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Citizens Energy accepts $25m of oil from Venezuela

Kennedy seeks to defuse potential criticism

Citgo chief executive Alejandro Granado (right) and Joseph P. Kennedy II, Citizens Energy founder, were in Braintree. Citgo chief executive Alejandro Granado (right) and Joseph P. Kennedy II, Citizens Energy founder, were in Braintree. (Stephan Savoia/Associated Press)
By Peter J. Howe
Globe Staff / December 11, 2007

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BRAINTREE - He may have been named for a former ambassador to the king of England. And he may have been sitting in front of Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez's American ambassador. (Full article: 578 words)

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