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Sempra Energy

SRE.N

Latest Trade

131.04USD

Change

0.62(+0.48%)

Volume

392,146

Today's Range

130.00

 - 

131.94

52 Week Range

88.15

 - 

161.80

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Pricing

Previous Close
130.42
Open
130.85
Volume
392,146
3M AVG Volume
29.47
Today's High
131.94
Today's Low
130.00
52 Week High
161.80
52 Week Low
88.15
Shares Out (MIL)
288.47
Market Cap (MIL)
37,622.29
Forward P/E
17.07
Dividend (Yield %)
3.21

Next Event

Dividend For SREA.N - 0.3634 USD

Latest Developments

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Sempra Energy - Unit Reached FID For Development, Construction, Operation Of ECA LNG Phase 1 Natural Gas Liquefaction-Export Project In Mexico

Sempra Energy Reports Q3 Earnings Per Share $1.21

Sempra Energy Q2 Earnings Per Share $7.61

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About Sempra Energy

Sempra Energy is an energy infrastructure company. The Company invests in, develops and operates energy infrastructure, and provides electric and gas services to customers in North America. The Company’s segments are San Diego Gas & Electric Company (SDG&E), Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas), Sempra Texas Utilities, Sempra Mexico, and Sempra Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG). SDG&E provides electric services and natural gas services. SoCalGas owns and operates a natural gas distribution, transmission and storage system that supplies natural gas. Sempra Mexico segment includes energy infrastructure business. Sempra LNG develops projects for the export of LNG, holds an interest in a facility for the export of LNG, owns and operates natural gas pipelines, and buys, sells and transports natural gas through its marketing operations, all within the United States and Mexico. Sempra Texas Utilities includes its investment in Oncor Holdings.

Industry

Electric Utilities

Contact Info

488 8th Ave,

PO Box 129400

SAN DIEGO, CA

92101-7123

United States

+1.619.6962000

https://www.sempra.com/

Executive Leadership

Jeffrey Walker Martin

Chairman of the Board, President, Chief Executive Officer

Trevor I. Mihalik

Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President

Scott Drury

Chief Executive Officer of SoCalGas

Kevin Sagara

Group President

Caroline Winn

Chief Executive Officer of SDG&E

Key Stats

2.17 mean rating - 18 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, USD)

2017

11.2K

2018

11.7K

2019

10.8K

2020(E)

11.3K
EPS (USD)

2017

5.420

2018

5.570

2019

6.780

2020(E)

7.669
Price To Earnings (TTM)
20.80
Price To Sales (TTM)
3.40
Price To Book (MRQ)
1.87
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
13.36
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
109.39
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
93.64
Return on Investment (TTM)
2.40
Return on Equity (TTM)
2.03

Latest News

Latest News

Sempra develops plan to inject hydrogen into California natgas grid

U.S. energy company Sempra Energy said Monday that two of its California utilities were developing a program to use surplus renewable power to produce green hydrogen that can be injected into the natural gas grid to help to reduce carbon emissions.

Venture Global delays Louisiana Plaquemines LNG export FID to 2021

Sempra Energy's Costa Azul liquefied natural gas plant in Mexico will be the only North American LNG export project to go forward this year now that Venture Global delayed its plan to start on its proposed Plaquemines project in Louisiana until 2021.

UPDATE 1-Sempra to go ahead with Mexico Costa Azul LNG export plant

U.S. energy company Sempra Energy said on Tuesday its ECA Liquefaction subsidiary will build the Costa Azul liquefied natural gas export plant in Mexico, the only LNG export project in the world to get a final investment decision (FID) in 2020.

Sempra to go ahead with Mexico's Costa Azul LNG export

Sempra Energy said on Tuesday it reached a final investment decision (FID) to build a liquefied natural gas export project in Mexico, the only LNG export project in the world to reach FID this year as coronavirus hit demand for fuel.

Mexico president offers Sempra LNG export permit on condition

U.S.-based Sempra Energy will be granted an export permit for a liquefied natural gas facility in northwest Mexico if the company helps address excess supply in the area, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Friday.

Sempra to make decision on Mexico Costa Azul LNG export plant this year

U.S. energy company Sempra Energy <SRE.N> said Thursday it still expects to get an export permit from Mexico soon that will allow it to make a final investment decision this year to build its proposed Costa Azul liquefied natural gas export plant.

Sempra sees Cameron LNG export plant in Louisiana fully back in 6 weeks

Sempra Energy said it expects the Cameron liquefied natural gas (LNG) export plant in Louisiana to return to full service in six weeks after lingering power outages from Hurricane Laura have kept it shut since late August.

BRIEF-Saudi Aramco Slows Diversification Plans Amid Industry Downturn - WSJ

* SAUDI ARAMCO SLOWS DIVERSIFICATION PLANS AMID INDUSTRY DOWNTURN - WSJ

Exclusive: Mexico tacks on request to Sempra unit's LNG export permit, say sources

Mexico's government wants the local unit of Sempra Energy to build another export facility to help sell off excess natural gas in return for granting the energy infrastructure company a historic export permit, according to three people familiar with the matter.

Sempra Energy says Cameron LNG plant launches full commercial operations

U.S. energy company Sempra Energy said late Monday its $10 billion Cameron liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal in Louisiana has started full commercial operations under its tolling agreements.

Sempra still waiting for Mexican export permit for Costa Azul LNG

U.S. energy company Sempra Energy said on Wednesday it continues to work with the Mexican government to get a 20-year export permit for the first phase of its proposed Costa Azul liquefied natural gas (LNG) export plant in Mexico.

UPDATE 1-Saudi Aramco's Bahri puts LNG tanker plan on hold - sources

* Move on hold after Sempra's decision to delay Port Arthur (Adds detail)

Sempra delays big Texas LNG project as global energy demand slumps

Sempra Energy <SRE.N> on Monday said it was delaying a decision to go ahead with a large LNG export project in Texas until 2021, as the coronavirus pandemic cuts global demand for energy.

UPDATE 1-Sempra confirms decision on Mexico LNG project, may delay decision on Texas plant

Sempra Energy said on Tuesday it will go forward this year with plans to sanction a liquefied natural gas (LNG) export plant in Mexico, but may push back a decision on a separate Texas plant.

Sempra to go ahead with Costa Azul LNG project amid virus concerns

Sempra Energy said on Tuesday it will go forward with its plan to build the first phase of the Costa Azul liquefied natural gas (LNG) export plant in Mexico.

Sempra to decide on U.S., Mexican LNG export plants in 2020

California energy company Sempra Energy said on Thursday it expects to make final investment decisions (FID) this year to build two new liquefied natural gas (LNG) export plants - one in the United States and one in Mexico:

UPDATE 1-Sempra Energy exits S.America with $2.23 bln sale of Chilean businesses

U.S. power company Sempra Energy said on Monday it would sell is Chilean businesses to China's State Grid International Development Ltd for $2.23 billion in cash as part of its plan to exit South America and shore up capital.

Sempra Energy to sell Chilean businesses for $2.23 billion to China's State Grid

U.S. power company Sempra Energy <SRE.N> said on Monday it would sell is Chilean businesses to China's State Grid International Development Limited for $2.23 billion in cash.

Exclusive: Sempra nears $3 billion Chile sale to China's State Grid - sources

U.S. power company Sempra Energy <SRE.N> is near an agreement to sell its Chilean business to State Grid Corporation of China for close to $3 billion, the latest deal in its bid to shed non-core assets, people familiar with the matter said on Friday.

UPDATE 1-U.S. Supreme Court rejects dispute over 2007 California wildfire payouts

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear a bid by Sempra Energy's San Diego Gas & Electric Co to recover $379 million from customers related to damages it was forced to pay out in litigation after the deadly 2007 California wildfires that burned hundreds of homes.

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