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ConAgra Foods Inc. (CAG), one of the world's largest food processors with nearly $18 billion in annual revenue, appears ripe for a split-up.
Distributed generation is becoming more feasible, raising the specter of a “death spiral” for utilities.
Spanish power company Iberdrola announced late on Wednesday that it has reached an agreement to acquire Connecticut-based UIL Holdings in a cash and stock deal valued at $3 billion.
Energy Investors Funds Group LLC, an energy investment firm, recently received first round bids for its sale of four facilities that are being auctioned off in two separate processes.
Sol-Wind Renewable Power LP, a New York-based MLP, announced on Feb. 11 the postponement of its $100 million yieldco initial public offering.
Investors appeared to lack confidence in the offering, and competition for assets has heated up since NRG Energy had its own successful yieldco IPO in 2013.
The prevailing view among vendors and targets is that valuations are unlikely to improve any time soon, so the time to sell or divest is now.
If the Phoenix company's executives can be convinced to sell, Canada's Fortis could make a move.
AmerisourceBergen announced on Jan. 12 that it inked a deal to acquire Boise, Idaho-based MWI Veterinary Supply for $2.5 billion.
The 7,923 megawatt merchant generation business could fetch between $2.8 billion and $3.6 billion.