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From: jackim7/12/2018 2:52:32 PM
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July 10, 2018
Sempra Energy Announces Pricing Of Public Offerings Of Common Stock And Mandatory Convertible Preferred Stock

SAN DIEGO, July 10, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Sempra Energy (NYSE: SRE) today announced that it has priced its concurrent offerings (the equity offerings) of 9,750,000 shares of its common stock in connection with the forward sale agreements described below at $113.75 per share and 5,000,000 shares of its 6.75-percent Mandatory Convertible Preferred Stock, Series B, at $100 per share, each in a separate registered public offering. The equity offerings are expected to close on or about July 13, 2018, subject to customary closing conditions.

Post by someone at Doug Le Du.

I posted my DD there:

The Temporary Symbol is SREMP.

The SEC filing is shown below:

5 million shares:

sec.gov

Unless earlier converted, each share of the Series B Mandatory Convertible Preferred Stock will automatically convert on the second business day immediately following the last trading day of the settlement period into between 0.7326 and 0.8791 shares of our common stock, subject to anti-dilution adjustments. The number of shares of our common stock issuable on conversion of the Series B Mandatory Convertible Preferred Stock will be determined based on the average VWAP (as defined herein) per share of our common stock over the 20 consecutive trading day period beginning on and including the 21st scheduled trading day immediately preceding July 15, 2021, which we refer to as the “settlement period.” At any time prior to July 15, 2021, holders may elect to convert each share of the Series B Mandatory Convertible Preferred Stock into shares of our common stock at the minimum conversion rate of 0.7326 shares of our common stock per share of the Series B Mandatory Convertible Preferred Stock, subject to anti-dilution adjustments; provided, however, that if holders elect to convert any shares of the Series B Mandatory Convertible Preferred Stock during a specified period beginning on the effective date of a fundamental change (as defined herein), such shares of the Series B Mandatory Convertible Preferred Stock will be converted into shares of our common stock at the fundamental change conversion rate (as defined herein), and the holders will also be entitled to receive a fundamental change dividend make-whole amount and accumulated dividend amount (each as defined herein).


I subscribe to MorningStar premium. For those who has account with Schwab. An abbreviated Analyst's report should also be available.

Risk | by Andrew Bischof Updated May 14, 2018
The utilities segments still face regulatory risk, as demonstrated in their less-than-perfect outcomes in the 2012 and 2016 rate cases. But the California Public Utilities Commission is a relatively constructive partner compared with many of Sempra's peers in other states. The utilities' pending 2019 general rate case will be a near-term indicator of the state regulatory environment under California's RAMP program, which focuses on risk mitigation across the utilities' footprint.

Sempra's biggest risks at the nonregulated businesses come from executing its capital-intensive projects within original budgets and shifting gas flows in the U.S. that could disadvantage the company's infrastructure assets. Its Gilder, thank you very much for the find.

Latin American businesses face potential currency, regulatory, and geopolitical instability.

Also, the jury is still out on incremental LNG opportunities in North America, although the progress being made to construct the Cameron export facility will deliver strong returns. The most significant assumption that we make in our forecast is the successful timely construction of the Cameron LNG export terminal. We don't incorporate any value for potential incremental sites at Costa Azul or Port Arthur, which could bring material upside to our fair value estimate as well.


It gives a 3 Star. At this time, very few shares have been sold. Higher yield than the A convertible share, but the conversion is obviously less favorable. Still a decent play. Thanks for the post, Gilder. FIDO analysts gave very bearish. Schwab rated SRE common as C. I live in Orange County, CA in Edison service region. It seems that we do not have the problems like the P and G utilities in Northern CA. This seems to me an attractive new issue.

Schwab is NOT ready. Sold my SWAN taking some profit for a change, AGO-B and picked up 50 shares at $101 at Vanguard brokerage. More volume now, seems to be climbing.still only 417,000 shares on FIDO Active Trade PRO.

I live in Orange County, CA in the Edison service area. Sempra in San Diego. We do not have the problems of PG and E of Northern CA to my best knowledge.
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