Investor Contacts

Shareholders:
Contact Broadridge (our transfer agent)
Phone: 800-552-4034 or 720-789-2782 (International callers)
8 a.m. - 6 p.m. ET, Monday-Friday
Fax: 215-553-5402
Email: shareholder@broadridge.com


Institutional Investors & Analysts:
Fax: 804-819-2205
Email: Investor.Relations@dominionenergy.com

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Dominion Energy, Inc.

Credit Rating Summary

Dominion Resources, Inc. Credit Rating Summary Table

Selected Issuance Documentation

CUSIP   Security Series   Prospectus   Term Sheet
25746UCQ0   2017 Series A 1.875% Senior Notes Due 2019   Prospectus   Term Sheet
25746UCR8   2017 Series B 2.75% Senior Notes Due 2022   Prospectus   Term Sheet
25746U836   $1.4B 2016 Series A 6.75% Remarketable Subordinated Notes due 2019   Prospectus   Term Sheet
25746UCH0   $500M 2016 Series B 1.60% Senior Notes due 2019   Prospectus   Term Sheet
25746UCJ6   $400M 2016 Series C 2.00% Senior Notes due 2021   Prospectus   Term Sheet
25746UCK3   $400M 2016 Series D 2.85% Senior Notes due 2026   Prospectus   Term Sheet
25746U844   $800M 2016 Series A 5.25% Enhanced Junior Subordinated Notes due 2076   Prospectus   Term Sheet
25746UBU2   $550M 2016 2.962% Junior Subordinated Notes due 2019   Prospectus   Term Sheet  
25746UBT5   $550M 2016 4.104% Junior Subordinated Notes due 2021   Prospectus   Term Sheet  
25746UCE7   $650M 2015 Series B 3.90% Senior Notes due 2025   Prospectus   Term Sheet  
25746UCD9   $500M 2015 Series A 1.90% Senior Notes due 2018   Prospectus   Term Sheet  
25746UCA5   $700M 2014 Series B 2.50% Senior Notes due 2019   Prospectus   Term Sheet  
25746UCB3   $500M 2014 Series C 3.625% Senior Notes due 2024   Prospectus   Term Sheet  
25746UCC1   $450M 2014 Series D 4.70% Senior Notes due 2044   Prospectus   Term Sheet  
25746UBY4   $685M 2014 Series A 5.75% Enhanced Junior Subordinated Notes due 2054   Prospectus   Term Sheet  
25746U869   $1B 2014 Series A 1.50% Remarketable Subordinated Notes due 2020
Prospectus 
Term Sheet   
25746UBW8   $400M 2014 Series A 1.25% Senior Notes due 2017 
Prospectus 
Term Sheet   
25746U885   $550M 2013 Series B 1.18% Remarketable Subordinated Notes due 2019   Prospectus   Term Sheet
25746U703   $550M 2013 Series A 1.07% Remarketable Subordinated Notes due 2021   Prospectus   Term Sheet
25746UBQ1   $350M 2012 Series C 4.05% Senior Notes due 2042   Prospectus   Term Sheet
25746UBP3   $350M 2012 Series B 2.75% Senior Notes due 2022   Prospectus   Term Sheet
25746UBR9   $350M 2012 Series A 1.40% Senior Notes due 2017   Prospectus   Term Sheet
25746UBN8   $450M 2011 Series D 1.95% Senior Notes due 2016   Prospectus   Term Sheet
25746UBM0   $500M 2011 Series C 4.90% Senior Notes due 2041   Prospectus   Term Sheet
25746UBL2   $500M 2011 Series A 4.45% Senior Notes due 2021   Prospectus   Term Sheet
25746UBJ7   $250M 2010 Series A 2.25% Senior Notes due 2015   Prospectus   Term Sheet
25746UBH1   $500M 2009 Series A 5.20% Senior Notes due 2019   Prospectus   Term Sheet
25746UBG3   $600M 2008 Series D 8.875% Senior Notes due 2019
Prospectus 
Term Sheet   
25746UBE8   $500M 2008 Series A 6.40% Senior Notes due 2018
Prospectus 
Term Sheet   
25746UBD0
$400M 2008 Series B 7.0% Senior Notes due 2038
Prospectus 
Term Sheet   
25746UBC2
$350M 2007 Series A 6.0% Senior Notes due 2017
Prospectus 
Term Sheet   
25746UAZ2
$500M 2006 Series B 6.3% Enhanced Jr Sub Notes due 2066
Prospectus 
Term Sheet   
25746UBB4
$250M 2006 Series A 5.60% Senior Notes due 2016 
Prospectus 
Term Sheet   
25746UAY5   $300M 2006 Series A 7.5% Enhanced Jr Sub Notes due 2066 
Prospectus 
Term Sheet   
25746UAW9   $500M 2005 Series C 5.15% Senior Notes due 2015 
Prospectus   
 
25746UAV1   $200M 2005 Series B 5.95% Senior Notes due 2035 - Reopened    Prospectus       
25746UAV1    $300M 2005 Series B 5.95% Senior Notes due June 15, 2035 
Prospectus       
25746UAT6   $219.3M 2004 Series C 2.125% Convertible Senior Notes due 2023 
Prospectus       
209615CA9   $400M 2004 Series A 5.0% Senior Notes due December 1, 2014 
Prospectus       
25746UAR0   $200M 2004 Series A 5.20% Senior Notes due 2016    Prospectus       
257469AJ5
$510M 2003 Series F 5.25% Senior Notes due 2033
Prospectus       
25746UAN9
$300M 2003 Series E 6.30% Senior Notes due 2033   Prospectus       
257469AG1   $300M 2002 Series E 6.750% Senior Notes due 2032    Prospectus       
25746NAA3
250,000 8.4% ($1,000 per security) Capital Securities due 2031 
Prospectus       
209615BS1
$300M 6.8% Debentures due December 15, 2027 
Prospectus     
209615BQ5
$150M 6 7/8% Debentures due October 15, 2026   Prospectus       

 

Credit Agency Reports


Credit Facility Documentation

2014 Amended and Restated Credit Facility

2016 Credit Facility Extension

 

NOTE: Some of the documents above are on the SEC Edgar website. When you open the documents, you are leaving Dominion Energy's website and are going to the SEC website. We are not responsible for the content or availability of linked documents.

This website may contain certain forward-looking statements, which are subject to various risks and uncertainties. Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from management's projections, forecasts, estimates and expectations may include factors that are beyond the company's ability to control or estimate precisely, including fluctuations in energy-related commodity prices, estimates of future market conditions, additional competition in our industries, changes in the demand for Dominion Energy’s services, access to and costs of capital, fluctuations in the value of our pension assets and assets held in our decommissioning trusts, impacts of acquisitions, divestitures and retirements of assets based on asset portfolio reviews, the receipt of regulatory approvals for, and timing of, planned projects, acquisitions and divestitures, and the ability to complete planned construction or expansion projects at all or within the terms and timeframes initially anticipated. Other factors include, but are not limited to, weather conditions and other events, including the effects of hurricanes, earthquakes, high winds, major storms and changes in water temperatures on operations, the risk associated with the operation of nuclear facilities, unplanned outages at facilities in which Dominion Energy has an ownership interest, the impact of operational hazards and catastrophic events, state and federal legislative and regulatory developments, including changes in federal and state tax laws and changes to environmental and other laws and regulations, including those related to climate change, greenhouse gases and other emissions to which we are subject, political and economic conditions, industrial, commercial and residential growth or decline in Dominion Energy’s service area, risks of operating businesses in regulated industries that are subject to changing regulatory structures, changes to regulated gas and electric rates collected by Dominion Energy, changes to rating agency requirements and ratings, changing financial accounting standards, fluctuations in interest rates, employee workforce factors, including collective bargaining, counter-party credit and performance risks, adverse outcomes in litigation matters or regulatory proceedings, the risk of hostile cyber intrusions and other uncertainties. Other risk factors are detailed from time to time in Dominion Energy’s quarterly reports on Form 10-Q or most recent annual report on Form 10-K filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

NOTE: Some of the documents above are on the SEC Edgar website. When you open the documents, you are leaving Dominion Energy's website and are going to the SEC website. We are not responsible for the content or availability of linked documents.

This website may contain certain forward-looking statements, which are subject to various risks and uncertainties. Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from management's projections, forecasts, estimates and expectations may include factors that are beyond the company's ability to control or estimate precisely, including fluctuations in energy-related commodity prices, estimates of future market conditions, additional competition in our industries, changes in the demand for Dominion Energy’s services, access to and costs of capital, fluctuations in the value of our pension assets and assets held in our decommissioning trusts, impacts of acquisitions, divestitures and retirements of assets based on asset portfolio reviews, the receipt of regulatory approvals for, and timing of, planned projects, acquisitions and divestitures, and the ability to complete planned construction or expansion projects at all or within the terms and timeframes initially anticipated. Other factors include, but are not limited to, weather conditions and other events, including the effects of hurricanes, earthquakes, high winds, major storms and changes in water temperatures on operations, the risk associated with the operation of nuclear facilities, unplanned outages at facilities in which Dominion Energy has an ownership interest, the impact of operational hazards and catastrophic events, state and federal legislative and regulatory developments, including changes in federal and state tax laws and changes to environmental and other laws and regulations, including those related to climate change, greenhouse gases and other emissions to which we are subject, political and economic conditions, industrial, commercial and residential growth or decline in Dominion Energy’s service area, risks of operating businesses in regulated industries that are subject to changing regulatory structures, changes to regulated gas and electric rates collected by Dominion Energy, changes to rating agency requirements and ratings, changing financial accounting standards, fluctuations in interest rates, employee workforce factors, including collective bargaining, counter-party credit and performance risks, adverse outcomes in litigation matters or regulatory proceedings, the risk of hostile cyber intrusions and other uncertainties. Other risk factors are detailed from time to time in Dominion Energy’s quarterly reports on Form 10-Q or most recent annual report on Form 10-K filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.