Getting Our Money Back

Attorney General’s Energy Task Force Enforcement Recoveries1

  Total Value
El Paso Corporation $1.625 billion
Enron $1.523b
Powerex $750 million
Mirant (& affiliates) $749.7m
Reliant $460m
Williams $417m
Sempra $400m
Dynegy (& affiliates) $281.5m
Duke Energy (& affiliates) $207.5m
TransAlta $149m
LADWP $107m
Puget Sound Energy, Inc. $96.6m
Midway Sunset Cogeneration Company $85.7m
NEGT $79.8m
Portland General Electric Company $65.3m
Avista $58.1m
Williams Amendment $54m
Public Service Company of New Mexico $45m
Nevada Power $39m
Tucson Electric Power Company $30.5m
PacifiCorp $27.9m
PPL Montana, LLC & PPL EnergyPlus, LLC $27.2m
Idacorp (subsidiaries) $23.7m
BP Energy Company $18m
El Paso Electric $15.5m
Grant County, Washington $14.9m
City of Pasadena $14.9m
Northern California Power Agency $11.3m
Comision Federal de Electricidad $11.3m
AEPCO $9.6m
Modesto Irrigation District $8.7m
Vernon $8.2m
Public Service of Colorado $7.15m
PECO/Exelon $6.2m
AES Placerita, Inc. $6.2m
Portland General Electric $6.1m
City of Santa Clara $6.1m
Calpine $6m
Koch $4.1m
AHAC $4m
SMUD $3.7m
Constellation/New Energy $3m
Arizona Public Service $3m
City of Glendale $2.7m
Turlock Irrigation District $2m
Anaheim $1.9m
CalPolar $1.9m
Eugene Water & Electric Board $1.9m
Riverside $1.87m
Strategic Energy LLC $1.6m
Edison Mission $1.5m
City of Seattle, Washington $1.4m
Azusa $900,000
Connectiv Energy Supply, Inc. $700,000
Cargill $671,000
PPM $300,000
City of Burbank $224,000
Fresno Cogeneration Partners, L.P. $50,000
TOTAL $7.49 BILLION

1 California parties to settlements include the Attorney General's Office, California Department of Water Resources, Southern California Edison, Pacific Gas & Electric, San Diego Gas & Electric, Electricity Oversight Board and California Public Utilities Commission.