LOS ANGELES -- The El Paso Electric Co. this week gained extra time to solve its problems, which include satisfying financial arrangements for its ownership stake in a nuclear power station that is co-owned by public utilities in the West.

But the company stressed yesterday that, contrary to a published report, it has not defaulted on financing agreements tied to the Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station in Arizona, which is owned partly by public utilities.

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