address regulatory lag.The cancelation of the $1.2 billion MAPP transmission project, which would have provided a generous 12 ..... Atlantic Power Pathway project, citing low demand. Absent MAPP , reliability-driven distribution and transmission spending
Allergan AGN announced it intends to acquire MAP Pharmaceuticals for approximately $950 million. The news is not particularly surprising because both companies formed a partnership in 2011 for
(Reuters) - Shares of MAP Pharmaceuticals Inc fell by a third in premarket trade on Tuesday, after health regulators rejected its orally inhaled treatment for migraine, but analysts remain...
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the projected in-service date for the MAPP transmission project by four to six years ..... be the best-case scenario. Given that MAPP promises 12.8% federally approved returns ..... violations earlier than 2019, making the MAPP transmission project unnecessary at this
insensitive to decreased customer usage from unfavorable weather, a poor economy, or energy efficiency improvements. If the high-returning MAPP transmission project ever gets off the ground, then overall returns should improve moderately.
Supply business. Weather had a negligible impact on results, since 64% of distribution revenue is decoupled from usage. Later this month, we expect PJM to push out the timing of its lucrative MAPP transmission project by at least six months.
more than two years, and we give it fair marks overall. MAP Pharmaceuticals reformulates existing drugs in an attempt to offer safer ..... will not generate any significant revenue until then. MAP Pharmaceuticals followed a setback in its drug portfolio with a huge success
procedure will result in gradual adoption over time. Allergan's recent joint-venture announcement with MAP Pharmaceuticals MAPP to market Levadex now makes Allergan one of the few firms marketing branded products to headache specialists
MAP Pharmaceuticals MAPP announced Monday it will partner with Allergan AGN to copromote MAP's lead drug candidate Levadex, its inhaled therapy for migraine