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Idaho PUC May Rule on Avista/Hydro One Before Year-end

The Idaho Public Utilities Commission may rule before year’s end on Toronto-based Hydro One Ltd.’s controversial bid to acquire Spokane-based Avista Corporation, according to two sources familiar with the proceedings.featured

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DISCK/DISCA Buying shares of DISCK and shorting an equivalent dollar amount of DISCA could be attractive to relative value investors as a low-risk trade given current levels and the expectation that management is likely to be back in the market repurchasing DISCK shares as early as the first or second quarter of next year. AVA/H:CN … Read Morefeatured

Next Moves for Hydro One

Whipsawed by political developments in Ontario, embattled Hydro One Ltd. is pondering its next move and whether the Toronto-based energy company can salvage its $5.3 billion plan tofeatured

Media Reports Keep Hydro One Governance Question in Focus

A report in a Toronto newspaper that Ontario Premier Doug Ford is in a “standoff” with Hydro One Ltd.’s board majority over the selection of a new CEO echoed through the Pacific Northwest this week wherefeatured

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Fox/Disney The General Superintendence of Brazilian antitrust regulator CADE is going to issue its recommendation on the planned merger between 21st Century Fox and the Walt Disney Company early in the week beginning December 3, a source close to Disney told CTFN. Avista/Hydro One Oregon’s utility ratepayer advocate recommended state regulators require the Canadian Province … Read Morefeatured

Oregon’s Citizens’ Utility Board Throws a Hail Mary Pass Regarding Avista/Hydro One

Oregon’s utility ratepayer advocate is recommending that state regulators require the Canadian Province of Ontario to pledge in writing that the provincial government will not interfere in the “policies and actions” of Avista Corporationfeatured

Day 2 of Idaho PUC’s Technical Hearing on Avista/Hydro One Merger

A top executive at Toronto’s Hydro One Ltd. apologized to the Idaho Public Utilities Commission on Tuesday (Nov. 27) after the commission’s president questioned why the company had not alerted the PUCfeatured

From Today’s Idaho PUC Technical Hearing on Avista/Hydro One Merger

Tom Woods, the new board chairman of Toronto-based Hydro One Ltd., told the Idaho Public Utilities Commission November 26 that the company’s largest shareholder—the Canadian Province of Ontario—retains the right to pass legislationfeatured

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EDP:PL Pre-notification discussions between China Three Gorges and the European Commission with regards to CTG’s acquisition of Energias de Portugal are “quite standard” and take a lot of time generally, a person close to the matter told CTFN. AVA/H:CN Signs have emerged among regulatory agencies in the Pacific Northwest that the pending $5.3 billion merger … Read Morefeatured

Avista and Hydro One Making Progress with Regulators

Signs have emerged among regulatory agencies in the Pacific Northwest that the pending $5.3 billion merger of Toronto-based Hydro One Ltd. and Spokane-based Avista Corporation has turned again in the companies’ favor.featured

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