September 2008 but never executed. Fossil fuel generation acquisitions would give it more leverage to power and gas prices. Duke Energy , American Electric Power, and AES’ DPL are said to be shopping coal and gas plants in Exelon’s core territory. We think
ability to generate cash flow. Below are several companies that are NOT cutting their dividends, but instead raising them: Duke Energy Corporation ( DUK ) operates as an energy company in the United States and Latin America. July 1st the company increased
Duke Energy Corporation ( DUK ) declares $0.795/share quarterly dividend , 1.9% increase from prior dividend of $0.78. Forward yield 4.29% Payable Sept. 16; for shareholders of record Aug. 15; ex-div Aug. 13. Post your comment!
By Anup Singh : Southern Company ( SO ) and Duke Energy ( DUK ) are two utility companies that investors can consider buying. However, Southern looks like a better bet over Duke due
decision from regulators. Because its recent growth projects are funded through contracted rates with large utilities such as Duke Energy , Piedmont was able to avoid requesting base rate increases for nearly five years in North Carolina, its largest service
By Anup Singh : Utility company Duke Energy ( DUK ) is known for its solid dividend yield of 4.30 ..... Let's find out. A focused approach is driving results Duke Energy is focused on delivering affordable and reliable services
RALEIGH, N.C., June 25 (Reuters) - North Carolina's state Senate on Wednesday unanimously approved a bill calling for the closure of Duke Energy 's 33 coal ash ponds in the state within 15 years,...
Duke Energy ( DUK ) says it will build a three-site solar energy project in eastern North Carolina that will be the largest east of the Mississippi
operating a large portfolio of pipelines, storage, gathering and processing assets. The company came into existence in 2006 as Duke Energy ( DUK ) spun-off its natural gas business, including Westcoast Energy and Union Gas, to form Spectra Energy. The company
volatility than a traditional stock portfolio. Stocks with lower volatility tend to have more stable earnings. For example, Duke Energy 's DUK net income fell only slightly, from $1.4 billion in 2008 to $1.1 billion in 2009. Contrast that with Exxon