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Avista Corporation - Overview, Contact Details, Locations, Key executives, Power Plant Information, Business Description and SWOT Analysis - Product Image

Avista Corporation - Overview, Contact Details, Locations, Key executives, Power Plant Information, Business Description and SWOT Analysis

  • ID: 1421098
  • October 2010
  • 128 pages
  • GlobalData

Avista Corporation - Overview, Contact Details, Locations, Key executives, Power Plant Information, Business Description and SWOT Analysis

Summary

The report” Avista Corporation.-Overview, Contact Details, Locations, Key Executives, Power Plant Information, Business Description and SWOT Analysis” contains the profile of the company that is involved in the field of power generation from thermal sources (coal, oil and gas). It contains a detailed description of the company’s business operations (power plants, installed capacity, and generation), history, corporate strategy, and business structure. This report contains a detailed SWOT analysis, information on key employees (executives), key competitors, and major products and services.

Scope

- Major Power Plants (assets) – summarized and detailed information about the power plants (assets)
- Operational Metrics (capacity, generation, revenue, sales, number of consumers)
- Business description – A detailed description of the company’s operations and business divisions
- Corporate strategy – Our summarization of the company’s business strategy.
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1
1.1 List of Tables
1.2 List of Figures
2 Company Snapshot
2.1 Key Information
2.2 Company Overview
2.3 Industry Outlook – Biomass
2.4 Industry Outlook – Hydro
2.5 Industry Outlook – Power Generation
2.6 Industry Outlook – Wind
2.7 SWOT Snapshot
3 Operational Metrics
3.1 Avista Corporation, Operational Metrics, By Capacity
3.2 Avista Corporation, Operational Metrics, By Generation
3.3 Avista Corporation, Operational Metrics, By Transmission
3.4 Avista Corporation, Operational Metrics, By Distribution
3.5 Avista Corporation, Operational Metrics, By Customers
3.6 Avista Corporation, Operational Metrics, By Sales
4 Avista Corporation, Wind Farms
4.1 Avista Corporation, Wind Farms, United States
5 Avista Corporation, Hydro Power Plants
5.1 Avista Corporation, Hydro Power Plants, United States
6 Avista Corporation, Biomass Power Plants
6.1 Avista Corporation, Biomass Power Plants, United States
7 Avista Corporation, Thermal Power Plants
7.1 Avista Corporation, Thermal Power Plants, United States
8 Business Description
8.1 Business Overview
9 Major Products and Services
10 History
11 SWOT Analysis
11.1 Overview
11.2 Avista Corporation Strengths
11.2.1 Strong Market Leadership
11.2.2 Diversified Resources Mix
11.2.3 Vertically Integrated Structure
11.2.4 Strong Customer Focus
11.3 Avista Corporation Weaknesses
11.3.1 Claims and Lawsuits
11.3.2 Limited Liquidity Position
11.3.3 Declining Market Share in Sector
11.3.4 Limited Investor Confidence
11.4 Avista Corporation Opportunities
11.4.1 Strategic Investments on Existing Infrastructure
11.4.2 New Metering Technology
11.4.3 Focus on Renewable Generation
11.5 Avista Corporation Threats
11.5.1 Fluctuations in Natural Gas Prices
11.5.2 Highly Competitive Environment
11.5.3 Volatility in Electricity Prices
11.6 Financial Ratios - Capital Market Ratios
11.7 Financial Ratios - Annual Ratios
11.8 Financial Ratios - Interim Ratios
12 Key Employees
13 Key Employee Biographies
14 Company Statement
15 Locations And Subsidiaries
15.1 Head Office
15.2 Other Locations & Subsidiaries
16 Financial Deals Landscape
16.1 Avista Corporation, Deals Volume Summary, 2004 to YTD 2010
16.2 Avista Corporation, Deals Summary By Region, 2004 to YTD 2010
16.3 Avista Corporation, Deals Summary, 2004 to YTD 2010
16.4 Avista Corporation Detailed Deal Summary
16.4.1 Asset Purchase
16.4.2 Acquisition
16.4.3 Venture Financing
16.4.4 Equity Offerings
16.4.5 Debt Offerings
17 Recent Developments
17.1 License Awards
17.1.1 Dec 09, 2009: Avista Files For LIHI Certification For The Clark Fork Project In Idaho And Montana
17.1.2 Jun 18, 2009: Avista Receives 50-Year Operating License From FERC For Spokane River Hydroelectric Project
17.2 Strategy and Business Expansion
17.2.1 Sep 30, 2010: Avista Smart Grid Demonstration Project To Proceed
17.2.2 Sep 14, 2006: NorthWestern Energy And Partners Announce Transmission Upgrade Efforts
17.2.3 Mar 20, 2006: Avista Opens Office In Great Falls, Montana
17.3 Financial Announcements
17.3.1 May 06, 2010: Avista Reports Net Income Of $28.81 Million In Q1 2010
17.3.2 Oct 28, 2009: Avista Reports Net Income Of $8.6 Million In Q3 2009
17.3.3 Aug 05, 2009: Avista Reports Net Income Of $26.3 Million In Q2 2009
17.3.4 Apr 29, 2009: Avista Reports $31 Million Net Income In Q1 2009
17.3.5 Feb 18, 2009: Avista Reports Q4 2008 Results
17.3.6 Feb 13, 2009: Avista Declares Quarterly Dividend
17.3.7 Nov 04, 2008: Avista Reports 3Q 2008 Results
17.3.8 Aug 13, 2008: Avista Declares Quarterly Dividend
17.3.9 Jul 30, 2008: Avista Reports 2Q 2008 Results
17.3.10 May 09, 2008: Avista Declares Quarterly Dividend
17.3.11 Apr 30, 2008: Avista Reports Q1 2008 Results
17.3.12 Feb 20, 2008: Avista Declares Quarterly Dividend
17.3.13 Feb 20, 2008: Avista Reports Q4 2007 Results
17.3.14 Nov 09, 2007: Avista Declares Quarterly Dividend
17.3.15 Oct 31, 2007: Avista Reports Q3 2007 Results
17.3.16 Aug 09, 2007: Avista Declares Quarterly Dividend
17.3.17 Aug 01, 2007: Avista Reports Q2 2007 Results
17.3.18 May 10, 2007: Avista Declares Quarterly Dividend
17.3.19 May 04, 2007: Avista Reports Q1 2007 Results
17.3.20 Feb 14, 2007: Avista Reports Q4 2006 Results
17.3.21 Apr 01, 2005: Avista Expects Q1 2005 Net Loss
17.4 Other Significant Developments
17.4.1 Sep 30, 2010: Avista Requests Recovery Of Costs For Providing Natural Gas Service In Oregon, US
17.4.2 Jul 27, 2010: Avista Continues Upgrading Of Equipment Serving Customers in St. Joe River Valley, US
17.4.3 Jul 27, 2010: Avista Reaches Settlement In Idaho Electric And Natural Gas Rate Requests
17.4.4 Jul 27, 2010: Avista Requests 2.6% Increase In Electric Rates
17.4.5 May 13, 2010: Avista Appoints Rebecca Klein To The Board
17.4.6 Apr 06, 2010: Avista Selects Tropos' GridCom For Smart Grid Distribution Area Communications Network
17.4.7 Feb 17, 2010: Avista To Postpone Reardan Wind Project Development
17.4.8 Jan 11, 2010: Avista Files Request To Eliminate Energy Cost Surcharge
17.4.9 Dec 23, 2009: Avista Receives Stimulus Funds To Help Spokane County Customers Save Energy
17.4.10 Nov 05, 2009: Avista Appoints Jeff D.Heggedahl As President And CEO
17.4.11 Sep 04, 2009: Avista Begins Testing The Use Of Biodiesel In Two Flatbeds
17.4.12 Sep 04, 2009: Avista Reaches Partial Settlement Agreement In Electric, Natural Gas Rate Filing
17.4.13 Sep 01, 2009: Avista Updates On $2 Million Project In Idaho
17.4.14 Aug 31, 2009: Avista Utilities Submits 2009 Resource Plan Including Wind Energy
17.4.15 May 18, 2009: Avista Appoints Jason Thackston As Vice President, Finance; Diane Thoren As Treasurer
17.4.16 May 13, 2009: Avista Appoints Marc Racicot As Board Member
17.4.17 Feb 13, 2009: Avista Announces Retirement Of EVP
17.4.18 Dec 08, 2008: Avista Appoints President
17.4.19 Dec 02, 2008: Avista Reschedules Construction Of 50 MW Reardan Wind Farm
17.4.20 Dec 01, 2008: Avista Closes $200 Million Line Of Credit With Group Of Banks
17.4.21 Aug 18, 2008: Avista Appoints Senior VP And CFO
17.4.22 Feb 15, 2008: Avista Appoints New Board Member
17.4.23 Feb 08, 2008: S&P Upgrades Avista To Investment Grade
17.4.24 May 08, 2007: Avista Names New Executive Director
17.4.25 Feb 12, 2007: Avista CEO To Retire, Elects New CEO
18 Appendix
18.1 Methodology
18.1.1 Coverage
18.1.2 Secondary Research
18.1.3 Primary Research
18.1.4 Expert Panel Validation
18.2 Contact Us
18.3 Disclaimer

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