Clarren, Rebecca; Cooper, Kim
December 2004
Oregon Business Magazine;Dec2004, Vol. 27 Issue 12, p10
Reports on the plan of electricity generating firm Calpine Corp. to put up a liquefied natural gas import site in Warrenton, near the port of Astoria in Oregon. Comments of Ron Larsen, property manager for the port, regarding the economic potential of the facility.


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