U.S. Bankruptcy Court Approves Sempra Energy's Merger Agreement With Energy Future
"We are pleased that our plan to resolve Energy Future's long-running bankruptcy proceeding has received approval from the
"Sempra Energy is a well-respected and experienced utility operator with a quality workforce and management team," said
In addition to approving Energy Future's entry into the
The merger agreement remains subject to customary closing conditions, including further approvals by the
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