Sempra Energy

Infobox_Company
company_name = Sempra Energy
company_
company_type = Public (NYSE|SRE)
foundation = 1998
location_city = San Diego, CA
location_country = USA
key_people = Donald E. Felsinger,
CEO/Chairman
Neal E. Schmale
COO/President
Mark Snell
CFO/Executive Vice President
Javade Chaudhri
Executive Vice President and General Counsel
Edwin A. Guiles
Executive Vice President, Corporate Development
Jessie J. Knight Jr.
Executive Vice President, External Affairs
industry = Utilities, LNG
num_employees = 14,000 (February 2008) [ [http://www.sempra.com/aboutUs/about.htm Energy solutions from Sempra Energy - about us ] ]
homepage = [http://www.sempra.com/ www.sempra.com]

Sempra Energy nyse|SRE is a Fortune 500 San Diego, California-based energy services holding company that was founded in 1998 and is a major participant in natural gas markets. Sempra Energy’s primary subsidiaries are Southern California Gas Company, San Diego Gas & Electric, Sempra LNG, Sempra Pipelines & Storage, and Sempra Generation.

Sempra Energy is also in a joint venture with the Royal Bank of Scotland, called RBS Sempra Commodities LLC.

Sempra Energy has 13,500 employees and revenues of more than $11 billion (2007). The company serves more than 29 million people worldwide.

History

Sempra Energy was created through the 1998 merger of Los Angeles-based Pacific Enterprises, the parent company of Southern California Gas, and Enova Corporation, the parent company of San Diego Gas & Electric.

Sempra Metals Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sempra Energy, is a current member of British-based Global Clearing House LCH.Clearnet Limited. [www.lchclearnet.com/ltd/membership]

References

ee also

*Energy Crisis Settlement [http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2006/01/05/ap/business/mainD8EU6AFGD.shtml]


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