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Finalists For 2000 FT Energy Global Awards

FINALISTS FOR 2000 FT ENERGY GLOBAL AWARDS ANNOUNCED

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TO BUSINESS AND ENERGY EDITORS:

BOULDER, Oct. 30 /PRNewswire-AsiaNet/ -- Financial Times Energy (FT Energy) has announced the finalists in all 13 categories of the FT Energy Global Awards. The companies listed below have been nominated as leading the way in their respective categories. The winners will be announced at a gala celebration sponsored by Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu November 30, 2000 at the Sheraton New York Hotel and Towers. For reservations or details, visit www.fte-awards.com, or call FT Energy toll-free within the US at 800-424-2908, direct at 720-548-5700, or toll-free within the UK at (0)
800-169-3773, direct at 207-896-2241.

Most Promising Pre-Commercial
Technology Development
Aspen Systems Corporation
Fuelcell Energy Inc.
Innogy
Sage Systems, Inc.
Urenco (Capenhurst) Limited

Most Innovative Commercial Technology Development
ABB
Capstone
Turbine Corporation
Catalitica Combustion Systems, Inc.
Fortum Energy
House Ltd.
Silicon Energy Corporation

Best Community Service
Program
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power
Memphis Light Gas & Water
MidAmerican Energy
Sacramento Municipal Utility District
ScottishPower plc

Best Overall Marketing Campaign
Centrica plc
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power
PT Adaro Indonesia
Southern Company Energy Marketing
Utility.com

Best Environmental Practice
DuPont
ISG Resources, Inc.
Los Angeles
Department of Water and Power
Sydkraft AB
Boldest Successful Investment Decision
EnronOnline
National Grid Company plc
PowerGen plc
ScottishPower plc

Boldest Strategic Merger
Calpine
Corporation
Dominion Resources
E.ON AG
PECO Energy Company

Best Renewables Company
Energia Hidroelectrica de Navarra
Hydro-Quebec
National Wind Power
Verbund AG
Xcel Energy Inc.

Best Coal Company
Anglo Coal
AT Massey Coal Company, Inc.
Glencore International AG
Peabody Group
PT Adaro Indonesia

Best Oil and Gas Company
ATP Oil & Gas Corporation
BG Group plc
Shell Oil Company
Tyumen Oil Company

Best Electricity Company
AES Corporation
Calpine Corporation
Electricite de France
ScottishPower plc
TXU

CEO of the Year
Peter Cartwright, Calpine Corporation
A.W. "Bill" Dahlberg, Southern Company
Kenneth L. Lay, Enron Corporation
Richard B. Priory, Duke Energy Corporation
David L. Sokol, MidAmerican Energy Holding Company

Energy Company of the Year
Enron Corporation
Duke Energy Corporation
Reliant Energy
Southern Company
Tractebel S.A./N.V.

ENDS

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