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June 20, 2014
08:04 EDTGE, MTU, HES, CRARYEIF acquires Hess Corp's 50% stake in GE-powered Newark Energy Center
Energy Investors Funds, an energy-focused private equity firm, announced today that two EIF-managed funds have indirectly acquired an additional 50% ownership stake in the Newark Energy Center from Hess Corporation (HES) using a $590M loan from Crédit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank (CRARY), GE unit (GE) GE Energy Financial Services and Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MTU). EIF-NEC, LLC, an entity jointly owned by the two EIF-managed funds, will use the loan to support the acquisition, construction and operation of the 705-megawatt power plant, which is being built using GE’s advanced combined-cycle, natural gas-fired turbine technology. With this acquisition, EIF-NEC now holds 100% of the equity interests in the Newark Energy Center. The three lenders served as co-lead arrangers and joint-book runners. Financial details of the transactions were not disclosed. The Newark Energy Center sits on 23 acres of brownfield industrial land in New Jersey, an optimal location with nearby gas supply and electrical interconnection point. The project has been under construction for nearly two years and is expected to begin commercial operations in May 2015. It will sell its energy and capacity into the PJM capacity market. Power Plant Management Services is managing construction, with NAES Corporation providing operations and maintenance and Direct Energy undertaking additional energy management services.
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09:14 EDTGEGeneral Electric CEO says Alstom remedy proposed to EU
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09:07 EDTGEGE says GE Capital signed deal prices 'roughly 5%' ahead of fair values
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08:40 EDTGEGE 'hopeful' that GE Capital will pay another dividend to parent this year
GE Oil and Gas businesses "met expectations" in the second quarter, said Immelt. CEO Jeff Immelt made the comments while speaking during the company's Q2 earnings conference call.
06:45 EDTGEGeneral Electric CEO says company 'well positioned' to meet investor goals
CEO Jeff Immelt cites double-digit industrial EPS growth, industrial segment organic growth of 2%-5%, $100B of GE Capital asset sales, $14B-$16B of CFOA, and $10B-$30B of cash returned to investors.
06:43 EDTGEGE Capital announces dispositions ahead of plan, signed $68B YTD
06:42 EDTGEGeneral Electric reports Q2 orders up 8% to $27.1B
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06:39 EDTGEGeneral Electric raises FY15 Industrial EPS $1.13-$1.20, consensus $1.29
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06:37 EDTGEGE Capital targets 2015 signings of $120B-$150B
06:37 EDTGEGE Capital on track for goal of closing $100B by year end
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06:37 EDTGEGeneral Electric reports Q2-end backlog up 8% YoY to $272B
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06:36 EDTGEGeneral Electric reports Q2 Industrial segment operating profit up 5%
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06:36 EDTGEGeneral Electric on track in executing plan to exit GE Capital
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06:35 EDTGEGeneral Electric CEO says environment remains one of slow growth and volatility
CEO Jeff Immelt commented, "The environment remains one of slow growth and volatility, particularly in growth markets where the US is gradually improving."
06:33 EDTGEGeneral Electric reports Q2 EPS ex GE Capital 31c, consensus 28c
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