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January 23, 1996 | From Associated Press
UtiliCorp United Inc. and Kansas City Power & Light Co. said Monday that they have agreed to merge in a $3-billion deal that continues the consolidation of the utility industry. Together, the two Kansas City-based energy producers would have about 2.2 million customers and $6.4 billion in assets. Utility mergers have become more commonplace recently as expectations have grown for further industry deregulation, which would intensify competition and force utilities to cut their expenses.
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January 23, 1996 | From Associated Press
UtiliCorp United Inc. and Kansas City Power & Light Co. said Monday that they have agreed to merge in a $3-billion deal that continues the consolidation of the utility industry. Together, the two Kansas City-based energy producers would have about 2.2 million customers and $6.4 billion in assets. Utility mergers have become more commonplace recently as expectations have grown for further industry deregulation, which would intensify competition and force utilities to cut their expenses.
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August 7, 2002
Aquila Inc., the utility owner that had been the country's fourth-largest power trader, said it would quit wholesale trading and cut nearly 500 jobs to ease a cash crunch and reduce risk. The Kansas City-based company, which owns utilities in Missouri and Kansas, said it would exit the energy-trading business by the end of next month. Shares of Aquila were unchanged at $5.74 on the NYSE. Separately, Williams Cos., a U.S.
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April 9, 2001 | JAMES FLANIGAN
For all the agony and anger about energy in California, compounded now by the bankruptcy filing of Pacific Gas & Electric, deregulation and the transformation of the electric power industry is moving forward nationwide--and worldwide. Many electric companies elsewhere are thriving and being recommended by investment analysts even as the regulated utility division of PG&E Corp.
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