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OREGON Oregon, city, United States
Oregon, city (1990 pop. 18,334), Lucas co., NW Ohio, a suburb adjacent to Toledo, on Lake Erie; inc. 1958. It is a port with railroad-owned and -operated docks. The city has industries producing oil, chemicals, and metal products.
Sale of Portland utility falls apart
PORTLAND - Enron Corp. said Thursday it has agreed to call off the sale of Portland General Electric This article is not to be confused with PG&E, a San Francisco, California-based utility company
Portland General Electric (PGE) (NYSE: POR) is an electrical utility, formerly owned by the Houston-based Enron Corporation (but now independent), that distributes electricity to , a $1.8 billion deal that was struck just weeks before the Houston-based energy giant collapsed in bankruptcy bankruptcy, in law, settlement of the liabilities of a person or organization wholly or partially unable to meet financial obligations. The purposes are to distribute, through a court-appointed receiver, the bankrupt's assets equitably among creditors and, in most last December.
Enron had planned to sell PGE PGE Pacific Gas and Electric Company
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PGE Perfect Girl Evolution , the largest and oldest utility in Oregon, to Northwest Natural Gas Co. Both are based in Portland. NW Natural Chairman Richard Reiten said the Enron collapse posed too many problems.