End notes

1 World Energy Council, Survey of Energy Resources 2001.

2 International Energy Annual 2001, published by the EIA (March 2003).

3 Figures are quoted from European Natural Gas Supplies, Key Note, Power Economics (October 2002), pp. 24-27.

4 World Energy Council, Survey of Energy Resources, 2001.

5 Non-OEMs on their metal, James Varley, Modern Power Systems (May 2003), pp. 26-29.

6 CCGT plant progress: a Portuguese perspective, James Varley, Modern Power Systems (January 2003), pp. 25-26.

7 Humidified Gas Turbines, Arthur Cohn, presented at the Fourth Seminar on Combined Cycle Gas Turbines, British Institute of Mechanical Engineering, 1998.

8 Humidified Gas Turbines, Arthur Cohn, presented at the Fourth Seminar on Combined Cycle Gas Turbines, British Institute of Mechanical Engineering, 1998.

9 Annual Energy Outlook 2004, US Energy Information Administration. 10 Is gas really cheapest? Shimon Awerbuch, Modern Power Systems

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