December 6, 2022
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Dominion Energy Announces Third-Quarter 2022 Earnings; Initiates Business Review

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  • Third-quarter 2022 GAAP reported net income of $0.91 per share
  • Third-quarter 2022 operating earnings of $1.11 per share
  • Company initiates fourth-quarter 2022 operating earnings guidance of $0.98 to $1.13 per share; narrows 2022 operating earnings guidance range to $4.03 to $4.18 per share
  • Initiates ‘top-to-bottom’ business review within context of continued commitment to state-regulated utility profile with an industry-leading investment opportunity focused on decarbonization
  • Committed to current credit profile, dividend
  • Demonstrates commitment to shareholder value enhancement & to transparency

RICHMOND, Va., Nov. 4, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Dominion Energy (NYSE: D) today announced unaudited net income determined in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (reported earnings) for the three months ended Sept. 30, 2022, of $778 million ($0.91 per share) compared with net income of $654 million ($0.79 per share) for the same period in 2021. 

Operating earnings for the three months ended Sept. 30, 2022, were $944 million ($1.11 per share), compared to operating earnings of $918 million ($1.11 per share) for the same period in 2021.

Differences between GAAP and operating earnings for the period include the mark-to-market impact of economic hedging activities, gains and losses on nuclear decommissioning trust funds, regulated asset retirements and other adjustments.

Operating earnings are defined as reported earnings adjusted for certain items.  Details of operating earnings as compared to prior periods, business segment results and detailed descriptions of items included in reported earnings but excluded from operating earnings can be found on Schedules 1, 2, 3 and 4 of this release.  

Chair, President, and Chief Executive Officer Bob Blue, said:

“Strong performance across our business units resulted in operating earnings per share that were again above the midpoint of our quarterly guidance range.  We are well-positioned to meet our expectations for the year.

“This business review further reflects Dominion Energy’s focus on shareholder value enhancement and transparency.  We have been delivering industry-leading safety and reliability performance, executing on our sizeable investment programs, achieving regulatory outcomes that are constructive, and delivering results that have met our financial guidance, yet our relative share performance has not met our expectations, including over the past several years as we’ve been successfully executing our plan. Therefore, I have initiated a ‘top-to-bottom’ business review with the goal of ensuring that Dominion Energy is best positioned to create significant long-term value for our shareholders.

“We plan to review value-maximizing strategic business actions, alternatives to our current business mix and capital allocation, and regulatory options which may assist customers to manage costs and provide greater predictability to our long-term, state-regulated utility value proposition.

“We’re monitoring what’s going on in the broader economy.  Like everyone, we are seeing inflation, supply chain limitations and higher fuel prices – all having an impact on customer rates and our balance sheet strength.  We are keenly aware of the economic pressures that are affecting our customers and are taking seriously our core mission to safely deliver reliable, affordable and clean energy to our customers, while creating value for our shareholders.

“Our company has an incredible opportunity to invest capital in the coming years – in fact, well into the next decade – all to the benefit of our customers, the environment, our communities’ economies, and our shareholders.  These customer-beneficial programs are part of a diverse energy generation strategy to deliver clean energy while simultaneously meeting the need for affordable and reliable energy grids.

“However, we need to ensure that near-term economic and customer bill issues don’t preclude the full realization of that comprehensive energy transition and related long-term capital investment.

“We expect to share updates on our fourth-quarter earnings call in early 2023 and plan to hold an investor day later in 2023 to update stakeholders more fully on our plan and the key value drivers of each of our business segments.”

Guidance
Dominion Energy expects fourth-quarter operating earnings in the range of $0.98 to $1.13 per share.

The company has narrowed its full-year 2022 operating earnings guidance range to $4.03 to $4.18 per share, keeping the same midpoint of its original guidance. 

Dominion Energy continues to target “single A” ratings for OpCos and “high BBB” ratings for the parent company (DEI). 

Webcast today
The company will host its third-quarter 2022 earnings call at 10 a.m. ET on Friday, Nov. 4, 2022.  Management will discuss matters of interest to financial and other stakeholders including recent financial results.   

A live webcast of the conference call, including accompanying slides and other financial information, will be available on the investor information pages at investors.dominionenergy.com.

For individuals who prefer to join via telephone, domestic callers should dial 1-800-343-1703 and international callers should dial 1-785-424-1601.  The passcode for the telephonic earnings call is 37551.  Participants should dial in 10 to 15 minutes prior to the scheduled start time. 

A replay of the webcast will be available on the investor information pages by the end of the day Nov. 4.  A telephonic replay of the earnings call will be available beginning at about 1 p.m. ET on Nov. 4.  Domestic callers may access the recording by dialing 1-800-934-8221.  International callers should dial 1-402-220-6990.  The PIN for the replay is 37551.

Important note to investors regarding operating, reported earnings
Dominion Energy uses operating earnings as the primary performance measurement of its earnings guidance and results for public communications with analysts and investors.  Dominion Energy also uses operating earnings internally for budgeting, for reporting to the Board of Directors, for the company’s incentive compensation plans and for its targeted dividend payouts and other purposes. Dominion Energy management believes operating earnings provide a more meaningful representation of the company’s fundamental earnings power.

In providing its operating earnings guidance, the company notes that there could be differences between expected reported earnings and estimated operating earnings for matters such as, but not limited to, acquisitions, divestitures or extreme weather events and other natural disasters.  Dominion Energy management is not able to estimate the aggregate impact of these items on future period reported earnings.

About Dominion Energy
About 7 million customers in 15 states energize their homes and businesses with electricity or natural gas from Dominion Energy (NYSE: D), headquartered in Richmond, Va. The company is committed to safely providing reliable, affordable and sustainable energy and to achieving Net Zero emissions by 2050. Please visit DominionEnergy.com to learn more.

This release contains certain forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, including forecasted operating earnings fourth-quarter and full-year 2022 and beyond that are subject to various risks and uncertainties. Factors that could cause actual results to differ include, but are not limited to: the direct and indirect impacts of implementing recommendations resulting from the business review announced in November 2022; unusual weather conditions and their effect on energy sales to customers and energy commodity prices; extreme weather events and other natural disasters; extraordinary external events, such as the current pandemic health event resulting from COVID-19; federal, state and local legislative and regulatory developments; changes to regulated rates collected by Dominion Energy; timing and receipt of regulatory approvals necessary for planned construction or expansion projects and compliance with conditions associated with such regulatory approvals; the inability to complete planned construction projects within time frames initially anticipated; risks and uncertainties that may impact the ability to develop and construct the Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind (CVOW) Commercial Project within the currently proposed timeline, or at all, and consistent with current cost estimates along with the ability to recover such costs from customers; changes to federal, state and local environmental laws and regulations, including those related to climate change; cost of environmental strategy and compliance, including cost related to climate change; changes in implementation and enforcement practices of regulators relating to environmental standards and litigation exposure for remedial activities; changes in operating, maintenance and construction costs; additional competition in Dominion Energy’s industries; changes in demand for Dominion Energy’s services; receipt of approvals for, and timing of, closing dates for acquisitions and divestitures; impacts of acquisitions, divestitures, transfers of assets by Dominion Energy to joint ventures, and retirements of assets based on asset portfolio reviews; adverse outcomes in litigation matters or regulatory proceedings; fluctuations in interest rates; fluctuations in currency exchange rates of the Euro or Danish Krone associated with the CVOW Commercial Project; changes in rating agency requirements or credit ratings and their effect on availability and cost of capital; and capital market conditions, including the availability of credit and the ability to obtain financing on reasonable terms.  Other risk factors are detailed from time to time in Dominion Energy’s quarterly reports on Form 10-Q and most recent annual report on Form 10-K filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

Dominion Energy, Inc. 

Consolidated Statements of Income *

Unaudited (GAAP Based)

(millions, except per share amounts)








Three Months Ended


Nine Months Ended


September 30,


September 30,


2022

2021


2022

2021







Operating Revenue

$   4,386

$       3,176


$   12,261

$   10,084







Operating Expenses






Electric fuel and other energy-related purchases

1,217

703


2,625

1,740

Purchased electric capacity

16

26


45

62

Purchased gas

138

60


985

665

Other operations and maintenance1

985

702


4,037

3,000

Depreciation, depletion and amortization

727

621


2,120

1,833

Other taxes

231

223


719

702

  Total operating expenses

3,314

2,335


10,531

8,002







Income from operations

1,072

841


1,730

2,082







Other income2

162

202


84

946

Interest and related charges

329

407


550

978







Income from continuing operations including noncontrolling interests before income tax expense

905

636


1,264

2,050







Income tax expense

124

35


243

200







Net Income from continuing operations including noncontrolling interests

781

601


1,021

1,850







Net Income (loss) from discontinued operations including noncontrolling interests

(3)

65


15

119







Net Income including noncontrolling interests

$      778

$           666


$     1,036

$     1,969

Noncontrolling interests

12


22







Net Income attributable to Dominion Energy

$      778

$           654


$     1,036

$     1,947







Reported Income per common share from continuing operations – diluted

$     0.91

$          0.71


$        1.15

$        2.20

Reported Income (loss) per common share from discontinued operations – diluted

0.08


0.02

0.15

Reported Income per common share – diluted

$     0.91

$          0.79


$        1.17

$        2.35

Average shares outstanding, diluted

833.2

810.0


832.7

807.6







1) Includes impairment of assets and other charges and (gains) losses on sales of assets.






2) Includes earnings from equity method investees.



*The notes contained in Dominion Energy’s most recent quarterly report on Form 10-Q or annual report on Form 10-K are 


  an integral part of the Consolidated Financial Statements.






Schedule 1 – Segment Reported and Operating Earnings














Unaudited







(millions, except per share amounts)

Three months ended September 30,





2022


2021


Change










REPORTED EARNINGS1




$          778


$          654


$          124









     Pre-tax loss (income)2



234


413


(179)

     Income tax2



(68)


(149)


81

Adjustments to reported earnings



166


264


(98)









OPERATING EARNINGS



$          944


$          918


$            26

     By segment:








     Dominion Energy Virginia



617


599


18

     Gas Distribution



67


69


(2)

     Dominion Energy South Carolina



175


151


24

     Contracted Assets



121


119


2

     Corporate and Other



(36)


(20)


(16)





$          944


$          918


$            26



















Earnings Per Share (EPS):3








REPORTED EARNINGS 1




$         0.91


$         0.79


$         0.12

Adjustments to reported earnings (after tax)



0.20


0.32


(0.12)

OPERATING EARNINGS



$         1.11


$         1.11


$              –

     By segment:








     Dominion Energy Virginia



0.74


0.74


     Gas Distribution



0.08


0.08


     Dominion Energy South Carolina



0.21


0.19


0.02

     Contracted Assets



0.15


0.15


     Corporate and Other



(0.07)


(0.05)


(0.02)





$         1.11


$         1.11


$              –










Common Shares Outstanding (average, diluted)



833.2


810.0












(millions, except earnings per share)



Nine months ended September 30,





2022


2021


Change










REPORTED EARNINGS1




$       1,036


$       1,947


$        (911)










     Pre-tax loss (income)2



1,872


735


1,137

     Income tax2



(306)


(243)


(63)

Adjustments to reported earnings



1,566


492


1,074










OPERATING EARNINGS



$       2,602


$       2,439


$          163

     By segment:








     Dominion Energy Virginia



1,575


1,464


111

     Gas Distribution



486


415


71

     Dominion Energy South Carolina



408


337


71

     Contracted Assets



242


373


(131)

     Corporate and Other



(109)


(150)


41





$       2,602


$       2,439


$          163










Earnings Per Share (EPS):3








REPORTED EARNINGS1




$         1.17


$         2.35


$       (1.18)

Adjustments to reported earnings (after tax)



1.88


0.61


1.27

OPERATING EARNINGS



$         3.05


$         2.96


$         0.09

     By segment:








     Dominion Energy Virginia



1.92


1.81


0.11

     Gas Distribution



0.59


0.52


0.07

     Dominion Energy South Carolina



0.50


0.42


0.08

     Contracted Assets



0.29


0.46


(0.17)

     Corporate and Other



(0.25)


(0.25)






$         3.05


$         2.96


$         0.09










Common Shares Outstanding (average, diluted)



832.7


807.6



1)

Determined in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).








2)

Adjustments to reported earnings are included in Corporate and Other segment reported GAAP earnings. Refer to Schedules 2 and 3 for details, or find “GAAP Reconciliation” in the Earnings Release Kit on Dominion Energy’s website at investors.dominionenergy.com.








3)

The calculation of reported and operating earnings per share on a consolidated basis utilizes shares outstanding on a diluted basis with all dilutive impacts, primarily consisting of potential shares which had not yet been issued, reflected in the Corporate and Other segment. Effective January 2022, the calculation of diluted reported and operating earnings per share assumes conversion of the Series A preferred stock to common stock as of January 1, 2022. The Series A preferred stock was reclassified to a liability in June 2022 and redeemed in September 2022. In prior periods, a fair value adjustment of the Series A preferred stock was included in the calculation of diluted reported earnings per share if dilutive. No adjustments were necessary for the three and nine months ended September 30, 2021. During each quarter of 2022, the calculation of reported and operating earnings per share includes the impact of preferred dividends associated with preferred stock of $9 million (Series B) and $11 million (Series C, issued in December 2021). During each quarter of 2021, the calculation of reported and operating earnings per share includes the impact of preferred dividends associated with preferred stock of $7 million (Series A) and $9 million (Series B). See Forms 10-Q and 10-K for additional information.

Schedule 2 – Reconciliation of 2022 Reported Earnings to Operating Earnings

2022 Earnings (Nine months ended September 30, 2022) 
The $1.9 billion pre-tax net loss of the adjustments included in 2022 reported earnings, but excluded from operating earnings, is primarily related to the following items:

  • $518 million net market loss associated with nuclear decommissioning trusts and economic hedging activities.
  • $649 million loss associated with the sale of Kewaunee nuclear power station.
  • $647 million of regulated asset retirements and other charges, including $404M of charges for certain Virginia Power fuel and Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) compliance costs deemed recovered through base rates and $183 million associated with the settlement of Virginia Power’s 2021 triennial review.
  • $94 million of storm damage and restoration costs associated with storms in Virginia Power’s service territory.







(millions, except per share amounts)

1Q22

2Q22

3Q22

4Q22

YTD 20223

Reported earnings

$711

($453)

$778

$ –

$1,036

Adjustments to reported earnings1:






    Pre-tax loss (income)

255

1,383

234

1,872

    Income tax

34

(272)

(68)

(306)



289

1,111

166

1,566

Operating earnings

$1,000

$658

$944

$ –

$2,602

Common shares outstanding (average, diluted)

832.0

832.5

833.2

832.7

Reported earnings per share2

$0.83

($0.58)

$0.91

$ –

$1.17

Adjustments to reported earnings per share2

0.35

1.35

0.20

1.88

Operating earnings per share2

$1.18

$0.77

$1.11

$ –

$3.05








1) Adjustments to reported earnings are reflected in the following table:








1Q22

2Q22

3Q22

4Q22

YTD 2022

Pre-tax loss (income):






    Net loss on NDT funds

$125

$454

$112

$ –

$691

    Mark-to-market impact of economic hedging activities

(4)

(193)

24

(173)

    Discontinued operations – Gas Transmission & Storage segment

(25)

3

3

(19)

    Sale of Kewaunee

649

649

    Regulated asset retirements and other charges

65

470

112

647

    Storm damage and restoration costs

94

94

    Sale of Hope Gas, Inc.

(17)

(17)










$255

$1,383

$234

$ –

$1,872

Income tax expense (benefit):  






   Tax effect of above adjustments to reported earnings*

(53)

(275)

22

(306)

   Deferred taxes associated with Hope Gas, Inc. divestiture4

87

3

(90)










$34

($272)

($68)

$ –

($306)









*

Income taxes for individual pre-tax items include current and deferred taxes using a transactional effective tax rate. For interim reporting purposes, calculation of such amounts may be adjusted in connection with the calculation of the Company’s year-to-date income tax provision based on its estimated annual effective tax rate.










2)

The calculation of reported and operating earnings per share on a consolidated basis utilizes shares outstanding on a diluted basis with all dilutive impacts, primarily consisting of potential shares which had not yet been issued, reflected in the Corporate and Other segment. As a result of a reported net loss for the three months ended June 30, 2022, any adjustments to earnings or shares would be considered antidilutive and are excluded from the calculation of diluted earnings per share. Effective January 2022, the calculation of diluted reported and operating earnings per share assumes conversion of the Series A preferred stock to common stock as of January 1, 2022. The Series A preferred stock was reclassified to a liability in June 2022 and redeemed in September 2022. During each quarter of 2022, the calculation of reported and operating earnings per share includes the impact of preferred dividends associated with preferred stock of $9 million (Series B) and $11 million (Series C, issued in December 2021). Reported earnings per share for the three months ended June 30, 2022 also includes the impact of preferred dividends associated with Series A preferred stock of $5 million. See Forms 10-Q and 10-K for additional information.










3)

YTD EPS may not equal sum of quarters due to share count difference.










4)

Represents deferred taxes related to the basis in Hope Gas, Inc.’s stock that reversed when the sale closed in the third quarter of 2022. This charge is reflected as a component of current income tax expense on the sale in the third quarter of 2022.


Schedule 3 – Reconciliation of 2021 Reported Earnings to Operating Earnings

2021 Earnings (Twelve months ended December 31, 2021)  
The $26 million pre-tax net gain of the adjustments included in 2021 reported earnings, but excluded from operating earnings, is primarily related to the following items:

  • $308 million net market benefit associated with $568 million from the nuclear decommissioning trusts offset by $260 million in economic hedging activities.
  • $829 million of net income from discontinued operations, including $685 million associated with the sale of Questar Pipelines.
  • $564 million of regulated asset retirements and other charges, including $266 million associated with the settlement of the South Carolina electric rate case, primarily for the write-off of regulatory assets for debt repurchased in 2019, $186 million associated with the settlement of Virginia Power’s 2021 triennial review and $77 million for forgiveness of Virginia customer accounts in arrears pursuant to Virginia’s 2021 budget process.
  • $235 million of net charges associated with the sales of non-wholly-owned nonregulated solar facilities.
  • $99 million of net merger and integration-related costs associated with the SCANA Combination, primarily for litigation charges.
  • $77 million of net charges associated with workplace realignment, primarily related to a corporate office lease termination.
  • $68 million of storm damage and restoration costs associated with ice storms in Virginia Power’s service territory.







(millions, except per share amounts)

1Q21

2Q21

3Q21

4Q21

YTD 20213

Reported earnings

$      1,008

$              285

$          654

$      1,341

$         3,288

Adjustments to reported earnings1:






    Pre-tax loss (income)

(152)

474

413

(761)

(26)

    Income tax

37

(131)

(149)

172

(71)



(115)

343

264

(589)

(97)

Operating earnings

$         893

$             628

$         918

$         752

$         3,191

Common shares outstanding (average, diluted)

805.9

806.6

810.0

811.0

808.5

Reported earnings per share2

$        1.23

$            0.33

$        0.79

$        1.63

$           3.98

Adjustments to reported earnings per share2

(0.14)

0.43

0.32

(0.73)

(0.12)

Operating earnings per share2

$        1.09

$            0.76

$        1.11

$        0.90

$           3.86








1) Adjustments to reported earnings are reflected in the following table:








1Q21

2Q21

3Q21

4Q21

YTD 2021

Pre-tax loss (income):






    Net (gain) loss on NDT funds

$       (134)

$           (194)

$            19

$       (259)

$          (568)

    Mark-to-market impact of economic hedging activities

(278)

291

284

(37)

260

    Discontinued operations – Gas Transmission & Storage segment

(35)

(30)

(59)

(705)

(829)

    Regulated asset retirements and other charges

100

278

119

67

564

    Sales of non-wholly-owned nonregulated solar facilities

23

212

235

    Merger litigation and integration charges

71

48

8

(28)

99

    Workplace realignment

71

17

(11)

77

    Storm damage and restoration costs

51

17

68

    Kewaunee decommissioning revision

44

44

    Other

2

20

2

24










$       (152)

$              474

$          413

$       (761)

$            (26)

Income tax expense (benefit):  






   Tax effect of above adjustments to reported earnings*

37

(131)

(140)

204

(30)

   Other

(9)

(32)

(41)










$           37

$            (131)

$        (149)

$         172

$            (71)

Income taxes for individual pre-tax items include current and deferred taxes using a transactional effective tax rate. For interim reporting purposes, 


such amounts may be adjusted in connection with the calculation of the Company’s year-to-date income tax provision based on its estimated 


annual effective tax rate. 

2)

The calculation of operating earnings per share excludes the impact, if any, of fair value adjustments related to the Company’s convertible preferred


securities entered in June 2019. Such fair value adjustments, if any, are required for the calculation of diluted reported earnings per share. No


adjustments were necessary for the three months ended March 31, June 30 or September 30 or for the three and twelve months ended December 31.


During each quarter of 2021, the calculation of reported and operating earnings per share includes the impact of preferred dividends of $7 million


associated with the Series A preferred stock equity units and $9 million associated with the Series B preferred stock equity units. In addition, the


fourth quarter of 2021 includes $3 million of preferred dividends associated with the Series C preferred stock issued in December 2021.


See Forms 10-Q and 10-K for additional information.

3)

YTD EPS may not equal sum of quarters due to share count difference and fair value adjustment associated with the convertible preferred securities. 

Schedule 4 – Reconciliation of 2022 Earnings to 2021













Preliminary, Unaudited

Three Months Ended


Nine Months Ended

(millions, except EPS)

September 30,


September 30,



2022 vs. 2021


2022 vs. 2021



Increase / (Decrease)


Increase / (Decrease)

Reconciling Items

Amount

EPS


Amount

EPS








Change in reported earnings (GAAP)

$124

$0.12


($911)

($1.18)









Change in Pre-tax loss (income) 1

(179)



1,137



Change in Income tax 1

81



(63)


Adjustments to reported earnings

($98)

($0.12)


$1,074

$1.27








Change in consolidated operating earnings

$26


$163

$0.09








Dominion Energy Virginia







Weather

($6)

($0.01)


$1


Customer usage and other factors

11

0.01


41

0.05


Customer-elected rate impacts

(14)

(0.02)


42

0.05


Base rate case impacts

(15)

(0.02)


(33)

(0.04)


Rider equity return

28

0.03


56

0.07


Electric capacity

6

0.01


(6)

(0.01)


Depreciation & amortization

9

0.01


25

0.03


Renewable energy investment tax credits

28

0.03


51

0.06


Interest expense, net

(5)

(0.01)


(16)

(0.02)


Other

(24)

(0.01)


(50)

(0.05)


Share dilution


(0.02)



(0.03)


Change in contribution to operating earnings

$18


$111

$0.11








Gas Distribution







Weather

$1


$3


Customer usage and other factors

6

0.01


25

0.03


Base rate case impacts

(2)


33

0.04


Rider equity return

6

0.01


19

0.02


Interest expense, net

(5)

(0.01)


(7)

(0.01)


Other

(8)

(0.01)


(2)


Share dilution




(0.01)


Change in contribution to operating earnings

($2)


$71

$0.07








Dominion Energy South Carolina







Weather

$5

$0.01


$18

$0.02


Customer usage and other factors

9

0.01


27

0.03


Customer-elected rate impacts

5

0.01


15

0.02


Base & RSA rate case impacts

5

0.01


19

0.02


Interest expense, net

(7)

(0.01)


(10)

(0.01)


Other

7


2

0.01


Share dilution


(0.01)



(0.01)


Change in contribution to operating earnings

$24

$0.02


$71

$0.08








Contracted Assets







Margin

$30

$0.04


$3


Sale of non-wholly-owned nonregulated solar facilities

(10)

(0.01)


(19)

(0.02)


Planned outage costs

5

0.01


(44)

(0.05)


Renewable energy investment tax credits


(29)

(0.04)


Interest expense, net

(14)

(0.02)


(39)

(0.05)


Other

(9)

(0.02)


(3)


Share dilution




(0.01)


Change in contribution to operating earnings

$2


($131)

($0.17)








Corporate and Other







Interest expense, net

$23

$0.02


$79

$0.09


Other

(39)

(0.03)


(38)

(0.03)


Share dilution


(0.01)



(0.06)


Change in contribution to operating earnings

($16)

($0.02)


$41















Change in consolidated operating earnings

$26


$163

$0.09








Change in adjustments included in reported earnings1

$98

$0.12


($1,074)

($1.27)








Change in consolidated reported earnings

$124

$0.12


($911)

($1.18)















1)

Adjustments to reported earnings are included in Corporate and Other segment reported GAAP earnings.  



Refer to Schedules 2 and 3 for details, or find “GAAP Reconciliation” in the Earnings Release Kit on Dominion Energy’s


website at investors.dominionenergy.com.






Note: Figures may not sum due to rounding






SOURCE Dominion Energy



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