Duke Energy licenses OpenLink’s multi-commodity trading and risk management system

Duke Energy will use Endur to enhance its energy commodities and emissions trading, risk management and accounting capabilities. “OpenLink will provide Duke Energy with the front-through-back-office solutions necessary to manage our energy trading, risk management and operational requirements,” said Terry Aschbacher, DENA vice president of commercial technology.

CARNEYS POINT & LOGAN TOWNSHIPS, N.J., May 24, 2001 — The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) today recognized PG&E National Energy Group’s Carneys Point and Logan Generating Plants for their outstanding commitment to environmental protection.

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