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Company Overview of Black Hills Energy Ventures Inc.

Company Overview

Black Hills Energy Ventures Inc. provides production and marketing of electricity, coal, crude oil, and natural gas primarily in the Rocky Mountain region. The company operates a gas-fired co-generation power plant in Las Vegas, Nevada. Black Hills Energy was formerly known as The Independent Energy Group. The company is based in Rapid City, South Dakota. Black Hills Energy Ventures operates as a subsidiary of Black Hills Corporation.

625 9th Street

Rapid City, SD 57701-2428

United States



Key Executives for Black Hills Energy Ventures Inc.

President and Chief Operating Officer
Age: 62
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

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