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Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated  (PEG)
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Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated's Customers Performance

PEG

 
PEG's Source of Revenues Customers of Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated saw their costs of revenue fall by -32.69 % in Q2 compare to a year ago, sequentially costs of revenue were trimmed by -22.93 %, for the same period Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated revnue deteriorated by -11.49 % year on year, sequentially revnue fell by -26.29 %.

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Customers of Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated saw their costs of revenue fall by -32.69 % in Q2 compare to a year ago, sequentially costs of revenue were trimmed by -22.93 %, for the same period Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated revnue deteriorated by -11.49 % year on year, sequentially revnue fell by -26.29 %.

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Customers Net Income grew in Q2 by Customers Net margin grew to
14.02 % 11.19 %



Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated's Customers, Q2 2020 Revenue Growth By Industry
Customers in Chemical Manufacturing Industry -16.41 %   
Customers in Aluminum Industry -19.01 %   
Customers in Iron & Steel Industry -35.09 %   
Customers in Miscellaneous Fabricated Products Industry -36.18 %   
Customers in Paper & Paper Products Industry -19.86 %   
Customers in Construction Raw Materials Industry      1.28 %
Customers in Aerospace & Defense Industry -25.04 %   
Customers in Miscellaneous Manufacturing Industry -7.52 %   
Customers in Auto & Truck Manufacturers Industry -43.6 %   
Customers in Auto & Truck Parts Industry -56.59 %   
Customers in Agricultural Production Industry -17.06 %   
Customers in Legacy Industry -78.16 %   
Customers in Oil And Gas Production Industry -52.7 %   
Customers in Oil & Gas Integrated Operations Industry -54.9 %   
Customers in Oil Refineries Industry -42.56 %   
Customers in Property & Casualty Insurance Industry -10.63 %   
Customers in Software & Programming Industry      2.72 %
Customers in Electric Utilities Industry      0.28 %
Customers in Natural Gas Utilities Industry -16.79 %   
     
• Customers Valuation • Segment Rev. Growth • Segment Inc. Growth • Customers Mgmt. Effect.


Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers



The vast majority of Power’s generation assets are located in three centralized, competitive electricity markets operated by ISO organizations all of which are subject to the regulatory oversight of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC):

PJM Regional Transmission Organization—PJM conducts the largest centrally dispatched energy market in North America. It serves over 61 million people, nearly 20% of the total United States population, and has a peak demand of 165,492 MW. The PJM Interconnection coordinates the movement of electricity through all or parts of Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia and the District of Columbia. The majority of our generating stations operate in PJM.

New York—The New York ISO (NYISO) is the market coordinator for New York State and is responsible for managing the New York Power Pool and for administering its energy marketplace. This service area has a population of about 20 million and a peak demand of 33,939 MW. Our BEC station operates in New York.

New England—The ISO-New England (ISO-NE) is the market coordinator for the New England Power Pool and for administering its energy marketplace which covers Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island. This service area has a population of about 14 million and a peak demand of 28,130 MW. Our Bridgeport and New Haven stations operate in Connecticut.

PSE&G distributes gas and electricity to end users in our service territory. Our load requirements were split among residential, commercial and industrial customers. We believe that we have all the franchise rights (including consents) necessary for our electric and gas distribution operations in the territory we serve.

Historically, there has been significant volatility in commodity prices. Such volatility can have a considerable impact on us since a rising commodity price environment results in higher delivered electric and gas rates for customers. This could result in decreased demand for electricity and gas, increased regulatory pressures and greater working capital requirements as the collection of higher commodity costs from our customers may be deferred under our regulated rate structure. A declining commodity price on the other hand, would be expected to have the opposite effect.


Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers


The vast majority of Power’s generation assets are located in three centralized, competitive electricity markets operated by ISO organizations all of which are subject to the regulatory oversight of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC):

PJM Regional Transmission Organization—PJM conducts the largest centrally dispatched energy market in North America. It serves over 61 million people, nearly 20% of the total United States population, and has a peak demand of 165,492 MW. The PJM Interconnection coordinates the movement of electricity through all or parts of Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia and the District of Columbia. The majority of our generating stations operate in PJM.

New York—The New York ISO (NYISO) is the market coordinator for New York State and is responsible for managing the New York Power Pool and for administering its energy marketplace. This service area has a population of about 20 million and a peak demand of 33,939 MW. Our BEC station operates in New York.

New England—The ISO-New England (ISO-NE) is the market coordinator for the New England Power Pool and for administering its energy marketplace which covers Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island. This service area has a population of about 14 million and a peak demand of 28,130 MW. Our Bridgeport and New Haven stations operate in Connecticut.

PSE&G distributes gas and electricity to end users in our service territory. Our load requirements were split among residential, commercial and industrial customers. We believe that we have all the franchise rights (including consents) necessary for our electric and gas distribution operations in the territory we serve.

Historically, there has been significant volatility in commodity prices. Such volatility can have a considerable impact on us since a rising commodity price environment results in higher delivered electric and gas rates for customers. This could result in decreased demand for electricity and gas, increased regulatory pressures and greater working capital requirements as the collection of higher commodity costs from our customers may be deferred under our regulated rate structure. A declining commodity price on the other hand, would be expected to have the opposite effect.








PEG's vs. Customers, Data

(Revenue and Income for Trailing 12 Months, in Millions of $, except Employees)



COMPANY NAME MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated 27,292 9,611 1,739 12,689
The Aes Corporation 16,748 9,660 152 18,500
American Electric Power Co Inc 37,238 14,919 2,197 1,859
Cms energy Corporation 16,967 6,680 752 7,741
Conocophillips 112,186 19,256 -2,655 19,100
Dominion Energy Inc 25,470 14,172 -550 14,400
Dte Energy Co 22,955 12,177 1,371 10,000
Duke Energy Corporation 63,850 23,868 1,082 28,344
Edison International 20,408 13,578 871 13,690
Entergy Corporation 17,493 10,114 1,407 13,393
Exelon Corporation 37,789 33,039 1,954 0
Exxon Mobil Corporation 220,352 181,502 -23,251 75,300
Firstenergy Corp 17,995 10,790 1,079 15,557
Marathon Oil Corporation 8,813 3,086 -1,451 3,359
Nisource Inc 8,355 9,363 -14 8,982
Ppl Corporation 20,159 7,607 1,469 17,391
Paragon Offshore Plc 0 231 605 0
The Southern Company 60,464 20,375 3,103 26,369
Teco Energy Inc 0 5,014 198 4,400
TXU CORP 0 0 0 0
Williams Companies Inc 27,813 7,719 198 6,742
Xcel Energy Inc 31,053 21,328 1,473 11,589
Century Aluminum Company 1,229 1,652 -93 1,778
NextEra Energy, Inc. 0 0 0 0
Rowan Companies Plc 1,379 1,120 -50 4,051
Dyne Therapeutics Inc 128 3,055 -538 1,679
Questar Gas Co 0 957 74 1,745
Cf Industries Holdings inc 9,767 4,124 432 2,800
Wec Energy Group Inc 25,506 7,242 1,201 4,248
Scana Corporation 6,833 3,531 -115 5,989
Pepco Holdings Inc 0 4,340 -212 2,374
Dover Corporation 17,569 6,649 653 27,000
Ameren Corporation 17,659 5,451 606 8,527
Sempra Energy 33,515 11,370 4,105 17,046
NORTHEAST UTILITIES 0 0 0 8,248
Pinnacle West Capital Corporation 7,905 3,587 570 6,366
Pg and e Corp 21,052 18,469 -1,304 22,581
Centerpoint Energy Inc 10,673 7,418 -773 8,540
Consolidated Edison Inc 22,177 12,246 1,144 14,601
PEOPLES ENERGY CORPORATION 0 0 0 0
Agl Resources Inc. 0 7,905 331 5,165
Anadarko Petroleum Corp 35,730 13,706 -288 6,100
Eqt Corporation 4,908 3,059 -967 1,750
Chesapeake Energy Corporation 30 5,963 -9,658 0
Sea Limited 0 2,175 -1,458 5,900
Oneok Inc 19,760 8,542 613 2,269
Nrg Energy Inc 8,945 9,261 4,068 9,806
Berkshire Hathaway Inc 539,579 246,497 36,353 0
Phillips 66 36,468 64,129 -3,714 14,000
Alcoa Corp 4,588 9,286 -14 61,000
United States Steel Corp 3,673 9,741 -1,165 34,680
Ford Motor Co 46,543 127,144 -1,276 187,000
Boeing Co 121,839 58,158 -11,941 168,400
Tesla Inc 699,143 31,536 862 10,161
Mosaic Co 11,348 8,682 666 9,100
Eversource Energy 27,350 8,904 1,213 8,248
Oil dri Corporation Of America 247 283 19 797
Accuride Corp 0 0 0 2,290
Meritor Inc 2,223 3,032 243 8,400
American Axle and Manufacturing Holdings Inc 1,057 4,711 -561 13,050
Dana Corporation 0 0 0 0
Dana Inc 3,448 7,106 -51 22,600
Cooper standard Holdings Inc 609 2,375 -269 29,000
Fuel Systems Solutions, Inc. 0 0 0 1,300
Greenkraft, Inc. 3 1 0 18
Horizon Global Corp 313 565 -64 2,700
Superior Industries International Inc 530 1,073 -321 3,050
Enerpulse Technologies, Inc. 0 0 0 8
Federal Signal Corporation 2,276 1,131 96 2,200
Saleen Automotive Inc 0 38 6 22
Toyota Motor Credit Corporation 421,014 23,650 1,611 348,877
Wabco Holdings Inc 7,013 3,234 199 12,429
Omnitek Engineering Corp 4 1 -1 11
China Green Agriculture Inc 29 241 -173 17
Kiwa Bio-tech Products Group Corp 1 39 -1 1
Novelis Inc 0 11,371 124 11,970
Mercer International Inc 984 1,423 -17 1,486
Titan International Inc 504 1,231 -71 600
Fairmount Santrol Holdings Inc. 1,289 1,061 94 744
Hi crush Inc 16 623 -554 0
Headwaters Inc 0 681 -25 2,665
Mdu Resources Group Inc 5,639 5,533 390 9,598
Smart Sand Inc 130 145 43 103
Advanced Emissions Solutions Inc 103 59 -12 25
Clarivate Plc 11,224 1,610 -328 1,334
Cabot Corporation 2,786 2,633 -197 4,300
Bioamber Inc. 1 15 -102 86
Innophos Holdings Inc 633 766 29 1,319
Lsb Industries Inc 125 351 -62 610
Oci Partners Lp 986 368 41 122
Quantumsphere, Inc. 0 0 -3 7
Westlake Chemical Partners Lp 822 994 358 141
Honda Motor Co Ltd 48,478 139,769 4,773 0
Kaiser Aluminum Corporation 1,825 1,173 29 2,760
Enpro Industries Inc 1,685 988 214 5,000
Olympic Steel Inc 204 1,234 -6 1,660
Macquarie Infrastructure Corporation 2,732 847 -928 3,600
Sprague Resources Lp 497 2,708 35 600
Cvr Energy inc 2,219 0 -256 968
Cleartronic Inc 11 2 0 8
Arcelormittal 23,573 70,615 -2,391 0
SUBTOTAL 3,046,635 1,424,056 11,225 1,454,344


       
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