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UNITED STATES

SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION

Washington, D.C. 20549

 

 

FORM 6-K

 

 

REPORT OF FOREIGN ISSUER

PURSUANT TO RULE 13A-16 OR 15D-16 OF

THE SECURITIES EXCHANGE ACT OF 1934

For the month of September, 2018

Commission File Number: 1-15224

 

 

Energy Company of Minas Gerais

(Translation of Registrant’s Name Into English)

 

 

Avenida Barbacena, 1200

30190-131 Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil

(Address of Principal Executive Offices)

 

 

Indicate by check mark whether the registrant files or will file annual reports under cover of Form 20-F or Form 40-F.

Form 20-F ☒                 Form 40-F ☐

Indicate by check mark if the registrant is submitting the Form 6-K in paper as permitted by Regulation S-T Rule 101(b)(1): ☐

Indicate by check mark if the registrant is submitting the Form 6-K in paper as permitted by Regulation S-T Rule 101(b)(7): ☐

Indicate by check mark whether by furnishing the information contained in this Form, the registrant is also thereby furnishing the information to the Commission pursuant to Rule 12g3-2(b) under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.

Yes ☐                No ☒

If “Yes” is marked, indicate below the file number assigned to the registrant in connection with Rule 12g3-2(b): N/A

 

 

 

 


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INDEX

 

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Description of Items

 

 

1.  

MARKET ANNOUNCEMENT DATED JULY 12, 2018: REPLY TO B3 INQUIRY LETTER 1441/2018-SAE OF JULY, OF JULY 11, 2018

2.  

MATERIAL ANNOUNCEMENT DATED JULY  17, 2018: RENOVA DEALING WITH FURTHER OFFERS AFTER END OF BROOKFIELD NEGOTIATION

3.  

MATERIAL ANNOUNCEMENT DATED JULY  18, 2018: SETTLEMENT OF ADDITIONAL EUROBOND TRANCHE

4.  

SUMMARY OF PRINCIPAL DECISIONS OF THE 738TH MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS HELD ON JULY 18, 2018:

5.  

MINUTES OF THE EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS HELD ON JULY 23, 2018

6.  

MARKET NOTICE DATED JULY 26, 2018: REPLY TO CVM INQUIRY LETTER 289/2018/CVM/SEP/GEA-1

7.  

MARKET ANNOUNCEMENT DATED JULY 30, 2018: PRE-PAYMENT OF DEBT

8.  

MATERIAL ANNOUNCEMENT DATED AUGUST  8, 2018: CEMIG TELECOM ASSETS SOLD FOR SIGNIFICANT PREMIUMS

9.  

SUMMARY OF PRINCIPAL DECISIONS OF THE 740TH MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS HELD ON AUGUST 10, 2018

10.  

MATERIAL ANNOUNCEMENT DATED AUGUST  16, 2018: LIGHT IS EVALUATING THE POSSIBILITY OF RAISING FUNDS THROUGH A PUBLIC OFFERING

11.  

NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS DATED AUGUST  17, 2018: EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING OF SEPTEMBER 18 POSTPONED

12.  

MATERIAL ANNOUNCEMENT DATED AUGUST  24, 2018: CONTRACTS FOR SALE OF TELECOM ASSETS SIGNED

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MATERIAL ANNOUNCEMENT DATED AUGUST 31, 2018: REIMBURSEMENT FOR SÃO SIMÃO AND MIRANDA PLANTS RECEIVED

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MARKET NOTICE DATED SEPTEMBER 4, 2018: CEMIG AWARDED ANEFAC TRANSPARENCY TROPHY

15.  

TIMETABLE FOR REALEASE OF SECOND QUARTER 2018 RESULTS

16.  

PRESENTATION OF SECOND QUARTER 2018 RESULTS

17.  

EARNINGS RELEASE

 


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FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS

This report contains statements about expected future events and financial results that are forward-looking and subject to risks and uncertainties. Actual results could differ materially from those predicted in such forward-looking statements. Factors which may cause actual results to differ materially from those discussed herein include those risk factors set forth in our most recent Annual Report on Form 20-F filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. CEMIG undertakes no obligation to revise these forward-looking statements to reflect events or circumstances after the date hereof, and claims the protection of the safe harbor for forward-looking statements contained in the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995.

 

 

 


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SIGNATURES

Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the registrant has duly caused this report to be signed on its behalf by the undersigned, thereunto duly authorized.

 

COMPANHIA ENERGÉTICA DE MINAS GERAIS – CEMIG

 

By:

 

/s/ Maurício Fernandes Leonardo Júnior

 

Name: Maurício Fernandes Leonardo Júnior

Title: Chief Finance and Investor Relations Officer

Date: September 11, 2018

 

 

 


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MARKET ANNOUNCEMENT DATED JULY 12, 2018: REPLY TO B3 INQUIRY LETTER 1441/2018-SAE OF JULY, OF JULY 11, 2018

 

 

 

 

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COMPANHIA ENERGÉTICA DE MINAS GERAIS – CEMIG

LISTED COMPANY – CNPJ 17.155.730/0001-64 – NIRE 31300040127

MARKET ANNOUNCEMENT

Reply to B3 Inquiry Letter 1441/2018-SAE, of July 11, 2018    

Inquiry by B3 (São Paulo Stock Exchange)

Cia. Energética de Minas Gerais – CEMIG

To Mr. Maurício Fernandes Leonardo Júnior

Chief Investor Relations Officer

Subject: Request for information on news media report

A news report in the newspaper Valor Econômico of July 11, 2018, under the headline:

“Cemig considering re-opening bond issue”,

contains, among other information, statements that Cemig:

 

  1.

– “intends to raise up to US$ 500 million through re-opening of the bond issue that has previously been placed outside Brazil, with maturity in 2024”; and

 

  2.

– “has begun conversations with investors and may possibly complete the transaction this week”.

We request information/explanations on the items indicated, by July 12, 2018, including your confirmation of them or otherwise, and also any other information that is considered to be important.

Reply by CEMIG

Dear Ms. Ana Lucia da Costa Pereira,

Supervision Office for Companies and Equity Securities Offers – B3 S.A.

In response to Official Letter 1441/2018-SAE, of July 11, 2018, we inform you that Companhia Energética de Minas Gerais – Cemig (‘Cemig’ or ‘the Company’) is permanently assessing alternatives for improvement of its capital structure, lengthening of its debt profile and reduction of the cost of its debt.

 

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Consequently the Company, in the normal course of its business, is continuously consulting financial institutions and investors, in Brazil and the rest of the world, as to the conditions on which they would open credit lines for financing of the Company’s business.

In the case referred to, financing in the external market through issue of Eurobonds is one possible alternative. As an example, in December 2017 Cemig Geração e Transmissão S.A. (‘Cemig GT’), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cemig, placed an issue of US$1 billion, and in that issue the indicative demand was US$3.7 billion. Thus, it was natural to suppose that a further issue in this market would be a viable financing option, in addition to the alternatives available in the local market.

It is appropriate to highlight the characteristics of this type of transaction, in which, initially, the Company prospects qualified investors on potential interest in financing it. Once interest has been identified, the Company may opt to indicate a price level for the transaction, with the objective of quantifying the potential volume of a transaction. If the volume, at the indicated price level, indicates the possibility of success for the transaction the company may opt to begin a process of bookbuilding, culminating in pricing of an issue.

At the same time, when accessing the external debt market it is essential to obey the regulation and practices specific to this market, avoiding broad disclosure by the Company prior to the pricing, due to the risk that this could have adverse effects on the success of the transaction.

In line with this, yesterday the Company carried out an initial monitoring, but without this meaning that the transaction, at that moment, was feasible. It was only today that Cemig priced the re-opening of the Eurobond issue, in the amount of US$500 million, and, naturally, published a Material Announcement with the related information.

In relation to the media report referred to, in the interests of success of the transaction, and consequently, in the interests of the Company and its stakeholders, no statement of any kind was made prior to the pricing, in accordance, we would note, with the regulation and specific practices of this market, to avoid adverse risks for the transaction.

Cemig takes this opportunity to reiterate its commitment to transparency and best market practices in communication with the market.

Belo Horizonte, July 12, 2018.

Maurício Fernandes Leonardo Júnior

Chief Finance and Investor Relations Officer

 

 

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MATERIAL ANNOUNCEMENT DATED JULY 17, 2018: RENOVA DEALING WITH FURTHER OFFERS AFTER END OF BROOKFIELD NEGOTIATION

 

 

 

 

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COMPANHIA ENERGÉTICA DE MINAS GERAIS – CEMIG

LISTED COMPANY – CNPJ 17.155.730/0001-64 – NIRE 31300040127

MATERIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

Renova dealing with further offers after end of Brookfield negotiation

In accordance with CVM Instruction 358 of January 3, 2002 as amended, Cemig (Companhia Energética de Minas Gerais – listed and traded on the stock exchanges of São Paulo, New York and Madrid), hereby reports to the Brazilian Securities Commission (CVM), the São Paulo Stock Exchange (BM&F Bovespa S.A.) and the market that on today’s date its affiliated company Renova Energia S.A. published the following Material Announcement:

 

In relation to news reports published today, and in compliance with CVM Instruction 358/2002 as amended, Renova Energia S.A. (RNEW11) (‘Renova’) reports that after the ending of negotiations with Brookfield Energia Renovável S.A. for sale of the Alto Sertão III Wind Power project, it continues to negotiate a sale of this asset.

Renova also reports that it has received non-binding offers for acquisition of this asset from several investors, and that these are in the process of due diligence.

No exclusivity has been given to any of the parties interested.

Renova reaffirms its commitment to keep stockholders and the market duly and opportunely informed in accordance with the applicable legislation.    

Belo Horizonte, July 17, 2018

Maurício Fernandes Leonardo Júnior

Chief Finance and Investor Relations Officer

 

 

  

 

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MATERIAL ANNOUNCEMENT DATED JULY 18, 2018: SETTLEMENT OF ADDITIONAL EUROBOND TRANCHE

 

 

 

 

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COMPANHIA ENERGÉTICA DE MINAS GERAIS – CEMIG

LISTED COMPANY – CNPJ 17.155.730/0001-64 – NIRE 31300040127

MATERIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

Settlement of additional Eurobond tranche

In continuation of the Material Announcement published on December 7, 2018 and in compliance with CVM Instruction 358 of January 3, 2002 as amended, Cemig (Companhia Energética de Minas Gerais – listed on the stock exchanges of São Paulo, New York and Madrid), hereby reports to the Brazilian Securities Commission (CVM), the São Paulo Stock Exchange (B3) and the market as follows:

Today (July 18) Cemig’s wholly-owned subsidiary Cemig Geração e Transmissão S.A. (‘Cemig GT’) completed financial settlement of the additional tranche of Eurobonds arising from re-opening of the initial issue made on December 5, 2017.

The additional tranche, for US$500 million, with settlement of principal in December 2024, with six-monthly interest, was priced on July 12, 2018 at yield of 9.14% p.a.

A hedge transaction was concomitantly contracted, for the whole period of the issue, comprising:

 

   

a call spread on the principal, in which Cemig GT is protected over the interval between R$ 3.85/US$ and R$ 5.00/US$; and

 

   

a swap transaction for 100% of the interest, exchanging the 9.25% annual coupon for a rate equivalent to125.52% of the CDI rate.

This rate is significantly more advantageous than the cost of the original issue, which was for a rate equivalent to 150% of the CDI rate.

The net proceeds will be allocated to payment of debts with shorter maturities and higher average cost, resulting in lengthening of the debt profile and reduction of the Company’s financial expenses.

Belo Horizonte, July 18, 2018

Maurício Fernandes Leonardo Júnior

Chief Finance and Investor Relations Officer

 

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SUMMARY OF PRINCIPAL DECISIONS OF THE 738TH

MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS HELD ON JULY 18, 2018:

 

 

 

 

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COMPANHIA ENERGÉTICA DE MINAS GERAIS – CEMIG

 

LISTED COMPANY – CNPJ 17.155.730/0001-64 – NIRE

 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

 

Meeting of July 18, 2018

 

SUMMARY OF PRINCIPAL DECISIONS

 

At its 738th meeting, held on July 18, 2018, the Board of Directors of Cemig (Companhia Energética de Minas Gerais) decided the following:

 

  1.

Internal Regulations of the Board of Directors.

 

  2.

Orientation of vote in meeting of Efficiency:

 

 

Constitution of a company.

 

 

Capital increase.

 

 

Signature of investment agreement and stockholders’ agreement.

 

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MINUTES OF THE EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS HELD ON JULY 23, 2018

 

 

 

 

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COMPANHIA ENERGÉTICA DE MINAS GERAIS – CEMIG

CNPJ 17.155.730/0001-64 – NIRE 31300040127

MINUTES

OF THE

EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS

HELD ON

JULY 23, 2018

On the twenty third day of July of the year two thousand and eighteen at 11 a.m., at Avenida Barbacena 1,219, 23rd Floor, B Wing, Santo Agostinho, Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil, stockholders representing more than two-thirds of the voting stock of Companhia Energética de Minas Gerais – Cemig met in Extraordinary General Meeting, on first convocation, as verified in the Stockholders’ Attendance Book, where all placed their signatures and made the required statements.

The stockholder The State of Minas Gerais was represented by the State Attorney Mr. Wallace Alves dos Santos, for the Office of the General Attorney of the State of Minas Gerais, in accordance with the current legislation.

Initially, Mr. Carlos Henrique Cordeiro Finholdt, a stockholder and on behalf of Cemig’s Corporate Executive Office, stated that there was a quorum for an Extraordinary General Meeting of Stockholders; and that the stockholders present should choose the Chair of this Meeting, in accordance with Clause 11 of the Company’s by-laws.

Asking for the floor, the representative of the stockholder The State of Minas Gerais put forward the name of Neila Maria Barreto Leal, representative of the stockholder Bernardo Afonso Salomão de Alvarenga, to chair the meeting.

The proposal of the representative of the stockholder The State of Minas Gerais was put to debate, and subsequently to the vote, and approved unanimously, that is to say by 389,348,730 votes.

 

  

 

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The Chair then declared the meeting open and invited me, Carlos Henrique Cordeiro Finholdt, for Cemig’s Corporate Executive Office, to be secretary of the meeting, and asked me to read the convocation notice, which was published, on June 21, 22 and 23, 2018 in the publications: Minas Gerais, official journal of the Powers of the State, on pages 25, 33 and 23 respectively; and in the newspaper O Tempo, on pages 13, 25 and 21, respectively, the content of which is as follows:

 

  

 

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“COMPANHIA ENERGÉTICA DE MINAS GERAIS – CEMIG

CNPJ 17.155.730/0001-64 – NIRE 31300040127

EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS

JULY 23, 2018

CONVOCATION

Stockholders are hereby called to an Extraordinary General Meeting of Stockholders to be held on July 23, 2018 at 10 a.m., at the company’s head office, Av. Barbacena 1219, 23rd floor, Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil, to decide on:

 

   

Election of members of the Audit Board nominated by the majority stockholder, to serve the rest of the current period of office.

Stockholders may opt to exercise their right to vote through the remote voting system, in accordance with CVM Instruction 481/2009, by sending the related Remote Voting Form via their custody agent, or the mandated bank, or directly to the Company.

Proxy votes

Any stockholder who wishes to be represented by proxy at the said General Meeting of Stockholders should obey the precepts of Article 126 of Law 6406 of 1976, as amended, and of §2 of Article 10 of Clause 10 of the by-laws, by exhibiting at the time, or previously depositing at the Company’s head office, preferably by July 19, 2018, the proof of ownership of the shares, issued by the depositary financial institution, an identity document, and a power of attorney with specific powers, at Cemig’s Corporate Executive Office (Superintendência da Secretaria Geral) at Av. Barbacena 1219 – 23rd Floor, Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil.

Belo Horizonte, June 19, 2018    Adézio de Almeida Lima    –    Chair of the Board of Directors                

The representative of the stockholder The State of Minas Gerais stated that the Office of the General Attorney of the State, as formal representative of the controlling stockholder, would make a statement of position to this Meeting in the terms of Official Letter OF 0079/2018, of May 16, 2018.

In accordance with CVM Instruction 481/2009, the Chair then asked the Secretary to read the spreadsheet of summary consolidated voting, recording the votes given by Remote Voting Forms, published to the Market on July 20 of this year, which will be at the disposal of stockholders for any consultation.

The Chair then stated that an Extraordinary General Meeting of Stockholders had been held on July 11, 2018, at which, due to approval of the Company’s new by-laws, to adapt to Federal Law 13,303 of June 30, 2016 and Minas Gerais State Decree 47154 of February 20, 2017, the members of the Audit Board nominated by the holders of preferred shares were elected; and at that meeting it was not possible for the majority stockholder to nominate members for the Audit Board.

The representative of The State of Minas Gerais then put forward the following nominations for membership of the Audit Board:

 

 

  

 

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As sitting members:

 

José Afonso Bicalho Beltrão da Silva

  

–  Brazilian, married, economist, resident and domiciled in Belo Horizonte, MG at Rua Curitiba 2233/501, Lourdes, CEP 30170-122, bearer of Identity Card MG568870, issued by the Minas Gerais State Public Safety Department, and CPF nº 098044046-72;

Marco Antônio de Rezende Teixeira

  

–  Brazilian, married, lawyer, resident and domiciled in Belo Horizonte, MG, at Rua Senhora das Graças 64/801, Cruzeiro, CEP 30310-130, bearer of Identity Card M611582, issued by the Minas Gerais State Public Safety Department, and CPF 371515926-04; and

Camila Nunes da Cunha Pereira Paulino

  

–  Brazilian, married, public relations executive, resident and domiciled in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais at Rua Eugênio Murilo Rubião 185/601, Anchieta, CEP 30310-540, bearer of Identity Card MG11491274, issued by the Public Safety Department of Minas Gerais State, and CPF 053194916-89.

 

  

 

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– and as their respective substitute members:

 

Helvécio Miranda Magalhães Junior

  

–  Brazilian, single, doctor, resident and domiciled in Belo Horizonte, MG, at Rua Cláudio Manoel 735/1104, Funcionários, CEP 30140-100, bearer of Identity Card 161715-0, issued by the Minas Gerais State Public Safety Department, and CPF 561966446-53;

Flávia Cristina Mendonça Faria Da Pieve

  

–  Brazilian, married, lawyer, resident and domiciled in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais at Rua Fábio Couri 155/502, Torre 2, Luxemburgo, CEP 30380-560, bearer of Identity Card M8033108, issued by the Public Safety Department of Minas Gerais State, and CPF 037964286-73; and

Wieland Silberschneider

  

–  Brazilian, divorced, economist, domiciled in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, at Rua Herculano de Freitas 1210/301, Gutierrez, CEP 30441-023, bearer of Identity Card MG-1072289, issued by the Minas Gerais State Civil Police (PCMG), and CPF 451960796-53.

Asking for the floor, the representative of the stockholder BNDES Participações S.A. (BNDESPar), although not being part of the group voting on this occasion, stated the understanding that obedience to the prohibitions in Article 17 of the State Companies Law for nominations to an Audit Board, independently of the legal dispute on whether they are mandatory, are the best corporate governance practice for formation of the Audit Board, in that they ensure a higher level of professionalism, and recommended that all the Company’s stockholders should adopt them in their nominations.

It was also the understanding of BNDESPar that, in spite of the juridical support for this election and for the nominations made for it, considering the transitory nature of the court decision, given as it was in an interim remedy and already subject to contestation, it would be prudent for the controlling stockholder of the Company to aim for a composition of the Audit Board in line with the view taken by the CVM in Case 19957.004466/2018-41, to avoid any later need for re-composition of that Board, even before the end of the current period of office, which would harm the continuity of its work. BNDESPar also alerted the meeting that the other requirements and prohibitions in the State Companies Law should be complied with, including the need for one of the nominees to be a government employee with a permanent link to the public administration.

The representative of the stockholder The State of Minas Gerais then reported that the Judiciary of Minas Gerais State had granted a request for urgent relief in the following terms:

 

  “a)

suspending the effect of the recommendation / decision issued by the CVM contained in Official Announcement 227/2018/CVM/SEP/GEA-1 (SEI 19957.005738/2018-20); and thus requiring the CVM to abstain from opening any administrative proceedings tending to punish the controlling stockholder, or Cemig, in any case where the reason for action is application of the prohibitions stated in §2 of Article 17 of Law 13303/2016 in relation to the members of Cemig’s Audit Board, until any subsequent court decision, on penalty of a fine in the event of non-compliance;

 

  b)

consequent order that Cemig should urgently (subject to the minimum timing required by the law and by its by-laws), in a General Meeting of Stockholders, elect the members of its Audit Board, based on the names already put forward by The State of Minas Gerais, as majority stockholder, on May 16, 2018, subject to the requirement in Article 26 of Law 13303/2016, as regulated by State Decree 47154/2017, but without the prohibitions established by that Law in relation to the members of the Board of Directors (§ 2º of Article 17 of Law 13303/2016); on penalty of a procedural fine in the event of non-compliance with the decision.”

 

  

 

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The nominations of the representative of the stockholder The State of Minas Gerais were put to debate, and to the vote, and approved by a majority of votes, as follows:

 

Group

   Votes in
favor
     Votes
against
     Abstentions  

Sitting and substitute member:

        

José Afonso Bicalho Beltrão da Silva and Helvécio Miranda Magalhães Júnior

     83,211,485        14,147,598        32,423,830  

Marco Antônio de Rezende Teixeira and Flávia Cristina Mendonça Faria Da Pieve

     83,211,484        14,147,598        32,423,827  

Camila Nunes da Cunha Pereira Paulino and Wieland Silberschneider

     83,211,484        14,147,597        32,423,826  

The Audit Board members elected declared – in advance – that they are not subject to any prohibition on exercise of commercial activity, that they are not subject to any of the prohibitions in Law 6404/1976 or Law 13303/2016, nor in Minas Gerais State Decree 47154/2017, and that they comply with the criteria and requirements of the applicable legislation and regulations; they made a solemn commitment to become aware of, obey and comply with the principles, ethical values and rules established by the Code of Professional Conduct of Companhia Energética de Minas Gerais – Cemig, and the Code of Ethical Conduct of Government Workers and Senior Administration of the State of Minas Gerais.

The Chair stated that, subject to swearing-in of the new members of the Audit Board being conditional upon presentation of the declaration statements contained in the applicable federal and state legislation, the composition of the Audit Board is now as follows:

Audit Board

 

Sitting members:    Substitute members:
José Afonso Bicalho Beltrão da Silva,    Helvécio Miranda Magalhães Júnior,
Marco Antônio de Rezende Teixeira,    Flávia Cristina Mendonça Faria Da Pieve,
Camila Nunes da Cunha Pereira Paulino,    Wieland Silberschneider,
Rodrigo de Mesquita Pereira,    Michele da Silva Gonsales,
Cláudio Morais Machado;    Carlos Roberto de Albuquerque Sá.

The meeting being opened to the floor, since no-one else wished to speak, the Chair ordered the meeting suspend for the time necessary for writing of the minutes.

 

  

 

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The session being reopened, the Chair put the said minutes to debate and to the vote, and they were approved unanimously, that is to say, by 389,348,730 votes; verifying that they had been signed, she closed the meeting.

For the record, I, Carlos Henrique Cordeiro Finholdt, Secretary, wrote these minutes and sign them, together with all those present.

 

 

  

 

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MARKET NOTICE DATED JULY 26, 2018: REPLY TO CVM INQUIRY LETTER 289/2018/CVM/SEP/GEA-1

 

 

 

 

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COMPANHIA ENERGÉTICA DE MINAS GERAIS – CEMIG

LISTED COMPANY – CNPJ 17.155.730/0001-64 – NIRE 31300040127

MARKET NOTICE

Reply to CVM Inquiry Letter 289/2018/CVM/SEP/GEA-1    

Question asked by the Brazilian Securities Commission (CVM)

Rio de Janeiro, July 25, 2018.

Maurício Fernandes Leonardo Júnior

Investor Relations Director

COMPANHIA ENERGÉTICA DE MINAS GERAIS – CEMIG

Av. Barbacena, 1200, 5º andar/ B1

Santo Agostinho, Belo Horizonte, MG

CEP:     30.190-131

Tel:     (31) 3506-5024

Fax:     (31) 3506-5026

Email: ri@cemig.com.br

cc:        emissores@bvmf.com.br

Subject: Request for information on news media report

“Dear Sir,

 

1.

We refer to the news report published today in the news medium Valor Econômico, in the Empresas (‘Companies’) section, under the headline:

“Cemig assessing ‘Plan B’ for sale of Light”

which contains the following statements:

 

  

 

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Facing challenges in its efforts to sell its interest in Light, the Minas Gerais state company Cemig is assessing a ‘Plan B’ for payment of the put option exercised against it, which is to be settled in November of this year. The priority continues to be the sale of control of the Rio de Janeiro electricity distributor Light, but, since the proposals received so far have not been considered attractive, Cemig is working with an alternative for payment of the put option that will avoid Light becoming a state company.

According to one source, Cemig needs approximately R$ 600 million to pay the option. There is R$ 100 million deposited in a guarantee account, which remained from the proceeds of the sale of part of the control stockholding in the transmission company Taesa. The idea is to rely on the sale of Cemig Telecom to finance the rest.

The minimum price established for the assets of Cemig Telecom, which will be auctioned on August 8, is R$ 367 million. Since there are many bidders interested in the company, Cemig’s expectation is that the transaction will be made for a premium over the minimum price. According to Cemig, there are 17 investors interested.

Valor has found that they include Brazil’s principal telephone network operators, mobile telephone tower companies, investment funds, and foreign companies, such as Sterlite Power Grid of India.

Even resolving the problem relating to the put option, Cemig will still need to avoid allowing Light to become a majority-state-controlled company. With settlement of the put option, its interest will increase from 43% to 52% of Light, which could cause early maturity of debts due to covenants in financing contracts.

[...]

A possible problem involves the situation of Renova Energia, controlled by Cemig and by Light. As well as its net debt of R$ 1.3 billion, while generating extremely low cash flow, Renova needs funds to complete the works on the Alto Sertão III wind complex, which are behind schedule.

Valor has found that between R$ 300 and R$ 400 million is still needed to complete the project. Further to this, there is R$ 200 million in debts to suppliers that need to be settled. With the present debt, and the problems resulting from the works being behind schedule, such as the exposure to the electricity spot market, these costs could make the return on the project unfeasible.

 

2

We request a statement by your company on the truthfulness of this report, and if it is true, reasons why Cemig understood that this was not a matter for a Material Announcement, and also commentaries on other information considered important on the subject.

 

3

This statement must be given through the Empresa.NET System, in the category: Market notice, sub-category: Responses to consultations by CVM/B3; Media News Report – and should include a transcription of this Official Letter.

 

4

We warn you that, by order of our Company Relations Supervision Management, using its legal powers under Sub-item II of Article 9 of Law No. 6385/1976 and CVM Instruction 452/07, a coercive fine of R$ 1,000 (one thousand Reais) is applicable, without prejudice to other administrative sanctions, for non-compliance with the requirement contained in this Official Letter, which is sent exclusively by e-mail, by July 26, 2018, notwithstanding the provisions of §1 of Article 6 of CVM Instruction 358/02.    ”

 

  

 

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Reply by CEMIG

Dear Mr. Cláudio José Paulo, Acting Manager

In reply to Official Letter 289/2018/CVM/SEP/GEA-1, Cemig states as follows:

Cemig believes that transparency and accountability are not only legally imposed duties but indispensable prerequisites for efficient management.

For this reason, aiming to keep investors duly informed, Cemig has published Material Announcements, on June 1, 2017 and July 7, 2017, announcing and updating its program of disinvestment which, among other aims, seeks to enhance the Company’s financial equilibrium, through accelerated reduction of its net indebtedness.

Cemig reiterates that the assets referred to in the article published by the newspaper Valor Econômico are part of the said disinvestment program, and that it has been keeping the market and other interested parties updated on the processes of sale of those assets.

As of today’s date, there is no new information which, under CVM Instruction 358/2002, would justify publication of a further Material Announced on any of these subjects.

Finally, Cemig encourages the communications media, for the benefit of its readers, always to state its sources, and once again re-emphasizes that it is available for verification of information.

Belo Horizonte, July 26, 2018

Maurício Fernandes Leonardo Júnior

Chief Finance and Investor Relations Officer

 

  

 

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MARKET ANNOUNCEMENT DATED JULY 30, 2018: PRE-PAYMENT OF DEBT

 

 

 

 

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COMPANHIA ENERGÉTICA DE MINAS GERAIS – CEMIG

LISTED COMPANY – CNPJ 17.155.730/0001-64 – NIRE 31300040127

MARKET ANNOUNCEMENT

Pre-payment of debt

Cemig (Companhia Energética de Minas Gerais) – listed and traded on the stock exchanges of São Paulo, New York and Madrid – hereby informs the CVM (the Brazilian Securities Commission (CVM), the São Paulo stock Exchange (B3) and the market as follows:

On July 27, 2018 Cemig’s wholly-owned subsidiary Cemig Geração e Transmissão S.A. (‘Cemig GT’), following the re-opening of its Eurobond issue, made early payment of R$ 385 million, or 25vs% of the total nominal balance, of its 7th Debenture Issue, the cost of which was 140% of the CDI rate, and which had original maturity date on December 23, 2021.

Cemig believes this once again demonstrates its commitment to reducing financial expenses and lengthening its debt profile, improving profitability and enhancing its credit quality.

Belo Horizonte, July 30, 2018.

Maurício Fernandes Leonardo Júnior

Chief Finance and Investor Relations Officer

 

  

 

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MATERIAL ANNOUNCEMENT DATED AUGUST 8, 2018:

CEMIG TELECOM ASSETS SOLD FOR SIGNIFICANT PREMIUMS

 

 

 

 

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COMPANHIA ENERGÉTICA DE MINAS GERAIS – CEMIG

LISTED COMPANY – CNPJ 17.155.730/0001-64 – NIRE 31300040127

MATERIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

Cemig Telecom assets sold for significant premiums

Cemig (Companhia Energética de Minas Gerais – listed, with securities traded on the stock exchanges of São Paulo, New York and Madrid), as per CVM Instruction 358 of January 3, 2002, as amended, hereby reports to the Brazilian Securities Commission (CVM), the São Paulo Stock Exchange (BM&F Bovespa S.A.) and the market as follows:

Today Cemig held the Public Auction for sale of its telecommunications assets not within scope of primary use, as specified in Tender Announcement 500-Y12121.

 

   

The winning bid for Lot 1, presented by American Tower do Brasil – Internet das Coisas Ltda., was for R$571,000,000.00 (five hundred seventy one million Reais), that is to say 70.41% above the minimum sale value specified in the Tender Announcement.

 

   

The winning bid for Lot 2, presented by Algar Soluções em TIC S.A., was for R$77,890,000.00 (seventy seven million, eight hundred ninety thousand Reais), i.e. 139.86% above the minimum sale value specified in the Tender Announcement.

The winning bidders were qualified during the session. Cemig will declare the winners after expiration of the period for appeals. After signature of the Asset Sale Agreements, conclusion of the transaction will depend on compliance with suspensive conditions stated in the Tender Announcement, including approval by the Brazilian competition authority, CADE (Conselho Administrativo de Defesa Econômica), if applicable.

The minutes of the public auction session are available on Cemig’s Electronic Procurement Site (http://compras.cemig.com.br/).

Cemig reiterates its commitment to keep stockholders and the market timely informed in accordance with the applicable law and regulations.

Belo Horizonte, August 8, 2018

Daniel Faria Costa

Acting Chief Finance and Investor Relations Officer

 

  

 

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SUMMARY OF PRINCIPAL DECISIONS OF THE 740TH

MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS HELD ON AUGUST 10, 2018

 

 

 

 

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COMPANHIA ENERGÉTICA DE MINAS GERAIS – CEMIG

 

LISTED COMPANY – CNPJ 17.155.730/0001-64 – NIRE 31300040127

 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

 

Meeting of August 10, 2018

 

SUMMARY OF PRINCIPAL DECISIONS

 

At its 740th meeting, held on August 10, 2018, the Board of Directors of Cemig (Companhia Energética de Minas Gerais) decided the following:

 

  1.

Convocation of an Extraordinary General Meeting of Stockholders to be held on September 18, 2018, at11 a.m., to deal with election of members of the Audit Board nominated by the controlling stockholder.

 

  2.

Reprofiling of the debt of Santo Antônio Energia S.A. (Saesa), with guarantee by Cemig, such guarantee to be limited to the proportion of Cemig’s equity interest in Saesa.

 

 

  

 

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MATERIAL ANNOUNCEMENT DATED AUGUST 16, 2018:

LIGHT IS EVALUATING THE POSSIBILITY OF RAISING FUNDS THROUGH A PUBLIC OFFERING

 

 

 

 

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COMPANHIA ENERGÉTICA DE MINAS GERAIS – CEMIG

LISTED COMPANY – CNPJ 17.155.730/0001-64 – NIRE 31300040127

MATERIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

Light is Evaluating the Possibility of Raising Funds through a Public Offering

Cemig (Companhia Energética de Minas Gerais – listed in São Paulo, New York and Madrid), in compliance with CVM Instruction 358 of January 3, 2002 as amended, hereby reports to the Brazilian Securities Commission (CVM), the São Paulo Stock Exchange (B3) and the market as follows:

Cemig’s affiliated company, Light S.A. (‘Light’) has today published the following Material Announcement:

 

Light S.A. (“Company”), under the terms of Instruction No. 358, dated as of January 3, 2002 of the Brazilian Securities Exchange Commission (Comissão de Valores Mobiliários—“CVM”), as amended, hereby informs its shareholders and the market in general that it is evaluating the possibility of raising funds through a public offering of common shares issued by the Company (“Offering”), and, as a preliminary and preparatory act for the potential Offering, signed a non-binding memorandum of understanding (“Memorandum”) aiming to anchor a portion of such potential Offering by investment funds led by GP Investments, Ltd. (“Investors”).

The Memorandum is a preliminary and non-binding document, which only establishes indicative terms and conditions in case the Offering, in fact, occurs. However, the Company emphasizes that the effective pursuit of the Offering and the proposed anchoring by the Investors are subject to several factors and conditions, amongst others, market conditions, and there is no guarantee that neither will occur or under which terms and condition. As of this date, there is no definitive guarantee as to the performance of the Offering, as well as its structure and volume. Any future offering of shares will be conducted in accordance with the applicable regulations and legislation.

The Company will keep the Market informed of any development or deliberations regarding the potential Offering and the potential transaction proposed by the Investors, with due regard to the restrictions contained in CVM rules and other applicable legislation.

Belo Horizonte, August 16, 2018.

Maurício Fernandes Leonardo Júnior

Chief Finance and Investor Relations Officer

 

  

 

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NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS DATED AUGUST 17, 2018:

EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING OF SEPTEMBER 18 POSTPONED

 

 

 

 

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COMPANHIA ENERGÉTICA DE MINAS GERAIS – CEMIG

LISTED COMPANY – CNPJ 17.155.730/0001-64 – NIRE 31300040127

NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS

EGM of September 18 postponed

Cemig (Companhia Energética de Minas Gerais) hereby notifies stockholders that the Extraordinary General Meeting of Stockholders called for September 18, 2018, as decided by the Board Meeting of August 10, 2018, has been postponed to a later date, to be decided by the Board of Directors.

Belo Horizonte, August 17, 2018

Maurício Fernandes Leonardo Júnior

Chief Finance and Investor Relations Officer

 

  

 

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MATERIAL ANNOUNCEMENT DATED AUGUST 24, 2018: CONTRACTS FOR SALE OF TELECOM ASSETS SIGNED

 

 

 

 

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LISTED COMPANY – CNPJ 17.155.730/0001-64 – NIRE 31300040127

MATERIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

Contracts for sale of Telecom assets signed

Complementing its Material Announcement of August 8, 2018, and in accordance with CVM Instruction 358 of January 3, 2002, as amended, Cemig (Companhia Energética de Minas Gerais - listed and traded on the stock exchanges of São Paulo, New York and Madrid), hereby reports to the Brazilian Securities Commission (CVM), the São Paulo Stock Exchange (B3) and the market as follows:

Today, August 24, 2018, Cemig signed Contracts for sale of assets with:

 

   

American Tower do Brasil – Internet das Coisas Ltda., winning bidder for Lot 1 of Public Tender Auction Nº 500-Y12121, and

 

   

Algar Soluções em TIC S.A., winning bidder for Lot 2 of the same tender,

for:    - sale of telecommunications assets not within Cemig’s scope of primary use; and

         - assignment of contractual positions in the contracts associated with those assets.

Conclusion of these transactions is subject to suspensive conditions stated in the Tender Announcement, including approval by the Brazilian Monopolies Authority, CADE.

Cemig reiterates its commitment to keep stockholders and the market timely informed in accordance with the applicable law and regulations.

Belo Horizonte, August 24, 2018

Maurício Fernandes Leonardo Júnior

Chief Finance and Investor Relations Officer

 

  

 

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MATERIAL ANNOUNCEMENT DATED AUGUST 31, 2018: REIMBURSEMENT FOR SÃO SIMÃO AND MIRANDA PLANTS RECEIVED

 

 

 

 

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COMPANHIA ENERGÉTICA DE MINAS GERAIS – CEMIG

LISTED COMPANY – CNPJ 17.155.730/0001-64 – NIRE 31300040127

MATERIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

Reimbursement for São Simão and Miranda plants received

Cemig (Companhia Energética de Minas Gerais – listed in São Paulo, New York and Madrid), in compliance with CVM Instruction 358 of January 3, 2002 as amended, hereby reports to the Brazilian Securities Commission (CVM), the São Paulo Stock Exchange (B3) and the market as follows:

Today (Aug. 31, 2018) Cemig’s wholly-owned subsidiary Cemig Geração e Transmissão S.A. (‘Cemig GT’) received the amounts of reimbursement relating to the assets not previously amortized or depreciated in the basic plans of the São Simão and Miranda hydroelectric plants, as specified in Mining and Energy Ministry Ministerial Order 291/2017.

The total of these amounts received today is R$ 1,139,355,248.29.

Belo Horizonte, August 31, 2018

Maurício Fernandes Leonardo Júnior

Chief Finance and Investor Relations Officer

 

  

 

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MARKET NOTICE DATED SEPTEMBER 4, 2018: CEMIG AWARDED ANEFAC TRANSPARENCY TROPHY

 

 

 

 

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LISTED COMPANY – CNPJ 17.155.730/0001-64 – NIRE 31300040127

MARKET NOTICE

Cemig awarded Anefac Transparency Trophy

Cemig (Companhia Energética de Minas Gerais – listed with securities traded on the stock exchanges of São Paulo, New York and Madrid) hereby informs the CVM (the Brazilian Securities Commission), the São Paulo Stock Exchange (B3) and the public as follows:

Cemig has once again been awarded the Anefac Transparency Trophy – the award created in 1997 to encourage transparency in Brazilian companies’ financial reporting.

The trophy is a joint initiative of:

 

 

the Brazilian National Association of Finance, Management and Accounting Executives (Associação Nacional dos Executivos de Finanças, Administração e Contabilidade, or Anefac)

 

 

the Accounting, Actuarial and Financial Research Institution Foundation (Fundação Instituto de Pesquisas Contábeis, Atuariais e Financeiras – Fipecafi) of the School of Applied Economics (FEA) of São Paulo University (USP), and

 

 

Serasa Experian.

Cemig’s award, in the category Listed companies with billing over R$ 5 billion, reflects the clarity of its financial statements and the quality of the information published.

The winning companies were chosen by master’s degree and doctorate students of FEA/Fipecafi after analysis of the financial statements of more than two thousand companies.

Belo Horizonte, September 4, 2018

Maurício Fernandes Leonardo Júnior

Chief Finance and Investor Relations Officer

 

  

 

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TIMETABLE FOR REALEASE OF SECOND QUARTER 2018 RESULTS

 

 

 

 

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Second Quarter 2018 Results Presentation

Cemig

(BM&FBOVESPA: CMIG3, CMIG4; NYSE: CIG, CIG.C; Latibex: XCMIG)

announces its

TIMETABLE for Release of 2Q2018 Results:

Publication

August 14, 2018 (Tuesday)

(after the closing of markets in São Paulo and New York)

The information will be available on our website: http://ri.cemig.com.br

Webcast and Conference call

August 16, 2018 (Thrusday), at 2:00 p.m. (Brasília time)

Transmission of the results with simultaneous translation into English

by webcast at:

http://ri.cemig.com.br

or

by conference call at:

+ 55 11 2188-0155 (1st option) or

+ 55 11 2188-0188 (2nd option)

Password: CEMIG

Conference Call Playback:

Phone: (55 11) 2188-0400

Available: From August 16 to 30, 2018

For any questions please call +55 31 3506-5024.

 

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PRESENTATION OF SECOND QUARTER 2018 RESULTS

 

 

 

 

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Disclaimer
Certain statements and estimates in this material may represent expectations about future events or results, which are subject to risks and uncertainties, which may be known or unknown. There is no guarantee that the events or results will take place as referred to in these expectations.
These expectations are based on the present assumptions and analyses from the point of view of our management, in accordance with their experience and other factors such as the macroeconomic environment, and market conditions in the electricity sector; and on our expectations for future results, many of which are not under our control.
Important factors that could lead to significant differences between actual results and the projections about future events or results include our business strategy, Brazilian and international economic conditions, technology, our financial strategy, changes in the electricity sector, hydrological conditions, conditions in the financial and energy markets, uncertainty on our results from future operations, plans and objectives, and other factors. Because of these and other factors, our real results may differ significantly from those indicated in or implied by such statements.
The information and opinions herein should not be understood as a recommendation to potential investors, and no investment decision should be based on the veracity, currentness or completeness of this information or these opinions. None of our professionals nor any of their related parties or representatives shall have any liability for any losses that may result from the use of the content of this presentation.
To evaluate the risks and uncertainties as they relate to Cemig, and to obtain additional information about factors that could give rise to different results from those estimated by Cemig, please consult the section on Risk Factors included in the Reference Form filed with the Brazilian Securities Commission – CVM – and in the 20-F form filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission – SEC.
In this material, financial amounts are in R$ million (R$ mn) unless otherwise stated.
Financial data reflect the adoption of IFRS.

 

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Hightlights
Ebitda
R$810 million in 2Q18
Growth of 9.5% (2Q18/2Q17)
R$1,817 million
Reduction of 1.3%
(1H18/1H17)
PMSO
R$710 million
Reduction of R$177 million (2Q18/2Q17)
R$1,378 million
Reduction of 14.0%
(1H18/1H17)
Net profit
(adjusted)
R$236 million
Growth of 71% (2Q18/2Q17)
R$700 million
Increase of 45.5%
(1H18/1H17)
Telecom assets
R$649 million - Total amount
Premium of 76.8% on auction reserve price
Success in asset sale auction
Hedge on Eurobond issue
Accounting effect in net profit: R$296 million
Second tranche issued: US$500 million – July 2018

 

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Telecom assets
On August 8, 2018 Cemig held its public auction of telecom assets
Winning bids
Presented by American Tower do Brasil
R$571 million, 70.41% above reserve price
Lot 1
Lot 2
Presented by Algar Soluções
R$77.9 million, 139.86% above reserve price
After signature of the sale agreements, conclusion of the transaction will depend on:
– compliance with suspensive conditions as stated in the tender announcement,
– including, if applicable, approval by the Brazilian competition authority, CADE.
Divestment

 

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Accounting - Eurobonds
Net financial expenses: additional R$ 449 million
R$532 million – Expense (in R$) on FX variation with increase in USD exchange rate
R$83 million – Gain on financial instruments
Financial instruments adopted for protection of foreign currency-denominated debt
Protection of interest payments- Swap
The transaction replaces payment of interest charges at 9.25% in US dollars with 150.49% of the local CDI rate
Protection of the principal - Call Spread
Protection for variation in R$/US$ Exchange rate between floor of R$3.25 and ceiling of R$5.00
Within this band, the Company pays the floor amount, at maturity. If the ceiling is exceeded, at maturity the Company pays the floor level of R$3.25 plus the difference between the US$/R$ exchange rate and the ceiling level of R$5.00.
Fair value calculation:
The main variables used in the calculation of fair value of these hedge transactions are:
Expectations for future variations in the CDI rate and
the US dollar exchange rate.
Note:
– The net expense of R$449 million is non-cash: it is an accounting effect.
– Cash flow is protected from FX variation by the financial instruments contracted.
The foreign exchange variation expense not being offset, in the half-year, by the hedge instruments contracted, resulted in a net negative accounting effect for the transaction in this period – and was caused by expected future values for variation resulting from the CDI rate (as indicated by the domestic future interest rates curve) being higher than the figures indicated by the future curve for the R$/US$ exchange rate. This situation, which occurred basically in the months of May and June 2018, was due to the instability of the macroeconomic scenario.
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Cemig’s electricity market
Volume sold - (GWh)
2Q17 Residential Industrial Commercial Rural Others Wholesale 2Q18
Total energy billed Cemig D
Electricity transported
Consumption by captive market
Market Cemig GT
Free clients
ACL - Free contracts
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Technical losses
Mar/17
Jun/17
Sep/17
Dec/17
Mar/18
Jun/18
Technical losses (GWh)
Technical Losses / Total Load (%)
Regulatory Losses (%)
Total losses
Total losses (GWh)
Total Losses / Total Load (%)
Regulatory Losses (%)

 

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Consolidated operational expenses
Change in consolidated operational expenses– 2Q18/2Q17
PMSO
Personnel
Materials
Contracted Services
Others
Post-Retirement
Purchased Energy
Depreciation/ Amortization
Operating Provisions
“Charges for Use of Basic
Transmission Network”
Gas bought for resale
Others
-20.0%
2Q18/2Q17
-35.1%
2Q18/2Q17
1Q17
2Q17*
3Q17
4Q17
1Q18
2Q18*
* Expense on employees joining the voluntary retirement plan: R$26 million in 2Q18 and R$165 million in 2Q17

 

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Ebitda consolidated
Growth of 9.5 % - 2Q18/2Q17
2Q17
Revennues
PMSO
Non- controling cost
Others
Loss on Equity
Telecom
Depreciation
2Q18
1H17
1H18
By Company
Cemig GT
Cemig D
Others
1ºQ
2ºQ

 

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Net profit consolidated
Growth of 71% 2Q18/2Q17
1ºQ
2ºQ
Custos/Despesas
2Q17
Revennues
PMSO
Non-controling cost
Others
Loss on Equity
Financial results
Others
2Q18
Hedge adjustment
2Q18 Adjusted
1H17
1H18 Adjusted
Net profit Cemig GT
Net profit Cemig D
2Q17
1Q18
2Q18 Adjusted

 

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Eurobonds
An additional tranche of the December 5, 2017 Eurobond issue was issued on July 18, 2018
Amount: US$500 million
Yield: 9.14% p.a.
Interest: Six-monthly
Maturity of principal: December 2024
Financial instruments adopted for protection of foreign currency-denominated debt in the additional tranche:
Protection of interest payments: Swap
The transaction replaces the payments of interest charges at 9.25% in US dollars with 125.52% of the local CDI rate.
Protection of the principal: Call Spread
Protection for variation in the USD exchange rate between: floor of R$3.85 and ceiling of R$5.00
Within this band, the Company pays the floor amount, at maturity. If the ceiling is exceeded, at maturity the Company pays the floor level plus the difference between the US$/R$ exchange rate and the ceiling level of R$5.00.
Retap

 

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Cemig, consolidated: debt profile
Maturities timetable
Total net debt: R$13.3 billion
Average tenor: 3.9 years
Cemig GT: amortized R$ 533 million in Debentures and made early repayment of R$ 385 million, with proceeds of the second Eurobond tranche.
2018
2019
2020
2021
2022
2023
2024
After 2024
Maturities timetable – pós Retap
Consolidated debt (in R$ of July 2018) - including expectation of use of 2nd Eurobond tranche
Without change
Payment with Retap proceeds
Retap
Amortization
Cost of debt- %
2015
2016
jun/17
set/17
2017
mar/18
jun/18
Real Nominal
Main indexors
CDI
IPCA
DOLLAR
OTHER
Leverage

 

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Covenant
Net debt/Ebitda
Eurobonds´ Covenant - (LTM – last twelve months)
Cemig H
Cemig GT
Reprofiling´s Covenant - (LTM – last twelve months)
Cemig D
2017
jun/18
2018
jun/19
2019
Limit Realized

 

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Cash flow
Cash start of 2018
Profit 1H18
Expenses (revenues) not affecting cash
Interest aid on loans and financings
Supplies
Others
Capital increase
Loans and debentures
Cash investments
Investments
Cash end of 1H18
Securities
Cash
Operations
-R$9
Financing
-R$269
Investment
R$189
Total
1,293

 

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CEMIG
Investor relations Tel.: +55 (31) 3506-5024
ri@cemig.com.br
http://ri.cemig.com.br
CMIG3
CMIG4
NÍVEL 1
BOVESPA BRASIL
CIG
LISTED
NYSE
CIG.C
LATIBEX
XCMIG
ISE 2018
Índice de Sustentabilidade Empresarial
MEMBER OF
Dow Jones
Sustainability Indices
In Colaboration with RobecoSAM

 

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EARNINGS RELEASE

 

 

 

 

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CEMIG

2Q18 RESULTS

2Q18 EBITDA: R$ 810 MILLION

Main facts of 2Q18:

 

Net financial expense of R$449 million from foreign Exchange variation on US-dollar due to the Eurobond issue, partially offset by gain on financial instruments- the adjustment to fair value of the swap transaction

 

Equity earnings contribution from subsidiaries negative: R$ 83 million

 

2Q18 results do not count on hydro plants auctioned in 2017

 

Gain with operational efficiency

 

  o

the PMSO decreased by 177 million – 20% lower (2Q18 / 2Q17)

 

Indicators – GWh:

   2Q18     2Q17      Change%  

Electricity sold (excluding CCEE)

     14,076       13,540        3.96  

 

Indicators – R$´000:

   2Q18     2Q17      Change%  

Sales on CCEE

     25,639       198,529        (87.09

Gross revenue

     8,207,936       7,788,240        5.39  

Net revenue

     5,533,199       5,205,029        6.30  

Ebitda (IFRS)

     810,143       739,642        9.53  

Net profit

     (60,370     138,114        —    

Earnings per share – PN (preferred) shares

     (0,04     0,11        —    

Ebitda margin

     14.64%       14.21%        0.43pp  

 

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Conference call

Publication of 2Q18 results

Video webcast and conference call

August 16, 2018 (Thursday), at 2 p.m. Brasĺlia time

This transmission on Cemig’s results will have simultaneous translation into English and can be seen in real time by Video Webcast, at http://ri.cemig.com.br or heard by conference call on:

+ 55 (11) 2188-0155 (1st option) or

+ 55 (11) 2188-0188 (2nd option)

Password: CEMIG

 

Playback of Video Webcast:

Site: http://ri.cemig.com.br

Click on the banner and download.

Available for 90 days

  

 

Conference call – Playback:

Tel.: +55 (11) 2188-0400

Password:

CEMIG Português

(Available from August 16-30, 2018)

 

Cemig Investor Relations

http://ri.cemig.com.br/

ri@cemig.com.br

Tel.: +55 (31) 3506-5024

Fax: +55 (31) 3506-5025

Cemig’s Executive Investor Relations Team

 

Chief Finance and Investor Relations Officer

Maurício Fernandes Leonardo Júnior

 

General Manager, Investor Relations

Antônio Carlos Vélez Braga

 

Manager, Investor Market

Robson Laranjo

 

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Summary

 

CONFERENCE CALL

     58  

CEMIG INVESTOR RELATIONS

     58  

CEMIG’S EXECUTIVE INVESTOR RELATIONS TEAM

     58  

SUMMARY

     59  

DISCLAIMER

     60  

CEMIG’S SHARES AND ADRS – MARKET PRICES, VS. INDICES

     61  

LONG-TERM RATINGS

     62  

ADOPTION OF IFRS

     63  

PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNTS

     63  

RESULTS FOR SECOND QUARTER 2018

     64  

CEMIG’S CONSOLIDATED ELECTRICITY MARKET

     64  

THE ELECTRICITY MARKET OF CEMIG D

     66  

PHYSICAL TOTALS OF TRANSPORT AND DISTRIBUTION – MWH

     68  

THE ELECTRICITY MARKET OF CEMIG GT

     68  

QUALITY INDICATORS – DEC / DECI AND FEC / FECI

     69  

CONSOLIDATED OPERATIONAL REVENUE

     70  

TAXES AND CHARGES ON REVENUE

     75  

OPERATIONAL COSTS AND EXPENSES

     75  

EQUITY IN EARNINGS OF UNCONSOLIDATED INVESTEES

     80  

NET FINANCIAL REVENUE (EXPENSES)

     81  

EBITDA

     82  

DEBT.

     83  

COVENANTS – EUROBONDS

     85  

RESULTS SEPARATED BY BUSINESS SEGMENT

     86  

APPENDICES

     86  

INVESTMENTS

     87  

LOSSES

     87  

SOURCES AND USES OF ELECTRICITY

     88  

PLANTS

     90  

TABLE CEMIG D

     92  

TABLE CEMIG GT

     93  

TABLE CEMIG

     93  

 

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Disclaimer

Certain statements and estimates in this material may represent expectations about future events or results, which are subject to risks and uncertainties, which may be known or unknown. There is no guarantee that the events or results will take place as referred to in these expectations.

These expectations are based on the present assumptions and analyses from the point of view of our management, in accordance with their experience and other factors such as the macroeconomic environment, market conditions in the electricity sector, and expected future results, many of which are not under Cemig’s control.

Important factors that could lead to significant differences between actual results and the projections about future events or results include Cemig’s business strategy, Brazilian and international economic conditions, technology, Cemig’s financial strategy, changes in the electricity sector, hydrological conditions, conditions in the financial and energy markets, uncertainty on our results from future operations, plans and objectives, and other factors. Due to these and other factors, Cemig’s results may differ significantly from those indicated in or implied by such statements.

The information and opinions herein should not be understood as a recommendation to potential investors, and no investment decision should be based on the veracity, currentness or completeness of this information or these opinions. None of Cemig’s professionals nor any of their related parties or representatives shall have any liability for any losses that may result from use of the content of this material.

To evaluate the risks and uncertainties as they relate to Cemig, and to obtain additional information about factors that could give rise to different results from those estimated by Cemig, please consult the section on Risk Factors included in the Reference Form filed with the Brazilian Securities Commission (CVM) – and in the 20-F form filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

 

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Cemig’s shares and ADRs – market prices, vs. indices

 

Security

   Ticker      Currency    June 30,
2018
     Close of
2017
     Change in
the period %
 

Cemig PN

     CMIG4      R$      7.30        6.46        12.9%  

Cemig ON

     CMIG3      R$      6.60        6.38        3.4%  

ADR PN

     CIG      US$      1.84        1.93        –4.6%  

ADR ON

     CIG.C      US$      1.72        1.84        –6.7%  

Bovespa index

     Ibovespa           72,763        76,402        –4.8%  

IEEX

     IEEX           38,562        39,732        –2.9%  

 

Source: Economática.

Trading volume in Cemig’s preferred shares (CMIG4) totaled R$ 10.12 billion in 2Q18, a daily average of R$ 82.26 million – this is 12.86% higher than in 2Q17. Average daily trading in the common (ON) shares was R$ 8.77 million. Cemig’s shares, by volume – in the aggregate of common (ON) and preferred (PN) shares – were the second most liquid in Brazil’s electricity sector in the period, and among the most traded in the whole Brazilian equity market.

On the New York Stock Exchange the volume traded in ADRs for Cemig’s preferred shares (CIG) in 2Q18 was US$1.04 billion. We see this as reflecting recognition by the investor market, and maintaining Cemig’s position as a global investment option.

The São Paulo stock exchange Ibovespa index fell 4.8% in the first half of 2018 (1H18), closing the half-year at 72,763 points. Cemig’s shares outperformed the principal Brazilian stock index and also the Brazilian electricity sector index: in 1H18 the common (ON) shares rose 3.4%, and the preferred (PN) shares rose 12.9%. The price of the ADRs for Cemig’s preferred shares, traded in New York, fell 4.6% in the period.

 

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Long-term ratings

This table shows credit risk ratings and outlook for Cemig’s companies as provided by the principal rating agencies:

Brazilian rating:

 

Agency

   Cemig    Cemig D    Cemig GT
     Rating    Outlook    Rate    Outlook    Rating    Outlook

Fitch

   BBB-(bra)    Stable    BBB-(bra)    Stable    BBB-(bra)    Stable

S&P

   brBBB    Positive    brBBB    Positive    brBBB    Positive

Moody’s

   B2.br    Stable    B2.br    Stable    B2.br    Stable

Global rating:

 

Agency

   Cemig    Cemig D    Cemig GT
     Rating    Outlook    Rating    Outlook    Rating    Outlook

Fitch

   B    Stable    B    Stable    B    Stable

S&P

   B    Positive    B    Positive    B    Positive

Moody’s

   B3    Stable    B3    Stable    B3    Stable

Ratings of Eurobonds:

 

Agency

   Cemig    Cemig D    Cemig GT
     Rating    Outlook    Rating    Outlook    Rating    Outlook

Fitch

   B    Stable    BB–    Stable    B    Stable

S&P

   B    Stable    B    Stable    B    Stable

 

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Adoption of IFRS

The results presented below are prepared in accordance with Brazilian accounting rules, which now embody harmonization to IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards). They are expressed in thousands of Reais (R$ ’000), except where otherwise noted.

PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNTS

 

Consolidated – R$’000

   2Q18     2Q17     Change%  

REVENUE

     5,533,199       5,205,029       6.30  

OPERATING COSTS

      

Personnel

     (348,576     (535,954     (34.96

Employees’ and managers’ profit shares

     (3,150     (6,007     (47.56

Post-retirement obligations

     (86,126     (97,390     (11.57

Materials

     (18,416     (15,829     16.34  

Outsourced services

     (254,553     (238,140     6.89  

Electricity purchased for resale

     (2,818,905     (2,649,330     6.40  

Depreciation and amortization

     (198,309     (209,435     (5.31

Operating provisions

     (134,112     (161,386     (16.90

Charges for use of the national grid

     (416,038     (197,764     110.37  

Gas bought for resale

     (293,225     (262,651     11.64  

Infrastructure construction costs

     (202,974     (240,475     (15.59

Other operating expenses, net

     (85,246     (90,938     (6.26
  

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

TOTAL COST

     (4,859,630     (4,705,299     3.28  
  

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

Equity method gains in non-consolidated investees

     (83,107     30,477       —    

Operational profit before Financial revenue (expenses) and taxes

     590,462       530,207       11.36  

Financial revenues

     249,315       169,010       47.51  

Financial expenses

     (946,147     (510,564     85.31  
  

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

Pre-tax profit

     (106,370     188,653       (156.38

Current and deferred income tax and Social Contribution tax

     24,628       (50,539     —    
  

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

LOSS (GAIN) ON CONTINUING OPERATIONS

     (81,742     138,114       —    
  

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

Profit in the period from discontinued operations—Telecom

     21,372       —         —    
  

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

NET LOSS (GAIN) FOR THE PERIOD

     (60,370     138,114       —    
  

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

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Results for second quarter 2018

For the second quarter of 2018 (2Q18) Cemig reports a loss of R$ 60,370, which compares to net profit of R$ 138,114 in 2Q17.

This primarily reflected significant net non-operational expenses of R$ 449,088, comprising:

 

(i)

FX variation on the debt raised in December 2017 (Eurobond issue);

 

partially offset by the effects of:

 

(ii)

adjustment to fair value of the swap transaction made by the Company to replace the interest payments on the Eurobonds (expressed in the issue as 9.25% p.a. in US dollars) by 150.49% of the Brazilian domestic CDI rate, with a hedge contracted for the principal for US dollar exchange rate variation between a floor of R$ 3.25 and a ceiling of R$ 5.00 – in this case the floor value will be paid by the Company at maturity.

Cemig’s consolidated electricity market

The Cemig Group sells electricity through: its distribution company, Cemig Distribuição (‘Cemig D’); its generation and transmission company, Cemig Geração e Transmissão (‘Cemig GT’); and its other wholly-owned subsidiaries – Horizontes Energia, Sá Carvalho, Cemig PCH, Rosal Energia, Cemig Geração Camargos, Cemig Geração Itutinga, Cemig Geração Salto Grande, Cemig Geração Três Marias, Cemig Geração Leste, Cemig Geração Oeste, and Cemig Geração Sul.

 

i.

This market comprises sales of electricity to:

 

ii.

captive consumers in Cemig’s concession area in the State of Minas Gerais;

 

iii.

Free Consumers in both the State of Minas Gerais and other States of Brazil, in the Free Market (Ambiente de Contratação Livre, or ACL);

 

iv.

other agents of the electricity sector – traders, generators and independent power producers, also in the ACL; and

 

v.

distributors, in the Regulated Market (Ambiente de Contratação Regulada, or ACR).

 

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In 2Q18 the “Cemig Group” sold a total volume of 14,076,058 MWh, which was 3.96% less than in 2Q17.

Sales of electricity to final consumers in 2Q18, plus Cemig’s own consumption, totaled 11,101,488 MWh, or 3.81% more than in 2Q17.

Sales to distributors, traders, other generating companies and independent power producers in 2Q18 totaled 2,974,570 MWh – or 4.51% more than in 2Q17.

In June 2018 the “Cemig Group” invoiced 8,395,664 clients – a growth of 1.0% in the consumer base since June 2017. Of these, 8,395,283 were final consumers (including Cemig’s own consumption), and 381 were other agents in the Brazilian power industry.

The chart below itemizes the sales of the “Cemig Group” to final consumers in the year, by consumer category:

 

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Total consumption of electricity (GWh)

 

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Consolidated

   MWh      Change,%     Average
price

2Q18
R$
     Average
price

2Q17
R$
 
   2Q181      2Q17  

Residential

     2,557,762        2,496,022        2.47       761.63        772.27  

Industrial

     4,524,750        4,450,891        1.66       253.97        278.99  

Commercial, Services and Others

     2,155,487        1,892,746        13.88       498.74        579.24  

Rural

     954,766        953,709        0.11       424.59        431.02  

Public authorities

     220,791        226,041        (2.32     595.45        611.42  

Public lighting

     345,401        341,420        1.17       369.86        394.25  

Public services

     331,174        324,405        2.09       428.80        439.25  
  

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

   

 

 

    

 

 

 

Subtotal

     11,090,131        10,685,234        3.79       448.94        476.55  
  

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

   

 

 

    

 

 

 

Own consumption

     11,357        8,788        29.23       —          —    

Wholesale supply to agents in Free and Regulated Markets (*)

     2,974,570        2,846,261        4.51       257.69        366.81  
  

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

   

 

 

    

 

 

 

Total

     14,076,058        13,540,283        3.96       414.75        428.39  
  

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

   

 

 

    

 

 

 

 

(*)

Includes Regulated Market Electricity Sale Contracts (CCEARs) and ‘bilateral contracts’ with other agents.

The electricity market of Cemig D

Electricity billed to captive clients by Cemig D and electricity transported for Free Clients and distributors with access to its network totaled 11,204,337 MWh in 2Q18, or 5.69% more than in 2Q17.

There are two components of this reduction: consumption by the captive market 0.3% higher YoY, and use of the network by Free Clients 13.7% higher YoY.

 

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In June 2018 Cemig D billed 8,395,120 consumers, or 1.00% more consumers than in June 2017. Of this total, 1,068 were Free Consumers using the distribution network of Cemig D.

 

Cemig D

   Number of clients      Change,
%
 
   2Q18      2Q17  

Residential

     6,807,112        6,739,939        1.00  

Industrial

     73,261        73,896        (0.86

Commercial, Services and Others

     719,192        715,815        0.47  

Rural

     710,131        696,276        1.99  

Public authorities

     64,171        63,857        0.49  

Public lighting

     6,185        5,924        4.41  

Public services

     13,253        12,875        2.94  
  

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

 
     8,393,305      8,308,582      1.02  
  

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

 

Power transported

        

Industrial

     556        509        9.23  

Commercial

     504        394        27.92  

Rural

     5        3        66.67  

Concession holder

     3        3        —    
  

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

 
     1,068      909      17.49  
  

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

 

Total

     8,395,120        8,310,242        1.02  
  

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

 

An important item is that the volume sold to industrial users was 4.07% lower, which was mainly due to three factors: (a) disconnections of consumer units; (b) migration of captive consumers to the Free Market; and (c) reduction of consumption due to the truck drivers’ strike, which took place at the end of May 2018. Also, volume sold to the commercial consumer category was 2.07% lower year-on-year, mainly due to migration of captive consumers to the Free Market.

At the same time, sales were higher year-on-year in three other categories: 2.47% higher in the residential consumer category – reflecting addition of new consumer units; 1.17% higher in public lighting; and 2.09% higher in supply to public services.

 

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Physical totals of transport and distribution – MWh

 

     MWh      Change
%
 
   2Q18      2Q17  

Total energy carried

        

Electricity transported for distributors

     75,858        80,429        (5.68

Electricity transported for Free Clients

     4,806,097        4,292,825        11.96  

Own load

     8,002,427        7,858,785        1.83  

Consumption by captive market

     6,331,252        6,313,550        0.28  

Losses in distribution network

     1,671,175        1,545,235        8.15  
  

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

 

Total energy carried

     12,884,381        12,232,040        5.33  
  

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

 

The electricity market of Cemig GT

Cemig GT billed a total of 7,555,811 MWh in 2Q18, or 7.00% higher than in 2Q17.

The number of clients billed by Cemig GT in June 2018, at 1,284, was 9.6% higher than at the end of June 2017. Of these: 1,210 were industrial, commercial and rural clients, 46 were distribution companies, and 28 were companies in the category of traders, generators and independent power producers.

Free Clients in the industrial, commercial and rural consumer categories consumed 4,586,309 MWh in 2Q18, or 60.7% of the total volume of energy provided by Cemig GT, and 9.3% higher than in 2Q17.

This increase total reflects consumption by commercial clients 51.2% higher.

Trading of electricity to other agents in the electricity sector in the Free Market totaled 2,339,728 MWh in 2Q18, 4.6% higher than in 2Q17.

 

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Sales of energy in the Regulated Market, including those to Cemig D, totaled 629,774 MWh in 2Q18, or 0.1% higher than in 2Q17, due to differences of seasonalization of distributors’ contracts between the two periods and contractual reduction.

 

Cemig GT

   (MWh)      Change,%  
   2Q18      2Q17  

Free Clients

        

Industrial

     3,430,046        3,373,679        1.67  

Commercial

     851,996        563,620        51.16  

Rural

     315        3,660        (91.39

Free Market – Free contracts

     2,339,728        2,237,418        4.57  

Regulated Market

     597,555        596,028        0.26  

Regulated Market – Cemig D

     32,218        32,894        (2.06
  

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

 

Total

     7,251,858        6,807,298        6.53  

SPCs of Cemig GT

        

Free Clients

        

Industrial

     303,952        254,438        19.46  
  

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

 

Total

     7,555,810        7,061,737        7.00  
  

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

 

QUALITY INDICATORS – DEC / DECi and FEC / FECi

Cemig is continuously taking action to improve operational management, organization of the logistics of emergency services, and its permanent regime of inspections and preventive maintenance of substations, lines and distribution networks. It also invests in training of its staff for improved qualifications, state-of-the-art technologies, and standardization of work processes, aiming to uphold the quality of electricity supply, and as a result maintain the satisfaction of clients and consumers.

The charts below show Cemig’s indicators for duration and frequency of outages – DEC and FEC, since January 2016.

 

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DEC – Average outage duration experienced by consumer – hours/consumer/month

Internal DEC – Average consumer outage duration due to factors internal to concession holder – hours/consumer/month

FEC – Average outage frequency experienced by consumer –outages/consumer/month

Internal FEC – Average outage frequency experienced by consumer due to factors internal to concession holder – outages/consumer/month

Consolidated operational revenue

Revenue from supply of electricity

Total revenue from supply of electricity in 2Q18 was R$ 5,838,104, 0.65% higher than in 2Q17 (R$ 5,800,520).

 

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Final consumers

Total revenue from electricity sold to final consumers, excluding Cemig’s own consumption, in 2Q18 was R$ 4,978,835, or 2.22% less than in 2Q17 (R$ 5,092,073). The main factors in this revenue were:

 

the annual tariff adjustment for Cemig D, effective May 28, 2017 (full effect in 2018) with average negative effect on consumer tariffs of 10.66%;

 

the Annual Tariff Adjustment for Cemig D effective Monday, May 28, 2018, with an average positive effect on consumer tariffs of 23.19%; and

 

volume of electricity sold to final consumers 3.79% higher year-on-year.

 

     R$’000     Change     Average
price
     Average
price
     Change  
   2Q18     2Q17     %     2Q18      2Q17      %  
                     R$      R$         

Residential

     1,948,068       1,927,607       1.06       761.63        772.27        (1.38

Industrial

     1,149,137       1,241,737       (7.46     253.97        278.99        (8.97

Commercial, Services and Others

     1,075,019       1,096,355       (1.95     498.74        579.24        (13.90

Rural

     405,384       411,069       (1.38     424.59        431.02        (1.49

Public authorities

     131,469       138,206       (4.87     595.45        611.42        (2.61

Public lighting

     127,749       134,604       (5.09     369.86        394.25        (6.19

Public services

     142,009       142,495       (0.34     428.80        439.25        (2.38
  

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

 

Subtotal

     4,978,835       5,092,073       (2.22     448.94        476.55        (5.79

Supply not yet invoiced, net

     130,096       (70,182     —         —          —          —    

Wholesale supply to other concession holders (*)

     766,525       1,044,045       (26.58     257.69        366.81        (29.75

Wholesale supply not yet invoiced, net

     (37,352     (265,416     (85.93     —          —          —    
  

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

 

Total

     5,838,104       5,800,520       0.65       414.75        428.39        (3.18
  

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

 

 

(*)

Includes Regulated Market Electricity Sale Contracts (CCEARs) and ‘bilateral’ contracts with other agents.

Revenue from Use of Distribution Systems (the TUSD charge)

This is revenue from charging Free Consumers the Tariff for Use of the Distribution System (Tarifa de Uso do Sistema de Distribuição, or TUSD) on the volume of energy distributed. In 2Q18 this revenue was R$ 440,599, or 0.73% higher than in 2Q17 (R$ 437,427), with the following factors:

 

reduction of approximately 40% in the TUSD – in the annual tariff adjustment for Cemig D of 2017, in effect from May 28, 2017 (full effect in 2018);

 

upward adjustment of approximately 36% in the TUSD, in Cemig D’s 2018 annual tariff adjustment, effective from May 28, 2018; and

 

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volume of energy transported 13.66% higher, due to a higher level of activity by industrial consumers, mainly related to the ferroalloys sector.

CVA and Other financial components in tariff adjustments

In its interim accounting information Cemig recognizes the difference between actual amounts of non-controllable costs (in which the CDE, and electricity bought for resale, are significant components) and the figures that were used as assumptions for these costs in calculating rates charged to consumers. The amount of this difference is passed through to clients in Cemig D’s next tariff adjustment – in 2Q18 this represented a revenue (gain) of R$ 627,893, whereas in 2Q17 it produced a reduction (expense) of R$ 29,294. The difference in this case is mainly due a higher difference, in 2018, between costs of energy and the coverage provided by the tariff, generating a financial asset to be reimbursed to the Company through the next tariff adjustment.

Changes in balances of financial assets and liabilities:

 

     R$’000  

Balance at Mar. 31, 2017

     (718,742
  

 

 

 

Net constitution of financial liabilities

     159,139  

Assets realized

     (188,433

Payments from the Flag Tariff Centralizing Account

     (142,781

Updating – Selic rate

     (21,911
  

 

 

 

Balance on June 30, 2017

     (912,728
  

 

 

 

Balance at Mar. 31, 2018

     242,546  
  

 

 

 

Net constitution of financial assets

     563,662  

Assets realized

     64,231  

Others—R&D Reimbursement

     (114,782

Payments from the Flag Tariff Centralizing Account

     (12,404

Updating – Selic rate

     10,839  
  

 

 

 

Balance on June 30, 2018

     754,092  
  

 

 

 

Transmission indemnity revenue

In 2Q18 this revenue was R$ 96,678, a reduction of 52.61% compared to 1Q17 (R$ 204,025). We highlight the amount of R$ 149,255 recorded for 2Q17, relating to the backdated difference of transmission concession assets the values of which were not included in the calculation basis for revenues in the previous tariff reviews. The Company reports the updating of the amount of indemnity receivable based on the average regulatory cost of capital, as specified in the sector regulations.

 

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Remaining balance to be received through RAP

The remaining balance, of R$ 472,356 at June 30, 2018 (R$ 544,471 at December 31, 2017), was incorporated into the Remuneration Assets Base, and is being recovered via RAP.

Generation Indemnity Revenue

In 2Q18 the Company recognized revenue of R$ 17,218 for the adjustment to the balance not yet amortized relating to the basic plans of the concessions for the São Simão and Miranda Hydroelectric Plants, to be indemnified as per Ministerial Order 291/17.

Plants operated under the Quotas regime as from January 1, 2016

As from August 2013, there were expiry dates of the concessions for various plans operated by Cemig GT under Concession Contract 007/1997. As from the termination of the concession, Cemig GT held the right to indemnity of the assets not yet amortized, as specified in that concession contract. The accounting balances corresponding to these assets, including the Deemed Cost, are recognized in Financial assets. Their total at June 30, 2018 was R$ 816,411.

The Miranda and São Simão plants

The amounts for the basic plan of these plants were transferred to the account Indemnities receivable, and are updated in monetary terms in accordance with Mining and Energy Ministry Order 291, of August 3, 2017, as shown below:

 

Plant:

   Miranda      São Simão      Total  

Concession termination date:

   Dec. 2016      Jan. 2015  

Net value of assets of the Basic Plan based on Deemed Cost at Dec. 31, 2017

     609,995        202,744        812,739  

Adjustment (1)

     174,157        40,855        215,012  
  

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

 

Amounts in Mining and Energy Ministry Order

     784,152        243,599        1,027,751  

Monetary updating

     25,373        31,222        56,595  
  

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

 

Net balance of the assets of the Basic Plan at Dec. 31, 2017

     809,525        274,821        1,084,346  

Monetary updating

     25,729        8,734        34,463  
  

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

 

Net balance of the assets of the Basic Plan at June 31, 2018

     835,254        283,555        1,118,809  
  

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

 

 

(1)

Adjustment, under Mining and Energy Ministry Order 291/2017, of the non-amortized balance of the concessions of the São Simão and Miranda plants.

 

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Revenue from power trading transactions in the Wholesale Trading Exchange (CCEE)

Revenue from transactions in electricity on the CCEE in 2Q18 was R$ 25,639, compared to R$ 198,529 in 2Q17 – a year-on-year reduction of 87.09%. The difference is due to the lower volume of electricity available for settlement in the wholesale market in 2018.

Revenue from supply of gas

Cemig reports revenue from supply of gas 14.69% higher YoY in 2Q18, at R$ 470,908, compared to R$ 410,604 in 2Q17 – reflecting higher tariffs to consumers, in spite of a reduction in volume of consumption in reaction to these higher tariffs.

 

Market (R$ ’000 m3/day)

   2013      2014      2015      2016      2017      2Q18  

Residential

     0.17        0.72        1.04        3.38        11.44        15.91  

Commercial

     20.38        23.15        22.42        24.68        32.67        35.63  

Industrial

     2,734.95        2,849.24        2,422.78        2,173.76        2,453.22        2,384.86  

Others

     106.33        99.64        119.87        120.19        126.15        142.49  
  

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

 

Total market excluding thermal generation

     2,861.83        2,972.75        2,566.11        2,322.01        2,623.47        2,578.89  
  

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

 

Thermal

     1,214.50        1,223.99        1,309.13        591,52        990.89        542.32  
  

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

 

Total

     4,076.33        4,196.74        3,875.24        2,913.53        3,614.36        3,121.21  
  

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

 

Gasmig began supplying gas to the residential market. In June 2018 it invoiced 36,416 households – compared to 22,536 in June 2017.

 

Number of clients

   2013      2014      2015      2016      2017      June 30,
2018
 

Residential

     455        1,446        3,820        14,935        30,605        36,416  

Commercial

     152        177        218        394        591        660  

Industrial

     119        111        113        112        107        107  

Others

     91        88        62        49        50        50  

Thermal generation

     2        2        2        2        2        2  
  

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

 

Total

     819        1,824        4,215        15,492        31,355        37,235  
  

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

 

 

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Taxes and charges on Revenue

The total of these taxes and charges reported as deductions from revenue in 2Q18 was R$ 2,674,737 – an increase of 3.54% in relation to their total of R$ 2,583,211 in 2Q17.

Consumer charges – the ‘Flag’ Tariff system

Charges to the consumer arising from the ‘Flag Tariff’ system in 2Q18 were 93.48% lower year-on-year – at R$ 8,287 in 2Q18, in contrast to R$ 127,177 in 2Q17.

In the ‘Flag’ Tariff system, higher rates come into effect depending on the level of water in the country’s reservoirs: the ‘Red Flag’ imposes the highest extra tariff – and was in effect with the scarcity of rainfall in April and May 2017.

 

The ‘Flag’ Tariff component – history

April 2018

  

May 2018

  

June 2018

Green    Yellow    Red II

April 2017

  

May 2017

  

June 2017

Red    Red    Green

Operational costs and expenses

Operational costs and expenses totaled R$ 4,859,630 in 2Q18, or 3.28% higher than in 2Q17 (R$ 4,705,299).

 

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The following paragraphs comment on the main variations:

Electricity purchased for resale

The expense on electricity bought for resale in 2Q18 was R$ 2,818,905, or 6.40% more than in 2Q17 (R$ 2,649,330). The main factors in the higher figure are:

Cemig D (distribution):

The expense on electricity bought for resale by Cemig D in 2Q18 was R$ 1,927,103, or 15.00% more than in 2Q17 (R$ 1,675,757). The main factor was the expense on supply bought at auction being 19.09% higher YoY, at R$ 764,807 in 2Q18, vs. R$ 642,185 in 2Q17. This in turn was mainly due to inclusion of the supply coming from MCSD (Excess/Deficit Compensation Mechanism) assignments for new-build projects, which resulted in the expense being R$ 127,780 higher than in 2Q17 – partially offset by lower volume in quantity and availability contracts (5,709,270 MWh in 2Q18 and 6,522,682 MWh no 2Q17).

 

R$’000

   2Q18     2Q17  

Supply from Itaipu Binacional

     345,177       322,771  

Physical guarantee quota contracts

     149,437       120,925  

Quotas for Angra I and II nuclear plants

     66,711       60,944  

Spot market

     621,825       545,330  

‘Bilateral’ contracts

     73,011       74,230  

Supply acquired in auctions on the Regulated Market

     764,807       642,185  

Proinfa Program

     79,849       75,322  

Distributed generation

     19,539       2,247  

Credits of Pasep and Cofins taxes

     (193,253     (168,197
  

 

 

   

 

 

 
     1,927,103     1,675,757  
  

 

 

   

 

 

 

Cemig GT:

Cemig GT’s expense on electricity bought for resale in 2Q18 was R$ 897,095, or 8.51% less than in 2Q17 (R$ 980,581). This reflects a volume of energy purchased 11.88% lower YoY in 2Q18 – at 4,726,875 MWh, vs. 5,364,064 MWh in 2Q17; partially offset by the effect of average price per MWh in 2Q18 being 3.82% higher YoY (at R$ 189.79 in 2Q18, vs. R$ 182.81 in 2Q17).

 

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R$’000

   Consolidated  
   2Q18     2Q17  

Electricity on spot market – CCEE

     50,248       25,173  

Electricity acquired in the Free Market

     922,797       1,036,149  

‘Bilateral’ contracts

     8,873       —    

Credits of Pasep and Cofins taxes

     (84,823     (80,741
  

 

 

   

 

 

 
     897,095       980,581  
  

 

 

   

 

 

 

Operating provisions

Operational provisions were 16.90% lower year-on-year in the quarter – at R$ 134,112 in 2Q18, compared to R$ 161,386 in 2Q17. The main fator is the reversal in employment-law contingencies, compensated by provisions with investment options as described bellow:

 

In 2Q18 there was a reversal, of R$ 20,114, in the total provision for employment-law contingencies, in 2Q18, compared with new provisions totaling R$ 114,419 made in 2Q17. The reversal is the consequence of judgments given in favor of the Company, against claims by plaintiffs.

 

In 2Q18 provisions of R$ 27,519, and R$ 20,231, respectively, were made for the RME/ LEPSA and SAAG investment options – compared to reversals of provisions, in 2Q17, of R$ 8,020 and R$ 5,334 respectively, for the same two items.

 

Balance of liabilities, consolidated – R$’000

   Balance on
Jun. 30, 2018
    Balance on
Dec. 31, 2017
 

Put options for shares in RME and Lepsa

     569,286       507,232  

Put option – SAAG

     336,199       311,593  

Put / call options – Ativas and Sonda

     (3,849     (3,801
  

 

 

   

 

 

 
     901,636       815,024  
  

 

 

   

 

 

 

Default

With the conjunction of several factors – the Brazilian macroeconomic context of lower economic activity, which created unemployment; the adverse hydrological situation; and the increase in tariffs, which had been held down – the debt owed by Cemig’s clients has grown to higher than average levels. The good news is that the efforts made by Cemig to counter default in 2017 resulted in the default index being reduced, and the Company has kept these indices under control in 2018.

 

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To combat a record level of default in 2018 Cemig redoubled efforts to reduce customer arrears. An additional budget has been approved for efforts to recover the losses of revenue. Some results have already been achieved. Since December 2016 there has been no significant increase in the default percentages, showing that they are being kept under control. We expect to see a more consistent decline in the percentages from now on. Default in June 2018 was 3.42% lower than in June 2017.

The Company uses various tools of communication and collection to prevent increase in default. These include contact by telephone, email, collection requests by text and by letter, negative posting on credit registers, collection through the courts and, principally, disconnection of supply. Aneel Resolution 414 allows supply to be cut off after 15 days from receipt of a notice to the defaulting consumer.

As well as these various collection methods, in 2018 Cemig is structuring a new management model for the client relationship. Innovations will include making negotiation for settlement of arrears by installments available on line. The aim of the proposal is to provide a wide range of interactions with clients and facilitate access to means of negotiation and payment.

 

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People

The expense on personnel in 2Q18 was R$ 348,576, or 34.96% lower than in 2Q17 (R$ 535,954). The lower figure, in spite of the 1.83% salary increase from November 2017 under the collective agreement, mainly reflects the much lower expense on the voluntary retirement program – 84.48% lower, at R$ 25,666, in 2Q18, than in 2Q17 (R$ 165,422 ).

 

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In April 2018, 117 employees of Cemig Telecom were transferred to the Cemig holding company, in the part referred to as ‘supplementary staff’. As and when these employees are allocated to areas of Cemig D and Cemig GT, they will be transferred to each of those companies.

Gas bought for resale

In 2Q18 the Company recorded an expense of R$ 293,225 on acquisition of gas, 11.64% more than its comparable expense of R$ 262,651 in 2Q17. This basically reflects the higher volume of gas bought for resale (454,622m³ in 2Q18, vs. 308,850m³ in 2Q17).

 

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Equity in earnings of unconsolidated investees

In 2Q18 Cemig posted a net loss by the equity method in unconsolidated investees of R$ 83,107, which compares with a net gain of R$ 30,477 in 2Q17. This mainly reflects negative equity method contributions from the interests in (a) Renova and (b) the Santo Antônio hydroelectric plant.

 


Consolidated – R$’000

   Equity method
gain (loss)

2Q18
    Equity method
gain (loss)

2Q17
 

Companhia Transleste de Transmissão

     —         1,322  

Companhia Transudeste de Transmissão

     —         1,047  

Companhia Transirapé de Transmissão

     —         1,157  

Companhia de Transmissão Centroeste de Minas

     1,052       1,374  

Light

     (21,137     (19,424

Axxiom Soluções Tecnológicas

     (2,344     (2,309

LEPSA

     —         (6,085

RME

     (5,844     (6,060

Hidrelétrica Cachoeirão

     4,026       3,150  

Guanhães Energia

     (154     (571

Hidrelétrica Pipoca

     498       732  

Madeira Energia (Santo Antônio plant)

     (50,959     (25,558

FIP Melbourne (Santo Antônio plant)

     (42,919     (22,451

Lightger

     283       1,175  

Baguari Energia

     5,935       5,954  

Central Eólica Praias de Parajuru

     (4,336     (616

Central Eólica Volta do Rio

     (7,321     (1,847

Central Eólica Praias de Morgado

     (3,005     (1,522

Amazônia Energia (Belo Monte Plant)

     17,422       (2,638

Ativas Data Center

     (128     (766

Taesa

     54,476       20,530  

Renova

     (47,776     64,799  

Itaocara

     (3,286     —    

Aliança Geração

     8,236       15,891  

Aliança Norte (Belo Monte plant)

     9,928       120  

Retiro Baixo

     4,246       3,073  
  

 

 

   

 

 

 

Total

     (83,107     30,477  
  

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

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Net financial revenue (expenses)

 

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Cemig reported net financial expenses in 2Q18 of R$ 696,832, which compares with net financial expenses of R$ 341,554 in 2Q17. The main factors are:

 

Costs of loans and financings 17.11% lower, at R$ 316,703 in 2Q18, compared to R$ 382,076 in 2Q17. This lower figure is due to lower debt indexed to the CDI rate and a lower value for the CDI rate itself, representing a total of 1.56% over the period of 2Q18, compared to 2.55% over 2Q17.

 

Revenue from late charges on client electricity bills 41.85% higher, at R$ 92,288 in 2Q18, compared to R$ 65,069 in 2Q17. A major component of this increase comes from the effects of renegotiation of amounts owed on electricity bills by entities of the Minas Gerais State administration – on recognition of the interest due.

 

Income from cash investments 70.13% lower in 2Q18, at R$ 18,123, compared to R$ 60,663 in 2Q17. This mainly reflects (a) the lower CDI rate in the quarter (1.56% over the period of 2Q18, vs. 2.55% over 2Q17), and (b) a lower total of cash invested in 2Q18.

 

An expense of R$ 532,000 for foreign exchange variation on US dollar-denominated funding (the Eurobond issue); this being partially offset by a gain of R$ 82,912 on financial instruments – the adjustment to fair value of the swap transaction contracted to cover the Eurobond issue. The net expense in 2Q18 is thus R$ 449,088.

The swap transaction substituted the issue’s interest rate of 9.25% p.a. in US dollars by 150.49% of the Brazilian domestic CDI rate. For the principal a hedge was contracted for US dollar exchange rates between a floor of R$ 3.25 and a ceiling of R$ 5.00 – in this case the floor value will be paid by the Company at maturity.

The net negative effect of the transaction in the quarter, consequence of the foreign exchange variation expense not being offset by the hedge instruments contracted, arises basically from the higher curve of future expectations for the CDI rate than for the R$/US$ exchange rate – which occurred basically in the months of May and June 2018, due to the instability of the macroeconomic scenario.

 

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Expectations for future variations in the CDI rate and the US dollar exchange rate are the main variables used in the calculation of fair value of the hedge transactions referred to.

Note that the next expense referred to is not a cash effect, except for the first six-monthly interest payment of the transaction, in which the effect of exchange rate variation, for that installment only, was offset by a revenue amount received in the hedge linked to the transaction.

 

Monetary updating of CVA balances: this provided a financial revenue item of R$ 10,839 in 2Q18, in contrast to a financial expense of R$ 21,911 in 2Q17. The positive and negative balances of CVA are updated by the Selic rate.

Ebitda

Cemig’s consolidated Ebitda in 2Q18 was 9.53% higher than in 2Q17.

 

Ebitda – R$ million

   2Q18     2Q17      Change,%  

Net profit (loss) for the period

     (60,370     138,114        —    

+ Income tax and Social Contribution tax

     (24,628     50,539        —    

+ Net financial revenue (expenses)

     696,832       341,554        104.02  

+ Depreciation and amortization

     198,309       209,435        (5.31
  

 

 

   

 

 

    

 

 

 

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     810,143       739,642        9.53  
  

 

 

   

 

 

    

 

 

 

 

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The Company’s consolidated total debt at June 30, 2018 was R$ 14,604,054, 1.43% less than at December 31, 2017.

 

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Cemig’s debt increased by R$ 206 million over the first half of 2018, in spite of the Company having amortized a volume larger than the new funds raised in the period. This is mainly due to the appreciation of approximately 16% in the US dollar against the Real, in the second quarter of the year, which directly affected the balance of the debt under the Eurobonds when expressed in the local currency. It is important to note that in spite of this effect, which increased gross debt in Reais, and the debt indicators, the Company is protected from the effects of exchange rate variation on this debt – for the interest payments and charges, by a swap; and for the principal (US$ 1 billion), through a call spread for the interval between R$ 3.25 and R$ 5.00. In this case the Company will pay, at maturity, the amount of the floor of this range; and if the ceiling is exceeded, the Company will pay the floor level of R$ 3.25 plus the difference between the US$/R$ exchange rate and the ceiling level of R$ 5.00. Thus, Cemig has recorded an asset of R$ 131 million in the financial statements, at ‘fair value’, referring to the hedge, while the ‘value on the curve’ of this asset represents R$ 584 million.

 

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R$’000

   June 30,
2018
     Dec. 31,
2017
     %  

Cemig

        

Total debt

     14,604,054        14,397,697        1.43  

Net debt

     13,311,235        12,279,303        8.40  

Cemig GT

        

Total debt

     8,640,574        8,320,163        3.85  

Net debt

     7,982,183        7,381,202        8.16  

Cemig D

        

Total debt

     5,628,552        5,682,691        (0.95

Net debt

     5,325,107        4,851,213        9.77  

Additional Eurobond issue

On July 18, 2018 Cemig GT completed financial settlement of an additional tranche to its initial Eurobond issue completed on December 5, 2017. The new tranche, of R$ 500 million, brings the total of the issue to R$ 1.9 billion. The issue has six-monthly coupon of 9.14% p.a., with maturity of the principal in 2024.

Concomitantly with the settlement a hedge transaction was contracted, for the whole period of the issue, comprising:

 

 

a call spread on the principal, in which Cemig GT is protected over the interval between R$ 3.85/US$ and R$ 5.00/US$; and

 

 

a swap for 100% of the interest, exchanging the 9.25% annual coupon for a rate equivalent to 125.52% of the CDI rate.

The net proceeds will be allocated to payment of debts with shorter maturities and higher average cost, resulting in lengthening of the debt profile and reduction of the Company’s financial expenses.

 

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Payment of debentures

On July 16, 2018 Cemig GT amortized the first and second series of its 6th debenture issue, in the amount of R$ 533 million.

On July 27, 2018, with the additional tranche of the Eurobond issue, Cemig GT made early settlement of R$ 385 million, or 25%, of the balance of the nominal unit value of its 7th issue of non-convertible debentures, of which the cost was 140% of the CDI rate with original maturity on December 23, 2021.

Covenants – Eurobonds

For so long as any of the Notes are Outstanding, Cemig and Cemig GT will include calculations of each sub-item of Covenant EBITDA, Covenant Net Debt and Total Secured Debt, in addition to calculations for the following financial covenant ratios: Covenant Net Debt / Covenant EBITDA and Total Secured Debt /EBITDA.

 

12 months

   June 30, 2018  

R$ (in million)

   GT     H  

Net income for the period/year (i)

     (36     925  

Net financial expenses

     1,170       1,118  

Income tax and Social Contribution tax

     266       577  

Depreciation and amortization

     145       850  
  

 

 

   

 

 

 

EBITDA

     1,545       3,470  

minus minority interest result

     673       338  

minus provision for the variation in value of the put option obligations

     98       385  

minus non-operating result (which includes any gains on asset sales and any asset write-off or impairments)

     41       (2

plus non-cash expenses and non-cash charges, to the extent they are non-recurring

     —         —    

minus non-cash credits and gains increasing net income, to the extent they are non-recurring

     (243     (720

plus any cash payments made on a consolidated basis during such period relating to non-cash charges that were added back in determining covenant EBITDA in any prior period

     —         —    

plus expenses related to adherence to the Minas Gerais State Tax Credits Regularization Plan (Plano de Regularização de Créditos Tributários – PRCT), incurred in the third quarter of 2017

     30       562  

minus non-cash revenues related to transmission and generation indemnification

     (407     (407

plus cash dividends received from minority investments (as measured in the statement of cash flows)

     207       394  

minus monetary updating of concession grant fees

     (324     (324

plus cash inflows related to power generation concession grant fee

     245       245  

plus cash inflows related to transmission revenue for cost of capital coverage

     526       526  

plus cash inflows from generation indemnification, provided that such amount shall not exceed 30% of the sum of clauses (i) through this definition of Covenant EBITDA

     —         —    
  

 

 

   

 

 

 

Covenant EBITDA

     2,391       4,467  
  

 

 

   

 

 

 

Consolidated Indebtedness

     8,641       14,604  

plus debt contracts with Forluz

     241       1,067  

plus carrying liability of any put option obligation

     414       1,042  

minus escrow account amounts deposited to satisfy any put option obligation

     —         (89

minus consolidated cash and cash equivalents; plus consolidated marketable securities recorded as current assets

     (647     (1,229
  

 

 

   

 

 

 

Covenant Net Debt

     8,649       15,395  
  

 

 

   

 

 

 

Covenant net debt/covenant EBITDA

     3.62       3.45  

Limit Covenant Net Debt to Covenant EBITDA Ratio

     5.50       5.00  

Total Secured Debt

       6.211  

Covenant EBITDA

       4.467  

Total Secured Debt to Covenant EBITDA Ratio

       1.39  

Limit Covenant Net Debt to Covenant EBITDA Ratio

       1.75  

 

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RESULTS SEPARATED BY BUSINESS SEGMENT

 

INFORMATION BY MARKET SEGMENT ON JUNE 30, 2018

 
    ELECTRICITY                                

ITEM

  GENERATION     TRANSMISSION     DISTRIBUTION     GAS     TELECOM     OTHER     ELIMINATIONS     TOTAL  

ASSETS OF THE SEGMENT

    14,368,687       3,811,813       19,732,927       1,812,803       311,017       1,689,160       (46,049     41,680,358  

Investments in subsidiaries and jointly-controlled entities

    4,709,952       1,130,140       1,838,752       —         —         24,708       —         7,703,552  

ADDITIONS TO THE SEGMENT

    170,045       —         361,492       20,969       7,631       1,016       —         561,153  

Additions to the financial asset

    —         4,732       —         —         —         —         —         4,732  

CONTINUING OPERATIONS

               

NET REVENUE

    3,038,039       326,689       6,454,706       730,704       —         65,045       (146,553     10,468,630  

COST OF ELECTRICITY AND GAS

               

Electricity purchased for resale

    (1,705,024     —         (3,412,396     —         —         (3     34,825       (5,082,598

Charges for use of the national grid

    (126,922     —         (780,585     —         —         —         98,927       (808,580

Gas bought for resale

    —         —         —         (556,459     —         —         —         (556,459
 

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

Operational costs, total

    (1,831,946 )      —         (4,192,981 )      (556,459 )      —         (3 )      133,752       (6,447,637 ) 

OPERATIONG COSTS AND EXPENSES

               

Personnel

    (114,985     (52,575     (460,306     (24,147     (9,893     (18,334     —         (680,240

Profit sharing

    (2,901     (1,577     (12,674     —         351       (5,926     —         (22,727

Post-retirement obligations

    (23,053     (13,317     (112,669     —         —         (20,358     —         (169,397

Materials

    (3,436     (1,727     (26,875     (854     (709     (115     10       (33,706

Outsourced services

    (49,049     (18,880     (410,579     (8,275     (2,878     (9,123     8,438       (490,346

Depreciation and amortization

    (81,980     —         (292,240     (36,142     (704     (234     —         (411,300

Operational provisions

    (36,369     (3,962     (148,588     —         (213     (78,187     —         (267,319

Construction costs

    —         (4,732     (361,492     (17,419     —         —         —         (383,643

Other operating expenses, net

    (23,434     (7,800     (110,686     (5,674     (1,991     (6,375     4,353       (151,607
 

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

Total cost of operation

    (335,207 )      (104,570 )      (1,936,109 )      (92,511 )      (16,037 )      (138,652 )      12,801       (2,610,285 ) 
 

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

OPERATING COSTS AND EXPENSES

    (2,167,153 )      (104,570 )      (6,129,090 )      (648,970 )      (16,037 )      (138,655 )      146,553       (9,057,922 ) 

Equity method loss (gain) in non-consolidated investes

    (140,412     102,474       16,743       —         (763     (4,275     —         (26,233

OPERATIONAL PROFIT BEFORE FINANCIAL

               
 

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

REVENUE (EXPENSES)

    730,474       324,593       342,359       81,734       (16,800 )      (77,885 )      —         1,384,475  

Financial revenues

    244,465       14,640       182,241       27,825       780       21,218       —         491,169  

Financial expenses

    (1,006,540     (2,343     (312,299     (19,984     (2,861     (1,774     —         (1,345,801
 

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

PRE-TAX PROFIT

    (31,601 )      336,890       212,301       89,575       (18,881 )      (58,441 )      —         529,843  

Income and Social Contribution taxes

    (22,990     (61,996     (67,386     (27,954     5,769       27,567       —         (146,990
 

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

GAIN (LOSS) ON CONTINUING OPERATIONS

    (54,591 )      274,894       144,915       61,621       (13,112 )      (30,874 )      —         382,853  
 

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

Profit in the period from discontinued operations

    —         —         —         —         21,372       —         —         21,372  
 

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

NET PROFIT (LOSS)

    (54,591 )      274,894       144,915       61,621       8,260       (30,874 )      —         404,225  
 

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

Interest of the controlling shareholders

    (54,591 )      274,894       144,915       61,323       8,260       (30,874 )      —         403,927  

Interest of non-controlling shareholders

    —         —         —         298       —         —         —         298  
 

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 
    (54,591 )      274,894       144,915       61,621       8,260       (30,874 )      —         404,225  
 

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

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Investments

 

Description

   2018      June/18  

GENERATION

     55        8  

Investment program

     55        8  

Capital commitments

     257        150  

Alianga Norte

     72        42  

SPE - Guanhaes

     60        35  

SPE - Amazonia Energia Participagdes S.A. (Belo Monte)

     120        70  

Usina Hidreletrica Itaocara S.A.

     5        3  

TRANSMISSION

     154        3  

Investment program

     154        3  

CEMIG D

     1,131        394  

Investment program

     1,131        394  
  

 

 

    

 

 

 

Total

     1,597        555  
  

 

 

    

 

 

 

Losses

 

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PLANTS

 

Plant

   Company    Type    Cemig’s
Interest
     Installed
Capacit
(MW)
     Assured
Energy
(average
MW)
     Installed
Capacit Cemig
(MW)*
     Assured
Energy
Cemig (average
MW)*
     Year
Concession or
Authorization
Expires
 

Emborcação

   CEMIG GT    Hydroelectric      100.00%        1,192.00        499.70        1,192.00        499.70        7/23/2025  

Nova Ponte

   CEMIG GT    Hydroelectric      100.00%        510.00        270.10        510.00        270.10        7/23/2025  

Irapé

   CEMIG GT    Hydroelectric      100.00%        399.00        207.90        399.00        207.90        2/28/2035  

Igarapé

   CEMIG GT    Thermal      100.00%        131.00        71.30        131.00        71.30        8/13/2024  

Queimado

   CEMIG GT    Hydroelectric      82.50%        105.00        67.90        86.63        56.02        1/2/2033  

Volta do Rio

   CEMIG GT    Wind Farm      49.00%        42.00        18.41        20.58        9.02        12/26/2031  

Praias de Parajuru

   CEMIG GT    Wind Farm      49.00%        28.80        8.39        14.11        4.11        9/24/2032  

Praia do Morgado

   CEMIG GT    Wind Farm      49.00%        28.80        13.20        14.11        6.47        12/26/2031  

Paracambi (Cemig)

   CEMIG GT    SHP      49.00%        25.00        19.53        12.25        9.57        2/19/2031  

Rio de Pedras

   CEMIG GT    SHP      100.00%        9.28        2.15        9.28        2.15        9/19/2024  

Poço Fundo

   CEMIG GT    SHP      100.00%        9.16        5.79        9.16        5.79        8/19/2025  

São Bernardo

   CEMIG GT    SHP      100.00%        6.82        3.42        6.82        3.42        8/19/2025  

Paraúna

   CEMIG GT    SHP      100.00%        4.28        1.90        4.28        1.90        —    

Salto Morais

   CEMIG GT    SHP      100.00%        2.39        0.60        2.39        0.60        7/1/2020  

Sumidouro

   CEMIG GT    SHP      100.00%        2.12        0.53        2.12        0.53        7/8/2015  

Anil

   CEMIG GT    SHP      100.00%        2.08        1.10        2.08        1.10        7/8/2015  

Xicão

   CEMIG GT    SHP      100.00%        1.81        0.61        1.81        0.61        8/19/2025  

Luiz Dias

   CEMIG GT    SHP      100.00%        1.62        0.61        1.62        0.61        8/19/2025  

Central Mineirão

   CEMIG GT    Solar      100.00%        1.42        —          1.42        —          —    

Santa Marta

   CEMIG GT    SHP      100.00%        1.00        0.58        1.00        0.58        7/8/2015  

Pissarrão

   CEMIG GT    SHP      100.00%        0.80        0.55        0.80        0.55        11/19/2004  

Jacutinga

   CEMIG GT    SHP      100.00%        0.72        0.57        0.72        0.57        Não Tem  

Santa Luzia

   CEMIG GT    SHP      100.00%        0.70        0.23        0.70        0.23        2/25/2026  

Lages *

   CEMIG GT    SHP      100.00%        0.68        0.54        0.68        0.54        6/24/2010  

Três Marias

   CEMIG G. TRÊS MARIAS    Hydroelectric      100.00%        396.00        239.00        396.00        239.00        1/4/2046  

Salto Grande

   CEMIG G. SALTO GRANDE    Hydroelectric      100.00%        102.00        75.00        102.00        75.00        1/4/2046  

Itutinga

   CEMIG G. ITUTINGA    Hydroelectric      100.00%        52.00        28.00        52.00        28.00        1/4/2046  

Camargos

   CEMIG G. CAMARGOS    Hydroelectric      100.00%        46.00        21.00        46.00        21.00        1/4/2046  

Peti

   CEMIG G. LESTE    SHP      100.00%        9.40        6.18        9.40        6.18        1/4/2046  

Tronqueiras

   CEMIG G. LESTE    SHP      100.00%        8.50        3.39        8.50        3.39        1/4/2046  

Ervália

   CEMIG G. LESTE    SHP      100.00%        6.97        4.66        6.97        4.66        1/4/2046  

Neblina

   CEMIG G. LESTE    SHP      100.00%        6.47        0.35        6.47        0.35        1/4/2046  

Dona Rita

   CEMIG G. LESTE    SHP      100.00%        2.40        1.03        2.40        1.03        1/4/2046  

Sinceridade

   CEMIG G. LESTE    SHP      100.00%        1.42        3.59        1.42        3.59        1/4/2046  

Gafanhoto

   CEMIG G. OESTE    SHP      100.00%        14.00        6.68        14.00        6.68        1/4/2046  

Martins

   CEMIG G. OESTE    SHP      100.00%        7.70        1.84        7.70        1.84        1/4/2046  

Cajuru

   CEMIG G. OESTE    SHP      100.00%        7.20        2.69        7.20        2.69        1/4/2046  

Piau

   CEMIG G. SUL    SHP      100.00%        18.01        13.53        18.01        13.53        1/4/2046  

Joasal

   CEMIG G. SUL    SHP      100.00%        8.40        5.20        8.40        5.20        1/4/2046  

Cel. Domiciano

   CEMIG G. SUL    SHP      100.00%        5.04        3.03        5.04        3.03        1/4/2046  

Paciência

   CEMIG G. SUL    SHP      100.00%        4.08        2.36        4.08        2.36        1/4/2046  

Marmelos

   CEMIG G. SUL    SHP      100.00%        4.00        2.74        4.00        2.74        1/4/2046  

Sá Carvalho

   Sá Carvalho    Hydroelectric      100.00%        78.00        56.10        78.00        56.10        12/1/2024  

Rosal

   Rosal Energia    Hydroelectric      100.00%        55.00        29.10        55.00        29.10        5/8/2032  

Pai Joaquim

   CEMIG PCH    SHP      100.00%        23.00        13.91        23.00        13.91        4/1/2032  

Salto Voltão

   Horizontes Energia    SHP      100.00%        8.20        7.36        8.20        7.36        10/4/2030  

Salto do Passo Velho

   Horizontes Energia    SHP      100.00%        1.80        1.64        1.80        1.64        10/4/2030  

Machado Mineiro

   Horizontes Energia    SHP      100.00%        1.72        1.14        1.72        1.14        7/8/2025  

Aimorés

   ALIANÇA    Hydroelectric      45.00%        330.00        181.90        148.50        81.86        12/20/2035  

Amador Aguiar I (Capim Branco I)

   ALIANÇA    Hydroelectric      39.32%        240.00        154.40        94.36        60.70        8/29/2036  

Igarapava

   ALIANÇA    Hydroelectric      23.69%        210.00        134.20        49.75        31.80        12/30/2028  

Amador Aguiar II (Capim Branco II)

   ALIANÇA    Hydroelectric      39.32%        210.00        131.70        82.56        51.78        8/29/2036  

Funil

   ALIANÇA    Hydroelectric      45.00%        180.00        84.60        81.00        38.07        12/20/2035  

Porto Estrela

   ALIANÇA    Hydroelectric      30.00%        112.00        61.80        33.60        18.54        7/10/2032  

Candonga

   ALIANÇA    Hydroelectric      22.50%        —          —          —          —          5/25/2035  

Baguari

   BAGUARI ENERGIA    Hydroelectric      34.00%        140.00        84.70        47.60        28.80        8/15/2041  

Cachoeirão

   Hidrelétrica Cachoeirão    SHP      49.00%        27.00        16.37        13.23        8.02        7/25/2030  

Pipoca

   Hidrelétrica Pipoca    SHP      49.00%        20.00        11.90        9.80        5.83        9/10/2031  

SHPs

   Light Energia    SHP      48.86%        855.14        620.70        417.82        303.27        —    

Paracambi (Light)

   Lightger    SHP      24.92%        25.00        19.53        6.23        4.87        2/16/2031  

SHPs

   Renova Energia    SHP      44.62%        41.80        24.40        18.65        10.89        —    

SHPs

   Brasil PCH    SHP      22.76%        291.00        192.68        66.22        43.85        —    

Belo Monte

   Norte    Hydroelectric      12.91%        5,121.99        4,571.00        661.04        589.93        26/08/2045  

Retiro Baixo

   Retiro Baixo    Hydroelectric      49.90%        82.00        36.60        40.92        18.26        8/25/2041  

Santo Antônio

   SAE    Hydroelectric      18.13%        3,568.30        2,424.00        646.90        439.45        6/12/2046  
           

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

    

Total

              14,828.02        10,475.61        5,710.06        3,418.79     
           

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

    

São Simão

   CEMIG GT    Hydroelectric      100.00%        1,710.00        1,281.00        1,710.00        1,281.00        Temporarily  

 

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RAP (Permitted Annual Revenue - Transmission ) - 2017/2018 cycle

 

Annual Permitted Revenue (RAP)

   RAP      % Cemig      Cemig
Consolidado
 

Cemig GT

     709,016,589        100.00%        709,016,589  
  

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

 

Cemig GT

     687,018,817        100.00%        687,018,817  

Cemig Itajuba

     21,997,772        100.00%        21,997,772  
  

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

 

Centroeste

     17,399,265        51.00%        8,873,625  
  

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

 

Taesa

     2,328,434,417        21.68%        504,804,582  
  

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

 

Transleste

     12,241,196        30.00%        2,653,891  

Transudeste

     7,334,302        29.00%        1,590,077  

Transirapé

     9,771,428        29.50%        2,118,446  

ETEO

     88,077,706        100.00%        19,095,247  

ETAU

     24,216,647        52.58%        5,250,169  

NOVATRANS

     517,164,423        100.00%        112,121,247  

TSN

     427,855,624        100.00%        92,759,099  

GTESA

     9,361,375        100.00%        2,029,546  

PATESA

     25,008,641        100.00%        5,421,873  

Munirah

     36,484,440        100.00%        7,909,826  

Brasnorte

     10,062,251        38.66%        2,181,496  

São Gotardo

     5,203,930        100.00%        1,128,212  

NTE

     153,424,301        100.00%        33,262,388  

STE

     81,598,032        100.00%        17,690,453  

ATE I

     149,036,948        100.00%        32,311,210  

ATE II

     230,277,807        100.00%        49,924,229  

ATE III

     116,301,579        100.00%        25,214,182  

EATE

     177,139,821        49.98%        38,403,913  

STC

     17,592,992        39.99%        3,814,161  

Lumitrans

     10,651,737        39.99%        2,309,297  

ENTE

     112,564,897        49.99%        24,404,070  

ERTE

     25,266,463        49.99%        5,477,769  

ETEP

     28,183,293        49.98%        6,110,138  

ECTE

     9,074,626        19.09%        1,967,379  

EBTE

     34,269,232        74.49%        7,429,570  

ESDE

     6,548,398        49.98%        1,419,693  

ETSE

     3,722,327        19.09%        807,000  
  

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

 

Light

     8,941,679        48.86%        1,938,556  
        

 

 

 

RAP TOTAL CEMIG

           1,224,633,352  
        

 

 

 

 

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Table Cemig D

 

CEMIG D Market

 
     (GWh)      GW  

Quarter

   Captive Consumers      TUSD ENERGY1      T.E.D2      TUSD PICK3  

1Q16

     6,408        4,053        10,460        29  

2Q16

     6,711        4,497        11,208        29  

3Q16

     6,365        4,424        10,788        29  

4Q16

     6,402        4,409        10,811        30  

1Q17

     6,249        4,274        10,523        30  

2Q17

     6,314        4,287        10,601        31  

3Q17

     6,232        4,586        10,817        31  

4Q18

     6,221        4,591        10,813        31  

1Q18

     6,201        4,637        10,838        31  

2Q18

     6,331        4,873        11,204        30  

 

1.

Refers to the quantity of electricity for calculation of the regulatory charges charged to free consumer clients (“Portion A”)

2.

Total electricity distributed

3.

Sum of the demand on w hich the TUSD is invoiced, according to demand contracted (“Portion B”).

 

Operating Revenues

   2Q18     2Q17     Change%     1H2018     1H2017     Change%  

Sales to end consumers

     4,085       4,006       2.0       7,921       8,184       (3.2

TUSD

     445       447       —         825       915       (9.8

CVA and Other financial components in tariff adjustment

     628       (29     —         1,069       (332     —    

Construction revenue

     191       240       (20.2     361       421       (14.2

Others

     304       298       2.2       664       575       15.5  
  

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

Subtotal

     5,654       4,961       14.0       10,840       9,763       11.0  
  

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

Deductions

     (2,183     (2,109     3.5       (4,385     (4,143     5.9  
  

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

Net Revenues

     3,471       2,852       21.7       6,455       5,620       14.9  
  

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

Operating Expenses

   2Q18     2Q17      Change%     1H2018      1H2017      Change%  

Personnel/Administrators/Councillors

     234       390        (39.8     460        644        (28.5

Employee Participation

     (1     4        —         13        18        (28.2

Forluz – Post-Retirement Employee Benefits

     57       67        (14.2     113        132        (14.5

Materials

     14       12        20.0       27        20        34.0  

Contracted Services

     212       188        12.6       411        361        13.8  

Purchased Energy

     1,927       1,676        15.0       3,412        3,054        11.7  

Depreciation and Amortization

     147       133        10.6       292        263        11.1  

Operating Provisions

     64       156        (59.2     149        293        (49.3

Charges for Use of Basic Transmission Network

     410       152        169.9       781        314        148.4  

Cost from Operation

     191       240        (20.2     361        421        (14.2

Other Expenses

     63       70        (9.9     111        139        (20.4
  

 

 

   

 

 

    

 

 

   

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

 

Total

     3,320       3,088        7.5       6,129        5,659        8.3  
  

 

 

   

 

 

    

 

 

   

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

 

 

Statement of Results

   2Q18     2Q17     Change%     1H2018     1H2017     Change%  

Net Revenue

     3,471       2,852       21.7       6,455       5,620       14.9  

Operating Expenses

     3,320       3,088       7.5       6,129       5,659       8.3  
  

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

EBIT

     151       (237 )      —         326       (40 )      —    
  

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

EBITDA

     299       (103 )      —         618       223       176.6  
  

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

Financial Result

     (59     (115     (48.1     (130     (228     (43.0

Provision for Income Taxes, Social Cont &

     (29     111       —         (67     77       —    
  

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

Net Income

     62       (240 )      —         128       (191 )      —    
  

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

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Table Cemig GT

 

Operating Revenues

   2Q18     2Q17     Change%     1H2018     1H2017     Change%  

Sales to end consumers

     1,012       1,003       0.9       1,898       1,933       (1.8

Supply

     703       760       (7.6     1,347       1,401       (3.8

Revenues from Trans. Network

     151       114       32.2       295       241       22.1  

Gain on monetary updating of Concession Grant Fee

     75       71       5.9       157       150       4.3  

Transactions in the CCEE

     32       192       (83.1     154       412       (62.6

Construction revenue

     4       4       (10.6     5       7       (32.6

Transmission indemnity revenue

     97       204       (52.6     147       270       (45.7

Generation indemnity revenue

     17       —         —         34       —         —    

Others

     14       7       100.8       28       17       59.3  
  

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

Subtotal

     2,105       2,356       (10.6 )      4,064       4,432       (8.3 ) 
  

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

Deductions

     (392     (361     8.5       (789     (763     3.4  
  

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

Net Revenues

     1,713       1,995       (14.1 )      3,276       3,669       (10.7 ) 
  

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

Operating Expenses

   2Q18      2Q17      Change%     1H2018      1H2017      Change%  

Personnel/Administrators/Councillors

     85        120        (29.0     165        212        (22.0

Employees’ and managers’ profit shares

     —          1        —         5        6        0.8  

Forluz – Post-Retirement Employee Benefits

     19        21        (10.5     36        41        (10.8

Materials

     3        3        (11.8     5        6        (15.4

Raw Materials and Supplies Energy Production

     —          —          —         —          —          —    

Contracted Services

     35        37        (6.1     62        64        (3.2

Depreciation and Amortization

     37        45        (19.1     73        86        (15.3

Operating Reserves

     31        6        423.5       40        61        (35.6

Charges for Use of Basic Transmission Network

     56        84        (33.6     126        166        (24.4

Purchased Energy

     897        981        (8.5     1,693        1,715        (1.3

Construction Cost

     4        4        (10.6     5        7        (32.6

Other Expenses

     18        8        119.0       31        28        10.7  
  

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

   

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

 

Total

     1,183        1,310        (9.7 )      2,239        2,391        (6.4 ) 
  

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

   

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

 

 

Statement of Results

   2Q18     2Q17     Change%     1H2018     1H2017     Change%  

Net Revenue

     1,713       1,995       (14.1     3,276       3,669       (10.7

Operating Expenses

     (1,183     (1,310     (9.7     (2,239     (2,391     (6.4
  

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

EBIT

     530       685       (22.6 )      1,037       1,278       (18.9 ) 
  

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

Equity equivalence results

     (109     40       —         (140     14       —    
  

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

EBITDA

     457       769       (40.6 )      970       1,379       (29.7 ) 
  

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

Financial Result

     (650     (238     173.1       (755     (533     41.6  

Provision for Income Taxes, Social Cont & Deferred Income Tax

     49       (141     —         (75     (229     (67.4
  

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

Net Income

     (180 )      346       —         67       531       (87.4
  

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

Table Cemig

 

Energy Sales (Consolidated)(GWh)

   2Q18      2Q17      Change%      1H2018      1H2017      Change%  

Residential

     2,558        2,496        2.5        5,151        5,033        2.3  

Industrial

     4,525        4,451        1.7        8,553        8,704        (1.7

Commercial

     2,155        1,893        13.9        4,198        3,805        10.3  

Rural

     955        954        0.1        1,720        1,752        (1.8

Others

     897        892        0.6        1,776        1,752        1.4  
  

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

 

Subtotal

     11,090        10,685        3.8        21,399        21,046        1.7  
  

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

 

Own Consumption

     11        9        29.2        23        18        30.1  

Supply

     2,975        2,846        4.5        5,607        5,740        (2.3
  

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

 

TOTAL

     14,076        13,540        4.0        27,030        26,805        0.8  
  

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

    

 

 

 

 

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Energy Sales

   2Q18      2Q17     Change%     1H2018     1H2017     Change%  

Residential

     1,948        1,928       1.1       3,866       3,919       (1.4

Industrial

     1,149        1,242       (7.5     2,255       2,424       (7.0

Commercial

     1,075        1,096       (1.9     2,144       2,236       (4.1

Rural

     405        411       (1.4     748       779       (4.0

Others

     401        415       (3.4     781       821       (4.8
  

 

 

    

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

Electricity sold to final consumers

     4,979        5,092       (2.2 )      9,794       10,179       (3.8 ) 
  

 

 

    

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

Unbilled Supply, Net

     93        (336     —         (26     (109     (75.9

Supply

     767        1,044       (26.6     1,468       1,502       (2.3
  

 

 

    

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

TOTAL

     5,838        5,801       0.6       11,236       11,572       (2.9 ) 
  

 

 

    

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

Operating Revenues

   2Q18     2Q17     Change%     1H2018     1H2017     Change%  

Sales to end consumers

     5,109       5,022       1.7       9,842       10,145       (3.0

TUSD

     441       437       0.7       814       900       (9.6

Supply

     729       779       (6.4     1,394       1,428       (2.4

Transactions in the CCEE

     26       199       (87.1     160       425       (62.4

CVA and Other financial components in tariff adjustment

     628       (29     —         1,069       (332     —    

Gain on monetary updating of Concession Grant Fee

     75       71       5.9       157       150       4.3  

Revenues from Trans. Network

     106       85       24.3       207       177       16.4  

Construction revenue

     206       240       (14.4     384       441       (13.0

Gas supply

     471       411       14.7       899       821       9.5  

Transmission Indemnity Revenue

     97       204       (52.6     147       270       (45.7

Generation Indemnity Revenue

     17       —         —         34       —         —    

Others

     304       370       (17.7     751       719       4.4  
  

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

Subtotal

     8,208       7,788       5.4       15,857       15,145       4.7  
  

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

Deductions

     (2,675     (2,583     3.5       (5,389     (5,127     5.1  
  

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

Net Revenues

     5,533       5,205       6.3       10,469       10,018       4.5  
  

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

Operating Expenses

   2Q18      2Q17      Change%     1H2018      1H2017      Change%  

Personnel/Administrators/Councillors

     349        536        (35.0     680        917