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SCANA Corporation (SCG)
Analyst Day Meeting Conference Call
June 05, 2012 08:00 am ET
Kevin Marsh - Chairman & CEO
Ric Pérez - President & COO, Westinghouse Electric Company
Rusty Harris - President & COO, PSNC
Kenny Jackson - VP, Rates & Regulatory Services
Jimmy Addison - EVP & CFO
Jeff Archie - SVP, SCANA Corporation, SVP & Chief Nuclear Officer, SCE&G
Steve Byrne - President & COO, Generation and Transmission, SCE&G & SVP, SCANA
Great to have everybody here today; I appreciate those of you who showed up in person as well as those of you who are joining us on the webcast. We are excited about sharing our story with you today at the analyst presentation and you'll certainly have a chance to ask questions from our team when we get through.
As we get started, I want to make sure I make my attorneys happy right out of the box and I am not going to read the Safe Harbor statement. I think you've seen this before. But I need to say we may make some forward-looking statements today and if we do, we talk about the factors in the statement could have an impact on that, but I also encourage you to look at our filings with the SEC and all the information we provided you there.
I assumed my new responsibility as a CEO last December from Bill Timmerman, and I think most of you know that the transition just completed and what I tell people is I have ridden down the SCANA road with Bill and the Board for many years and late last year we pulled the SCANA breadth into the rest area and they gave me the wheel and set me and my team and back out on to the road on highway and I have to tell you that we’ve gotten on the interstate and we shifted into the fast lanes and were moving comfortably down the road. So I think we got the transition complete and we filled all of our internal positions as a result of the change that we made internally; and we weren’t required to go outside to fill those positions. We have a lot of good folks inside; I think that’s a great lot of planning to do in some forward-looking events that we knew were coming and I made sure we made that a smooth transition.