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    1. Supreme Court Decision Could Lift Capacity Prices and Earnings for Some Utilities

      Commentary

      Tue, 3 Mar 2015

      energy prices are likely to offset the benefit from higher capacity prices for Exelon, Public Service Enterprise Group, FirstEnergy , PPL, and NRG Energy that get a significant share of earnings from energy sales. The court case pertains to the previously

    2. FirstEnergy Initiates Disappointing 2015 Earnings Guidance; Fair Value Estimate Unchanged

      Commentary

      Wed, 18 Feb 2015

      and stable moat trend ratings after FirstEnergy initiated disappointing 2015 earnings ..... guidance of $1.74-$1.90 per share. FirstEnergy indicated during its conference call ..... estimate of a loss of $0.36 per share. FirstEnergy reported 2014 operating earnings of

    3. FirstEnergy Refocuses on Regulated Operations

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      Fri, 26 Dec 2014

      Our fair value estimate for FirstEnergy FE is unchanged following the company ..... Rating. The POP plan provides for FirstEnergy 's three regulated utilities to ..... year power purchase agreement with FirstEnergy Solutions for output from the Davis

    4. Potential Settlement Agreement for FirstEnergy's Ohio Plan; Fair Value Estimate Unchanged

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      Wed, 24 Dec 2014

      value estimate is unchanged following FirstEnergy ’s filing of a settlement agreement with ..... ratings. The POP plan provides for FirstEnergy ’s three regulated utilities to enter ..... year power purchase agreement with FirstEnergy Solutions for output from the Davis

    5. Supreme Court's Mercury Ruling Could Be a Tailwind for Carbon Caps, Gas Demand, Transmission

      Commentary

      Wed, 26 Nov 2014

      investment opportunities should increase. Carbon regulations would represent material downside to our fair value estimates for FirstEnergy and NRG Energy, especially because we assume midcycle coal plant margins will widen. Carbon regulations would increase

    6. Management Meeting: AES' 2015 Earnings Improve With Brazil Spot Price Cap, Ohio Strategy Discussed

      Commentary

      Mon, 17 Nov 2014

      rather than sell them as proposed last year. AES is going to wait and see the outcome of the American Electric Power and FirstEnergy proposals to enter into modified power purchase agreements between their unregulated generation and regulated affiliates

    7. Management Meeting: Power Market Reforms in PJM Could Boost FirstEnergy's Earnings, Value

      Commentary

      Fri, 14 Nov 2014

      moat and stable moat trend ratings for FirstEnergy after discussing the upside associated ..... Financial Conference in Dallas, Texas. FirstEnergy has been an advocate for power market ..... Officer, was timely. In September, FirstEnergy filed an amended complaint asking the

    8. FirstEnergy Initiates Modestly Disappointing 2016 CES Guidance; We Reaffirm $41 Fair Value Estimate

      Commentary

      Tue, 4 Nov 2014

      and stable moat trend ratings after FirstEnergy reported third-quarter earnings ..... regulated utilities due to mild weather. FirstEnergy reaffirmed its 2014 earnings per share ..... 2.52 EPS estimate is unchanged. FirstEnergy initiated modestly disappointing 2016

    9. Warburg Pincus raises $4 billion private equity fund for energy

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      Mon, 27 Oct 2014

      NEW YORK, Oct 27 (Reuters) - Warburg Pincus LLC said on Monday it had raised $4 billion for its first energy -focused private equity fund, exceeding its $3 billion target and making it the latest...

    10. Capacity Performance Scheme Could Boost Earnings, Value for Mid-Atlantic Utilities

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      Thu, 25 Sep 2014

      Public Service Enterprise Group and FirstEnergy . PJM still must finalize the plan and ..... Public Service Enterprise Group and FirstEnergy also have large nuclear fleets that ..... Public Service Enterprise Group and FirstEnergy . PJM proposed procuring 85% of peak

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