Investor relations

Vattenfall is 100 per cent owned by the Swedish state and is one of Europe's largest generators of electricity and the largest producer of heat.

Vattenfall's main products are electricity, heat and gas. In electricity and heat, Vattenfall works in all parts of the value chain: production, distribution and sales. In gas, Vattenfall is active in sales. Vattenfall also conducts energy trading.

Starting on 1 January 2014 Vattenfall is organised in two regions: Nordic and Continental/UK.

Investing in Vattenfall

Since Vattenfall is a non-listed company, no shares in Vattenfall can be purchased. At the primary and secondary markets, however, bonds issued by Vattenfall are available for purchase. More information about Vattenfall's outstanding bonds, debt issuance programs and brochures are available at vattenfall.com.

Interim report highlights

April–June 2014

  • Net sales amounted to SEK 36,575 million (38,308).
  • The underlying operating profit amounted to SEK 4,086 million (5,399).
  • Operating profit amounted to SEK -1,637 million (-25,842). Greater provisions primarily for future expenses for the decommissioning of nuclear power in Germany had a negative impact on operating profit, by SEK 5.5 billion. Operating profit for the corresponding quarter in 2013 was charged with SEK 29.7 billion in impairment losses.
  • Profit for the period (after tax) amounted to SEK -2,323 million (-23,259). Greater provisions primarily for future expenses for the decommissioning of nuclear power in Germany had a negative impact on profit for the period, by SEK 4.0 billion. Profit for the period for the corresponding quarter in 2013 was charged with SEK 24.5 billion in impairment losses.
  • Electricity generation decreased by 5.0% to 39.7 TWh (41.8), mainly as a result of lower nuclear power generation

January to June 2014

  • Net sales amounted to SEK 82,486 million (88,040).
  • The underlying operating profit amounted to SEK 13,163 million (17,055).
  • Operating profit amounted to SEK 10,197 million (-15,005). Greater provisions primarily for future expenses for the decommissioning of nuclear power in Germany had a negative impact on operating profit, by
  • SEK 5.5 billion. Operating profit for the corresponding period in 2013 was charged with SEK 29.7 billion in impairment losses.
  • Profit for the period (after tax) amounted to SEK 5,882 million (-17,064). Greater provisions primarily for future expenses for the decommissioning of nuclear power in Germany had a negative impact on profit for the period, by SEK 4.0 billion. Profit for the period for the corresponding period in2013 was charged with SEK 24.5 billion in impairment losses.
  • Electricity generation decreased by 4.3% to 89.8 TWh (93.9), mainly as a result of lower fossil-based power generation.


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Last updated: 2014-10-24 08:09