Oil giants look to gas and power trading

Asset-poor Enron Corp may have stumbled by the wayside, but two highly respected global energy companies with abundant assets are adopting a key element of the bankrupt Houston company’s strategy to expand their own business.

In recent months, Royal Dutch/Shell Group and BP have turned increasingly to wholesale trading as a means of marketing their products and services. The two firms have set up large trading operations in Europe and North America, including groups that trade natural gas and

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