Enron is owed more than $500 million by Pacific Gas & Electric Co. Earlier this month, U.S. Trustee Linda Stanley removed Enron from the creditors committee in anticipation of its merger with Dynergy, which is also on the committee.

While sitting on a creditors committee does not offer any advantages as far as recouping money owed, it does give the creditor inside knowledge of the bankruptcy proceedings.

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