Oncor could be attractive asset under EFH restructuring, analysts say
Oncor Electric Delivery, which operates the wires that distribute electricity to much of North Texas, is worth billions to other utilities that might be interested in acquiring it in an expected bankruptcy restructuring by its corporate parent, Dallas-based Energy Future Holdings, analysts say. Bloomberg News reports that several utilities as well as outside investors would be attracted by Oncor's steady, regulated earnings and presence in a growing market if the unit is split off from EFH. A link to the story is here.
-- Jim Fuquay