At 7:03 a.m. Friday, Energy Future Holdings GC Andy Wright leaned into a conference room phone on the 41st floor of Energy Plaza in downtown Dallas and spoke six simple words: “EFH has signed off. We release.” Two hours later, two wire transfers totalling $9.4 billion were received. At 9:34 a.m., EFH officially sold its 80 percent ownership in Oncor Electric and the four-year-long, $42 billion corporate bankruptcy came to an end.
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