Sundevil Holdings reportedly files for Chapter 11 reorganization

Sundevil Holdings LLC, which runs two 536-MW gas-fired power plants at Entegra Power Group’s 2,200-MW Gila Bend, Arizona generation station, has apparently filed for U.S. Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization.

The Department of Energy (DOE) cited the reorganization filing in a daily energy infrastructure report. DOE cited a Reuters article as the sources of the information.

The operator reportedly will seek court approval to borrow $45m to support its operations during its bankruptcy.

The Sundevil Gila River combined-cycle natural gas units are located in Maricopa County and move electricity via Arizona Public Service transmission lines.

According to the Entegra Power Group website, Gila River Power Station is comprised of four individual combined cycle power facilities located on 1,100 acres near Phoenix, Arizona. The station can produce approximately 2,200-MW of electrical power.

Full commercial operation began August 2003. Natural gas is delivered to the station via a 19-mile, 30-inch pipeline, which has a dual connection to both the El Paso natural gas main pipeline and the TransWestern natural gas mainline, according to the Entegra website.

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Wayne Barber, Chief Analyst for the GenerationHub, has been covering power generation, energy and natural resources issues at national publications for more than 20 years. Prior to joining PennWell he was editor of Generation Markets Week at SNL Financial for nine years. He has also worked as a business journalist at both McGraw-Hill and Financial Times Energy. Wayne also worked as a newspaper reporter for several years. During his career has visited nuclear reactors and coal mines as well as coal and natural gas power plants. Wayne can be reached at wayneb@pennwell.com.