Enron Mail

Subject:Data Storage Trading
Date:Mon, 5 Jun 2000 11:44:00 -0700 (PDT)

Dear Mr. Skilling,

I would like to begin by stating that I love working for Enron and would=20
never even dream of working for any other company. However, after reading =
announcement made about the storage trading initiative on the Bloomberg=20
website I was a little disturbed. This is an idea I have been trying to=20
forward since October and presented it to Mr. David Cox (EBS) back in=20
November or December. Mr. Cox liked the idea and pulled me from Enron Glob=
Technology to Enron Corporate Reserach under Mr. Kaminski as an Analyst to=
help with other, EBS, initiatives while I developed this idea. =20
Unfortunately, no one seemed to be interested in pursuing this opportunity=
till now; however, it seems to me that we are now interested in pursuing th=
and therefore I would like to ask that I be given an opportunity to fully=
pursue and develop it. I am attaching a small presentation that I had=20
developed to present to Mr. Dimichele=01,s group. In this presentation you=
see that I am not only looking at storage as a traded commodity but several=
other features of the Internet that will be traded in the future. The reas=
I am bothering you with this is because I only saw your name mentioned in t=
Bloomberg report. Please let me know how you would like me to proceed with=
this. Please consider this e-mail confidential. Thank you.

url for the Bloomberg report:=20


Shalesh Ganjoo
Research Analyst
Enron Corporate Research
(713) 853-5807
(713) 417-3034 (cell)