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Price: $72.5100 $3.56 5.163%
Day's High: $74.6834 Week Perf: 5.78 %
Day's Low: $ 69.80 30 Day Perf: 33.63 %
Volume (M): 7,374 52 Wk High: $ 175.36
Volume (M$): $ 534,718 52 Wk Avg: $77.36
Open: $72.00 52 Wk Low: $40.67



 Market Capitalization (Millions $) 38,627
 Shares Outstanding (Millions) 533
 Employees 5,900
 Revenues (TTM) (Millions $) 9,955
 Net Income (TTM) (Millions $) -2,043
 Cash Flow (TTM) (Millions $) 3,785
 Capital Exp. (TTM) (Millions $) 807

Sea Limited

Spectra Energy Corp (Spectra Energy) owns and operates a large and diversified portfolio of complementary natural gas-related energy assets and is one of North America’s premier midstream natural gas companies. For close to a century, Spectra Energy and its predecessor companies have developed critically important pipelines and related energy infrastructure connecting natural gas supply sources to premium markets. Spectra Energy operates in three key areas of the natural gas industry: transmission and storage, distribution and gathering and processing. The midstream sector of the natural gas industry is the link between the production of natural gas and the delivery of its components to end-use markets, and consists of the transmission and storage and the gathering and processing areas of the industry. Based in Houston, Texas, Spectra Energy provides transportation and storage of natural gas to customers in various regions of the Eastern and Southeastern United States, the Maritimes Provinces and the Pacific Northwest in the United States and Canada and in the province of Ontario in Canada. It also provides natural gas sales and distribution service to retail customers in Ontario, and natural gas gathering and processing services to customers in Western Canada. Spectra Energy also has a 50% ownership in DCP Midstream, LLC, (DCP Midstream), formerly Duke Energy Field Services, LLC, one of the largest natural gas gatherers and processors in the United States. Spectra Energy’s operations are subject to various federal, state, provincial and local laws and regulations.

Spectra Energy’s pipeline systems consist of approximately 17,500 miles of transmission pipelines. The pipeline systems receive natural gas from major North American producing regions for delivery to markets primarily in the Mid-Atlantic, New England and Southeastern states, the Maritimes Provinces, Ontario, Alberta and the Pacific Northwest. For 2006, Spectra Energy’s proportional throughput for its pipelines totaled 3,248 trillion British thermal units (TBtu), compared to 3,410 TBtu in 2005. These amounts include throughput on wholly-owned U.S. and Canadian pipelines and Spectra Energy’s proportional share of throughput on pipelines that are not wholly-owned. Spectra Energy’s storage facilities provide approximately 265 Bcf of storage capacity in the United States and Canada.

DCP Midstream gathers, compresses, processes, transports, trades and markets, and stores natural gas. DCP Midstream also fractionates, transports, gathers, treats, processes, trades and markets, and stores natural gas liquids, or NGLs. DCP Midstream is 50% owned by ConocoPhillips and 50% owned by Spectra Energy. DCP Midstream gathers raw natural gas through gathering systems located in major natural gas producing regions: Permian Basin, Mid-Continent, East Texas-North Louisiana, Gulf Coast, South, Central and Rocky Mountain.

Competition

Spectra Energy’s U.S. transportation and storage businesses compete with similar facilities that serve its supply and market areas in the transportation and storage of natural gas. The principal elements of competition are rates, terms of service and flexibility and reliability of service.

Western Canada Transmission & Processing businesses compete with third-party midstream companies, exploration and production companies and pipelines in the transportation of natural gas. The Company competes directly with other pipeline facilities serving its market areas. The principal elements of competition are rates, terms of service, and flexibility and reliability of service. Customer demands for toll certainty and lower cost tailored services have promoted increased competition from other midstream service companies and producers. Spectra Energy believes it is able to offer a very competitive service offering along all of these dimensions due to its scale, geographical presence in important supply and market areas, financial stability and flexibility, and the strength of stakeholder relationships. Moreover, the presence of our existing pipeline assets, right of way, customer base and operations enables Spectra Energy to more quickly and cost effectively add capacity and service for customers in core markets. Spectra Energy’s reputation for customer service, project execution, stakeholder relations, reliability and predictable rates further enhance its competitive advantage. Taken as a whole, Spectra Energy believes its service offerings are among the most competitive in the sector.

Union Gas is a regulated entity and is not generally subject to third-party competition within its distribution franchise area, although a recent decision of the OEB has permitted physical bypass of Union Gas’ facilities even within its distribution franchise area. In addition, other companies could enter Union Gas’ markets or regulations could change.

In gathering and processing natural gas and in marketing and transporting natural gas and NGLs, DCP Midstream competes with major integrated oil companies, major interstate and intrastate pipelines, national and local natural gas gatherers, and brokers, marketers and distributors of natural gas supplies. Competition for natural gas supplies is based primarily on the reputation, efficiency and reliability of operations, the availability of gathering and transportation to high-demand markets, the pricing arrangement offered by the gatherer processor and the ability of the gatherer/processor to obtain a satisfactory price for the producer’s residue gas and extracted NGLs. Competition for sales to customers is based primarily upon reliability, services offered, and price of delivered natural gas and NGLs.



   Company Address: 1 Fusionopolis Place, #17-10 Galaxis 138522
   Company Phone Number: 6270-8100   Stock Exchange / Ticker: NYSE SE
   SE is expected to report next financial results on April 21, 2023.


Customers Net Income grew by SE's Customers Net Profit Margin grew to


15.02 %

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Sea Limited's Segments
 
U.S. Transmission
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Distribution
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Western Canada Transmission & Processing
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Other
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