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Open
€52.77
Previous Close
€52.80
Day High
€52.89
Day Low
€52.73
52 Week High
04/26/13 - €57.59
52 Week Low
10/4/13 - €48.57
Market Cap
37.4B
Average Volume 10 Days
54.3
EPS TTM
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Shares Outstanding
707.0M
EX-Date
02/12/14
P/E TM
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Dividend
€3.17
Dividend Yield
4.44%
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duke energy corp (D2MN) Details

Duke Energy Corporation, together with its subsidiaries, operates as an energy company in the United States and Latin America. It operates through three segments: Regulated Utilities, International Energy, and Commercial Power. The Regulated Utilities segment generates, transmits, distributes, and sells electricity in Ohio and Kentucky; and transports and sells natural gas in Southwestern Ohio and Northern Kentucky. This segment owns approximately 50,000 megawatts of generation capacity; and uses coal, oil, hydroelectric, natural gas, and nuclear fuel to generate electricity. It serves approximately 7.2 million retail electric customers in 6 states in the Southeast and Midwest regions of the United States with a service area covering approximately 104,000 square miles; approximately 500,000 retail natural gas customers in southwestern Ohio and northern Kentucky. This segment is also involved in the wholesale of electricity to incorporated municipalities, electric cooperative utilities, and other load-serving entities. The International Energy segment operates and manages power generation facilities; and markets and sells electric power, natural gas, and natural gas liquids. This segment serves retail distributors, electric utilities, independent power producers, marketers, and industrial and commercial companies. The Commercial Power segment owns, operates, and manages power plants, as well as is involved in the wholesale marketing and procurement of electric power, fuel, and emission allowances related to plants. It also retails electricity; and operates and develops transmission projects. This segment generates electricity through coal, natural gas, and renewable energy sources. Duke Energy Corporation was founded in 1916 and is headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina.

27,948 Employees
Last Reported Date: 02/28/14
Founded in 1916

duke energy corp (D2MN) Top Compensated Officers

Vice Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and Pr...
Total Annual Compensation: $929.2K
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice Pr...
Total Annual Compensation: $409.8K
Executive Vice President and President of Duk...
Total Annual Compensation: $633.3K
Executive Vice President and President of Com...
Total Annual Compensation: $600.0K
Executive Vice President of Regulated Utiliti...
Total Annual Compensation: $559.7K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

duke energy corp (D2MN) Key Developments

Biomass Energy, Duke Energy, Generadora De Occidente, Generadora Del Este, Generadora Montecristo, Genor, Hidronorte, Hidro Xacbal, Inde, Ingenio Magdalena, Ixtal, Puerto Quetzal Power and Renace Win Power Supply Contracts

Guatemala energy authorities awarded short-term contracts to supply distributors Eegsa, Deocsa and Deorsa with power. The winners are Biomass Energy, Duke Energy, Generadora de Occidente, Generadora del Este, Generadora Montecristo, Genor, Hidronorte, Hidro Xacbal, Inde, Ingenio Magdalena, Ixtal, Puerto Quetzal Power and Renace. Biomass, bunker, coal and hydroelectric plants will supply 316MW in 2014 - 2015, 280MW in 2015 - 2016 and 280MW in 2016 - 2017. Contracts will be signed in coming weeks as supply begins on May 1, 2014 and runs through April 30, 2017.

Duke Energy Wants Judge to Dismiss Citizens Groups from Ash Pits Pollution Cleanup Lawsuit

Duke Energy announced that it is asking a judge to prevent citizens groups from taking part in any enforcement action that would make the company clean up nearly three dozen coal ash pits across North Carolina. The Department of Environment and Natural Resources filed a complaint against Duke last year. Several citizens groups got involved in the case, saying the pits polluted groundwater. But Duke filed a motion March 31, 2014 to remove the citizens' groups from the case. The company had agreed to a consent order last year to study cleaning up ash pits at two plants, but that agreement was recently scrapped. The motion comes nearly two months after a massive coal ash spill at Duke's plant in Eden coated 70 miles of the Dan River in toxic sludge.

Duke Energy and Piedmont Natural Gas to Build Second Major Natural Gas Pipeline into North Carolina

Duke Energy and Piedmont Natural Gas will jointly issue a solicitation for proposals to build and operate a second major wholesale natural gas pipeline into North Carolina to meet growing demand for the fuel in the Carolinas and possibly surrounding states. Duke Energy's increasing reliance on natural gas to generate electricity, coupled with Piedmont's growing customer demand, warrant investment in a new pipeline that would bolster reliability and diversity of natural gas supplies, the two companies state in their solicitation. Currently, North Carolina is served primarily by a single major wholesale interstate natural gas pipeline that runs through the state. A new pipeline would expand Duke Energy's and Piedmont's 'access to competitive, secure, diverse and abundant supplies,' and 'enhance the reliability of future natural gas deliveries into the state'. The two companies have 'a strong preference' for a new pipeline route that provides geographical diversity relative to the path of North Carolina's existing major wholesale interstate pipeline, the solicitation states. Additionally, the new pipeline should allow for 'future low-cost expansions with minimal environmental impact.' In addition, the construction of numerous natural gas-fired power plants nationwide in the wake of coal-fired power plant closures - due to environmental regulations and low natural gas prices - has significantly increased demand for natural gas. Duke Energy also has proposed a new natural gas-fired power plant in South Carolina. Duke Energy and Piedmont both view a new supply of natural gas as a powerful engine for statewide economic development and job growth, potentially helping North Carolina attract new, gas-dependent companies and industries. The new pipeline would generate a significant number of construction jobs during its building process, as well as new tax revenue for the communities through which it passes. Duke Energy and Piedmont will consider 'a joint venture, ownership interest, strategic partnership or other financial-based arrangement' in support of the selected proposal. Specifically, the two companies seek an initial natural gas pipeline capacity of as much as 900 million cubic feet per day, with a target in-service date of late 2018. The companies expect to select a proposal by late 2014.

 

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