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Sempra  (SRE)
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    Sector  Utilities    Industry Natural Gas Utilities
   Industry Natural Gas Utilities
   Sector  Utilities
 
Price: $70.0800 $1.64 2.396%
Day's High: $70.155 Week Perf: 2.89 %
Day's Low: $ 68.63 30 Day Perf: -0.74 %
Volume (M): 3,105 52 Wk High: $ 79.38
Volume (M$): $ 217,563 52 Wk Avg: $72.18
Open: $68.66 52 Wk Low: $63.75



 Market Capitalization (Millions $) 44,330
 Shares Outstanding (Millions) 633
 Employees 15,390
 Revenues (TTM) (Millions $) 16,720
 Net Income (TTM) (Millions $) 3,618
 Cash Flow (TTM) (Millions $) -73
 Capital Exp. (TTM) (Millions $) 8,397

Sempra
Sempra Energy is a Fortune 500 energy services holding company. Its business units provide a wide spectrum of value-added electric and natural gas products and services to a diverse range of customers. The company has four separately managed reportable segments comprised of Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas), San Diego Gas & Electric Company (SDG&E), Sempra Commodities and Sempra Generation. SoCalGas and SDG&E are collectively referred to as "the California Utilities."

Global is a holding company for most of the subsidiaries of Sempra Energy that are not subject to California utility regulation.

Globals principal subsidiaries provide the following energy-related products and services:

Sempra Commodities is a wholesale trader of physical and financial energy products, including natural gas, power, crude oil and other commodities, and a trader and wholesaler of metals, serving a broad range of customers;

Sempra Generation acquires, develops and operates power plants for the competitive market;

California Utility Operations

To understand the operations and financial results of the California Utilities, it is important to understand the ratemaking procedures to which they are subject.

The California Utilities are subject to various regulatory bodies and rules at the national, state and local levels. The primary California body is the CPUC which regulates utility rates and operations. The primary national bodies are the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC). The FERC regulates interstate transportation of natural gas and electricity and various related matters. The NRC regulates nuclear generating plants. Local regulators and municipalities govern the placement of utility assets, including natural gas pipelines and electric lines. Other business units are also subject to regulation including, as the case may be, the FERC, various state commissions, local bodies, and various similar bodies in countries other than the United States.


Customers

For regulatory purposes, customers are separated into core and noncore customers. Core customers are primarily residential and small commercial and industrial customers without alternative fuel capability. Noncore customers consist primarily of electric generation (EG), wholesale, large commercial, industrial and enhanced oil recovery customers.

The electric generation and wholesale power sales industries have become highly competitive.'As more plants are built and competitive pressures increase, the wholesale pricing of electricity becomes more volatile.
Without the benefit of long-term power sales agreements, such as the 10- year power sales agreement between SER and the DWR, Sempra Energys sales will be subject to increased price volatility, and it may be unable to sell the power generated by SERs facilities or operate those facilities profitably.



   Company Address: 488 8th Avenue San Diego 92101 CA
   Company Phone Number: 696-2000   Stock Exchange / Ticker: NYSE SRE
   


Customers Net Income fell by SRE's Customers Net Profit Margin fell to

-3.38 %

8.33 %

• Customers Performance • Customers Expend. • Customers Efficiency • List of Customers


   

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Sempra Infrastructure Shines with Positive Investment Decision for Cimarron Wind Project and Outperforms Competitors in Revenue, Profitability, and Net Income Growth

Published Thu, Mar 14 2024 10:55 AM UTC

Sempra Infrastructure, a subsidiary of Sempra, has recently announced its positive final investment decision for the development, construction, and operation of the Cimarron wind project. This project marks the third phase of the Energa... initiative and is set to contribute to Sempra's continued success in the renewable energy sector.Comparing Sempra's current results to it...

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Headline: Sempra's Fourth Quarter 2023 Financial Report Shows Mixed Results, Highlighted by Significant Earnings Growth


As the Fourth Quarter 2023 financial report of Sempra was released, investors were met with a combination of results that presented a mixed picture for the company. Despite a moderate revenue elevation of 1.042%, with revenue reaching $3.49 billion and earnings per share (EPS) at $0.36, an income reduction of -87.13% was recorded in comparison to the corresponding financial reporting period a year prior. This decline saw EPS drop by -68.57% from $1.14 per share, while revenue grew by 4.709% from $3.33 billion.
One highlight of the report was the significant increase in earnings, with $856.000 million generated in the fourth quarter of 2023, marking a remarkable growth rate of 109.8% from the net earnings of $408.000 million reported in the same period a year ago. Additionally, Sempra emphasized its improving profit margins, with the net margin rising to 24.52% in the fourth quarter of 2023 and the operating margin reaching 65.4%.

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Sempra's Staggering Blow: Natural Gas Utilities Giant Takes a Heart-Stopping Plunge in Revenue for Q3 2023



Sempra, a leading energy infrastructure company, recently released its financial results for the July to September 30, 2023 fiscal interval. The report shows a decline in revenue and profitability, but also highlights improvements in profit margins and operating earnings. Let's delve into the details and analyze the facts.
1. Revenue and Profitability:
Sempra witnessed a -7.824% drop in revenue, totaling $3.33 billion, from the same reporting period a year ago. This decline impacted profitability significantly, with earnings per share tumbling by -62.75% to $1.14, compared to $3.06 per share in the previous reporting period.

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Sempra Shows Resilience Amid Struggle: Despite a Revenue Decline, Accelerates Earnings Growth in Q2 2023

Sempra Faces Revenue Decline, but Shows Promise in Earnings Growth
In the face of a weak financial second quarter in 2023, Sempra experienced a notable increase in its earnings per share. The company's income per share grew by 7.91% to reach $1.91 per share, a positive sign for investors. However, revenue took a hit, decreasing by -5.977% to $3.34 billion compared to the same period last year.
These figures indicate a notable deterioration in earnings, with a decline of -37.79% from the previous reporting period ($3.07 per share). The decrease in revenue was even more significant, tumbling by -49.162% from $6.56 billion. Despite these challenges, Sempra's net earnings for the financial second quarter of 2023 saw an 11.68% increase to $736.000 million, compared to $659.000 million in the same quarter a year ago.

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SRE Soars with Phenomenal Performance: Revenues Surge by 71.728% and EPS Jumps by 59.07% in Q1 2023

Sempra Energy's impressive financial performance in the first quarter of 2023 indicates a bright future for the natural gas utilities company. With a tremendous surge in revenue by 71.728%, reaching $6.56 billion and an even more impressive jump of 59.07% in earnings per share to $3.07 from the comparable quarter a year before, there's no stopping this company.
The Q4 revenue took a significant leap from $3.46 billion to $6.56 billion, a growth of 89.87%. EPS also improved drastically by 120.59% from $1.39 per share. Net earnings rose by 78.39% to $1,172.000 million in the January to March 31, 2023 period, compared to $657.000 million reported in the previous year's period.






 

Sempra's Segments
 
Southern California Gas
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San Diego Gas & Electric
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Sempra Mexico
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Sempra South American Utilities
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Sempra Renewables
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Sempra LNG
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Sempra's Operating Statistics Decrease / Increase
       
Utilities Gas Deliverie (Bcf)   Utilities Gas Deliverie (Bcf) Decline   
Utilities Gas Customers (thousands)    Utilities Gas Customers (thousands) Growth   
Utilities Electric Deliveries (Millions kWhs)   Utilities Electric Deliveries (Millions kWhs) Decline   
Utilities Electric Customers (thousands)    Utilities Electric Customers (thousands) Growth   
Sempra International Power Sold (Millions kWhs)   Sempra International Power Sold (Millions kWhs) Decline   
Sempra Commodities Gas Margin (millions $)     
Sempra Commodities Power Margin (millions $)     
Sempra Commodities Oil Crude & Products Margin (millions $)     
Sempra Commodities Metals Margin (millions $)     
Sempra Commodities Other Margin (millions $)     
Sempra Commodities Total Margin (millions $)     




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