Awaiting Audit in SCANA/Dominion Drama

With a December 21 deadline scheduled for a final decision by South Carolina utility regulators on the pending merger of Dominion Energy and SCANA,featured

Westar/Great Plains Reach Settlement Agreement with Kansas Corporation Commission Staff

The reconfigured $14 billion “stock-for-stock” merger of Great Plains Energy and Westar Energy took a big step toward regulatory approval in Kansas as the two companies announced they had reached a settlement agreement with the staff of the Kansas Corporation Commission,featured

Ontario Politics a Risk in Avista-Hydro One Merger

The risks of Canadian politics on the proposed $5.3 billion merger of Toronto-based Hydro One Limited and Spokane-based Avista Corporation will be a focus of settlement talks scheduled forfeatured

Avista-Hydro One Proposed Settlement to be Debated by Juneau Officials

A negotiated settlement has been reached between city officials in Juneau, Alaska, and the region’s utility, aimed at resolving local concerns with the pending $5.3 billion merger of U.S.-based Avista Corporation andfeatured

California Legislators Attempting to Increase Oversight of Health Insurance Mergers

A bill currently winding through the California legislature would allow increased state oversight of health insurance mergers, but opinions vary on whetherfeatured

Sempra’s Acquisition of Oncor All but Done

The Public Utilities Commission of Texas signaled Thursday that it is prepared to give the green lightfeatured

Questions Abound Around SCANA

As the powerful South Carolina Senate Judiciary Committee voted to send to the Senate floor a resolution that would allow the Public Service Commission more timefeatured

Audit Required to Gauge Prospect of Bankruptcy for SCANA Subsidiary

South Carolina’s utility ratepayer advocate is mulling whether it has the finances to conduct an audit by a “Big 4” accounting firm to see if South Carolina Electric & Gas Company could facefeatured

Scheduling Utility Commission Meeting on SCANA/Dominion Merger is Contentious

A scheduling squabble has erupted among various parties over when the South Carolina Public Service Commission should conduct a hearing into the pending merger offeatured

First Energy Exploring Options for Power Plant After Transfer Rejected by FERC

Attorneys for Monongahela Power and the Potomac Edison Company have asked West Virginia utility regulators to delay making a decision on the fate of an aging coal-fired power plant To Keep Reading, Request a Trial Already a subscriber? Log-infeatured


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