Last 311.90 GBp
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Volume 8.3M
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centrica plc (CNA) Snapshot

Open
313.80 GBp
Previous Close
312.80 GBp
Day High
314.00 GBp
Day Low
311.50 GBp
52 Week High
09/20/13 - 403.20 GBp
52 Week Low
02/10/14 - 302.50 GBp
Market Cap
15.7B
Average Volume 10 Days
9.3M
EPS TTM
0.18 GBp
Shares Outstanding
5.0B
EX-Date
04/23/14
P/E TM
17.0x
Dividend
18.89 GBp
Dividend Yield
6.06%
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centrica plc (CNA) Details

Centrica plc operates as an integrated energy company in the United Kingdom, North America, Norway, and internationally. The company is engaged in the supply of gas and electricity to 11 million homes in the United Kingdom; provides installation, repair, and maintenance services for central heating, plumbing and drains, gas appliances, and kitchen appliances; and supplies gas and electricity, as well as provides energy related services to business customers. It is also involved in the production, processing, trading, and optimization of gas and oil, as well as development of new fields; and generation, trading, and optimization of power from thermal, nuclear, and wind sources. In addition, the company provides gas storage services in the United Kingdom. Further, it supplies gas and electricity to residential customers, as well as supplies gas, electricity, and energy management solutions to commercial and industrial customers in North America; provides installation and maintenance services for heating, ventilation and air conditioning equipment, and water heaters, as well as breakdown services in North America; and is engaged in the gas and oil production, power generation, and procurement and trading activities in the wholesale energy markets. The company operates 7 combined cycle gas turbine power stations in the United Kingdom; 8 nuclear power stations in the United Kingdom; 5 onshore and offshore wind farms in the United Kingdom; and 6,000 natural gas wells in Western Canada, as well as has power purchase agreements. It serves residential, commercial, industrial, public institution, government, and national account customers in 8 Canadian provinces and the United States. The company is based in Windsor, the United Kingdom.

34,489 Employees
Last Reported Date: 02/20/14

centrica plc (CNA) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive, Executive Director, Chairman...
Total Annual Compensation: 1.8M GBP
Group Finance Director, Executive Director, C...
Total Annual Compensation: 943.0K GBP
Managing Director of International Upstream, ...
Total Annual Compensation: 1.1M GBP
Managing Director of International Downstream...
Total Annual Compensation: 954.0K GBP
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

centrica plc (CNA) Key Developments

Centrica plc, Trinity Exploration & Production plc - M&A Call

To discuss the agreement with Centrica plc to acquire its 80% interests in Blocks 1a and 1b offshore the west coast of Trinidad

Investors Reportedly Eye Centrica

Investors reportedly eye Centrica plc (LSE:CNA). Some very nosey buyers have been switching on to Centrica in recent days amid growing speculation that a cash-rich international buyer is looking to buy a sizeable stake, prior to launching a full-scale cash bid. The shares retrieved an early fall to finish 0.8% better at 330.5 pence on June 5, 2014 due to gossip that the Qataris have approached Centrica's shareholders with an offer to buy big lines of stock at up to £4-plus a share.

Qatar Rumored To Be Eyeing Centrica Assets

Qatar is said to be eyeing power plants from Centrica plc (LSE:CNA). Qatar is in talks with Centrica over investing in UK power plants. According to the news report, Mohammed bin Saleh Al–Sada, Qatar's Energy Minister, and Sam Laidlaw, Centrica’s Chief Executive, both declined to comment on rumors. Saleh Al–Sada said that Qatar was ‘discussing some projects’ in the UK energy sector with Centrica, citing ‘a lot of common interest and values between the two companies’. The minister assed, “We invested together in Canada and we are still discussing other potential investment. We are capitalising on the success and positive commonalities between the two and we were just talking about a few areas of future cooperation.” Mark Hanafin, Head of upstream for Centrica, said, “Nebras was looking with Centrica at the UK's need for more gas–fired power plants and "whether there is potential there because we know how to consent plants, we know how to build them and we know how to run them". He added: "There is a natural conversation to have.” Nebras is a firm created by Qatar Investment Authority and Qatar Electricity & Water Company Q.S.C (DSM:QEWS). Centrica’s shares rose 1.5% on the takeover rumors.

 

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