Energy Future Holdings (EFH) filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court a Third Amended Joint Plan of Reorganization and related Disclosure Statement.
According to the Disclosure Statement, “Holders of EFH Beneficiary Claims are entitled to receive, in addition to their other recoveries as Allowed EFH Claims, their Pro Rata share of the TCEH Settlement Claim Turnover Distribution in an aggregate amount not to exceed $37.8 million….Under the Spin-Off, TCEH will spin off from the Debtors to form a standalone reorganized entity, Reorganized TCEH, and certain tax attributes of the EFH Group will be substantially used to provide Reorganized TCEH with a step-up in tax basis in certain of its assets, valued at approximately $1.0 billion.”
Court-filed documents continue, “TCEH will receive the TCEH Settlement Claim, in the amount of $700 million, which shall receive the same treatment as the other Impaired Classes with Claims against the EFH Debtors, subject to certain conditions….The TCEH Debtors will undertake the Spin-Off, as follows: i. TCEH formed Reorganized TCEH prior to the TCEH Effective Date; ii. on the TCEH Effective Date, TCEH shall assume the obligations of its subsidiaries that are TCEH Debtors to make distributions pursuant to and in accordance with the Plan that are to be made after the TCEH Effective Date; iii. pursuant to the Separation Agreement, TCEH and the EFH Debtors will make the Contribution to Reorganized TCEH, in exchange for which TCEH shall receive 100% of the (i) Reorganized TCEH membership interests and (ii) the net Cash proceeds of the New Reorganized TCEH Debt (or, at the TCEH Supporting First Lien Creditors’ election, with the consent of the Debtors, all or a portion of such New Reorganized TCEH Debt); iv. immediately following the Contribution, TCEH and Reorganized TCEH shall effectuate the Spin-Off Preferred Stock Sale, including the distribution of the proceeds thereof to TCEH; v. immediately following the Spin-Off Preferred Stock Sale, Reorganized TCEH shall undertake the Reorganized TCEH Conversion; and vi. immediately following the Reorganized TCEH Conversion, TCEH will make the Distribution in satisfaction of Claims against the TCEH Debtors that are not assumed by Reorganized TCEH.”
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