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My company recently merged with another company. Do I still need to file a Form EIA-176? What operations should I report – for my old company or the new, merged company?

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My company recently merged with another company. Do I still need to file a Form EIA-176? What operations should I report – for my old company or the new, merged company?

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A7: You should file separate reports for each company’s operations before and after the merger or for the new merged company for the entire year’s operations as a single, combined entity for all companies involved in the merger. Please notify EIA of the status of your filing(s) in notes in the “Comments” section on the front of the form.

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