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Cablegate: Contact Info Energy and Resources - Bangladesh

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UNCLAS DHAKA 002440

SIPDIS

EB/ENR KARL RIOS AND JOHN LEWANDOWSKI

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: ECON EMIN EPET ENRG
SUBJECT: CONTACT INFO ENERGY AND RESOURCES - BANGLADESH

REF: STATE 92600

Following information provided per reftel request:

Post: Bangladesh
Energy Reporting Officer: David Renz, Chief Economic &
Commercial Officer
Natural Rresources Reporting Officer: Same
Transfer date: July 2007
Phone: 8802-885-5500 Fax: 8802 882-4008
Email address: renzdx@state.gov (unclass)
Local mailing address:

6120 Dhaka Place
Washington, DC 20521-6120
(Unclassified Pouch)


U.S. Embassy
Madani Avenue
Baridhara, GPO Box 323
Dhaka-1212, Bangladesh
(Local Mailing Address)

Local Street Address of Embassy

Madani Avenue
Baridhara
Dhaka-1212, Bangladesh
(for international courier services)
THOMAS

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