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Sempra Energy

Headquarters : 101 Ash St San Diego, CA 92101-3017 United States of America United States of America
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« Ethical » rating of Sempra Energy , group and subsidiaries

Fraud 1 Sales 8 Bn $.€ /year Profit 2 Bn $.€ /1998 Wage 343 *min.
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Sodigas Pampena Argentina43
Sodigas Sur Argentina43
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incentive source
Mexico Mexico
: deux réservoirs de gaz naturel
 L'usine nouvelle

  • Environmental impact

  • Human impact

year name
photo position; compensation
2003Baum, Stephen L
See the photo of: Baum, Stephen L Chief Executive Officer; salary: 3,95 million US$;
2003Chaudhri, Javade
See the photo of: Chaudhri, Javade Vice-president;
2003Felsinger, Donald
See the photo of: Felsinger, Donald Chairman; salary: 1,73 million US$;
2003Guiles, Edwin
See the photo of: Guiles, Edwin Chairman; salary: 1,44 million US$; stock-options: 0,47 million US$;
2003Schmale, Neal
See the photo of: Schmale, Neal Chief Financial Officer; salary: 1,32 million US$;
2000Baum, Stephen L
See the photo of: Baum, Stephen L Chief Executive Officer;
social impact : country
social impact : country
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yearfinancial misdemeanorsalesincome source
2006 Sempra Energy will pay $377 million and change its business practices to settle class-action lawsuits accusing the company of conspiring to limit supplies and drive up prices during the state's energy crisis five years ago. The agreement did not resolve lawsuits brought by California Attorney General Bill Lockyer, who accused a company affiliate of using illegal, Enron-like tactics to generate hundreds of millions of dollars in higher electricity prices. Baum said the remaining litigation against the company was "manageable." The suits claim executives of SoCal Gas, SDG&E and El Paso Corp. met in a Phoenix hotel room in 1996 and agreed to "carve up" markets in California and northern Mexico, avoiding competition that would have benefited consumers in a newly deregulated market.     AP
2003   7,890,65   billion US$
2002   6,020,59   billion US$
2001   8,030,52   billion US$
2000   7,140,43   billion US$
yearfinancial misdemeanorsalesincomeassetsbuybacksource
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