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Report- Dark Days Ahead: Financial Factors Cloud Future Profitability at Dominion’s Brayton Point

Report- Dark Days Ahead: Financial Factors Cloud Future Profitability at Dominion’s Brayton Point

Dark Days Ahead: Financial Factors Cloud Future Profitability at Dominion’s Brayton Point (pdf).      

March 1, 2013 Read More →

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More problems for troubled Atlantic Coast Pipeline

Rocky Mount Telegram: A planned interstate natural gas pipeline through Nash County may have run its course before any fuel has flowed. In a case of bad news coming in threes, the Atlantic Coast Pipeline recently has been downgraded as an investment, taken the brunt of a scathing environmental report and got trounced in a […]

February 19, 2019 Read More →

Dominion: Atlantic Coast pipeline may cost $7.5 billion, not be built until 2021

Reuters: Dominion Energy Inc said on Friday the estimated cost of its Atlantic Coast natural gas pipeline from West Virginia to North Carolina has risen to $7.0 billion-$7.5 billion, adding that it has delayed the expected completion date to early 2021. The company said previously the project would cost an estimated $6.5 billion-$7.0 billion, excluding […]

February 4, 2019 Read More →

Dominion suspends work on Atlantic Coast natural gas pipeline

Platts: Dominion Energy has suspended construction on the full 600-mile route of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, except for some ‘stand-down’ activities, after an appeals court stay last week, the company told the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Friday. Dominion said its action to halt work on the natural gas project was in response to the […]

December 10, 2018 Read More →

FERC orders construction halt at Atlantic Coast Pipeline

WV Public Broadcasting: Federal regulators halted all construction of the 604-mile, interstate Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) following a federal court’s ruling this week that invalidated two major federal permits. The Friday evening decision comes just a week after regulators issued a similar stop work order for another major interstate natural gas project, the Mountain Valley […]

August 13, 2018 Read More →

Dominion Review Not Good News For Its Older Coal Plants

Associated Press: Dominion Energy plans to place nine of its older, inefficient and rarely used power-generating units across Virginia into a dormant status, the company announced Wednesday. The change is among dozens being implemented after a months-long review of the company’s power generation group, Paul Koonce, president and CEO of that division, said in an […]

January 18, 2018 Read More →

Dominion SCANA Deal Begs Question: What’s Next For Santee Cooper?

The Post and Courier: Dominion Energy delivered a blockbuster offer to buy SCANA Corp. on Wednesday in the wake of South Carolina’s failed nuclear project, pitching a $14.6 billion deal that would be among the largest in state history. The offer from the Virginia-based utility giant, which SCANA has accepted, vowed to deliver lower electric […]

January 5, 2018 Read More →

Merger Deal Between Dominion and SCANA Would Write Off $1.7 Billion for Failed Nuclear Plant

Utility Dive: Dive Brief: Dominion Energy and SCANA Corp. have agreed to an all-stock merger that company officials say will lower customer rates and help unwind financial obligations related to the abandoned V.C. Summer nuclear project.  SCANA shareholders would receive 0.669 shares of Dominion stock for every share of SCANA — or $55.35/share, a 28% premium on Tuesday’s closing […]

January 3, 2018 Read More →
IEEFA Update: Atlantic Coast Pipeline Risk Is Being Borne Not by Dominion and Duke, but by Their Customers

IEEFA Update: Atlantic Coast Pipeline Risk Is Being Borne Not by Dominion and Duke, but by Their Customers

Little Potential Corporate Loss on a Superfluous Project

Dominion Resources and Duke Energy say they need to build the Atlantic Coast Pipeline to meet rapidly growing demand for natural gas. But will the market really grow in the way that these utilities say that it will? The pipeline, announced in 2014 as a joint venture between Dominion, Duke, Piedmont Natural Gas and AGL […]

September 8, 2017 Read More →

Questions Remain on Dominion’s Proposed Pipeline

Washington Post: FERC has a history of approving most of the pipeline projects it reviews. It doesn’t delve too deeply into the economic viability of the projects, relying instead on whether customers have signed up to use the new pipelines. “There is no planning process. They [FERC] are less interested in the issue of need,” […]

September 2, 2017 Read More →

Dominion Energy Makes a Play for Big Renewables Customers in North Carolina and Virginia

Utility Dive: Dominion is moving ahead with development of a clean-energy option for large customers, as it seeks more renewables on its system. In Virginia, the utility wants to reach 15% renewable energy by 2025; in North Carolina, the utility is targeting 12.5% by 2021. The targets would put Dominion on track to meet the […]

July 26, 2017 Read More →