Our assets

Énergir, L.P.

Investing in Valener means investing in Énergir, L.P., a key energy-sector player in Québec and Vermont

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SEIGNEURIE DE BEAUPRÉ

Investing in Valener means investing in the Seigneurie de Beaupré Wind Farms, one of Canada’s largest wind power facilities

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Seigneurie de Beaupré Wind Farms

  • Québec consortium: Énergir (25.5%)/Valener (24.5%) and Boralex (50%)
  • 20-year lease with the Séminaire de Québec (private land)
  • Sustained performance by wind farms since their commissioning in December 2013 and 2014
  • Long-term cash flows supported by 20-year contracts with Hydro-Québec
  • Anticipated distributions of $30 to 35 million annually, including an average of ≈ $8 million annually for Valener
  • Will contribute to supporting the announced increase in Valener’s dividend

 

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Natural gas distribution
in Québec

  • Distributes 97% of natural gas in Québec
  • More than 10,000 km of underground pipelines serving
    over 300 municipalities
  • More than 195,000 customers
  • $1.9 billion in regulated assets
  • 8.90% authorized rate of return on common equity

 

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LSR plant

  • Financial partnership with Investissement Québec
  • Projected investment of $118 million, including up to $50 million contributed by Investissement Québec
  • Aimed at tripling the production capacity of Énergir’s natutal gas liquefaction plant by end of 2016
  • Will facilitate development of new markets
  • Supplying liquefied natural gas (LNG) to industries located off the natural gas network by road or by ship
  • Supplying LNG to maritime and road transportation sectors
  • Strong growth potential of LNG: an economic and environmental advantage

 

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Vermont Gas Systems

  • Vermont’s only natural gas distributor
  • More than 47,000 customers
  • US$193 million in regulated assets
  • 10.20% authorized rate of return on common equity
  • Planned extension of the distribution network to serve Addison County (66 km south of Burlington) by the end of 2016, a projected investment of US$154 million

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Green Mountain Power

  • Acquisition of Green Mountain Power (GMP) in 2007 and Central Vermont Public Service (CVPS) in 2012
  • Operational integration of CVPS and GMP is generating considerable synergies
  • Distributes 70% of the electricity in Vermont to some 260,000 customers
  • US$1.2 billion in regulated assets
  • 9.60% authorized rate of return on common equity

 

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