Sea Limited  (SE)
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    Sector  Energy    Industry Oil And Gas Production
   Industry Oil And Gas Production
   Sector  Energy

Sea Limited Segments

U.S. Transmission
   54.26 % of total Revenue
   18.53 % of total Revenue
Western Canada Transmission & Processing
   25.53 % of total Revenue
   1.68 % of total Revenue

Business Segments (Sep. 30, 2015)
(in millions $)
III. Quarter
(of total Revenues)
(Sep. 30, 2015)
(in millions $)
III. Quarter
(Profit Margin)
U.S. Transmission
612.00 54.26 % 488.00 79.74 %
209.00 18.53 % 70.00 33.49 %
Western Canada Transmission & Processing
288.00 25.53 % 117.00 40.63 %
19.00 1.68 % -12.00 -
1,128.00 100 % 660.00 58.51 %

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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
U.S. Transmission
9.68 % 1.49 % 15.64 % 577.78 %
-19.62 % -27.93 % -14.63 % 55.56 %
Western Canada Transmission & Processing
-25.58 % -5.26 % -25 % 85.71 %
850 % 11.76 % - -
-6.55 % -7.08 % -4.62 % 76.94 %

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Business Segments Description


Spectra Energy’s U.S. Gas Transmission business provides transportation and storage of natural gas for customers in various regions of the Eastern and Southeastern United States and the Maritimes Provinces in the United States and Canada. Spectra Energy’s U.S. pipeline systems consist of more than 12,800 miles of transmission pipelines with five primary transmission systems: Texas Eastern Transmission, L.P. (Texas Eastern), Algonquin Gas Transmission, LLC (Algonquin), East Tennessee Natural Gas, LLC (East Tennessee), Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline, LLC and Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline, L.P. (collectively, Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline), and Gulfstream Natural Gas System, LLC (Gulfstream). These pipeline systems receive natural gas from major North American producing regions for delivery to markets. For 2006, U.S. gas transmission’s proportional throughput for its pipelines totaled 1,930 TBtu, compared to 1,953 TBtu in 2005. This includes throughput on wholly owned pipelines and its proportional share of throughput on pipelines that are not wholly owned. A majority of contracted transportation volumes are under long-term firm service agreements with local distribution company (LDC) customers in the pipelines’ market areas. Firm transportation services are also provided to gas marketers, producers, other pipelines, electric power generators and a variety of end-users, and both firm and interruptible transportation services are provided to various customers on a short-term or seasonal basis. In the course of providing transportation services, U.S. Gas Transmission also processes natural gas on its Texas Eastern system. Demand on the pipeline systems is seasonal, with the highest throughput occurring during colder periods in the first and fourth calendar quarters.


Spectra Energy’s Western Canada Transmission & Processing business is comprised of the BC Pipeline and Field Services operations, the Midstream operations and the NGL Marketing operations.

BC Pipeline and Field Services provide natural gas transportation and gas gathering and processing services. BC Pipeline is regulated by the National Energy Board (NEB) under full cost of service regulation, and transports processed natural gas from facilities primarily in northeast British Columbia (BC) to markets in the lower mainland of BC and the US Pacific Northwest. The BC Pipeline has approximately 1,800 miles of transmission pipeline in British Columbia and Alberta, as well as 18 mainline compressor stations. For 2006, throughput for the BC Pipeline totaled 579 TBtu, compared to 619 TBtu in 2005. Total transmission capacity is approximately 2.0 Bcf per day.

The BC Field Services business, which is regulated by the NEB under a “light-handed” regulatory model, consists of raw gas gathering pipelines and gas processing facilities, primarily in northeast BC. These facilities provide services to natural gas producers to remove impurities from the raw gas stream including water, carbon dioxide, hydrogen sulfide and other substances. Where required, these facilities also remove various NGLs for subsequent sale. The BC Field Services business includes five gas processing plants located in British Columbia, 22 field compressor stations, and more than 1,800 miles of gathering pipelines.

The Midstream business provides similar gas gathering and processing services in BC and Alberta through Spectra Energy’s 46% interest in Spectra Energy Income Fund (Income Fund), formerly Duke Energy Income Fund, a Canadian Income Trust. The Midstream business consists of 13 natural gas processing plants and approximately 1,000 miles of gathering pipelines. Total processing capacity is approximately 870 MMcf per day.

The Empress NGL Marketing business provides NGL extraction, fractionation, transportation, storage and marketing services to both western Canadian producers and NGL customers throughout Canada and the northern tier of the U.S. Assets include, among other things, a majority ownership interest in an NGL extraction plant, an integrated NGL fractionation facility, an NGL transmission pipeline, seven terminals along the pipeline, two NGL storage facilities, and an NGL marketing and gas supply business. Total processing capacity of the Empress system is approximately 2.4 Bcf of gas per day. The Empress system is located in Western and Central Canada.


Spectra Energy provides retail distribution services in Canada through its subsidiary, Union Gas Limited (Union Gas). Union Gas owns primarily pipeline, storage and compression facilities used in the transportation, storage and distribution of natural gas. Union Gas’ system consists of approximately 22,000 miles of distribution pipelines. Union Gas’ underground natural gas storage facilities have a working capacity of approximately 150 Bcf in 20 underground facilities located in depleted gas fields. Its transmission system consists of approximately 3,000 miles of high-pressure transmission pipeline and six mainline compressor stations.

Union Gas distributes natural gas to approximately 1.3 million residential, commercial and industrial customers in Northern, Southwestern and Eastern Ontario and provides storage, transportation and related services to utilities and other industry participants in the gas markets of Ontario, Quebec and the Central and Eastern United States. Union Gas is regulated by the Ontario Energy Board (OEB) pursuant to the provisions of the Ontario Energy Board Act (1998) and is subject to regulation in a number of areas including rates.

Union Gas provides natural gas storage and transportation services for other utilities and energy market participants in Ontario, Quebec and the United States. Its storage and transmission system forms an important link in moving natural gas from Western Canadian and U.S. supply basins to Central Canadian and Northeastern U.S. markets. Transportation and storage customers are primarily Canadian natural gas transmission and distribution companies. A substantial amount of Union Gas’ annual transportation and storage revenue is generated by fixed demand charges under contracts with remaining terms of up to 11 years and an average outstanding term of 3.9 years.

Union Gas’ distribution services to power generation and industrial customers are affected by weather, economic conditions and the price of competitive energy sources. Most of Union Gas’ power generation, industrial and large commercial customers, and a portion of residential customers, purchase their natural gas directly from suppliers or marketers. Because Union Gas earns income from the distribution of natural gas and not the sale of the natural gas commodity, gas distribution margins are not affected by the source of customers’ gas supply.


Field Services includes Spectra Energy’s investment in DCP Midstream. Field Services gathers, compresses, processes, transports, trades and markets, and stores natural gas. DCP Midstream also fractionates, transports, gathers, treats, processes, trades and markets, and stores NGLs. In July 2005, Spectra Energy Capital completed the disposition of its 19.7% interest in DCP Midstream, which resulted in Spectra Energy Capital and ConocoPhillips becoming equal 50% owners in DCP Midstream. Additionally, the disposition transaction included the acquisition of ConocoPhillips’ interest in the Empress System and the transfer of the Canadian Midstream operations of Field Services to Spectra Energy Capital. Subsequent to the closing of the DCP Midstream disposition transaction, effective July 1, 2005, DCP Midstream was no longer consolidated into Spectra Energy Capital’s consolidated financial statements and is accounted for as an equity method investment. The Canadian Midstream operations and the Empress System were transferred to Spectra Energy’s Western Canada Transmission & Processing segment. Additionally, in February 2005, DCP Midstream sold its wholly-owned subsidiary, Texas Eastern Products Pipeline Company, LLC, the general partner of TEPPCO Partners L.P., and Spectra Energy sold its limited partner interest in TEPPCO Partners L.P., in each case to the same unrelated third party.

In 2005, DCP Midstream formed DCP Midstream Partners, LP a master limited partnership. DCP Midstream Partners, LP (DCPLP) completed an initial public offering in December 2005. As a result, DCP Midstream has a 42% ownership interest in DCPLP, consisting of a 40% limited partner ownership interest and a 2% general partner ownership interest. DCP Midstream owns 100% of the general partner of DCPLP and, therefore, consolidates DCPLP in its financial statements.

DCP Midstream operates in 16 states in the United States (Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Mississippi, New Mexico, New York, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Texas, Rhode Island, Vermont and Wyoming). DCP Midstream’s gathering systems include connections to several interstate and intrastate natural gas and NGL pipeline systems and one natural gas storage facility. DCP Midstream gathers raw natural gas through gathering systems located in seven major natural gas producing regions: Permian Basin, Mid-Continent, East Texas-North Louisiana, Gulf Coast, South, Central, and Rocky Mountain. DCP Midstream owns or operates approximately 56,000 miles of gathering and transmission pipe, with approximately 34,000 active receipt points.

DCP Midstream’s natural gas processing operations separate raw natural gas that has been gathered on its own systems and third-party systems into condensate, NGLs and residue gas. DCP Midstream processes the raw natural gas at 53 natural gas processing facilities.

The NGLs separated from the raw natural gas are either sold and transported as NGL raw mix, or further separated through a fractionation process into their individual components (ethane, propane, butane, and natural gasoline) and then sold as components. DCP Midstream fractionates NGL raw mix at six processing facilities that it owns and operates and at four third-party-operated facilities in which it has an ownership interest. In addition, DCP Midstream operates a propane wholesale marketing business. DCP Midstream sells NGLs to a variety of customers ranging from large, multi-national petrochemical and refining companies to small, regional retail propane distributors. Substantially all of its NGL sales are at market-based prices.

The residue gas separated from the raw natural gas is sold at market-based prices to marketers and end-users, including large industrial customers and natural gas and electric utilities serving individual consumers. DCP Midstream markets residue gas directly or through its wholly-owned gas marketing company and its affiliates. DCP Midstream also stores residue gas at its 8 Bcf natural gas storage facility.

DCP Midstream uses NGL trading and storage at the Mont Belvieu, Texas and Conway, Kansas NGL market centers to manage its price risk and to provide additional services to its customers. Asset-based gas trading and marketing activities are supported by ownership of the Spindletop storage facility and various intrastate pipelines which provide access to market centers/hubs such as Katy, Texas, and the Houston Ship Channel. DCP Midstream undertakes these NGL and gas trading activities through the use of fixed forward sales, basis and spread trades, storage opportunities, put/call options, term contracts and spot market trading. DCP Midstream believes there are additional opportunities to grow its services with its customer base.


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