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Subject:RE: Genesis Park
Date:Thu, 7 Dec 2000 05:35:00 -0800 (PST)

Thanks for the reply Sherri. I missed Jeff last night at Paul's so we
didn't get a chance to talk. Paul and I would appreciate the opportunity to
set up a meeting before the holidays. I know it's going to be tough given
everyone's tight schedules, but please find below some dates that work for
Paul and me:

Dec 11 afternoon; Dec 12 afternoon; Dec 13 10:30-2:00; Dec 15 afternoon; Dec
18/19/21 all day

Please let me know if any of these dates work so we can set a firm time. If
Jeff wants to combine with lunch, that would be great too. Thanks/Neil.

-----Original Message-----
From: Jeff.Skilling@enron.com [mailto:Jeff.Skilling@enron.com]
Sent: Wednesday, December 06, 2000 10:50 AM
To: Neil Kelley
Subject: Re: Genesis Park

Dear Neil,

Jeff asked me to let you know that he will be at Paul Hobby's open house
this evening and hopes to see you there to discuss Genesis Park and Vitol.
In the event you two do not cross paths there, please let me know and we'll
see what we can do to schedule a meeting before the end of the year.

Sherri Sera
Assistant to Jeff Skilling
713.646.8381 (fax)

Neil Kelley <NKelley@TQCap.com< on 12/01/2000 02:51:21 PM

To: "Jeff Skilling (E-mail)" <jeff.skilling@enron.com<

Subject: Genesis Park

Jeff, I've been meaning to corner you at one of the YPO functions to spend
minute discussing a couple of topics. First and foremost, I wanted to
introduce Genesis Park which is a "new economy" investment company that's
been recently founded here in Houston by Paul Hobby, Fred Lummis, Steve
Gibson, Peter Shaper, Bruce Herzog and myself. Paul and I were hoping to
have an opportunity to spend 30 minutes with you in the next few weeks to
describe in person what we're all about. And to be clear, we're not
for Enron money, we are raising money from private individuals. We've
already met with Jay Fitzgerald and Steve Horn to establish the
Enron/Genesis business relationship.

I also wanted to get your views on Enron's approach to oil trading and
whether the Vitol Group presented an opportunity. Frankly, I think Vitol
an excellent acquisition target although the success they've enjoyed in the
last year or two will make it a bit more difficult. They have an
unbelievable franchise, but they also have some fundamental weaknesses
could be exploited to Enron's benefit. I'm shooting in the dark here but
hopefully it's worth some discussion.

If you can free some time during this busy holiday period to meet, it would
be greatly appreciated. Paul and I could come to your office, or possibly
you could come to our "offices" over on Hermann Park. We're buying 17
on Hermann Park adjacent to the Park Lane Towers which we plan to develop
into a technology park. For the time being, we are officing in a high tech
shed on the property!

Please let me know. Thanks/Neil.