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Fortnightly Magazine - November 1 1997
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ENRON International has begun building a $150-million, 80-megawatt independent power project in Piti, Guam. Enron signed a 20-year energy conversion agreement to develop the baseload, slow-speed diesel plant by January 1999. In an unrelated deal, Enron Corp. selected Stone & Webster for engineering, design and procurement for two independent power producer plants in the United Kingdom. The 790-MW, gas-fired, combined-cycle plant in Lincolnshire is set for commercial operation in March 1999.

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Duke Energy Power Services Inc. will build, own and operate the $28 million Mobile Bay Energy Project, a 40-MW natural gas co-generation plant in Alabama. Partner in the project will be MCNIC Power Co. The projects contractor is Warstila NSD North America Inc. The plant is expected to begin operating in August 1998 and may be expanded by 20 MWs.

Duke Power, the electric operations unit of Duke Energy Corp., plans to reduce three departments by about 550 employees. Targeted are employees in electric system support, nuclear generation and power generation. Duke Energy employs 22,000 worldwide.

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