NextEra may sell gas plants

NextEra Energy could send out teasers in the next two to three weeks for the sale of six gas-fired power plants for between $1.5 billion to $2 billion, according to FT.com. NextEra Energy declined comment in the published report.

The plants up for sale could include four combined-cycle, one simple cycle and one other gas-fired power plant, including the Blythe Energy plant in California.

NextEra reportedly approached at least one potential buyer for three gas-fired plants in Alabama, South Carolina and Virginia as well as the Blythe plant, a year ago, but no formal sale process was under way, the article said.

Citigroup and Credit Suisse have been retained to advise NextEra, the article said.

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