Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated  (PEG)
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Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated Segments

   40.77 % of total Revenue
   65.7 % of total Revenue
   4.46 % of total Revenue
   -10.94 % of total Revenue

Business Segments (Sep. 30, 2015)
(in millions $)
III. Quarter
(of total Revenues)
(Sep. 30, 2015)
(in millions $)
III. Quarter
(Profit Margin)
1,096.00 40.77 % 206.00 18.8 %
1,766.00 65.7 % 222.00 12.57 %
120.00 4.46 % 11.00 9.17 %
-294.00 -10.94 % 0.00 -
2,688.00 100 % 439.00 16.33 %

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Growth rates by Segment (Sep. 30, 2015)
Y/Y Revenue
III. Quarter
Q/Q Revenue
(Sep. 30, 2015)
Y/Y Income
III. Quarter
Q/Q Income
-33.78 % 6.93 % 3 % 24.1 %
55.18 % 20.46 % 0 % 32.93 %
-2.44 % 11.11 % -50 % -8.33 %
- - - -
1.78 % 16.16 % -1.13 % 27.25 %

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PSE&G is a New Jersey corporation, incorporated in 1924, and has principal executive offices at 80 Park Plaza, Newark, New Jersey 07102. PSE&G is an operating public utility company engaged principally in the transmission and distribution of electric energy and gas service in New Jersey. PSE&G, pursuant to an order of the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU) issued under the provisions of the New Jersey Electric Discount and Energy Competition Act, (EDECA), transferred all of its electric generation facilities, plant, equipment and wholesale power trading contracts to Power and its subsidiaries in August 2000. Also, pursuant to a BPU order, PSE&G transferred its gas supply business, including its inventories and supply contracts, to Power in May 2002.

PSE&G distributes electric energy and gas to end-use customers within its designated service territory. All electric and gas customers in New Jersey have the ability to choose an electric energy and/or gas supplier. Pursuant to BPU requirements, PSE&G serves as the supplier of last resort for electric and gas customers within its service territory. PSE&G earns no margin on the commodity portion of its electric and gas sales. PSE&G earns margins through the transmission and distribution of electricity and gas. PSE&G’s revenues for these services are based upon tariffs approved by the BPU and FERC. The demand for electric energy and gas by PSE&G’s customers is affected by customer conservation, economic conditions, weather and other factors not within PSE&G’s control.


Power is a Delaware limited liability company, formed in 1999, and has its principal executive offices at 80 Park Plaza, Newark, New Jersey 07102. Power is a multi-regional, independent wholesale energy supply company that integrates its generating asset operations with its wholesale energy, fuel supply, energy trading and marketing and risk management function through three principal direct wholly-owned subsidiaries: Nuclear, which owns and operates nuclear generating stations, Fossil, which develops, owns and operates domestic fossil generating stations and ER&T, which markets the capacity and production of Fossil’s and Nuclear’s stations and manages the commodity price risks and market risks related to generation.


Fossil uses coal, natural gas and oil for electric generation. These fuels are purchased through various contracts and in the spot market and represent a significant portion of Power’s working capital requirements. Changes in the prices of these fuel sources can impact Power’s costs and working capital requirements. The majority of Power’s fossil generating stations obtain their fuel supply from within the U.S. In order to minimize emissions levels, the Connecticut generating facilities use a specific type of coal, which is obtained from Indonesia through a fixed-price supply contract through 2008 and fixed-price transportation contracts through 2004. Fossil does not anticipate any difficulties in obtaining adequate coal, natural gas and oil supplies for its facilities over the next several years. However, if the supply of coal from Indonesia or equivalent coal from other sources was not available for the Connecticut facilities, additional material capital expenditures could be required to modify the existing plants to enable their continued operation.


ER&T purchases virtually all of the capacity and energy produced by Fossil and Nuclear. In conjunction with these purchases, ER&T uses commodity and financial instruments designed to cover estimated commitments for BGS and other bilateral contract agreements. ER&T also markets electricity, capacity, ancillary services and natural gas products on a wholesale basis. ER&T is a fully

Gas Supply

As described above, Power sells gas to PSE&G under the BGSS contract. About 40% of PSE&G’s peak daily gas requirements are provided through firm transportation, which is available every day of the year. The remainder comes from field storage, liquefied natural gas, seasonal purchases, contract peaking supply, propane and refinery and landfill gas. Power purchases gas for its gas operations directly from natural gas producers and marketers. These supplies are transported to New Jersey by four interstate pipeline suppliers.


Global is an independent power producer and distributor, which develops, owns and operates electric generation, transmission and distribution facilities in selected domestic and international markets.

Global realized substantial growth prior to 2002, but has been faced with significant challenges as the electricity privatization model has become stressed. These challenges have included political, economic and social crisis in areas such as Argentina, Brazil, Venezuela and India. A series of disruptive events have slowed privatization in many countries and have adversely affected Global’s existing investments. While Global still expects certain of its investments in Latin America to contribute significantly to its earnings in the future, adverse political and economic risks associated with this region could have a material adverse impact on its remaining investments in the region.


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