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Avista/Hydro One Settlement Talks in Idaho Don’t Appear to Advance

A new round of settlement talks in Boise, Idaho, involving representatives of Hydro One Ltd. and Avista Corporation, along with the staff of the Idaho Public Utilities Commission and various intervenors, ended on October 16featured

Vectren/CenterPoint Evidentiary Hearing in Indiana Set for Wednesday

The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission is set to convene an evidentiary hearing on Wednesday, October 17 into CenterPoint Energy’s proposed acquisition of Vectren Corporation,featured

Review of Mitel/Searchlight Regulatory Approvals

The pending $2 billion acquisition of telecom equipment vendor Mitel Corporation by the private equity investment group Searchlight Capital Markets appears to be on a regulatory glide path towardsfeatured

California PUC Releases Scoping Memo on Sprint/T-Mobile Merger

The California Public Utilities Commission has projected a final vote next June on T-Mobile’s proposed $26.5 billion acquisition of Sprint Corporation, according to a scoping memo issued by the commissioner assigned to oversee the review.featured

Ohio Intervenor in Vectren/CenterPoint Merger Focused on Customer Costs

The head lawyer overseeing the City of Dayton’s intervention in Ohio’s regulatory proceedings into CenterPoint Energy’s proposed $6 billion acquisition of Vectren Corporationfeatured

Awaiting California PUC Scoping Memo on Sprint/T-Mobile Merger

A gap of several months appears to separate merging parties T-Mobile and Sprint and various consumer advocates critical of the merger over when they would like to see the California Public Utilities Commissionfeatured

Oregon Staff Recommends Pausing Docket on Avista/Hydro One Merger

In a major setback for the merger plans of Hydro One Limited and Avista Corporation, the staff of the Oregon Public Utility Commission is recommending that the commission pause the docket in the regulatory proceedings while the state’s ratepayerfeatured

Idaho Does Not Commit to Deadline for Avista/Hydro One Decision

The staff of the Idaho Public Utilities Commission, which last spring recommended approval of Toronto-based Hydro One’s proposed acquisition of Spokane-based Avista, is now awaiting further answers from the Canadian company’s actingfeatured

Idaho PUC Expected to Approve Procedural Schedule in Avista/Hydro One Merger

The Idaho Public Utilities Commission is poised to vote today (Tuesday) on a proposed procedural schedule in the Hydro One-Avista merger that calls for the commissioners to issue their final order in the matter by December 14featured

Indiana Technical Adviser Reviews Vectren/CenterPoint

A chief technical adviser with Indiana’s utility watchdog agency told state regulators in an August 27 filing that a review of CenterPoint Energy’s pending acquisition of Vectren Corporation provides “no indication” that the transaction will have a negative impact on the service Vectren’s utilities provide ratepayers.featured

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