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Company Overview of Energy Future Holdings Corporation

Company Overview

Energy Future Holdings Corp., through its subsidiaries, engages in energy businesses in Texas. The company operates in two segments, Competitive Electric and Regulated Delivery. The Competitive Electric segment engages in electricity generation, wholesale energy sales and purchases, commodity risk management and trading activities, and retail electricity sales to residential and business customers. This segment owns or leases lignite/coal, nuclear, and natural gas-fueled generation facilities with a capacity of 15,427 megawatts; purchases wind electricity; and provide electricity and related services to approximately 1.75 million retail electricity customers. The Regulated Delivery segment i...

Energy Plaza

1601 Bryan Street

Dallas, TX 75201

United States

Founded in 1944

9,100 Employees



Key Executives for Energy Future Holdings Corporation

Chief Executive Officer
Age: 57
Executive Chairman
Age: 67
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President
Age: 59
Executive Vice President
Age: 45
Executive Vice President
Age: 44
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

Energy Future Holdings Corporation Key Developments

Energy Future Holdings Corporation announced delayed annual 10-K filing

On 03/31/2014, Energy Future Holdings Corporation announced that they will be unable to file their next 10-K by the deadline required by the SEC.

Energy Future Holdings Appoints Two Prominent North Texas Community Leaders to its Sustainable Energy Advisory Board

Energy Future Holdings announced the appointment of two prominent North Texas community leaders to its sustainable energy advisory board. Mabrie Jackson and Heather Reynolds join the SEAB eight additional members to provide input on the company's policies and practices. Jackson represents economic development interests on the SEAB and Reynolds represents residential customers. Mabrie Jackson is the president and CEO of the North Texas Commission, where she focuses on the NTC's strategic planning efforts and regional advocacy to help the collaborative organization advance the economically vibrant North Texas area. Heather Reynolds is president and CEO at Catholic Charities Fort Worth, where she oversees the strategic direction for the non-profit's work to end poverty in the community.

Energy Future Holdings Corporation Presents at EEI International Utility, Mar-11-2014 10:00 AM

Energy Future Holdings Corporation Presents at EEI International Utility, Mar-11-2014 10:00 AM. Venue: London Hilton Park Lane, 22 Park Lane, London, W1K 1BE, United Kingdom. Speakers: Paul M. Keglevic, Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President.

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