Tapes Hint at Enron Tactics Ahead of Energy Crisis Newly released documents and tapes suggests Enron may have tried to drive up energy costs at least two years before the West Coast energy crisis in 2000-2001. In one tape, released by a Washington state public utility, an Enron trader and a power plant operator in Las Vegas appear to conspire to take a power plant off line.

Tapes Hint at Enron Tactics Ahead of Energy Crisis

Tapes Hint at Enron Tactics Ahead of Energy Crisis

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Newly released documents and tapes suggests Enron may have tried to drive up energy costs at least two years before the West Coast energy crisis in 2000-2001. In one tape, released by a Washington state public utility, an Enron trader and a power plant operator in Las Vegas appear to conspire to take a power plant off line.