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Lake Charles Cogeneration Moves Forward with 670-megawatt Gasification Power Plant, an Advisory from

HOUSTON -- Researched by (Industrial Information Resources Incorporated; Houston). Lake Charles Cogeneration LLC (Houston), in a partnership with CITGO Petroleum Corporation (Houston), a subsidiary of Petroleos de Venezuela SA (Caracas, Venezuela), is moving forward with the development of a 670-megawatt (MW) Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle power plant.

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Date:Dec 1, 2004
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