Late last week, Texas’ largest power company moved to try and regain some of that momentum, announcing it was buying two large natural gas plants in northeast Texas for $1.3 billion. In limbo for the past 19 months as its bankruptcy case winds through federal court in Wilmington, Del., Energy Future executives had largely been left to watch from the sidelines as rival companies fought to adapt to a rapidly evolving U.S. power market.

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