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Utanes said the consortium of TEC and Marubeni completed the purchase of all the business of Mirant Corp.
Mirant Marsh Landing has received all permits necessary to start construction and has directed Kiewit Power Constructors Co to commence engineering and procurement for the project.
However, she said, MDE has not obtained an agreement with Mirant on a schedule to investigate and clean up groundwater and surface water contamination, and does not have compliance schedule for the Brandywine site.
We look forward to successfully completing the testing program and to Mirant becoming one of our first large-scale electric generation customers.
Mirant provides a 24-hour information line and e-mail box for citizens with any questions about the Canal power plant.
On Tuesday, Jaloux d'Estruval capitalised on the penultimate-fence fall of Cambrian Dawn - like Mirant, ridden by Tony McCoy - to win a Hereford novice chase at odds of 100-1, paying pounds 221.
Spokesman for Mirant, James Peters said, ``We have been engaged in a process of selling some of our global assets this year.
The threat of unplanned outages combined with increased replacement costs or lost revenue can substantially impact the financial performance of power producers," said Dave Mckenzie, director, new business development, Mirant.
The merger of the four companies, which would have resulted in the creation of the third German group in the sector, fell through on September 26, Vattenfall and the American Mirant group having failed to agree terms.
Mirant is a global energy company that develops, constructs, owns and operates power plants and sells wholesale electricity, natural gas and other energy commodities.
US power companies Mirant Corp (NYSE:MIR) and RRI Energy (ETR:RLR) said yesterday they have reached an agreement for an all-stock merger.
City Attorney Dennis Herrera has reached a contract with Mirant (NYSE : MIR), an Atlanta-based energy company, to close the firm's Potrero power plant by the end of 2010.