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August 28, 2015 2:58 AM ET

Electric Utilities

Company Overview of Sharyland Utilities, L.P.

Company Overview

Sharyland Utilities, L.P., a public electric utility company, supplies electricity. It serves residential and businesses customers in various counties throughout Texas. The company was founded in 1998 and is based in Dallas, Texas.

1807 Ross Avenue

Suite 460

Dallas, TX 75201

United States

Founded in 1998

Phone:

214-978-8958

Fax:

214-978-8810

Key Executives for Sharyland Utilities, L.P.

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Age: 56
President
Senior Vice President of Regulatory Affairs
General Counsel
Vice President
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

Sharyland Utilities, L.P. Key Developments

PUCT Approves ETT and Sharyland Application for Cross Valley 345-kV Transmission Line from North Edinburg to Loma Alta

The Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUCT) on March 27 unanimously approved an application by Electric Transmission Texas, LLC (ETT) and Sharyland Utilities, L.P. (Sharyland) to build a 345-kilovolt (kV) transmission line from a substation northwest of the city of Edinburg to a substation located east of the city of Brownsville. The cost of the project is estimated to total $309 million and is expected to be completed during the summer of 2016. The PUCT commissioners approved construction of the new approximately 96-mile line that would extend from the existing AEP Texas Central Company North Edinburg Substation to the existing Brownsville Public Utilities Board Loma Alta Substation located near the Brownsville Ship Channel. The western half of the line will be constructed, owned and operated by ETT, while the eastern half will be constructed and operated by Sharyland Utilities, L.P. The midpoint is approximately one mile east of the Hidalgo/Cameron county line. The approved route runs generally east from the North Edinburg Substation and, after approximately 7.5 miles, turns south continuing past the city of Donna. Approximately 2 miles north of U.S. Highway 281, the route turns east, roughly paralleling the north side of U.S. Highway 281 until the city of Rangerville, where it turns north-northeast toward the city of San Benito. It then continues east around the northern and eastern sides of Brownsville, ultimately terminating at the Loma Alta Substation.

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