WGL/AltaGas Vote by Maryland PSC Looks Close

The Maryland Public Service Commission moved a step closer Tuesday to voting on the merger of AltaGas and WGL, a deal that some major constituent groups, including thefeatured

Maryland Delays Ruling on WGL/AltaGas Deal

Maryland regulators agreed to push back a ruling on the acquisition by AltaGas of WGL by four months after the gas companies submitted a last-minute settlementfeatured

“Zero Emission Nuclear Resource” Bill in Ohio Faces Challenges

A bill sent to committee in the Ohio Legislature that would provide a financial bailout for two of FirstEnergy Corp.’s struggling nuclear power plantsfeatured

West Virginia PSC Debating FirstEnergy Coal Power Plant Transfer

FirstEnergy Corp.’s plans to transfer an aging coal-fired power plant along the Ohio River to two of its West Virginia subsidiaries To Keep Reading, Request a Trial Already a subscriber? Log-infeatured

FERC Deadline Approaching on Proposal that Could Aid FirstEnergy

A December 11 deadline is looming for federal energy regulators to decide whether to adopt a controversial plan proposed by the Department of Energy To Keep Reading, Request a Trial Already a subscriber? Log-infeatured

Westar/Great Plains Ask Kansas to Shorten Review Period

The revised $14 billion merger of Westar Energy and Great Plains Energy appears to be off to a rocky start in Kansas. Three key intervenors are asking the Kansas Corporation Commission tofeatured

Maryland Regulator Won’t Withdraw Negative Staff Testimony in AltaGas Case

State regulators in Maryland denied a rare request by AltaGas to quash negative testimony regarding the Canadian company’s bid to acquire WGL Holdings,featured

AltaGas Asks Regulator to Throw Out Its Own Staff’s Adverse Testimony in WGL Merger

AltaGas has asked the Maryland Public Service Commission to exclude and ignore negative testimony submitted by the commission’s own staff in the review of the Canadian company’s acquisition of WGL Holdingsfeatured

Key Critics Emerge in WGL/AltaGas Deal

Opposition to the pending WGL/AltaGas merger has emerged among critical groups just as the regulatory review for the $6.4 billion deal is commencing in Maryland and Washington, D.C., two of the threefeatured

Westar/Great Plains Merger Could See Lengthy Regulatory Review

The clock is ticking once again in the key state of Kansas on renewed efforts by Great Plains Energy and Westar Energy to win regulatory approval from the Kansas Corporation Commissionfeatured

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