transactions indicate we might have reached the market trough. Duke Energy's recent sale of its unregulated Ohio assets to Dynegy for $2.8 billion was significantly higher than our estimated $2.0 billion-$2.5 billion range, which was based on
value estimate and no-moat, stable moat trend ratings after Dynegy reported full-year adjusted EBITDA of $347 million, an increase ..... not believe management will look to add assets in the region. Dynegy continues to build out its portfolio of bilateral capacity sales
recently requested additional information for Dynegy ’s planned acquisition of 6.1 GW of ..... moat ratings, and moat trends for both Dynegy and Duke. FERC requested two additional ..... negative $3 per share fair value impact for Dynegy . We viewed the transaction as a way for
domestic regulated portfolio. Recently, management agreed to sell its no-moat 6.6-gigawatt Midwest generation fleet to Dynegy , identifying funding growth opportunities, reducing holding company debt, and initiating a stock buyback for the use of sale
Dynegy reported third-quarter adjusted EBITDA ..... tolling and capacity revenue at Moss Landing. Dynegy is currently assessing strategic options ..... expected early next year. During the quarter, Dynegy lined up financing for its planned acquisition
stable moat trend ratings. During the quarter, management agreed to sell its 6.6-gigawatt Midwest generation fleet to Dynegy for $2.8 billion, above our $2.0 billion-$2.5 billion estimate. Management highlighted funding growth opportunities
customers, and has been a significant distraction for management. Management recently sold its Midwest generation unit to Dynegy for $2.8 billion, well above our initial $2.0 billion-$2.5 billion estimate. We think this leaves Duke well positioned
Dynegy announced plans to acquire 6.1 GW of coal ..... Energy for $2.8 billion. Additionally, Dynegy will acquire 6.3 GW of coal and gas generation ..... trend. The transformative acquisition for Dynegy nearly doubles the company’s generation
Dynegy reported second-quarter adjusted EBITDA ..... auctions represents significant upside for Dynegy . We estimate each $15/MW-day increase ..... sheet efficiencies. Total liquidity at Dynegy was $1.2 billion at quarter-end.
PRIDE reloaded program, having already identified $60 million in EBITDA and $65 million in balance sheet efficiency targets for 2014. Total liquidity at Dynegy was $1.0 billion at quarter-end, up $91 million from year-end.