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Ameren Announces Promotion of Illinois Energy Delivery, Fuels Services, Energy Marketing and Generation Executives
Gary L. Rainwater, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Ameren Corporation (NYSE: AEE), announced today that Energy Delivery Vice President for Illinois Operations Scott A. Cisel has been promoted to the business line title of president of Illinois Energy Delivery. Cisel also becomes president of AmerenCILCO, AmerenCIPS and AmerenIP---the company's Illinois-based utility subsidiaries. He reports to David A.Whiteley, senior vice president, Energy Delivery for Ameren Corporation.

Senior Vice President AmerenEnergy Generating R. Alan Kelley has also been promoted to senior vice president of Generation and will direct operations for all Ameren's fossil and hydroelectric generating plants. He will also assume the title of senior vice president, AmerenUE. Kelley has also been named president of AmerenEnergy Generating Company and AmerenEnergy Resources Generating Company, both non rate-regulated subsidiaries of Ameren Corporation.

In addition, Scott A. Glaeser, manager of Gas Supply and Transportation, has been promoted to vice president, Gas Supply, and Robert K. Neff, manager, Coal Supply and Transportation, has been promoted to vice president, Coal Supply. Both Glaeser and Neff are officers of the non rate-regulated AmerenEnergy Fuels & Services Company (AFS), which provides fuel and energy-related products and services for Ameren and its affiliated operating companies. Both Glaeser and Neff report to Vice President of AFS Michael G. Mueller, who becomes president of AFS. Andrew M. Serri, vice president, Marketing and Trading, becomes president, AmerenEnergy Marketing Company (AEM). AEM is the company's non rate- regulated energy marketing and trading subsidiary.

All assume their new positions effective Oct. 15. Kelley, Mueller and Serri report to Thomas R. Voss, senior vice president, Generation.

With assets of $17 billion, Ameren, through its subsidiaries, serves 2.3 million electric customers and 900,000 natural gas customers in a 64,000 square- mile area of Missouri and Illinois.

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