Level 3 and CenturyLink Reach Agreement with Consumer Advocacy Groups in California

A settlement agreement has been reached in California between merger partners CenturyLink and Level 3 Communications and consumer advocacy groups that had been initiallyfeatured

Level 3 and CenturyLink Making Progress in California

A settlement conference involving all parties in California to the pending $34 billion merger of CenturyLink, Inc. and Level 3 Communications that is now before the state’s Publicfeatured

Parties Agree to Longer Review Timeline for WGL/AltaGas Deal

AltaGas and the major interest groups involved in the regulatory review of its $6.4 billion acquisition of WGL have agreed to a schedule that would have the final regulatory agency, expectedfeatured

Vermont, Maine Near Resolving Concerns with FairPoint/Consolidated Merger

Consolidated Communications Holdings’ $1.5 billion acquisition of FairPoint Communications is expected to be green lit by utility regulators in Kansas and New York in the next fewfeatured

Intervenor Sees Texas PUC Rejecting NextEra’s Request for Oncor Rehearing

NextEra Energy’s request for a rehearing over the Texas Public Utility Commission’s rejection of the Florida-based utility giant’s proposed $18.4 billion acquisition of Oncor Electric Deliveryfeatured

Great Plains Exploring Paths with Westar to Salvage Merger

After suffering a debilitating defeat at the hands of Kansas utility regulators, Great Plains Energy said Monday that it is working with merger partner Westar Energy to salvage theirfeatured

Regulatory Hurdles Persist for Westar/Great Plains Merger

The proposed $12.2 billion merger of Missouri-based Great Plains Energy and Kansas-based Westar Energy is steadily trudging toward a self-imposed spring deadline for closing, butfeatured

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Maine to Kickoff FairPoint/Consolidated Reviews

The state of Maine should provide the first inkling of how intense the concerns of intervenors will be in Illinois-based Consolidated Communications Holdings Inc.’s $1.5 billionfeatured

Understaffed FERC Should Not Delay WGL/AltaGas Approval Process

With additional reporting by Diane Alter – Representatives of Canada’s AltaGas have begun meeting with various interest groups in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington D.C. who will influence the regulatory approval process in thefeatured

DC Green Groups Vow Close Scrutiny of WGL/AltaGas Deal

Green energy groups that helped drag out the regulatory process for the Pepco/Exelon merger to more than two years are pledging close scrutiny over the latest merger proposal for a Washington, D.C., publicfeatured

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