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SAIC Discusses Oil and Gas Issues at Niobrara Infrastructure Development Summit

SAIC (Science Applications International Corporation) - Vice President Jeffrey Spearman and Project Manager Andrew Foley, both in the Oil, Gas & Chemicals Segment of Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), will chair and moderate at the 3rd Annual Niobrara Infrastructure Development Summit, to be held in the Magnolia Ballroom in Denver, Colo. more...

Pattern Energy and Samsung Renewable Energy Acquire Armow Wind Power Project in Ontario

Pattern Energy Group LP - Pattern Energy Group LP (Pattern) announced today that it has partnered with Samsung Renewable Energy (Samsung) to acquire the Armow wind power project in Ontario from ACCIONA. more...

Deutsche Bank finances two high power photovoltaic solar parks in Italy and Spain with 63 MW

Deutsche Bank AG - Deutsche Bank played an instrumental role in making the construction and acquisition possible of two high power photovoltaic solar parks in Italy and Spain through its Asset Finance & Leasing (AFL) business. more...
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Enbridge to Undertake $300 Million Montana-Alberta Tie-Line Power Transmission Project

Enbridge Inc. - Enbridge Inc. (TSX:ENB)(NYSE:ENB) announced today that it has entered into an arrangement agreement with Tonbridge Power Inc., and related lock-up agreements with Tonbridge directors, management and its major shareholder. more...

First Solar Sells 10MW Solar Power Plant near Zamora, Spain to KGAL

First Solar, Inc. - First Solar, Inc. (Nasdaq: FSLR) and KGAL GmbH & Co. KG (KGAL) on Thursday announced the purchase of a 9.9 megawatt (MW) (DC) solar power plant near Zamora, Spain by European Solar Power Fund - a renewable energy-focused fund for institutional investors managed by KGAL - from First Solar. more...

EnerNOC Acquires Leading Australian Demand Response Company Energy Response

EnerNOC, Inc. - EnerNOC, Inc. (NASDAQ: ENOC), the world's leading provider of demand response applications and services, today announced that it has acquired Energy Response Pty Ltd, the largest demand response provider in Australia and New Zealand. more...

Articles 

By Les Duncan
On: February 14, 2007
One hundred years ago, Atmos Energy started business as a very small natural gas company serving about 4,500 customers in Amarillo, Texas. Today, our Dallas-based enterprise is America's largest natural gas only distributor. We serve more...
By Kevin Herring
On: January 4, 2007
The employees of a southwest company had little warning of the trauma that lie ahead as an acquisition target. At first, the acquisition was just another day in a fast-moving, frequently changing environment. more...
By Emerson Hiller
On: August 18, 2005
Mergers and acquisitions are commonplace in the utility industry today. The trend has fluctuated in intensity in the past decades and has been driven by diverse economic considerations including recently, the deregulatory movement. more...
By Jennifer Zajac
On: May 4, 2005
Not too many people sound like they're fired up about the utilities on the sales block. In March, Kansas City, Mo.-based Aquila Inc. announced that some of its utilities will be sold in a competitive more...
By Jennifer Zajac
On: January 6, 2005
A funny thing happened to utilities on the way to the auction block: coal and natural gas prices soared, enabling many distressed companies - particularly ones with coal-fired merchant generation fleets - to boost their more...

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