Experts debate how energy companies should be valued in the wake of electric restructuring and Enron.
Fortnightly Magazine - April 15 2002
Understanding power company volatility in the context of valuation theory.
An analysis of the latest wave of unbundling, re-bundling, and convergence plays in the gas-power industries.
On the virtues and vices of ICAP, ACAP, FTRs, hubs, flowgates, DAMs, and gaming.
How building capabilities for repeated M&A can increase shareholder value.
The smart money now treats transmission as a player. Just like generation. Just like load.
A response to Bruce Radford’s “100-to-1 Odds, Why merchant transmission still looks iffy,” in the March 1, 2002 issue.