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Enron Supplying Electric Power in India The Dabhol Power Project Written by Alex Economides Seema Singh Jessica Principe Elliot Zeitune Middlesex University London 05052001 Table of Contents Executive summarypage 1 Background informationpage 2 Tables of figures page 3 Opportunities for electricity generation page 4 Original terms of the projectpage 4 Criticisms of the projectpage 5 Enron and India renegotiatepage 5 Conclusionpage 6 Bibliographypage 8 Executive Summary Our case study starts with background information behind the Enron Dabhol project in India We first give a brief history of Enron how they are based in Texas and how an agreement for a partnership between the American company and India came about We then explain where the Dabhol Company comes into the picture Next we explain the problems the project had from the start Many aspects of the contract were criticised Among the biggest obstacles Enron would face are the conflict between federal governments and state governments the culture of India and a change in the dominant political power in India Because of all of these factors Enron and India were forced to renegotiate We go on to explain the opportunities large multi-national companies have on developing countries such as India India was in desperate need of electricity in order to allow their economy to grow and expand creating more jobs for the country and more opportunities for wealth creation Enron would profit greatly especially in the long run from a contract with India The terms of the original contract between Enron and India are now discussed Initially they stated Enron would operate the plant for 20 years the power would be sold at a price of 747 per kilowatt-hour and Enron would hold 80 percent of the equity We then explain that while India would benefit from the
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