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CorrectionAn expansionof the Tarong power plant in Queensland, Australia, was incorrectly described as being natural gas-fired (OGJ, Jan. 3, 2000, Newsletter). The 450-Mw expansion will be fired on coal.PipelinesA crude oil pipeline in Sudanwas damaged by a bomb on Jan. 16 at a point 53 miles southwest of Port Sudan. The resulting fire was extinguished quickly, and most of the spilled oil was captured in trenches, says Talisman Energy Inc., Calgary, a partner in the project. No injuries were reported. Oil was expected to resume flowing on Jan. 18 through the line to Beshair terminal on the Red Sea. Damages were estimated at about $400,000. The government blames the Bejah Congress for the ...

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