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Dominion Energy NYSE:D Stock Report

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23 Sep, 2022


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Future Growth1/6
Past Performance0/6
Financial Health2/6

D Stock Overview

Dominion Energy, Inc. produces and distributes energy in the United States.

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Price History & Performance

Summary of all time highs, changes and price drops for Dominion Energy
Historical stock prices
Current Share PriceUS$77.75
52 Week HighUS$88.78
52 Week LowUS$70.37
1 Month Change-7.78%
3 Month Change-0.50%
1 Year Change4.25%
3 Year Change-4.00%
5 Year Change1.07%
Change since IPO379.69%

Recent News & Updates

Sep 05
Dominion Energy, Inc.'s (NYSE:D) Intrinsic Value Is Potentially 72% Above Its Share Price

Dominion Energy, Inc.'s (NYSE:D) Intrinsic Value Is Potentially 72% Above Its Share Price

In this article we are going to estimate the intrinsic value of Dominion Energy, Inc. ( NYSE:D ) by taking the expected...

Aug 11

Dominion Energy: A Sensible Prospect If You Believe In Management's Vision

Dominion Energy has had an interesting operating history, but the general trend has been positive for investors. Though Dominion stock is not exactly cheap, it is cheap compared to similar firms. Add on top of this management's aim for the next few years, and it could make for a decent prospect for the right kind of investor. On August 8th, the management team at Dominion Energy (D) announced financial results covering the second quarter of the company's 2022 fiscal year. The results provided by management were mixed in nature, with revenue beating expectations and earnings missing. Despite these mixed results, the company remains confident in its long-term trajectory, with earnings forecasted to grow as the company continues investing heavily into growth projects. For the most part, shares of the company do look to be near the cheap end of what similar players are trading for. Though on an absolute basis, I would argue that shares are not exactly cheap. But that's to be expected in the utility space. The company is unlikely to appeal to very many value-oriented investors. But for those who believe in management's ability to grow moving forward and who are drawn to the utility space, it could make for a reasonable prospect to consider. A look at Dominion Energy's Q2 earnings results Today, Dominion Energy operates as one of the largest producers and distributors of energy in the US. As of the end of its latest fiscal year, the company had 30.2 GW of electric generating capacity, 10,700 miles of electric transmission lines, 78,000 miles of electric distribution lines, and 95,700 miles of gas distribution mains and related service facilities. The company's operations span 13 states and service roughly 7 million customers. Over the years, the company has continued to transition into an entity that's more focused on state-regulated earnings. This has involved a number of transactions, including its various growth investments in regulated infrastructure, its combination with SCANA, the sale of its gas transmission and storage operations, the sale of interests in non-regulated generating facilities and natural gas gathering and processing investments, and more. The company's ultimate goal is to generate at least 90% of the earnings from its primary operating segments from state-regulated electric and natural gas utility businesses. But of course, such a significant amount of change is not easy and it most certainly is not quick. It's truly transformative, as the company's financial data has shown. Author - SEC EDGAR Data The past few years have been rather interesting for Dominion Energy. The company has shown no true trend when it comes to growth. For instance, revenue went from $12.59 billion in 2017 to $11.20 billion one year later. In 2019, sales jumped to $14.40 billion before dipping to $14.17 billion in 2020. Sales fell further in 2021, dropping to $13.96 billion. Volatility like this from year to year is generally associated with corporate instability. But that is not exactly the case here. The fact of the matter is that Dominion Energy is an incredibly large and complex company with many working parts and a lot of activity going on. For instance, from 2020 to 2021, sales were hit to the tune of $402 million because of decreased market prices affecting its Millstone assets. This was offset to some degree by a $390 million increase in fuel costs that were included in utility rates as a result of an increase in commodity costs associated with sales to gas utility customers and electric utility retail customers. But this is only the tip of the iceberg. The company's annual report lists six major contributors to decreased sales, with eight different contributors that helped to offset this to some degree. Again, some of this volatility can be related to the company's aforementioned changes. Although the revenue picture for the company has been all over the place, some profitability metrics have trended higher. But of course, not all of them have. Consider net income. This metric fell from roughly $3 billion in 2017 to $625 million in 2019 before rebounding and eventually climbing to $2.58 billion last year. Operating cash flow, meanwhile, saw a consistent trend, climbing from $4.50 billion in 2017 to $5.23 billion in 2020. In 2021, it ultimately fell to $4.04 billion. If we adjust for changes in working capital, the picture becomes somewhat more volatile. But the overall trend is so positive, with a metric climbing from $5.18 billion to $6.21 billion over the past five years. And finally, EBITDA has trended mostly positive, climbing from $6.24 billion to $7.20 billion over the past five years. Author - SEC EDGAR Data So far for 2022, the picture for the company has been somewhat mixed. Consider the latest quarter. In the second quarter of the year, the company generated revenue of $3.60 billion. In addition to beating the $3.04 billion generated in the second quarter of 2021, it beat analysts' expectations by $88.53 million. Even though revenue increased, profitability did suffer some. Net income turned from a positive $285 million to a negative $453 million. On a per-share basis, the company generated a loss of $0.58. This missed analysts’ expectations by $1.33 per share. On the other hand, if we use the adjusted figures, earnings would have been $0.77, beating expectations by $0.02. Operating cash flow declined from $788 million to $236 million. But if we adjust for changes in working capital, it would have risen from $1.17 billion to $1.71 billion. Meanwhile, however, EBITDA also fell, dropping from $1.46 billion to $455 million. All of this can be seen in the chart above, while in the chart below you can see data that shows a similar trend for the full first half of the year. Author - SEC EDGAR Data When it comes to the 2022 fiscal year as a whole, the only guidance management gave involved earnings per share. They currently expect this to be between $3.95 and $4.25. Using midpoint figures, this would translate to net income of $3.41 billion. We don't really know what to expect for the rest of the profitability metrics. But if we were to annualize those, we should anticipate adjusted operating cash flow of $6.71 billion and EBITDA of around $5.15 billion. Author - SEC EDGAR Data Using these figures, we can easily value the company. On a price-to-earnings basis, the firm is trading at a forward multiple of 19.4. That's down from the 25.6 multiple we get if we use 2021 estimates. The price to adjusted operating cash flow multiple should drop from 10.8 to 10. And the EV to EBITDA multiple should increase from 15 to 20.9. As part of my analysis, I decided to compare the company to five similar firms. On a price-to-earnings basis, the four companies with positive results ranged from a low of 19.3 to a high of 24.1. Using the price to operating cash flow approach, the range was from 7.4 to 31.3. In both cases, only one of the companies was cheaper than Dominion Energy. Using the EV to EBITDA approach, however, Dominion Energy was the most expensive of the group. Company Price / Earnings Price / Operating Cash Flow EV / EBITDA Dominion Energy 19.4 10.0 20.9 Sempra (SRE) 19.3 12.8 15.9 National Grid (NGG) N/A 7.4 13.9 Consolidated Edison (ED) 21.6 10.6 11.7 WEC Energy Group (WEC) 24.1 12.8 15.8 Public Service Enterprise Group (PEG) 20.2 31.3 18.3

Shareholder Returns

DUS Integrated UtilitiesUS Market

Return vs Industry: D underperformed the US Integrated Utilities industry which returned 15.5% over the past year.

Return vs Market: D exceeded the US Market which returned -21.6% over the past year.

Price Volatility

Is D's price volatile compared to industry and market?
D volatility
D Average Weekly Movement2.6%
Integrated Utilities Industry Average Movement3.0%
Market Average Movement6.9%
10% most volatile stocks in US Market15.9%
10% least volatile stocks in US Market2.8%

Stable Share Price: D is less volatile than 75% of US stocks over the past 3 months, typically moving +/- 3% a week.

Volatility Over Time: D's weekly volatility (3%) has been stable over the past year.

About the Company

198317,100Bob Blue

Dominion Energy, Inc. produces and distributes energy in the United States. The company operates through four segments: Dominion Energy Virginia, Gas Distribution, Dominion Energy South Carolina, and Contracted Assets. The Dominion Energy Virginia segment generates, transmits, and distributes regulated electricity to approximately 2.7 million residential, commercial, industrial, and governmental customers in Virginia and North Carolina.

Dominion Energy, Inc. Fundamentals Summary

How do Dominion Energy's earnings and revenue compare to its market cap?
D fundamental statistics
Market CapUS$64.73b
Earnings (TTM)US$1.56b
Revenue (TTM)US$14.93b


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Earnings & Revenue

Key profitability statistics from the latest earnings report
D income statement (TTM)
Cost of RevenueUS$7.89b
Gross ProfitUS$7.04b
Other ExpensesUS$5.48b

Last Reported Earnings

Jun 30, 2022

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Earnings per share (EPS)1.87
Gross Margin47.13%
Net Profit Margin10.45%
Debt/Equity Ratio161.9%

How did D perform over the long term?

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