Fortis Inc. (FRTSF)


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  • American City Business Journalslast month

    Hawaiian Electric cancels its major LNG deal with Canadian firm

    Hawaiian Electric Co. has terminated its deal with a subsidiary of Fortis Inc. that called for the Canadian electric and utility gas giant to supply the state’s largest utility with liquefied natural gas as a replacement for oil starting in 2021, HECO said Tuesday. The deal was contingent on regulatory approval of NextEra Energy Inc.’s (NEE) $4.3 billion acquisition of Hawaiian Electric, which did not happen. The Honolulu-based utility withdrew its application for regulatory approval of its LNG deal with Fortis Hawaii Energy Inc. along with plans to upgrade its Kahe Power Plant to use natural gas and a waiver from competitive bidding to upgrade the plant.

  • Bloomberg2 months ago

    ASR IPO Raises $1.2 Billion as Dutch Government Cuts Stake

    ASR Nederland NV raised 1.02 billion euros ($1.2 billion) in an initial public offering, allowing the Dutch government to recoup some of the money it spent on bailing out the insurer’s parent, Fortis, ...

  • American City Business Journals3 months ago

    Hawaiian Electric inks LNG deal with Canada's Fortis

    Hawaiian Electric Co. has reached an agreement with a subsidiary of Fortis Inc. for the Canadian electric and utility gas giant to supply the state’s largest utility with liquefied natural gas as a replacement for oil starting in 2021. The deal, which involves building a combined-cycle power plant that would be able to utilize LNG at its Kahe Power Plant in Leeward Oahu, is contingent on state regulatory approval of NextEra Energy Inc’s proposed $4.3 billion acquisition of Hawaiian Electric. A decision on the deal by the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission could come soon.