Spectra Energy Corp (NYSE: SE), is a Fortune 500 company located in Houston, Texas. It was formed in 2007 as a spin-off from Duke Energy. It is one of the largest leading pipeline and midstream companies in North America and operates in United States and Canada. (“Spectra Energy")
Spectra energy has different segments and they are Western Canada, Union Gas, DCP Midstream and Spectra Energy Partners. These assets have been a part of company 's revenue over the last two years. One of the main reasons for this revenue increase is the acquisition of the Express-Platte pipeline system and the ongoing expansion projects of SEP. (“You Can Make Money in the Stock Market!")
The company’s revenues is $5.52 billion, out…show more content… As of Jun 30, 2014, Spectra Energy had a long-term debt of $14.4 billion with a debt-to-capitalization ratio of 57% (compared with 58% in the previous quarter). The company’s revenue was 5.52B and their operating cash flow was 2.03B. PE ratio (price earnings ratio) 23.97, PS ratio (price sales ratio) 4.1, Debt to Equity ratio was 1.24, Asset Turnover ratio 0.17, receivables turnover ratio 4.57 PB ratio (price to book ratio 2.28.) (“You Can Make Money in the Stock Market!")
Spectra energy has a stable growth and has a large dividend yield of 3.72%. The closing price was 35.71 and 5,567B shares were traded as of 8th, Dec, 2014. The company P/S ratio was at 4.99 on as per Spectra Energy Corp stock market data. In the last five years of Spectra Energy Corp stock history chart shows that the stock price was high of 43$ on 22 Jul, 2014, and a low of 11.5$ on 22 Jul, 2014. (“You Can Make Money in the Stock Market!") Source: (“You Can Make Money in the Stock Market!")
Spectra Energy uses the latest state of art technology to deliver natural gas services and to conduct its operations for example in case of hazards the equipment are so designed that they can be switched off and controlled remotely.
Spectra Energy’s owns nearly 22,000 miles of transmission pipeline
Storage capacity is about 305 billion cubic feet in both United States and Canada.