This excerpt taken from the ENI 6-K filed Jul 30, 2009.
Operating Income amounted Ch$18,544 million, indicating an increase of Ch$5,213 million over the year 2008 when the operating income totaled Ch$13.331 million. This increase is mainly due to lower energy purchasing costs for the period, resulting from the drop in market purchase prices with respect to the same period of the preceding year, and partially offset by the increase in purchase quantities that ranged from 1,272 GWh the previous year to a current 1,558 GWh. Physical sales totaled 1,651 GWh as of June, 2009 (1,338 GWh for 2008). The conversion effect on these financial statements from the Brazilian Real to the Chilean Peso, in both periods, produced a drop, in pesos, of 13.8% as of June 2009, versus June 2008.