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Feb 17, 2012
Constellation Energy Reports Full Year 2011 Results
Adjusted Earnings in Line with 2011 Guidance, Excluding Mark-to-Market Timing and Hurricane Irene Restoration Costs BALTIMORE--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Constellation Energy (NYSE: CEG) today reported 2011 adjusted earnings of $3.07 per share, excluding mark-to-market timing losses of $0.83 per share and Hurricane Irene restoration costs of $0.12 per share. This is comparable to 2010 adjusted earnings of $3.29 per share when mark-to-market timing losses of $0.23 per share are excluded. Factoring in the mark-to-market timing and Hurricane Irene adjustments, 2011 adjusted results are in line with earnings guidance provided by management. Adjusted earnings exclude the cumulative effects of changes in accounting principles, discontinued operations and special items (which are defined as significant items that are not related to the company's ongoing, underlying business or which distort comparability of results). On a Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) basis, Constellation Energy reported a loss of $1.70 per share for the full year 2011, compared with a loss of $4.90 per share in 2010. The 2011 GAAP results include $3.82 per share of special items, including noncash impairment charges related to our existing nuclear joint venture, Constellation Energy Nuclear Group, LLC (CENG), and certain power generation investments. The 2010 GAAP results include noncash impairment charges related to CENG, and our former nuclear joint venture, UniStar Nuclear Energy, LLC. "We closed the year having met our goal to grow our national retail customer base, integrate newly acquired generation assets and deliver a diverse and innovative portfolio of energy products and services designed to help our customers make more efficient use of energy," said Mayo A. Shattuck III, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Constellation Energy. "By successfully executing the strategy we laid out at the start of 2011, we strengthened and diversified our core businesses despite the multiple challenges posed by difficult economic and market conditions and unusually severe weather. "We continue to expand our role in developing and operating clean, reliable sources of energy, realizing a more than 80 percent year-over-year increase in our solar business and continuing to safely and efficiently operate our expanding base of fossil and renewable energy assets and Constellation Energy Nuclear Group's environmentally advantaged nuclear fleet," Shattuck said. "Baltimore Gas and Electric Company (BGE), our regulated utility, again delivered reliable performance in the face of multiple severe weather events," Shattuck said. "BGE mobilized a force of approximately 6,700 people to restore power in the wake of Hurricane Irene, bringing customers back on-line 20 percent faster than during Hurricane Isabel in 2003. In the year ahead, we will move ahead with the system-wide deployment of smart grid technology across BGE's service territory, providing new tools to more reliably and efficiently deliver power -- and savings -- to our 1.2 million customers in central Maryland. "We look forward to continued progress on our strategic goals as we move ahead with our pending merger with Exelon," Shattuck said. "In December, we reached a comprehensive settlement with the state of Maryland and other key stakeholders, adding momentum to our proposal to combine the nation's leading retail and wholesale energy provider with one of the nation's largest and cleanest producers of energy. The merger is on track with a close anticipated in the first quarter of 2012, absent any delay in the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approval process. "As we integrate our two businesses, we anticipate working with our colleagues at Exelon to more closely align our cost structure with current market conditions," Shattuck said. "Combined, we will be a stronger and better balanced company that should be well positioned to deliver continued growth in the years ahead." The following table summarizes adjusted earnings per share and earnings per share reported in accordance with GAAP for the company's business segments and provides a reconciliation to total company reported earnings.                 Three Months Ended December 31, 2011 2010 EARNINGS (LOSS) PER COMMON SHARE ReportedGAAPEPS*     AdjustedEPS ReportedGAAPEPS*     AdjustedEPS Baltimore Gas and Electric $ 0.17 $ 0.22 (1) $ 0.15 $ 0.15 NewEnergy (0.45 ) (0.38 ) (2) 0.02 (0.15 ) (4) Generation (2.62 ) 0.22 (3) 0.60 0.40 (5) Other   (0.01 )       (0.01 )   0.02       0.02   Diluted (Loss) Earnings Per Share $ (2.91 ) $ 0.05   $ 0.79 $ 0.42     * Unaudited.     Reported GAAP EPS was adjusted by the following amounts to calculate Adjusted EPS (1) Addition of costs incurred in connection with our pending merger with Exelon Corporation (Exelon) of $0.05 per share. BGE will not seek recovery of these costs in rates. (2) Addition of costs incurred in connection with our pending merger with Exelon of $0.06 per share and addition of credit facility amendment fees incurred in connection with the 2009 EDF transaction of $0.01 per share. (3) Addition of impairment losses and other costs of $2.64 per share, addition of economic value of Constellation Energy Nuclear Group, LLC (CENG) joint venture power purchase agreement (PPA) amortization of $0.14 per share, addition of costs incurred in connection with our pending merger with Exelon of $0.12 per share, and addition of amortization of CENG joint venture basis difference of $0.11 per share. Subtraction of Department of Energy settlement of $(0.17) per share. (4) Subtraction of gain on international coal contract dispute settlement of $(0.17) per share. (5) Subtraction of gain on comprehensive agreement with EDF of $(0.60) per share. Addition of economic value of CENG joint venture PPA amortization of $0.15 per share, addition of amortization of CENG joint venture basis difference of $0.12 per share, addition of impairment losses and other costs of $0.11 per share and addition of credit facility amendment fees incurred in connection with the 2009 EDF transaction of $0.02 per share.                   Year Ended December 31, 2011 2010 EARNINGS (LOSS) PER COMMON SHARE ReportedGAAPEPS*     AdjustedEPS ReportedGAAPEPS*     AdjustedEPS Baltimore Gas and Electric $ 0.61 $ 0.69 (1) $ 0.67 $ 0.69 (4) NewEnergy (0.09 ) 0.02 (2) 0.69 0.54 (5) Generation (2.20 ) 1.43 (3) (6.26 ) 1.81 (6) Other   (0.02 )       (0.02 )   -         0.02 (7) Diluted (Loss) Earnings Per Share $ (1.70 ) $ 2.12   $ (4.90 ) $ 3.06   * Unaudited.   Adjusted EPS for the years ended December 31, 2011 and 2010 include mark-to-market timing losses of $0.83 per share and $0.23 per share, respectively. Adjusted EPS for the year ended December 31, 2011 also includes Hurricane Irene restoration costs of $0.12 per share. Excluding these amounts, Adjusted EPS for the years ended December 31, 2011 and 2010 are $3.07 per share and $3.29 per share, respectively.   Reported GAAP EPS was adjusted by the following amounts to calculate Adjusted EPS (1) Addition of costs incurred in connection with our pending merger with Exelon of $0.08 per share. BGE will not seek recovery of these costs in rates. (2) Addition of costs incurred in connection with our pending merger with Exelon of $0.08 per share and addition of credit facility amendment fees incurred in connection with the 2009 EDF transaction of $0.03 per share. (3) Addition of impairment losses and other costs of $2.63 per share, addition of economic value of CENG joint venture PPA amortization of $0.59 per share, addition of amortization of CENG joint venture basis difference of $0.45 per share, addition of costs incurred in connection with our pending merger with Exelon of $0.19 per share and addition of transaction fees in connection with the Boston Generating acquisition of $0.05 per share. Subtraction of Department of Energy settlement of $(0.28) per share. (4) Addition of deferred income tax expense associated with Medicare Part D prescription drug subsidies of $0.02 per share. (5) Subtraction of gain on international coal contract dispute settlement of $(0.17) per share. Addition of credit facility amendment fees incurred in connection with the 2009 EDF transaction of $0.02 per share. (6) Addition of impairment losses and other costs of $7.41 per share, addition of amortization of the CENG joint venture basis difference of $0.59 per share, addition of economic value of CENG joint venture PPA amortization of $0.56 per share, addition of loss due to early retirement of 7 percent Notes due April 1, 2012, of $0.15 per share, addition of credit facility amendment fees incurred in connection with the 2009 EDF transaction of $0.05 per share and addition of losses on UniStar of $0.03 per share. Subtraction of gain on comprehensive agreement with EDF of $(0.60) per share and subtraction of gain on sale of Mammoth Lakes geothermal generating facility of $(0.12) per share. (7) Addition of deferred income tax expense associated with Medicare Part D prescription drug subsidies of $0.02 per share.   BGE Excluding Hurricane Irene restoration costs of $0.12 per share, BGE reported adjusted 2011 earnings of $0.81 per share, up from adjusted earnings of $0.69 per share in 2010. The year-over-year variance is primarily the result of higher distribution revenue, which reflected the Maryland Public Service Commission's 2010 rate case order, and increased transmission rates. Generation The Generation segment reported adjusted 2011 earnings of $1.43 per share, down from adjusted earnings of $1.81 per share in 2010. The decrease is primarily the result of lower power prices, increased outage days at CENG and last winter's extreme weather in Texas. These negative variances were partially offset by earnings contributions from generation assets that were not part of our portfolio during all or part of 2010. NewEnergy Our NewEnergy segment reported adjusted earnings, excluding mark-to-market timing, of $0.85 per share in 2011, up from adjusted earnings, excluding mark-to-market timing, of $0.77 per share in 2010. The increase is primarily the result of a $0.38 per share contribution from structured products and the sale of certain upstream assets. Partially offsetting this positive variance is a $0.23 per share loss resulting from this year's extreme weather in Texas and $0.06 per share of dilution from our MXenergy and StarTex acquisitions. Investor Call Will Not Be Held Due to our anticipated merger with Exelon, Constellation Energy will not host an investor conference call to discuss its year-end results. Financial Statements The Dec. 31, 2011, financial statements and supplemental information are attached. Adjusted Earnings Constellation Energy presents adjusted earnings per share (adjusted EPS) in addition to reported earnings per share in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (reported GAAP EPS). Adjusted EPS is a non-GAAP financial measure that differs from reported GAAP EPS because it excludes the cumulative effects of changes in accounting principles, discontinued operations and special items (which we define as significant items that are not related to our ongoing, underlying business or which distort comparability of results) included in operations. We present adjusted EPS because we believe that it is appropriate for investors to consider results excluding these items in addition to our results in accordance with GAAP. We believe such a measure provides a picture of our results that is more comparable among periods, since it excludes the impact of items such as impairment losses, work force reduction costs or gains and losses on the sale of assets, which may recur occasionally, but tend to be irregular as to timing, thereby distorting comparisons between periods. However, investors should note that this non-GAAP measure involves judgment by management (in particular, judgment as to what is classified as a special item to be excluded from adjusted earnings). We have also presented adjusted EPS excluding mark-to-market timing and Hurricane Irene restoration costs to improve the comparability of results among periods. These measures are also used to evaluate management's performance and for compensation purposes. Constellation Energy also provides its earnings guidance in terms of adjusted EPS. Constellation Energy is unable to reconcile its guidance to GAAP earnings per share because we do not predict the future impact of special items due to the difficulty of doing so. In the past, the impact of special items has been material to our operating results computed in accordance with GAAP. We note that such information is not in accordance with GAAP and should not be viewed as a substitute to GAAP information. SEC Filings Constellation Energy plans to file its 2011 Form 10-K on or about Feb. 27, 2012. Forward-Looking Statements We make statements in this news release that are considered forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. These statements are not guarantees of our future performance and are subject to risks, uncertainties and other important factors that could cause our actual performance or achievements to be materially different from those we project. For a full discussion of these risks, uncertainties and factors, we encourage you to read our documents on file with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including those set forth in our periodic reports under the forward-looking statements and risk factors sections. Except as required by law, we do not intend to update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise. About Constellation Energy Constellation Energy (www.constellation.com) is a leading competitive supplier of power, natural gas and energy products and services for homes and businesses across the continental United States. It owns a diversified fleet of generating units, totaling approximately 12,000 megawatts of generating capacity, and is a leading advocate for clean, environmentally sustainable energy sources, such as solar power and nuclear energy. The company delivers electricity and natural gas through the Baltimore Gas and Electric Company (BGE), its regulated utility in Central Maryland. A FORTUNE 500 company headquartered in Baltimore, Constellation Energy had revenues of $13.8 billion in 2011. Additional Information and Where to Find it In connection with the proposed merger between Exelon and Constellation Energy, Exelon filed with the SEC a Registration Statement on Form S-4 that included the definitive joint proxy statement/prospectus. The Registration Statement was declared effective by the SEC on October 11, 2011. Exelon and Constellation Energy mailed the definitive joint proxy statement/prospectus to their respective security holders on or about October 12, 2011. WE URGE INVESTORS AND SECURITY HOLDERS TO READ THE DEFINITIVE JOINT PROXY STATEMENT/PROSPECTUS AND ANY OTHER RELEVANT DOCUMENTS FILED WITH THE SEC, BECAUSE THEY CONTAIN IMPORTANT INFORMATION about Exelon, Constellation Energy and the proposed merger. Investors and security holders may obtain copies of all documents filed with the SEC free of charge at the SEC's website, www.sec.gov. In addition, a copy of the definitive joint proxy statement/prospectus may be obtained free of charge from Exelon Corporation, Investor Relations, 10 South Dearborn Street, P.O. Box 805398, Chicago, Illinois 60680-5398, or from Constellation Energy Group, Inc., Investor Relations, 100 Constellation Way, Suite 600C, Baltimore, MD 21202. Addendum — Amounts Excluded to Arrive at Adjusted EPS                 Quarter Ended December 31, 2011     Year Ended December 31, 2011 After-Tax Income After-Tax Income (Expense) Impact     (Expense) Impact ($ millions) (Per Share) ($ millions) (Per Share)   Impairment Losses and Other Costs: Investment in CENG Joint Venture $ 487.5 $ 2.40 $ 487.5 $ 2.40 Other Investments 42.7 0.24 42.7 0.23   CENG Joint Venture Results: Amortization of Basis Difference 22.5 0.11 90.5 0.45 Transaction-Related Costs 1.4 0.01 5.8 0.03   Exelon Merger Costs 46.5 0.23 70.9 0.35   Transaction-Related Costs - Boston Gen. Acquisition (0.2 ) - 9.9 0.05   DOE Settlement (36.0 ) (0.17 ) (57.3 ) (0.28 )                                     Total Special Items Excluding CENG PPA Amortization 564.4 2.82 650.0 3.23   CENG PPA Amortization 29.9 0.14 118.5 $ 0.59                                     Total Special Items $ 594.3       $ 2.96       $ 768.5       $ 3.82     Impairment Losses and Other Costs In the fourth quarter of 2011, we recorded impairment charges totaling $891.0 million pre-tax related to certain of our equity and cost method investments based on declines in the fair value of our ownership interests below their carrying value as of Dec. 31, 2011, that we considered to be other than temporary: Investment in CENG Joint Venture — We determined that the fair value of our investment had declined below its book value primarily as a result of: significant declines in power prices, decreases in the market price of natural gas, particularly in the fourth quarter of 2011, that adversely impacted the level of and potential for recovery in power prices in the near-term, and delays in timing and increased uncertainty regarding the timing and provisions of carbon emissions reduction and other potential environmental legislation that reduced estimates of future power prices. Other Investments — As a result of the changes in the pricing structure for certain qualifying facilities coupled with the significant decline in power and natural gas prices cited above with respect to our investment in CENG, we determined that the fair values of 11 of our equity and cost method investments declined below book value. CENG Joint Venture Results Amortization of Basis Difference - We have a basis difference between the carrying value of our investment in CENG and our underlying equity in CENG. This basis difference was caused by the requirement to record our investment in CENG at fair value at closing, while CENG's assets and liabilities retained their carrying value. We are amortizing this basis difference over the respective useful lives of the assets of CENG or as those assets impact the earnings of CENG. Transaction-Related Costs - In the fourth quarter of 2011, we continued to record the amortization of credit facility amendment fees associated with closing the sale of a 49.99 percent interest in CENG to EDF in 2009. Exelon Merger Costs In the fourth quarter of 2011, we incurred $77.8 million pre-tax of costs in connection with our pending merger with Exelon Corporation (Exelon). DOE Settlement On June 30, 2011, CENG executed a settlement agreement with the United States Department of Energy (DOE) which settles a lawsuit that sought to recover damages caused by the DOE's failure to comply with legal and contractual obligations to dispose of spent nuclear fuel. The agreement details a framework and procedure for recovery of damages incurred or to be incurred through the end of 2013. Constellation Energy retained the right to receive any funds from settlement with the DOE related to costs it incurred during periods prior to the formation of CENG on Nov. 6, 2009. During the fourth quarter of 2011, we recognized $58.4 million in pre-tax gains for settlement proceeds relating to costs incurred through Nov. 6, 2009, to store spent nuclear fuel at the Calvert Cliffs and Ginna nuclear power plants. CENG PPA Amortization Based on energy prices at the time of the closing of the EDF transaction in November 2009, we recorded an approximately $0.8 billion "unamortized energy contract asset" for the value of our PPA with CENG, and CENG recorded an approximately ($0.8) billion "unamortized energy contract liability." Both entities are amortizing these amounts in 2010 and 2011, with the total net economic value to be realized by us in the form of lower purchased power costs equal to approximately $0.4 billion as a result of our 50.01 percent ownership interest in CENG. During the fourth quarter of 2011, we realized approximately $53.2 million pre-tax in economic value relating to the amortization of the PPA with CENG.   Constellation Energy Group and Subsidiaries   Consolidated Statements of Income (Loss) (Unaudited)       Three Months Ended     Year Ended December 31, December 31, 2011     2010 2011     2010 (In Millions, Except Per Share Amounts) Revenues Nonregulated revenues $ 2,299.5 $ 2,690.7 $ 10,773.0 $ 10,883.0 Regulated electric revenues 485.1 573.4 2,320.7 2,752.1 Regulated gas revenues   168.2         210.5     664.5         704.9   Total revenues 2,952.8 3,474.6 13,758.2 14,340.0   Expenses Fuel and purchased energy expenses 2,011.2 2,394.9 9,396.6 10,001.7 Fuel and purchased energy expenses from affiliate 235.3 225.5 888.4 900.8 Operating expenses 525.3 463.4 1,934.9 1,691.1 Merger costs 77.8 - 117.9 - Impairment losses and other costs 891.0 8.4 891.0 2,476.8 Depreciation, depletion, accretion, and amortization 139.7 138.9 589.3 519.5 Taxes other than income taxes   75.7         64.9     308.0         263.9   Total expenses 3,956.0 3,296.0 14,126.1 15,853.8 Equity Investment Earnings 6.1 25.8 19.8 25.0 Gain on U.S. Department of Energy Settlement 58.3 - 93.8 - Net Gain on Divestitures   34.3         202.3     57.3         245.8   (Loss) Income from Operations (904.5 ) 406.7 (197.0 ) (1,243.0 ) Other Expenses (22.8 ) (27.1 ) (75.3 ) (76.7 ) Fixed Charges Interest expense 73.1 66.3 276.6 310.8 Interest capitalized and allowance for borrowed funds used during construction   (2.8 )       (3.0 )   (11.2 )       (33.0 ) Total fixed charges   70.3         63.3     265.4         277.8   (Loss) Income from Continuing Operations Before Income Taxes (997.6 ) 316.3 (537.7 ) (1,597.5 ) Income Tax (Benefit) Expense   (405.4 )       148.2     (230.9 )       (665.7 ) Net (Loss) Income (592.2 ) 168.1 (306.8 ) (931.8 ) Net (Loss) Income Attributable to Noncontrolling Interests and BGE Preference Stock Dividends   (8.6 )       8.3     33.5         50.8   Net (Loss) Income Applicable to Common Stock $ (583.6 )     $ 159.8   $ (340.3 )     $ (982.6 )     Average Shares of Common Stock Outstanding - Basic 200.7 199.8 200.1 200.5 Average Shares of Common Stock Outstanding - Diluted 200.7 201.3 200.1 200.5   (Loss) Earnings Per Common Share - Basic $ (2.91 )     $ 0.80   $ (1.70 )     $ (4.90 )     (Loss) Earnings Per Common Share - Diluted $ (2.91 )     $ 0.79   $ (1.70 )     $ (4.90 )     Constellation Energy Group and Subsidiaries         Consolidated Balance Sheets (Unaudited)   December 31, December 31, 2011 2010 ASSETS (In Millions) Current Assets Cash and cash equivalents $ 964.5 $ 2,028.5 Accounts receivable (net of allowance for uncollectibles of $87.1 and $85.0, respectively) 1,907.6 2,059.2 Accounts receivable — consolidated variable interest entities (net of allowance for uncollectibles of $115.5 and $87.9, respectively) 247.9 308.9 Income taxes receivable 156.6 152.7 Fuel stocks 423.1 361.1 Materials and supplies 129.6 104.3 Derivative assets 357.9 534.4 Unamortized energy contract assets (includes $- and $400.9, respectively, related to CENG) 52.1 544.7 Restricted cash 2.3 52.0 Restricted cash — consolidated variable interest entities 44.8 52.3 Regulatory assets (net) 153.7 78.7 Deferred income taxes 132.0 - Other   246.4         175.8   Total current assets   4,818.5         6,452.6   Investments And Other Noncurrent Assets Investment in CENG 2,150.4 2,991.1 Other investments 122.4 189.9 Regulatory assets (net) 341.9 374.1 Goodwill 282.2 77.0 Derivative assets 259.3 258.9 Unamortized energy contract assets 58.4 109.8 Other 380.5 284.5 Other — consolidated variable interest entities   95.7         1.8   Total investments and other noncurrent assets   3,690.8         4,287.1   Property, Plant And Equipment Nonregulated property, plant and equipment 7,780.4 6,387.2 Regulated property, plant and equipment 7,595.0 7,201.7 Accumulated depreciation   (4,472.1 )       (4,310.1 ) Net property, plant and equipment   10,903.3         9,278.8   Total Assets $ 19,412.6       $ 20,018.5   LIABILITIES AND EQUITY Current Liabilities Short-term borrowings $ - $ 32.4 Short-term borrowings - consolidated variable interest entities 39.5 - Current portion of long-term debt 109.6 245.6 Current portion of long-term debt — consolidated variable interest entities 65.3 59.7 Accounts payable 924.8 1,072.6 Accounts payable — consolidated variable interest entities 177.2 189.8 Customer deposits and collateral 95.2 87.2 Derivative liabilities 779.5 622.3 Unamortized energy contract liabilities 118.1 130.5 Deferred income taxes - 56.5 Accrued taxes 90.4 71.0 Accrued expenses 431.4 358.1 Other   456.8         351.5   Total current liabilities   3,287.8         3,277.2   Deferred Credits And Other Noncurrent Liabilities Deferred income taxes 2,305.1 2,489.8 Asset retirement obligations 37.6 32.3 Derivative liabilities 268.4 353.0 Unamortized energy contract liabilities 294.8 411.1 Defined benefit obligations 698.0 574.7 Deferred investment tax credits 23.6 27.6 Other   251.7         296.0   Total deferred credits and other noncurrent liabilities   3,879.2         4,184.5   Long-Term Debt Long-term debt, net of current portion 4,456.4 4,054.2 Long-term debt, net of current portion — consolidated variable interest entities 388.4 394.6 Equity Common shareholders' equity: Common stock 3,292.2 3,231.7 Retained earnings 4,738.0 5,270.8 Accumulated other comprehensive loss   (936.3 )       (673.3 ) Total common shareholders' equity 7,093.9 7,829.2 BGE preference stock not subject to mandatory redemption 190.0 190.0 Noncontrolling interests   116.9         88.8   Total equity   7,400.8         8,108.0   Total Liabilities And Equity $ 19,412.6       $ 20,018.5     Certain prior-period amounts have been reclassified to conform with the current period's presentation.     Constellation Energy Group and Subsidiaries   Generation Operating Statistics (Unaudited)       Year Ended December 31,         Oil &     Hydro &         Nuclear *     Coal     Gas     Renewables     Other     Total Generation by Fuel Type (%) 2011 30.3 24.0 41.0 3.1 1.6 100.0 2010 45.0 37.4 12.6 2.9 2.1 100.0   Thousands of MWH 2011 15,572 12,297 21,036 1,615 799 51,319 2010 15,781 13,137 4,420 1,007 749 35,094   * Nuclear statistics shown as 50.01 percent due to the formation of the CENG joint venture.   Utility Operating Statistics (Unaudited) Three Months Ended Year Ended December 31, December 31, 2011 2010 2011 2010   ELECTRIC Revenues (In Millions) Residential Excluding Delivery Service Only $ 268.8 $ 345.6 $ 1,347.4 $ 1,808.6 Delivery Service Only 29.9 18.3 108.1 48.1 Commercial Excluding Delivery Service Only 72.8 95.5 387.3 467.4 Delivery Service Only 66.8 63.5 275.1 249.5 Industrial Excluding Delivery Service Only 4.0 5.8 22.5 28.7 Delivery Service Only   7.3       6.0   29.0       25.6 System Sales 449.6 534.7 2,169.4 2,627.9 Other   35.6       38.8   152.0       124.4 Total $ 485.2     $ 573.5 $ 2,321.4     $ 2,752.3   Distribution Volumes (In Thousands) - MWH Residential Excluding Delivery Service Only 2,005 2,638 9,821 12,344 Delivery Service Only 677 523 2,831 1,490 Commercial Excluding Delivery Service Only 669 809 3,259 3,707 Delivery Service Only 3,153 2,986 13,220 12,537 Industrial Excluding Delivery Service Only 43 57 215 267 Delivery Service Only   651       529   2,463       2,519 Total   7,198       7,542   31,809       32,864   GAS Revenues (In Millions) Residential Excluding Delivery Service Only $ 102.6 $ 131.3 $ 383.3 $ 427.0 Delivery Service Only 10.0 7.0 31.6 22.1 Commercial Excluding Delivery Service Only 26.1 31.1 103.9 109.0 Delivery Service Only 11.2 11.4 40.9 39.8 Industrial Excluding Delivery Service Only 1.0 1.4 4.6 5.2 Delivery Service Only   4.2       4.8   15.7       16.7 System Sales 155.1 187.0 580.0 619.8 Off-System Sales 14.3 22.0 81.8 79.8 Other   1.9       2.3   9.9       9.8 Total $ 171.3     $ 211.3 $ 671.7     $ 709.4   Distribution Volumes (In Thousands) - DTH Residential Excluding Delivery Service Only 9,123 13,003 33,680 37,791 Delivery Service Only 1,900 1,821 5,983 4,857 Commercial Excluding Delivery Service Only 2,804 3,527 11,098 11,606 Delivery Service Only 6,297 7,218 26,446 24,329 Industrial Excluding Delivery Service Only 122 173 540 595 Delivery Service Only   5,441       3,706   17,053       19,750 System Sales 25,687 29,448 94,800 98,928 Off-System Sales   3,365       4,513   16,436       14,711 Total   29,052       33,961   111,236       113,639   Utility operating statistics do not reflect the elimination of intercompany transactions.   Heating and Cooling Degree Days (Calendar-Month Basis) Heating Degree Days - Actual 1,436 1,831 4,326 4,716 - Normal 1,694 1,694 4,720 4,726 Cooling Degree Days - Actual 14 21 1,035 1,122 - Normal 25 26 853 850     Constellation Energy Group and Subsidiaries   Supplemental Financial Statistics (Unaudited)     Year Ended December 31, 2011     2010   Effective Tax Rate 42.9% 41.7%   Equity Investment In Nonregulated Businesses -- End of Period (In Millions) $4,983.2 $5,756.0   Equity Investment In Regulated Business -- End of Period (In Millions) $2,110.7 $2,073.2     Common Stock Data     Three Months Ended Year Ended December 31, December 31, 2011     2010 2011 2010   Common Stock Dividends - Per Share --Declared $0.2400 $0.2400 $0.9600 $0.9600 --Paid $0.2400 $0.2400 $0.9600 $0.9600   Market Value Per Share --High $40.97 $33.18 $40.97 $38.73 --Low $35.03 $27.64 $29.70 $27.64 --Close $39.67 $30.63 $39.67 $30.63   Shares Outstanding - End of Period (In Millions) 201.7 199.8 201.7 199.8   Book Value per Share - End of Period $35.17 $39.19 $35.17 $39.19   Constellation EnergyMedia Contacts:Lawrence McDonnellPaul Adams410-470-7433orInvestor Contact:Sandra Brummitt410-470-6440 Source: Constellation Energy News Provided by Acquire Media
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