy Carolinas, a regulated public utility, primarily engages in the generation, transmission, distribution, and sale of electricity in portions of North Carolina and South Carolina. Duke Energy Carolinas’ service area covers approximately 24,000 square miles; and supplies electric service to 2.5 million residential, commercial, and industrial customers. Duke Energy Carolinas is subject to the regulatory provisions of the NCUC, PSCSC, NRC, and FERC. Progress Energy Progress Energy, a public utility holding company, primarily engages in the regulated electric utility business and is subject to regulation by the FERC. Progress Energy conducts operations through its wholly owned subsidiaries, such as Duke Energy Progress and Duke Energy Florida. Duke Energy Progress: Duke Energy Progress, a regulated public utility, primarily engages in the generation, transmission, distribution, and sale of electricity in portions of North Carolina and South Carolina. Duke Energy Progress’ service area covers approximately 32,000 square miles; and supplies electric service to approximately 1.5 million residential, commercial, and industrial customers. Duke Energy Progress is subject to the regulatory provisions of the NCUC, PSCSC, NRC, and FERC. Duke Energy Florida: Duke Energy Florida, a regulated public utility, primarily engages in the generation, transmission, distribution, and sale of electricity in portions of Florida. Duke Energy Florida’s service area covers approximately 13,000 square miles; and supplies electric service to approximately 1.7 million residential, commercial, and industrial customers. Duke Energy Florida is subject to the regulatory provisions of the FPSC, NRC, and FERC. Duke Energy Ohio Duke Energy Ohio is a public utility that provides service in portions of Ohio and Kentucky. Duke Energy Ohio is subject to the regulatory provisions of the PUCO, KPSC, and FERC. Duke Energy Indiana Duke Energy Indiana, a regulated public utility, primarily engages in the generation, transmission, distribution, and sale of electricity in portions of Indiana. Duke Energy Indiana’s service area covers 23,000 square miles; and supplies electric service to 810,000 residential, commercial, and industrial customers. Duke Energy Indiana is subject to the regulatory provisions of the IURC and FERC. Environmental Matters Environmental laws and regulations affecting the company include, but are not limited to, the Clean Air Act, as well as state laws and regulations impacting air emissions, including State Implementation Plans related to existing and new national ambient air quality standards for ozone and particulate matter; the Clean Water Act; the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act; the Solid Waste Disposal Act, as amended by the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act; and th

 

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