Williams to open London marketing & trading office

“As one of the most profitable energy marketers in the U.S., we are prepared to offer the European market the same comprehensive energy management and trading services for which we have become known, including complete risk management and structured transactions, as well as commodity trading,” explains Tim Loposer, managing director of the new Williams London office.

Oct. 2, 2000—AES Corp. and EDF International SA, a unit of Electricité de France, reported they have agreed to jointly acquire the 11.68% interest in Brazil’s Light Servicos de Eletricidade SA (LSE) owned by two subsidiaries of Reliant Energy Inc. for $430 million.

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