A fight for the power transmission company Oncor is threatening to derail Energy Future Holdings’ plans for a quick trip through bankruptcy court.
More than two months after the Dallas power company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection from its $40 billion in debts, it is trying to get through court a proposal that would effectively hand its subsidiary Oncor to a group that includes Dallas energy magnate Ray L. Hunt and the state teacher’s pension fund.
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