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Chesapeake Utilities Corporation Reports First Quarter 2018 Results

August 9, 2018 at 12:00 AM EDT
- Second quarter net income rose 5.6 percent to $6.4 million or $0.39 per share
- Profitable growth in the natural gas, electric and propane distribution and natural gas transmission businesses continued to drive increased earnings for the quarter and year-to-date
- The Company has paid or reserved a total of $5.4 million in refunds to regulated energy customers from the pass-through of lower Federal income taxes
- The Northwest Florida Pipeline expansion project was completed and placed into service during the quarter
- Eastern Shore Natural Gas Company's ("Eastern Shore") $117 million pipeline expansion project and associated earnings remains on track
- The 2018 capital spending forecast has been increased from $181.6 million to $216.4 million based on additional profitable opportunities identified across the Company

DOVER, Del., Aug. 9, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Chesapeake Utilities Corporation (NYSE: CPK) ("Chesapeake Utilities" or the "Company") today announced second quarter financial results. The Company's net income for the quarter ended June 30, 2018 was $6.4 million, compared to $6.0 million for the same quarter of 2017. Earnings per share ("EPS") for the quarter ended June 30, 2018 were $0.39, compared to $0.37 per share for the same quarter of 2017. For the six months ended June 30, 2018, the Company reported net income of $33.2 million, or $2.03 per share. This represents an increase of $8.1 million or $0.49 per share compared to the same period in 2017.  The second quarter of 2018 and year-to-date EPS reflect the impact of a $0.09 charge for nonrecurring separation expenses associated with a former executive.  Absent that charge, earnings for the quarter and six months ended June 30, 2018 would have been $0.48 and $2.12, respectively.

Higher quarterly and year-to-date earnings reflect the benefits of investments in system expansions and reliability and continued growth in regulated natural gas and electric operations, as well as enhanced profitability and growth from the Company's propane operations and the benefit of the lower effective tax rate from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act ("TCJA") on Unregulated Energy earnings.   The results also reflect more normal weather during the quarter and six months ended June 30, 2018.  Weather during the first half of 2018 was 1.8 percent warmer than normal compared to 22.2 percent warmer than normal during the first six months of 2017. A detailed discussion of operating results begins on page 3.

"Results for the second quarter and year-to-date highlight the strong leadership team we have built at Chesapeake Utilities and the dedication of our employees to achieving our earnings, capital investment and return targets," stated Michael P. McMasters, President and Chief Executive Officer of Chesapeake Utilities Corporation. "Our business units continue to execute on our growth and expansion initiatives including the completion of the Northwest Florida Pipeline expansion project, significant progress on the construction of Eastern Shore's largest ever expansion project, as well as several other projects that support attainment of our strategic growth targets in future years," Mr. McMasters added. "I am very excited about the potential growth opportunities we have in front of us, the leadership we have in place to accomplish our strategic plan and our energized employees' ability to turn these opportunities into executable projects that will continue to drive our future earnings growth and further increase shareholder value," he concluded.

Significant Items Impacting Earnings
Results for the three and six months ended June 30, 2018 were impacted by the following significant items:

For the period ended June 30,

Second quarter

 

Year-to-date

 

Net Income

 

EPS

 

Net Income

 

EPS

(in thousands, except per share data)

             

Reported (GAAP) Earnings

$

6,387

   

$

0.39

   

$

33,241

   

$

2.03

 

Less: Realized Mark-to-Market ("MTM") gain

   

   

(4,008)

   

(0.24)

 

Add: Nonrecurring separation expenses associated with
a former executive

1,421

   

0.09

   

1,421

   

0.09

 

Adjusted (Non-GAAP) Earnings*

$

7,808

   

$

0.48

   

$

30,654

   

$

1.88

 

Excluding the one-time separation expenses for a former executive, earnings for the second quarter of 2018 would have been $0.48 per share, an increase of 29.7 percent over EPS for the same quarter in 2017.  Excluding both the one-time separation expenses and the realized MTM gain recorded by Peninsula Energy Services Company, Inc. ("PESCO") during the first quarter, EPS for the six months ended June 30, 2018 would have been $1.88, an increase of 22.1 percent over EPS of $1.54 for the six months ended June 30, 2017.

*This press release includes references to non-Generally Accepted Accounting Principles ("GAAP") financial measures, including gross margin, adjusted earnings and Adjusted EPS.  A "non-GAAP financial measure" is generally defined as a numerical measure of a company's historical or future performance that includes or excludes amounts, or that is subject to adjustments, so as to be different from the most directly comparable measure calculated or presented in accordance with GAAP.  Our management believes certain non-GAAP financial measures, when considered together with GAAP financial measures, provide information that is useful to investors in understanding period-over-period operating results separate and apart from items that may, or could, have a disproportionately positive or negative impact on results in any particular period.

The Company calculates "gross margin" by deducting the cost of sales from operating revenue.  Cost of sales includes the purchased fuel cost for natural gas, electricity and propane, and the cost of labor spent on direct revenue-producing activities and excludes depreciation, amortization and accretion.  Other companies may calculate gross margin in a different manner. Gross margin should not be considered an alternative to operating income or net income, both of which are determined in accordance with GAAP.  The Company believes that gross margin, although a non-GAAP measure, is useful and meaningful to investors as a basis for making investment decisions.  It provides investors with information that demonstrates the profitability achieved by the Company under its allowed rates for regulated operations and under its competitive pricing structures for unregulated businesses.  The Company's management uses gross margin in measuring its business units' performance. This press release also includes gross margin that excludes the impact of unusual items, such as one-time impact from the enactment of the TCJA. The Company calculates "adjusted earnings" by adjusting reported (GAAP) earnings to exclude the impact of certain significant non-cash items, including the impact of realized MTM gains (losses) and one-time charges, such as severance charges, and calculates "adjusted EPS" by dividing adjusted earnings by the weighted average common shares outstanding.

Operating Results for the Quarters Ended June 30, 2018 and 2017

Consolidated Results

 

Three Months Ended

       

(in thousands)

June 30,
2018

 

June 30,
2017

 

Change

 

Percent
Change

Gross margin before the TCJA impact

$

69,545

   

$

60,411

   

$

9,134

   

15.1

%

Impact of the TCJA reserves for customer refunds

(2,284)

   

   

(2,284)

   

N/A

 

Gross margin

67,261

   

60,411

   

6,850

   

11.3

%

Depreciation, amortization and property taxes

13,749

   

12,752

   

997

   

7.8

%

Nonrecurring separation expenses

1,548

   

   

1,548

   

N/A

 

Other operating expenses

38,716

   

33,598

   

5,118

   

15.2

%

Operating income

$

13,248

   

$

14,061

   

$

(813)

   

(5.8)

%

Operating income during the second quarter of 2018 decreased by $813,000, or 5.8 percent, compared to the same period in 2017.  The most significant driver of the decrease was the pass-through of lower tax rates to regulated energy customers as a result of the TCJA.  While the pass-through reduced margin and operating income by approximately $2.3 million, it was offset by an equal reduction in income taxes.  Excluding the impact of the pass-through of refunds, operating income increased by $1.5 million, or 10.5 percent, driven by higher gross margin of $9.1 million, or 15.1 percent.

Regulated Energy Segment

 

Three Months Ended

       

(in thousands)

June 30,
2018

 

June 30,
2017

 

Change

 

Percent
Change

Gross margin before the TCJA impact

$

52,778

   

$

46,829

   

$

5,949

   

12.7

%

Impact of the TCJA reserves for customer refunds

(2,284)

   

   

(2,284)

   

N/A

 

Gross margin

50,494

   

46,829

   

3,665

   

7.8

%

Depreciation, amortization and property taxes

11,161

   

10,438

   

723

   

6.9

%

Other operating expenses

25,029

   

22,305

   

2,724

   

12.2

%

Operating income

$

14,304

   

$

14,086

   

$

218

   

1.5

%

As a result of the implementation of settled rates for Eastern Shore, continued system expansions, customer growth across the Company's regulated operations and more normal weather conditions, operating income for the Regulated Energy segment increased by $218,000, or 1.5 percent, in the second quarter of 2018 compared to the same period in 2017. This increase was driven by a $5.9 million increase in gross margin, before the impact of the TCJA reserve discussed above, offset by $3.4 million in higher depreciation and other operating expenses associated with the margin growth.  As discussed above, second quarter gross margin and operating income were also impacted by customer refunds of $2.3 million, associated with the TCJA, which were offset by an equal reduction in income tax expenses. Excluding the estimated customer refunds associated with the TCJA, operating income increased by $2.5 million, or 17.8 percent.

The significant components of the increase in gross margin are shown below:

(in thousands)

Margin Impact

Implementation of Eastern Shore settled rates

$

2,365

 

Service expansions

1,652

 

Natural gas growth (including customer and consumption growth but excluding service expansions)

1,575

 

Return to more normal weather

359

 

Florida electric reliability/modernization program

352

 

Gas Reliability and Infrastructure Program ("GRIP") in Florida

306

 

Other

(660)

 

Total

5,949

 

Less: TCJA reserve impact for regulated entities*

(2,284)

 

Quarter over quarter increase in gross margin

$

3,665

 
 

*As a result of the TCJA, an estimated amount of $2.3 million was reserved or refunded to customers during the second quarter of 2018 to reflect the impact of lower tax rates on the Company's regulated businesses. In some jurisdictions, refunds have been made to customers, while in other jurisdictions, the Company has established reserves until final agreements are approved and permanent changes are made to customer rates.  The reserves and lower customer rates are equal to the estimated reduction in Federal income taxes due to the TCJA and have no material impact on after-tax earnings from the Regulated Energy segment.

The significant components of the increase in other operating expenses are as follows:

(in thousands)

Other
Operating
Expenses

Higher outside services, facilities and maintenance costs due to growth

$

1,166

 

Higher payroll expense (increased staffing and annual salary increases)

1,019

 

Higher depreciation, amortization and property taxes associated with recent capital projects

722

 

Higher incentive compensation costs (based on period-over-period results)

384

 

Other

156

 

Quarter over quarter increase in other operating expenses

$

3,447

 

At the present time, we expect the current expense run rate to continue for the remainder of the year.

Unregulated Energy Segment

 

Three Months Ended

       

(in thousands)

June 30,
2018

 

June 30,
2017

 

Change

 

Percent
Change

Gross margin

$

16,915

   

$

13,736

   

$

3,179

   

23.1

%

Depreciation, amortization and property taxes

2,553

   

2,272

   

281

   

12.4

%

Other operating expenses

13,872

   

11,462

   

2,410

   

21.0

%

Operating income

$

490

   

$

2

   

$

488

   

N.M.

 

Operating income for the Unregulated Energy segment increased by $488,000 for the three months ended June 30, 2018, compared to the same period in 2017. The increase was driven by a $3.2 million, or 23.1 percent, increase in gross margin, which was partially offset by $2.7 million in higher operating expenses associated with growth.  The improvement in operating income is largely a result of continued growth and colder weather at the propane operations and higher margins at PESCO.

The significant components of the increase in gross margin are shown below:

(in thousands)

Margin Impact

Nonrecurring margin increase for PESCO (see the discussion included later for the margin
drivers)

$

1,092

 

Propane delivery operations - additional customer consumption related to weather

806

 

Incremental margin from PESCO operations (see the discussion included later for the
margin drivers)

592

 

Propane delivery operations - increased margin driven by growth and other factors

536

 

Aspire Energy of Ohio LLC ("Aspire Energy") - increased margins largely due to higher
commodity pricing on natural gas liquid sales

207

 

Other

(54)

 

Quarter over quarter increase in gross margin

$

3,179

 

The significant components of the increase in other operating expenses are as follows:

(in thousands)

Other
Operating
Expenses

Incremental operating expenses for PESCO

$

764

 

Higher payroll expense (increased staffing and annual salary increases)(1)

515

 

Higher outside services, facilities and maintenance costs due to growth(1)

475

 

Higher incentive compensation costs (based on period-over-period results)(1)

427

 

Higher benefit and other employee-related expenses(1)

173

 

Higher depreciation, asset removal and property tax costs due to new capital investments(1)

131

 

Other(1)

206

 

Quarter over quarter increase in other operating expenses

$

2,691

 
 

 (1) Excluding incremental operating expenses at PESCO.

At the present time, we expect the current expense run rate to continue for the remainder of the year.

Operating Results for the Six Months Ended June 30, 2018 and 2017

Consolidated Results

 

Six Months Ended

       

(in thousands)

June 30,
2018

 

June 30,
2017

 

Change

 

Percent
Change

Gross margin before the TCJA impact

$

163,981

   

$

144,573

   

$

19,408

   

13.4

%

Impact of the TCJA reserves for customer refunds

(5,421)

   

   

(5,421)

   

N/A

 

Gross margin

158,560

   

144,573

   

13,987

   

9.7

%

Depreciation, amortization and property taxes

27,447

   

25,235

   

2,212

   

8.8

%

Nonrecurring separation expenses

1,548

   

   

1,548

   

N/A

 

Other operating expenses

75,911

   

70,178

   

5,733

   

8.2

%

Operating income

$

53,654

   

$

49,160

   

$

4,494

   

9.1

%

Operating income, during the six months ended June 30, 2018, increased by $4.5 million, or 9.1 percent, compared to the same period in 2017.  This increase was driven by a $19.4 million, or 13.4 percent, increase in gross margin before the TCJA impact, which was partially offset by a $2.2 million increase in depreciation, amortization and property taxes and a $5.7 million increase in other operating expenses. Gross margin and operating income for the six months ended June 30, 2018, were also impacted by customer refunds of $5.4 million, associated with the TCJA, which were offset by an equivalent reduction in income tax expenses for the Regulated Energy segment. Excluding the estimated customer refunds associated with the TCJA, operating income increased by $9.9 million, or 20.2 percent.

Regulated Energy Segment

 

Six Months Ended

       

(in thousands)

June 30,
2018

 

June 30,
2017

 

Change

 

Percent
Change

Gross margin before the TCJA impact

$

117,077

   

$

104,239

   

$

12,838

   

12.3

%

Impact of the TCJA reserves for customer refunds

(5,421)

   

   

(5,421)

   

N/A

 

Gross margin

111,656

   

104,239

   

7,417

   

7.1

%

Depreciation, amortization and property taxes

22,317

   

20,629

   

1,688

   

8.2

%

Other operating expenses

48,324

   

46,129

   

2,195

   

4.8

%

Operating income

$

41,015

   

$

37,481

   

$

3,534

   

9.4

%

As a result of the implementation of settled rates for Eastern Shore, continued system expansions, customer growth across the Company's regulated operations and more normal weather conditions, operating income for the Regulated Energy segment increased by $3.5 million, or 9.4 percent, in the six months ended June 30, 2018 compared to the same period in 2017. This increase was driven by a $12.8 million increase in gross margin before the impact of the TCJA reserve discussed above, which was partially offset by $3.9 million in higher depreciation and other operating expenses associated with the margin growth.  Excluding the estimated customer refunds associated with the TCJA, operating income increased by $9.0 million, or 23.9 percent.

The significant components of the increase in gross margin are shown below:

(in thousands)

Margin Impact

Implementation of Eastern Shore settled rates

$

5,095

 

Natural gas growth (including customer and consumption growth but excluding service expansions)

3,342

 

Service expansions

2,316

 

Return to more normal weather

1,314

 

Florida electric reliability/modernization program

767

 

Florida GRIP

602

 

Other

(598)

 

Total

12,838

 

Less: TCJA reserve impact for regulated entities*

(5,421)

 

Period over period increase in gross margin

$

7,417

 
 

*As a result of the TCJA, an estimated amount of $5.4 million was reserved or refunded to customers during the first six months of 2018 to reflect the impact of lower tax rates on the Company's regulated businesses. In some jurisdictions, refunds have been made to customers, while in other jurisdictions, the Company has established reserves until final agreements are approved and permanent changes are made to customer rates.  The reserves and lower customer rates are equal to the estimated reduction in Federal income taxes due to the TCJA and have no material impact on after-tax earnings from the Regulated Energy segment.

The significant components of the increase in other operating expenses are as follows:

(in thousands)

Other Operating
Expenses

Higher depreciation, amortization and property taxes associated with recent capital projects

$

1,688

 

Higher payroll expense (increased staffing and annual salary increases)

1,399

 

Higher facilities and maintenance costs largely as a result of growth

1,149

 

Lower regulatory and outside services expenses as there were various regulatory
proceedings (including Eastern Shore's rate case) in 2017

(1,056)

 

Higher incentive compensation costs (based on period-over-period results)

592

 

Other

111

 

Period over period increase in other operating expenses

$

3,883

 

Unregulated Energy Segment

 

Six Months Ended

       

(in thousands)

June 30,
2018

 

June 30,
2017

 

Change

 

Percent
Change

Gross margin

$

47,216

   

$

40,555

   

$

6,661

   

16.4

%

Depreciation, amortization and property taxes

5,059

   

4,524

   

535

   

11.8

%

Other operating expenses

27,983

   

24,454

   

3,529

   

14.4

%

Operating income

$

14,174

   

$

11,577

   

$

2,597

   

22.4

%

Operating income for the Unregulated Energy segment increased by $2.6 million for the six months ended June 30, 2018, compared to the same period in 2017. The increase was driven by a $6.7 million, or 16.4 percent, increase in gross margin, which was partially offset by $4.1 million in higher operating expenses associated with growth.  The improvements in gross margin and operating income were driven primarily by more normal weather and continued growth within the Company's propane operations and at Aspire Energy.

The significant components of the increase in gross margin are shown below:

(in thousands)

Margin Impact

Propane delivery operations - additional customer consumption - weather

$

2,923

 

Propane delivery operations - increased margin driven by growth and other factors

1,789

 

Nonrecurring margin decrease at PESCO

(863)

 

Aspire Energy - customer consumption - weather

921

 

Aspire Energy - increased margin driven by growth and other factors

585

 

Growth in wholesale propane margins and sales

333

 

Incremental margin from PESCO operations

255

 

Other

718

 

Period over period increase in gross margin

$

6,661

 

The significant components of the increase in other operating expenses are as follows:

(in thousands)

Other
Operating
Expenses

Incremental operating expenses for PESCO

$

1,715

 

Higher payroll expense (increased staffing and annual salary increases)(1)

996

 

Absence of Xeron Inc. ("Xeron") 2017 wind-down costs(1)

(870)

 

Higher vehicle, sales and advertising, other taxes and credit collections costs, largely driven by
growth(1)

646

 

Higher incentive compensation costs (based on period-over-period results)(1)

594

 

Higher facilities and maintenance costs due to growth(1)

443

 

Higher depreciation, amortization and property taxes associated with recent capital investments(1)

266

 

Higher benefits and employee-related costs(1)

214

 

Other(1)

60

 

Period over period increase in other operating expenses

$

4,064

 
 

(1) Excluding incremental operating expenses at PESCO.

Matters discussed in this release may include forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties. Actual results may differ materially from those in the forward-looking statements. Please refer to the Safe Harbor for Forward-Looking Statements in the Company's 2017 Annual Report on Form 10-K for further information on the risks and uncertainties related to the Company's forward-looking statements.

Unless otherwise noted, earnings per share are presented on a diluted basis.

Conference Call

Chesapeake Utilities will host a conference call on Friday, August 10, 2018 at 10:30 a.m. Eastern Time to discuss the Company's financial results for the quarter ended June 30, 2018.  To participate in this call, dial 855.801.6270 and reference Chesapeake Utilities' 2018 Second Quarter Results Conference Call.  To access the replay recording of this call, the accompanying transcript, and other pertinent quarterly information, use the link CPK - Conference Call Audio Replay, or visit the Investors/Events and Presentations section of Company's website at www.chpk.com.

About Chesapeake Utilities Corporation

Chesapeake Utilities is a diversified energy company engaged in natural gas distribution, transmission, gathering and processing, and marketing; electricity generation and distribution; propane gas distribution; and other businesses. Information about Chesapeake Utilities and its family of businesses is available at http://www.chpk.com or through its IR App.

Please note that Chesapeake Utilities Corporation is not affiliated with Chesapeake Energy, an oil and natural gas exploration company headquartered in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

For more information, contact:

Beth W. Cooper
Senior Vice President & Chief Financial Officer
302.734.6799

 

Financial Summary

(in thousands, except per share data)

 
 

Three Months Ended

 

Six Months Ended

 

June 30,

 

June 30,

 

2018

 

2017

 

2018

 

2017

Gross Margin

             

  Regulated Energy segment

$

50,494

   

$

46,829

   

$

111,656

   

$

104,239

 

  Unregulated Energy segment

16,915

   

13,736

   

47,216

   

40,555

 

  Other businesses and eliminations

(148)

   

(154)

   

(312)

   

(221)

 

 Total Gross Margin

$

67,261

   

$

60,411

   

$

158,560

   

$

144,573

 
               

Operating Income

             

   Regulated Energy segment

$

14,304

   

$

14,086

   

$

41,015

   

$

37,481

 

   Unregulated Energy segment

490

   

2

   

14,174

   

11,577

 

   Other businesses and eliminations

(1,546)

   

(27)

   

(1,535)

   

102

 

 Total Operating Income

13,248

   

14,061

   

53,654

   

49,160

 
               

Other Expense, net

(262)

   

(1,002)

   

(194)

   

(1,703)

 

Interest Charges

3,881

   

3,073

   

7,545

   

5,811

 

Pre-tax Income

9,105

   

9,986

   

45,915

   

41,646

 

Income Taxes

2,718

   

3,940

   

12,674

   

16,456

 

 Net Income

$

6,387

   

$

6,046

   

$

33,241

   

$

25,190

 
               

Earnings Per Share of Common Stock

             

Basic

$

0.39

   

$

0.37

   

$

2.03

   

$

1.54

 

Diluted

$

0.39

   

$

0.37

   

$

2.03

   

$

1.54

 

 

Financial Summary Highlights

Key variances, between the three months ended June 30, 2017 and 2018, included:

(in thousands, except per share data)

 

Pre-tax
Income

 

Net
Income

 

Earnings
Per Share

Second Quarter of 2017 Reported Results

 

$

9,986

   

$

6,046

   

$

0.37

 

Adjusting for unusual items:

           

One-time separation expenses associated with a former executive

 

(1,548)

   

(1,421)

   

(0.09)

 

Absence of Xeron expenses, including 2017 wind-down expenses

 

173

   

122

   

0.01

 
   

(1,375)

   

(1,299)

   

(0.08)

 
             

Increased Gross Margins:

           

Implementation of Eastern Shore settled rates* (1)

 

2,365

   

1,659

   

0.10

 

TCJA impact - refunds and reserves for future refunds to ratepayers(2)

 

(2,284)

   

(1,602)

   

(0.10)

 

Service expansions*

 

1,652

   

1,158

   

0.07

 

Natural gas growth (including customer and consumption growth but excluding service expansions)

 

1,575

   

1,105

   

0.07

 

Return to normal weather

 

1,108

   

778

   

0.05

 

Nonrecurring margin increase at PESCO

 

1,092

   

766

   

0.05

 

Incremental margin from PESCO operations

 

592

   

415

   

0.03

 

Unregulated Energy growth excluding PESCO

 

503

   

353

   

0.02

 

Florida electric reliability/modernization program*

 

352

   

247

   

0.02

 

GRIP*

 

306

   

215

   

0.01

 
   

7,261

   

5,094

   

0.32

 
             

 Decreased (Increased) Other Operating Expenses:

           

 Higher outside services and facilities maintenance costs (3)

 

(1,602)

   

(1,124)

   

(0.07)

 

 Higher payroll expense (increased staffing and annual salary increases) (3)

 

(1,534)

   

(1,076)

   

(0.07)

 

 Higher depreciation, asset removal and property tax costs due to new capital
 investments (3)

 

(848)

   

(595)

   

(0.04)

 

 Higher incentive compensation costs (based on period-over-period results) (3)

 

(811)

   

(569)

   

(0.03)

 

 Incremental operating expenses for PESCO

 

(764)

   

(536)

   

(0.03)

 

 Higher benefit and other employee-related expenses (3)

 

(365)

   

(256)

   

(0.02)

 
   

(5,924)

   

(4,156)

   

(0.26)

 
             

Interest charges

 

(808)

   

(567)

   

(0.03)

 

Income taxes - including TCJA impact - decreased effective tax rate

 

   

1,295

   

0.08

 

Net other changes

 

(35)

   

(26)

   

(0.01)

 
   

(843)

   

702

   

0.04

 
             

Second Quarter of 2018 Reported Results

 

$

9,105

   

$

6,387

   

$

0.39

 
 

(1) Excluding amounts refunded to customers associated with the TCJA, which are broken out separately and discussed in footnote 2.

(2) "TCJA impact - refunds and reserves for future refunds to ratepayers" represents the amounts that have already been refunded to customers or reserves established for future refunds to customers in the second quarter of 2018 as a result of lower taxes due to the TCJA. Refunds made to customers are offset by the corresponding decrease in federal income taxes and are expected to have no net impact on net income.

(3) Excluding incremental operating expenses at PESCO.

 *See the Major Projects and Initiatives table later in this press release.

Key variances, between the six months ended June 30, 2017 and 2018, included:

(in thousands, except per share data)

 

Pre-tax
Income

 

Net
Income

 

Earnings
Per Share

Six Months Ended June 30, 2017 Reported Results

 

$

41,646

   

$

25,190

   

$

1.54

 

Adjusting for unusual items:

           

One-time separation expenses associated with a former executive

 

(1,548)

   

(1,421)

   

(0.09)

 

Absence of Xeron expenses, including 2017 wind-down expenses

 

870

   

630

   

0.04

 
   

(678)

   

(791)

   

(0.05)

 
             

Increased Gross Margins:

           

TCJA impact - refunds and reserves for future refunds to ratepayers(2)

 

(5,421)

   

(3,925)

   

(0.24)

 

Return to normal weather

 

5,159

   

3,735

   

0.23

 

Implementation of Eastern Shore settled rates* (1)

 

5,095

   

3,689

   

0.22

 

Natural gas growth (including customer and consumption growth but excluding service expansions)

 

3,342

   

2,420

   

0.15

 

Service expansions*

 

2,316

   

1,677

   

0.10

 

Unregulated Energy growth excluding PESCO

 

2,044

   

1,480

   

0.09

 

Nonrecurring margin decrease at PESCO

 

(863)

   

(625)

   

(0.04)

 

Florida electric reliability/modernization program*

 

767

   

555

   

0.03

 

GRIP*

 

602

   

436

   

0.03

 

Incremental margin from PESCO operations

 

255

   

185

   

0.01

 
   

13,296

   

9,627

   

0.58

 
             

 Decreased (Increased) Other Operating Expenses:

           

 Higher payroll expense (increased staffing and  annual salary increases) (3)

 

(2,395)

   

(1,734)

   

(0.11)

 

 Higher depreciation, asset removal and property tax costs due to new capital
 investments (3)

 

(1,949)

   

(1,411)

   

(0.09)

 

 Incremental operating expenses for PESCO

 

(1,715)

   

(1,242)

   

(0.08)

 

 Higher facilities maintenance costs (3)

 

(1,554)

   

(1,125)

   

(0.07)

 

 Lower regulatory and outside services costs (3)

 

1,298

   

940

   

0.06

 

 Higher incentive compensation costs (based on period-over-period results) (3)

 

(1,187)

   

(859)

   

(0.05)

 
   

(7,502)

   

(5,431)

   

(0.34)

 
             

Interest charges

 

(1,734)

   

(1,255)

   

(0.08)

 

Income taxes - including TCJA impact - decreased effective tax rate

 

   

5,262

   

0.32

 

Net other changes

 

887

   

639

   

0.06

 
   

(847)

   

4,646

   

0.30

 
             

Six Months Ended June 30, 2018 Reported Results

 

$

45,915

   

$

33,241

   

$

2.03

 
 

(1) Excluding amounts refunded to customers associated with the TCJA, which are broken out separately and discussed in footnote 2.

(2) "TCJA impact - refunds and reserves for future refunds to ratepayers" represents amounts that have already been refunded to customers or reserves established for future refunds to customers in the first six months of 2018 as a result of lower taxes due to the TCJA. Refunds made to customers are offset by the corresponding decrease in federal income taxes and are expected to have no net impact on net income.

(3) Excluding incremental operating expenses at PESCO.

*See the Major Projects and Initiatives table later in this press release.

Recently Completed and Ongoing Major Projects and Initiatives
The Company constantly seeks and develops additional projects and initiatives in order to further increase shareholder value and serve its customers. The following represent the major projects recently completed and currently underway. In the future, the Company will add new projects to this table as projects are initiated.

 

Gross Margin for the Period

 

Three Months Ended

 

Six Months Ended

 

Year Ended

 

Estimate for

 

June 30,

 

June 30,

 

December 31,

 

Fiscal

in thousands

2018

 

2017

 

2018

 

2017

 

2017

 

2018

 

2019

Florida GRIP

$

3,647

   

$

3,341

   

$

7,211

   

$

6,609

   

$

13,454

   

$

14,287

   

$

14,370

 

Eastern Shore Rate Case (1)

2,365

   

   

5,095

   

   

3,693

   

9,800

   

9,800

 

Florida Electric Reliability/Modernization Pilot
Program (1)

352

   

   

767

   

   

94

   

1,558

   

1,558

 

New Smyrna Beach, Florida Project (1)

352

   

   

704

   

   

235

   

1,409

   

1,409

 

2017 Eastern Shore System Expansion Project - 
including interim services (1)

859

   

   

1,995

   

   

433

   

8,101

   

15,799

 

Northwest Florida Expansion Project (1)

870

   

   

870

   

   

   

3,484

   

6,500

 

(Palm Beach County) Belvedere, Florida Project (1)

   

   

   

   

   

635

   

1,131

 

Total

$

8,445

   

$

3,341

   

$

16,642

   

$

6,609

   

$

17,909

   

$

39,274

   

$

50,567

 
 

(1) Gross margin amounts included in this table have not been adjusted to reflect the impact of the TCJA.  Any refunds and/or rate reductions implemented in the Company's regulated businesses will be offset by lower Federal income taxes due to the TCJA.

Ongoing Growth Initiatives

GRIP
GRIP is a natural gas pipe replacement program approved by the Florida PSC that allows automatic recovery in rates of capital related costs and a return on investment, associated with the replacement of mains and services. Since the program's inception in August 2012, we have invested $120.1 million to replace 250 miles of qualifying distribution mains, including $6.4 million during the first six months of 2018. GRIP generated additional gross margin of $306,000 and $602,000 for the three and six months ended June 30, 2018 compared to the same periods in 2017.

Regulatory Proceedings

Eastern Shore Rate Case/Settled Rates

Eastern Shore's rate case settlement agreement became final on April 1, 2018. The final agreement increases Eastern Shore's operating income by $6.6 million consisting of $9.8 million from increased rates and offset by the $3.2 million in lower federal income taxes. For the three and six months ended June 30, 2018, Eastern Shore recognized incremental gross margin of approximately $2.4 million and $5.1 million, respectively.  As of June 30, 2018, Eastern Shore refunded its customers a total of $1.7 million related to the decrease in federal income taxes as a result of the TCJA.  The settlement rates were effective January 1, 2018.

Florida Electric Reliability/Modernization Program
In December 2017, the Florida PSC approved a $1.6 million annualized rate increase, effective January 2018, for the recovery of a limited number of investments and costs related to reliability, safety and modernization for the Florida Public Utilities Company's ("FPU") electric distribution system. This increase will continue through at least the last billing cycle of December 2019. For the three and six months ended June 30, 2018, additional margin of $352,000 and $767,000, respectively, was generated.

Major Projects and Initiatives Currently Underway

New Smyrna Beach, Florida Project
In the fourth quarter of 2017, the Company commenced construction of a 14-mile gas transmission pipeline to provide additional capacity to serve current and planned customer growth in the Company's New Smyrna Beach service area. The project was partially placed into service at the end of 2017 and is expected to be fully in service in September 2018.  For the three and six months ended June 30, 2018, the project generated incremental gross margin of approximately $352,000 and $704,000, respectively.

2017 Eastern Shore System Expansion Project
In November 2017, Eastern Shore began construction of a $117.0 million system expansion that will increase its capacity by 26 percent once completed. The Company has invested $89.6 million through June 30, 2018 and expects to invest approximately $24.8 million during the remainder of 2018 to substantially complete the project. The first phase of the project was placed into service in December 2017, and generated $859,000 and $2.0 million in incremental gross margin, including margin from interim services, during the three and six months ended June 30, 2018, respectively.  With the exception of some minor facilities, the remaining segments are scheduled to be completed and begin generating margin during the second half of 2018. The project is expected to produce approximately $15.8 million in gross margin in its first full year of service.

Northwest Florida Expansion Project
Peninsula Pipeline Company, Inc. ("Peninsula Pipeline"), has completed construction of transmission lines and the Company's Florida natural gas division has completed construction of lateral distribution lines to serve two large customers and other customers close to these facilities. This is the Company's first expansion of natural gas service into Northwest Florida. The project was placed into service in May 2018 and generated incremental gross margin of $870,000 for the three and six months ended June 30, 2018.  The estimated annual gross margin from this project is $6.5 million.

(Palm Beach County) Belvedere, Florida Project
Peninsula Pipeline is constructing a pipeline to bring gas directly to the Company's natural gas distribution system in West Palm Beach, Florida. The Company expects to complete this project by the end of the third quarter of 2018 and expects the project to generate $1.1 million in annual gross margin.

Other major factors influencing gross margin

Weather and Consumption
Gross margin increased by $1.1 million and $5.2 million in the three and six months ended June 30, 2018, respectively, as a result of colder temperatures, compared to the extremely warm temperatures experienced during the same period in 2017.  While temperatures during the first half of 2018 were colder than 2017, temperatures were still warmer than normal, as shown in the table below. The Company estimates that it would have generated an additional $2.4 million in gross margin if temperatures for the six months ended June 30, 2018 had been normal.  The following table summarizes heating degree-days ("HDD") and cooling degree-days ("CDD") variances from the 10-year average HDD/CDD ("Normal") for the three and six months ended June 30, 2018 and 2017.

HDD and CDD Information

 

Three Months Ended

     

Six Months Ended

   
 

June 30,

     

June 30,

   
 

2018

 

2017

 

Variance

 

2018

 

2017

 

Variance

Delmarva

                     

Actual HDD

424

   

288

   

136

   

2,719

   

2,246

   

473

 

10-Year Average HDD ("Delmarva Normal")

423

   

429

   

(6)

   

2,785

   

2,783

   

2

 

Variance from Delmarva Normal

1

   

(141)

       

(66)

   

(537)

     

Florida

                     

Actual HDD

17

   

13

   

4

   

507

   

298

   

209

 

10-Year Average HDD ("Florida Normal")

16

   

19

   

(3)

   

533

   

555

   

(22)

 

Variance from Florida Normal

1

   

(6)

       

(26)

   

(257)

     

Ohio

                     

Actual HDD

662

   

508

   

154

   

3,652

   

2,992

   

660

 

10-Year Average HDD ("Ohio Normal")

614

   

637

   

(23)

   

3,683

   

3,774

   

(91)

 

Variance from Ohio Normal

48

   

(129)

       

(31)

   

(782)

     

Florida

                     

Actual CDD

952

   

935

   

17

   

1,091

   

1,080

   

11

 

10-Year Average CDD ("Florida CDD Normal")

969

   

955

   

14

   

1,058

   

1,037

   

21

 

Variance from Florida CDD Normal

(17)

   

(20)

       

33

   

43

     

Natural Gas Distribution Customer and Consumption Growth
The Company's natural gas distribution operations generated $1.6 million and $3.3 million of additional margin for the three and six months ended June 30, 2018, respectively.  The breakdown of the increased margin is as follows:

   

Three Months Ended

 

Six Months Ended

In thousands

 

June 30, 2018

 

June 30, 2018

Customer growth:

       

Residential

 

$

351

   

$

864

 

Commercial and industrial excluding new service in Northwest Florida

 

303

   

604

 

New service in Northwest Florida

 

276

   

305

 

Total customer growth

 

930

   

1,773

 
         

Volume growth:

       

Residential

 

151

   

855

 

Commercial and industrial

 

387

   

1,026

 

Other  - including unbilled revenue

 

107

   

(312)

 

Total volume growth

 

645

   

1,569

 
         

Total natural gas distribution growth

 

$

1,575

   

$

3,342

 

Customer growth for the Company's Delmarva Peninsula and Florida natural gas distribution operations generated $930,000 and $1.8 million in additional gross margin for the three and six months ended June 30, 2018, respectively, compared to the same periods in 2017.  The additional margin was generated from an approximately 3.8 percent increase in the average number of residential customers as well as growth in commercial and industrial customers on the Delmarva Peninsula in the second quarter and first six months of 2018, compared to the corresponding periods in 2017. Residential customer growth on the Delaware Peninsula has averaged 3.0 percent over the past five years. The Company's Florida natural gas distribution operations generated additional gross margin for the three and six months ended June 30, 2018, due to growth in all customer classes and new service to customers in Northwest Florida.

The Company's Delmarva Peninsula and Florida natural gas distribution operations generated $645,000 and $1.6 million in additional gross margin for the three and six months ended June 30, 2018, respectively, compared to the same periods in 2017 from higher sales to residential and commercial customers.

Propane Operations

The Company's Florida and Delmarva Peninsula propane operations generated $1.6 million and $5.7 million in incremental margin for the three and six months ended June 30, 2018, respectively, compared to the same periods in 2017. A return to more normal temperatures accounted for $806,000 and $2.9 million of the margin increase during the three and six months ended June 30, 2018, respectively.  The balance of the increase reflects increased customer consumption driven by growth and other factors, higher sales and revenues from service contracts and increased wholesale sales activities.

PESCO

For the three and six months ended June 30, 2018, PESCO recorded a series of adjustments, MTM gains and recognized extraordinary costs, which impacted reported results.  Excluding the impact of these items, PESCO's gross margin increased by $592,000 and $255,000 in the three and six months ended June 30, 2018, respectively, compared to the same periods in 2017.  The total of the adjustments increased gross margin by $1.1 million and reduced gross margin by $863,000 for the three and six months ended June 30, 2018, respectively, compared to the same periods in 2017, respectively.  The following table summarizes the changes in PESCO'S year-over-year margin for the three and six months ended June 30, 2018:

 

Three Months Ended

 

Six Months Ended

 

June 30, 2018

 

June 30, 2018

(in thousands)

     

Three and Six Months Ended June 30, 2017 Reported Results

$

921

   

$

4,389

 

Incremental Margin from Growth and ARM Acquisition in 2017

592

   

255

 

Nonrecurring Margin factors - non-renewal of Supply Agreement, MTM and Other Adjustments

1,092

   

(863)

 

2018 Margin

$

2,605

   

$

3,781

 

A more detailed discussion of PESCO's results is provided in the Company's Form 10-Q for the quarter ended June 30, 2018.

The following table compares the margin, operating expenses and operating income from PESCO for the three and six months ended June 30, 2018 and 2017:

 

Three Months Ended

 

Six Months Ended

 

June 30,

 

June 30,

in thousands

2018

 

2017

 

2018

 

2017

Total Gross Margin

$

2,606

   

$

921

   

$

3,781

   

$

4,389

 

Operating Expense

(1,918)

   

(1,154)

   

(3,857)

   

(2,143)

 

Operating Income

$

688

   

$

(233)

   

$

(76)

   

$

2,246

 

Operating income for PESCO improved to $688,000 for the three months ended June 30, 2018, from a loss of $233,000 during the prior year period.  The improvement reflects the benefit of several nonrecurring margin adjustments in the business, growth in margins from existing operations as well as the addition of margin from the business purchased from ARM during the third quarter of 2017.   This was partially offset by a $764,000 increase in operating expenses, including $262,000 associated with the ARM margins previously mentioned, as well as $501,000 in increased staffing, infrastructure and risk management system costs to ensure the profitable future growth of this business.

For the six months ended June 30, 2018, PESCO reported an operating loss of $76,000, compared to income of $2.2 million during the prior year period.  The decline primarily reflects increased expenses incurred to build out the staff, infrastructure and risk management systems necessary for the success of this business, as well as the impact of several nonrecurring margin adjustments, largely during the first quarter of 2018.

Xeron

Xeron's operations were wound down during the second quarter of 2017.  Operating income for the three and six months ended June 30, 2018, improved by $173,000 and $870,000, respectively, due to the absence of wind-down expenses and the absence of operating losses for Xeron in 2018.

Capital Investment Growth and Financing Plan

The Company's capital expenditures were $134.7 million for the six months ended June 30, 2018. The Company originally budgeted $181.6 million for capital expenditures in 2018 and is currently projecting capital expenditures of approximately $216.4 million in 2018.  The Company's current forecast by segment and by business line is shown below:

 

2018

(dollars in thousands)

 

Regulated Energy:

 

Natural gas distribution

$

65,594

 

Natural gas transmission

110,813

 

Electric distribution

8,930

 

Total Regulated Energy

185,337

 

Unregulated Energy:

 

Propane distribution

13,359

 

Other unregulated energy

7,413

 

Total Unregulated Energy

20,772

 

Other:

 

Corporate and other businesses

10,289

 

Total Other

10,289

 

Total 2018 Forecasted Capital Expenditures

$

216,398

 

Chesapeake Utilities' target ratio of equity to total capitalization, including short-term borrowings, is between 50 and 60 percent.  This target capital structure ensures that the Company maintains a strong balance sheet to support continued growth.  Over the past several years, the Company has been deploying increased amounts of capital on new projects, many of which have longer construction periods.  The Company seeks to align the permanent financing of these capital projects with the in-service dates to the extent feasible.

In 2017, the Company refinanced $70.0 million of short-term debt as 3.25 percent senior notes.  The refinancing will result in increased annual interest expense of $2.3 million during 2018, a portion of which impacted the second quarter and year-to-date results; however, the Company locked in a low interest rate for 15 years. The Company previously executed a shelf agreement with New York Life and subsequently issued $50.0 million of unsecured senior notes in May 2018 and will issue an additional tranche by November 2018 at an average interest rate of 3.53 percent for 20 years.  The Company expects to access additional permanent capital to align the financing with new investments and to maintain a solid balance sheet to support future capital deployment.

Chesapeake Utilities Corporation and Subsidiaries

Condensed Consolidated Statements of Income (Unaudited)

(in thousands, except shares and per share data)

 
 

Three Months Ended

 

Six Months Ended

 

June 30,

 

June 30,

 

2018

 

2017

 

2018

 

2017

Operating Revenues

             

Regulated Energy

$

70,504

   

$

70,996

   

$

179,897

   

$

168,650

 

Unregulated Energy and other

66,160

   

54,088

   

196,123

   

141,594

 

Total Operating Revenues

136,664

   

125,084

   

376,020

   

310,244

 

Operating Expenses

             

Regulated Energy cost of sales

20,010

   

24,167

   

68,241

   

64,411

 

Unregulated Energy and other cost of sales

49,393

   

40,505

   

149,219

   

101,260

 

Operations

36,281

   

30,013

   

68,983

   

62,502

 

Maintenance

3,619

   

3,403

   

7,211

   

6,634

 

Gain from a settlement

(130)

   

(130)

   

(130)

   

(130)

 

Depreciation and amortization

9,839

   

9,094

   

19,543

   

17,906

 

Other taxes

4,404

   

3,971

   

9,299

   

8,501

 

Total operating expenses

123,416

   

111,023

   

322,366

   

261,084

 

Operating Income

13,248

   

14,061

   

53,654

   

49,160

 

Other expense, net

(262)

   

(1,002)

   

(194)

   

(1,703)

 

Interest charges

3,881

   

3,073

   

7,545

   

5,811

 

Income Before Income Taxes

9,105

   

9,986

   

45,915

   

41,646

 

Income taxes

2,718

   

3,940

   

12,674

   

16,456

 

Net Income

$

6,387

   

$

6,046

   

$

33,241

   

$

25,190

 

Weighted Average Common Shares Outstanding:

             

Basic

16,369,641

   

16,340,665

   

16,360,540

   

16,329,009

 

Diluted

16,417,082

   

16,382,207

   

16,410,061

   

16,373,038

 

Earnings Per Share of Common Stock:

             

Basic

$

0.39

   

$

0.37

   

$

2.03

   

$

1.54

 

Diluted

$

0.39

   

$

0.37

   

$

2.03

   

$

1.54

 

 

 

Chesapeake Utilities Corporation and Subsidiaries

Condensed Consolidated Balance Sheets (Unaudited)

 

Assets

 

June 30, 2018

 

December 31, 2017

(in thousands, except shares and per share data)

       

 Property, Plant and Equipment

       

  Regulated Energy

 

$

1,174,407

   

$

1,073,736

 

  Unregulated Energy

 

216,125

   

210,682

 

  Other businesses and eliminations

 

30,170

   

27,699

 

 Total property, plant and equipment

 

1,420,702

   

1,312,117

 

 Less:  Accumulated depreciation and amortization

 

(287,942)

   

(270,599)

 

 Plus:  Construction work in progress

 

101,904

   

84,509

 

 Net property, plant and equipment

 

1,234,664

   

1,126,027

 

 Current Assets

       

  Cash and cash equivalents

 

4,512

   

5,614

 

  Trade and other receivables (less allowance for uncollectible accounts of $1,076
  and $936, respectively)

 

53,419

   

77,223

 

  Accrued revenue

 

12,353

   

22,279

 

  Propane inventory, at average cost

 

6,597

   

8,324

 

  Other inventory, at average cost

 

4,791

   

12,022

 

  Regulatory assets

 

13,330

   

10,930

 

  Storage gas prepayments

 

4,365

   

5,250

 

  Income taxes receivable

 

6,420

   

14,778

 

  Prepaid expenses

 

5,162

   

13,621

 

  Mark-to-market energy assets

 

534

   

1,286

 

  Other current assets

 

4,560

   

7,260

 

    Total current assets

 

116,043

   

178,587

 

  Deferred Charges and Other Assets

       

  Goodwill

 

19,604

   

19,604

 

  Other intangible assets, net

 

4,277

   

4,686

 

  Investments, at fair value

 

7,486

   

6,756

 

  Regulatory assets

 

76,427

   

75,575

 

  Other assets

 

4,440

   

3,699

 

     Total deferred charges and other assets

 

112,234

   

110,320

 

Total Assets

 

$

1,462,941

   

$

1,414,934

 

 

 

Chesapeake Utilities Corporation and Subsidiaries

Condensed Consolidated Balance Sheets (Unaudited)

 

Capitalization and Liabilities

 

June 30, 2018

 

December 31, 2017

(in thousands, except shares and per share data)

       

 Capitalization

       

 Stockholders' equity

       

  Preferred stock, par value $0.01 per share (authorized 2,000,000 shares), no
  shares issued and outstanding

 

$

   

$

 

  Common stock, par value $0.4867 per share (authorized 50,000,000 shares)

 

7,971

   

7,955

 

    Additional paid-in capital

 

255,356

   

253,470

 

    Retained earnings

 

250,377

   

229,141

 

    Accumulated other comprehensive loss

 

(5,718)

   

(4,272)

 

    Deferred compensation obligation

 

3,782

   

3,395

 

    Treasury stock

 

(3,782)

   

(3,395)

 

 Total stockholders' equity

 

507,986

   

486,294

 

 Long-term debt, net of current maturities

 

241,596

   

197,395

 

 Total capitalization

 

749,582

   

683,689

 

 Current Liabilities

       

  Current portion of long-term debt

 

9,977

   

9,421

 

  Short-term borrowing

 

235,288

   

250,969

 

  Accounts payable

 

60,769

   

74,688

 

  Customer deposits and refunds

 

32,018

   

34,751

 

  Accrued interest

 

1,891

   

1,742

 

  Dividends payable

 

6,060

   

5,312

 

  Accrued compensation

 

7,953

   

13,112

 

  Regulatory liabilities

 

22,194

   

6,485

 

  Mark-to-market energy liabilities

 

886

   

6,247

 

  Other accrued liabilities

 

11,495

   

10,273

 

 Total current liabilities

 

388,531

   

413,000

 

 Deferred Credits and Other Liabilities

       

  Deferred income taxes

 

143,147

   

135,850

 

  Regulatory liabilities

 

141,499

   

140,978

 

  Environmental liabilities

 

8,090

   

8,263

 

  Other pension and benefit costs

 

28,996

   

29,699

 

  Deferred investment tax credits and other liabilities

 

3,096

   

3,455

 

 Total deferred credits and other liabilities

 

324,828

   

318,245

 

Total Capitalization and Liabilities

 

$

1,462,941

   

$

1,414,934

 

 


 

Chesapeake Utilities Corporation and Subsidiaries

Distribution Utility Statistical Data (Unaudited)

 
   

For the Three Months Ended June 30, 2018

 

For the Three Months Ended June 30, 2017

   

Delmarva NG
Distribution

 

Chesapeake
Utilities Florida
NG Division

 

FPU NG
Distribution

 

FPU Electric
Distribution

 

Delmarva NG
Distribution

 

Chesapeake
Utilities Florida
NG Division

 

FPU NG
Distribution

 

FPU Electric
Distribution

Operating Revenues

(in thousands)

                           

  Residential

 

$

14,007

   

$

1,459

   

$

7,713

   

$

9,814

   

$

11,096

   

$

1,365

   

$

7,633

   

$

10,477

 

  Commercial

 

7,752

   

1,524

   

6,809

   

9,709

   

6,424

   

1,395

   

7,449

   

10,075

 

  Industrial

 

1,987

   

2,854

   

5,218

   

371

   

1,849

   

1,577

   

4,775

   

733

 

  Other (1)

 

(3,496)

   

480

   

(1,459)

   

(1,532)

   

(3,136)