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Citgo continues support of free heating oil plan

Venezuelan firm says it never ended deal with Citizens Energy

Citizens Energy's Joseph P. Kennedy II (left) shares a light moment with program recipient Matilda Winslow and Citgo's Alejandro Granado (right). Citizens Energy's Joseph P. Kennedy II (left) shares a light moment with program recipient Matilda Winslow and Citgo's Alejandro Granado (right). (Globe Staff Photo / Dina Rudick)
By Nicole C. Wong and Todd Wallack
Globe Staff / January 8, 2009

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It turns out you'll be able to call Joe for free oil after all. Venezuelan company Citgo Petroleum Corp. said yesterday it plans to continue supporting a program run by Joseph P. Kennedy II that provides free heating oil to 200,000 low-income households in 23 states, including Massachusetts - just two days after Kennedy said Citgo was indefinitely suspending the ... (Full article: 614 words)

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