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Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated's Suppliers Performance

PEG's Supply Chain

 
PEG Costs vs Sales of Suppliers Growth Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated's Suppliers realized sales deteriorated by -31 % compare to the same quarter a year ago, from the previous quarter, sales fell by -19.48 %, Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated's cost of sales deteriorated by % year on year, compare to one quarter ago cost of sales fell by -17.19 % in Q2.

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Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated's Suppliers realized sales deteriorated by -31 % compare to the same quarter a year ago, from the previous quarter, sales fell by -19.48 %, Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated's cost of sales deteriorated by -6.7 % year on year, compare to one quarter ago cost of sales fell by -17.19 % in Q2.

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Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated's Comment on Supply Chain


Nuclear Fuel Supply—We have long-term contracts for nuclear fuel. These contracts provide for:
purchase of uranium (concentrates and uranium hexafluoride),
conversion of uranium concentrates to uranium hexafluoride, enrichment of uranium hexafluoride, and fabrication of nuclear fuel assemblies.

Coal Supply—Our Keystone, Conemaugh and Bridgeport stations operate on coal. Our Hudson and Mercer stations have the ability to operate on both coal and natural gas. We have coal contracts with numerous suppliers. Coal is delivered to our units through a combination of rail, truck, barge or ocean shipments.
In order to control emissions levels, our Bridgeport 3 unit uses a specific type of coal obtained from Indonesia. If the supply from Indonesia or equivalent coal from other sources was not available for this facility, its long-term operations would be adversely impacted since additional material capital expenditures would be required to modify this station to enable it to operate using a broader mix of coal sources.

Gas Supply—Natural gas is the primary fuel for the bulk of our load following and peaking fleet. We purchase gas directly from natural gas producers and marketers. These supplies are transported to New Jersey by three interstate pipelines with which we have contracted. In addition, we have firm gas transportation contracts to serve our BEC station in New York.
We have 1.3 billion cubic feet-per-day of firm transportation capacity under contract to meet our obligations under the BGSS contract. This transportation capacity includes approximately 0.6 billion cubic feet-per-day of access to the northeast Pennsylvania Marcellus shale gas region. We supplement that supply with a total storage capacity of 76 billion cubic feet. On an as-available basis, this firm transportation capacity may also be used to serve the gas supply needs of our generation fleet.

Oil—Oil is used as the primary fuel for one load following steam unit and nine combustion turbine peaking units and can be used as an alternate fuel by several load following and peaking units that have dual-fuel capability. Oil for operations is drawn from on-site storage and is generally purchased on the spot market and delivered by truck, barge or pipeline.
We expect to be able to meet the fuel supply demands of our customers and our own operations. However, the ability to maintain an adequate fuel supply could be affected by several factors not within our control, including changes in prices and demand, curtailments by suppliers, severe weather and other factors.

Although commodity revenues make up almost 43% of our revenues, we make no margin on the supply of electricity and gas since the actual costs are passed through to our customers.
All electric and gas customers in New Jersey have the ability to choose their own electric energy and/or gas supplier. Pursuant to the BPU requirements, we serve as the supplier of last resort for two types of electric and gas customers within our service territory that are not served by another supplier. The first type, which represents about 80% of PSE&G’s load requirements, provides default supply service for smaller industrial and commercial customers and residential customers at seasonally-adjusted fixed prices for a three-year term (BGS-Fixed Price). These rates change annually on June 1 and are based on the average price obtained at auctions in the current year and two prior years. The second type provides default supply for larger customers, with energy priced at hourly PJM real-time market prices for a contract term of 12 months (BGS-CIEP).
We procure the supply to meet our BGS obligations through auctions authorized by the BPU for New Jersey’s total BGS requirement. These auctions take place annually in February. Results of these auctions determine which energy suppliers are authorized to supply BGS to New Jersey’s EDCs. Once validated by the BPU, electricity prices for BGS service are set. Approximately one-third of PSE&G’s total BGS-Fixed Price eligible load is auctioned each year for a three-year term.


Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated's Comment on Supply Chain


Nuclear Fuel Supply—We have long-term contracts for nuclear fuel. These contracts provide for:
purchase of uranium (concentrates and uranium hexafluoride),
conversion of uranium concentrates to uranium hexafluoride, enrichment of uranium hexafluoride, and fabrication of nuclear fuel assemblies.

Coal Supply—Our Keystone, Conemaugh and Bridgeport stations operate on coal. Our Hudson and Mercer stations have the ability to operate on both coal and natural gas. We have coal contracts with numerous suppliers. Coal is delivered to our units through a combination of rail, truck, barge or ocean shipments.
In order to control emissions levels, our Bridgeport 3 unit uses a specific type of coal obtained from Indonesia. If the supply from Indonesia or equivalent coal from other sources was not available for this facility, its long-term operations would be adversely impacted since additional material capital expenditures would be required to modify this station to enable it to operate using a broader mix of coal sources.

Gas Supply—Natural gas is the primary fuel for the bulk of our load following and peaking fleet. We purchase gas directly from natural gas producers and marketers. These supplies are transported to New Jersey by three interstate pipelines with which we have contracted. In addition, we have firm gas transportation contracts to serve our BEC station in New York.
We have 1.3 billion cubic feet-per-day of firm transportation capacity under contract to meet our obligations under the BGSS contract. This transportation capacity includes approximately 0.6 billion cubic feet-per-day of access to the northeast Pennsylvania Marcellus shale gas region. We supplement that supply with a total storage capacity of 76 billion cubic feet. On an as-available basis, this firm transportation capacity may also be used to serve the gas supply needs of our generation fleet.

Oil—Oil is used as the primary fuel for one load following steam unit and nine combustion turbine peaking units and can be used as an alternate fuel by several load following and peaking units that have dual-fuel capability. Oil for operations is drawn from on-site storage and is generally purchased on the spot market and delivered by truck, barge or pipeline.
We expect to be able to meet the fuel supply demands of our customers and our own operations. However, the ability to maintain an adequate fuel supply could be affected by several factors not within our control, including changes in prices and demand, curtailments by suppliers, severe weather and other factors.

Although commodity revenues make up almost 43% of our revenues, we make no margin on the supply of electricity and gas since the actual costs are passed through to our customers.
All electric and gas customers in New Jersey have the ability to choose their own electric energy and/or gas supplier. Pursuant to the BPU requirements, we serve as the supplier of last resort for two types of electric and gas customers within our service territory that are not served by another supplier. The first type, which represents about 80% of PSE&G’s load requirements, provides default supply service for smaller industrial and commercial customers and residential customers at seasonally-adjusted fixed prices for a three-year term (BGS-Fixed Price). These rates change annually on June 1 and are based on the average price obtained at auctions in the current year and two prior years. The second type provides default supply for larger customers, with energy priced at hourly PJM real-time market prices for a contract term of 12 months (BGS-CIEP).
We procure the supply to meet our BGS obligations through auctions authorized by the BPU for New Jersey’s total BGS requirement. These auctions take place annually in February. Results of these auctions determine which energy suppliers are authorized to supply BGS to New Jersey’s EDCs. Once validated by the BPU, electricity prices for BGS service are set. Approximately one-third of PSE&G’s total BGS-Fixed Price eligible load is auctioned each year for a three-year term.



PEG's Suppliers Net profit fell by PEG's Suppliers Net margin fell in Q2 to
-81.53 % 2.26 %


Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated's Suppliers Sales Growth in Q2 2020 by Industry

Suppliers in Chemical Manufacturing Industry -15.79 %   
Suppliers in Aluminum Industry -20.77 %   
Suppliers in Iron & Steel Industry -32.75 %   
Suppliers in Metal Mining Industry -3.32 %   
Suppliers in Miscellaneous Fabricated Products Industry -34.37 %   
Suppliers in Construction Raw Materials Industry      9.24 %
Suppliers in Aerospace & Defense Industry      179.62 %
Suppliers in Construction Services Industry -7.71 %   
Suppliers in Miscellaneous Manufacturing Industry -10.47 %   
Suppliers in Industrial Machinery and Components Industry -11.07 %   
Suppliers in Conglomerates Industry -21.02 %   
Suppliers in Appliance & Tool Industry -16.44 %   
Suppliers in Electric & Wiring Equipment Industry -19.08 %   
Suppliers in Legacy Industry -78.16 %   
Suppliers in Coal Mining Industry      845.45 %
Suppliers in Oil And Gas Production Industry -58.11 %   
Suppliers in Oil & Gas Integrated Operations Industry -59.18 %   
Suppliers in Renewable Energy Services & Equipment Industry      9.82 %
Suppliers in Oil Refineries Industry -52.33 %   
Suppliers in Property & Casualty Insurance Industry -12.01 %   
Suppliers in Regional Banks Industry -19.69 %   
Suppliers in Real Estate Investment Trusts Industry -9.36 %   
Suppliers in Medical Equipment & Supplies Industry -65.92 %   
Suppliers in Advertising Industry -54.89 %   
Suppliers in Professional Services Industry -36.45 %   
Suppliers in Real Estate Operations Industry -16.25 %   
Suppliers in Environmental Services Industry -8.18 %   
Suppliers in Communications Equipment Industry -13.45 %   
Suppliers in Marine Transportation Industry      19.62 %
Suppliers in Electric Utilities Industry      0.18 %
Suppliers in Natural Gas Utilities Industry -17.9 %   
     
• PEG Suppliers Valuation • PEG Segment Rev. Growth • PEG Segment Inc. Growth • PEG Suppliers Mgmt. Effect.





PEG's vs. Suppliers, 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
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Allegheny Technologies Incorporated 2,407 2,982 -1,560 9,700
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Anadarko Petroleum Corp 35,730 13,706 -288 6,100
Quanta Services Inc 12,105 11,403 400 24,600
Apache Corporation 7,458 4,308 -4,904 4,950
Centerpoint Energy Inc 10,673 7,418 -773 8,540
Cms energy Corporation 16,967 6,680 752 7,741
Conocophillips 112,186 19,256 -2,655 19,100
Consolidated Edison Inc 22,177 12,246 1,144 14,601
Crane Co 4,914 2,937 181 0
Devon Energy Corp 8,281 4,828 -2,671 6,600
Dominion Energy Inc 25,470 14,172 -550 14,400
Dover Corporation 17,569 6,649 653 27,000
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
Eog Resources Inc 37,502 11,032 -605 3,000
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
Fluor Corporation 2,478 15,668 -367 37,508
Marathon Oil Corporation 8,813 3,086 -1,451 3,359
Agl Resources Inc. 0 7,905 331 5,165
Nisource Inc 8,355 9,363 -14 8,982
Parker hannifin Corporation 37,642 13,505 1,432 54,750
PEOPLES ENERGY CORPORATION 0 0 0 0
Pg and e Corp 21,052 18,469 -1,304 22,581
Ppl Corporation 20,159 7,607 1,469 17,391
Paragon Offshore Plc 0 231 605 0
Sempra Energy 33,515 11,370 4,105 17,046
The Southern Company 60,464 20,375 3,103 26,369
Sunoco Lp 2,585 10,710 212 22,500
Teco Energy Inc 0 5,014 198 4,400
Thomas & Betts Corporation 0 0 0 0
TXU CORP 0 0 0 0
Waste Management Inc 47,127 15,218 1,496 39,800
Williams Companies Inc 27,813 7,719 198 6,742
Xcel Energy Inc 31,053 21,328 1,473 11,589
XTO Energy Inc. 0 0 0 0
Valero Energy Corp 31,331 64,912 -1,107 10,007
Occidental Petroleum Corporation 49,391 17,809 -14,831 11,700
3m Company 102,253 32,184 5,388 89,800
Alcoa Corp 4,588 9,286 -14 61,000
Freeport mcmoran Inc 49,949 14,198 865 35,000
Eaton Corporation Plc 52,245 18,228 1,415 102,000
Emerson Electric Co 51,656 16,795 2,113 103,500
Chevron Corp 192,142 94,692 -5,561 64,700
Broadridge Financial Solutions Inc 16,785 155 662 0
Murphy Oil Corporation 2,507 1,967 -1,262 1,712
Dyne Therapeutics Inc 128 3,055 -538 1,679
Questar Gas Co 0 957 74 1,745
Wec Energy Group Inc 25,506 7,242 1,201 4,248
Eqt Corporation 4,908 3,059 -967 1,750
Scana Corporation 6,833 3,531 -115 5,989
Pepco Holdings Inc 0 4,340 -212 2,374
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Andeavor 15,308 38,637 1,833 5,600
Chesapeake Energy Corporation 30 5,963 -9,658 0
Titanium Metals Corp 0 0 0 0
Ameren Corporation 17,659 5,451 606 8,527
Rockwell Automation Inc 28,488 6,211 1,298 22,500
Loews Corp 13,069 12,583 -1,291 17,510
Sea Limited 0 2,175 -1,458 5,900
Hess Corporation 19,987 5,425 -2,978 3,045
NORTHEAST UTILITIES 0 0 0 8,248
Praxair Inc 47,954 12,037 1,500 27,780
General Electric Co 130,340 79,619 5,546 305,000
Tyco International Plc 0 0 0 57,000
Cnx Resources Corporation 2,822 1,258 -429 561
Peabody Energy Corp 421 2,881 -1,874 8,300
Flowserve Corp 4,839 5,692 137 18,000
Air Products And Chemicals Inc 56,901 8,977 1,929 19,700
Pioneer Natural Resources Co 24,514 7,574 174 4,075
Keycorp 19,677 5,665 1,343 13,853
Airgas Inc 0 0 0 17,000
First Solar Inc 8,680 2,711 398 6,060
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
Qep Resources Inc 835 734 3 765
Alpha Natural Resources, Inc. 0 0 0 12,400
Marathon Petroleum Corporation 35,394 69,779 -9,977 45,340
Itt Inc 7,286 2,478 74 9,400
Phillips 66 36,468 64,129 -3,714 14,000
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Kinder Morgan Inc 33,281 11,700 180 11,535
Pentair Plc 9,279 3,059 364 28,400
Honeywell International Inc 144,541 32,637 4,865 131,000
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Eversource Energy 27,350 8,904 1,213 8,248
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Golar Lng Limited 1,134 459 -122 30
Stealthgas Inc 0 144 2 758
Erickson Inc. 0 0 0 1,000
Emcor Group Inc 5,389 8,797 133 27,000
Ies Holdings Inc 965 1,178 43 3,106
Goldfield Corp 172 185 8 418
Preformed Line Products Company 368 462 33 2,744
Tutor Perini Corporation 754 5,319 152 10,626
Idex Corp 14,905 2,352 378 6,801
Xylem Inc 18,070 4,876 254 12,700
Hillenbrand inc 3,508 2,643 25 6,000
Kaman Corporation 1,350 784 -70 5,258
Dynagas Lng Partners Lp 103 131 4 1
Dorian Lpg Ltd 627 312 78 50
Navigator Holdings Ltd 559 301 -17 37
Axion Power International, Inc. 0 0 -12 16
Badger Meter Inc 3,172 426 49 1,514
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Bwx Technologies Inc 5,552 2,119 266 5,300
Carbon Credit International, Inc. 0 0 0 1
Abb Ltd 60,985 26,134 5,205 135,000
Orbital Energy Group Inc 189 -1 -15 0
Bel Fuse Inc 38 465 3 0
Eurosite Power Inc. 0 0 0 7
Hubbell Inc 9,700 4,186 356 16,200
Torotel Inc 37 26 1 138
Advanced Drainage Systems Inc 7,876 1,910 209 4,615
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Universal Stainless and Alloy Products Inc 91 180 -19 645
Centrus Energy Corp 252 210 35 446
Mdu Resources Group Inc 5,639 5,533 390 9,598
Aim Exploration Inc. 1 0 -1 1
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Energy Fuels Inc 580 2 -71 0
Uranium Energy Corp 403 0 -15 44
Solitario Zinc Corp 0 0 -1 5
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
Clear Channel Outdoor Holdings Inc 819 1,855 -600 0
Lsb Industries Inc 125 351 -62 610
Nacco Industries Inc 175 132 9 3,600
Western Uranium and Vanadium Corp 0 0 -3 2
American Superconductor Corp 606 81 -24 354
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Barnes Group Inc 2,667 1,124 63 5,036
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Circor International Inc 712 752 -198 2,400
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Liquidmetal Technologies Inc 100 1 -3 26
Mueller Water Products Inc 2,047 972 69 3,900
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Boqi International Medical Inc 65 0 -6 220
Enpro Industries Inc 1,685 988 214 5,000
Valmont Industries inc 5,056 2,895 142 10,697
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Empire Petroleum Corp 12 7 -6 1
Ageagle Aerial Systems Inc 11 1 -12 10
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