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Hunt, Investors Back Out of Oncor Purchase Deal

The Texas Tribune

by Johnathan Silver
A Dallas oil family is going back to the drawing board after determining it can’t go forward with its current plan for buying Oncor, the state’s largest electric utility, an attorney for the group told the Texas Public Utility Commission in a Wednesday filing.
Ray L. Hunt’s family had gathered investors in an $18 billion deal to purchase Oncor and convert it into a tax-friendly real estate investment trust. The deal, had it gone …

ERCOT’s summer 2016 reserves shrinking


The Electric Reliability Council of Texas’ latest Seasonal Assessment of Resource Adequacy shows a dwindling level of reserves in excess of forecast summer peakload, compared with December and March forecasts for this summer, but officials say it is “enough.”
On Tuesday, ERCOT released its final SARA for the summer of 2016, preliminary SARA for the …

Energy Future Holdings Files Second Bankruptcy Plan

The Texas Tribune

by Jim Malewitz
Energy Future Holdings, Texas’ largest power company, is going back to the drawing board in its efforts to emerge from one of the largest corporate bankruptcies in American history.
The conglomerate filed a second plan to shed tens of billions of dollars of debt on Sunday, five months after a Delaware bankruptcy judge approved an original plan that fizzled. …

Energy Future Holdings likely to ditch $18B Hunt-led play for Oncor

Dallas Business Journal

by Bill Hethcock
Energy Future Holdings Corp. will likely abandon the $18 billion sale of its Oncor power transmission company to an investor group led by Dallas billionaire Ray Hunt, the bankrupt power goliath told a bankruptcy judge Thursday.
The deal was supposed to be Energy Future Holdings’ ticket out of bankruptcy court, where the case has lingered for two years at a cost to EFH estimated at $1 million a day in legal fees. …

Dallas Business Leaders Back Hunt In Oncor Bid

The Texas Tribune

by Jim Malewitz
A smorgasbord of Dallas business leaders — including a Hall-of-Fame Cowboys quarterback — is supporting a Ray L. Hunt-led investment group’s request that Texas regulators reconsider restrictions it has placed on the group’s effort to buy Oncor, the state’s largest electric utility, and reshape it into a real estate investment trust.
“It is critical that Oncor remain under local control, and we are very supportive of the …

Hunt Group Asks For Re-hearing on Oncor Bid


by Jim Malewitz
The fate of the state’s largest utility looks clear as mud.
Nearly one month after Texas regulators approved — with major stipulations — Ray L. Hunt’s plan to buy Oncor and reshape it into a real estate investment trust, the Dallas oilman and his investors want a do-over.
The group asked the Texas Public Utility Commission on Monday for a new hearing, …