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February 28, 2014
16:32 EDTEXCExelon subsidiary to receive $355M in early termination agreement
On February 26, Exelon subsidiary UII and the City Public Service Board of San Antonio, Texas, or CPS, finalized an agreement to terminate a coal-fired generating station lease, and other related agreements, prior to their expiration dates. The termination agreement provides for UII to receive a net early termination amount of $335M from CPS, which UII believes is a sufficient amount such that it is in Exelon’s best interest to terminate the lease, due in part to certain economic uncertainties with respect to the end of lease term options, including the likelihood of UII incurring significant capital expenditures and increased operational risk. The termination of the lease will result in a net loss at UII, which is not material, and a tax payment of approximately $285M by Exelon and its subsidiaries in 2014, including approximately $150M by Commonwealth Edison Company.
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September 17, 2014
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September 3, 2014
09:23 EDTEXCUranerz Energy makes first Uranium delivery
Uranerz Energy (URZ) announced that it has delivered its first drums of uranium, as U3O8, produced from its wholly-owned Nichols Ranch ISR Uranium Project in the Powder River Basin of Wyoming, U.S.A. The shipment of approximately 36,000 pounds was received at ConverDyn's Metropolis Works Facility, located in Metropolis, Illinois, for subsequent transfer to one of the company's utility customers. Uranerz signed its first long-term uranium sales agreement in 2009 with Exelon Generation Company (EXC), and signed its second sales agreement with another major U.S. utility later that same year. This delivery will satisfy a portion of Uranerz' existing long-term sales contracts and the company expects to make its next shipment of uranium later this quarter.

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