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August 25, 2014
07:02 EDTDUK, DYNDuke Energy asset sales positive, says RBC Capital
After Duke (DUK) agreed to sell midwest generation assets to Dynegy (DYN), RBC Capital says that the deal will increase the premium that investors are willing to pay for Duke, since it increases the weight of its regulated assets. The firm expects Duke to use the proceeds from the deal to increase its EPS, and it raised its price target on the shares to $81 from $80. It keeps an Outperform rating on the stock.
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October 31, 2014
14:09 EDTDUKDominion asks FERC to begin environmental review of Atlantic Coast Pipeline
Dominion (D), on behalf of its joint venture partners in the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, submitted a request to begin the pre-filing process with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, or FERC, asking the commission to begin its environmental review of the proposed $4.5B-$5B, 550-mile natural gas pipeline. Four U.S. energy companies, Dominion, Duke Energy (DUK), Piedmont Natural Gas (PNY) and AGL Resources (GAS), plan to build and own the pipeline, which would run from Harrison County, W.Va., southeast through Virginia with an extension to Chesapeake, Va., and then south through eastern North Carolina to Robeson County. The project will need the approvals of 40 federal, state and local regulatory agencies before construction can begin. The company expects to file its FERC application next summer, receive the FERC Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity in the summer of 2016 and begin construction shortly thereafter. The pipeline is expected to be in service by late 2018.
October 22, 2014
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