Financial Risk Management in Duke Energy

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Case Code : FINA014
Case Length : 17 Pages
Period : 2003
Pub. Date : 2003
Teaching Note :Not Available
Organization : Duke Energy
Industry : Power
Countries : USA

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Business Segments

Duke had seven business segments - Franchised Electric, Natural Gas Transmission, Field Services (Natural Gas & Natural Gas Liquids), Duke Energy North America, International Energy, Other Energy Services and Duke Ventures. Franchised Electric generated, transmitted, distributed and sold electricity...

Overview of Risks

Duke believed its integrated approach gave it the ability to avoid the market vulnerabilities of merchant generators or pure traders. Duke pursued related lines of business, but believed it had remained close to its roots of energy expertise and experience...

Market Risk Management

Commodity Price Risks
Duke was exposed to fluctuations in the prices of natural gas, electricity and other energy-related products. Duke used various commodity derivatives, including forward contracts, futures, swaps and options for trading and hedging purposes...

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Credit Risk Management

Duke's principal customers for power and natural gas marketing and transportation services were industrial end-users, marketers, local distribution companies and utilities in USA, Canada, Asia Pacific, Europe and Latin America. Concentrations of receivables among groups of customers such as natural gas and electric utilities and their affiliates might affect Duke's overall credit risk...


Exhibit I: Duke Energy: EBIT by Business Segment
Exhibit II: Duke Energy: Business Segment Highlights
Exhibit III: Duke Energy: Business Segment
Exhibit IV: Duke Energy: Daily Earnings at Risk
Exhibit V: Duke Energy: Changes in Fair Value of Trading Contracts
Exhibit VI: Duke Energy: Fair Value of Trading Contracts
Exhibit VII: Duke Energy: Financial Highlights
Exhibit VIII: Duke Energy: Income Statements
Exhibit IX: Duke Energy: Consolidated Balance Sheets
Exhibit X: Duke Energy: Stock Price Movement Chart

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