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Entergy Louisiana LLC on March 23 closed the sale of $750 million of its 4% collateral trust mortgage bonds due March 15, 2033.

The Entergy Corp. subsidiary plans to use the sale proceed to finance construction of the Lake Charles and St. Charles combined-cycle, gas-fired power facilities, repay about $375 million of its 6% first mortgage bonds due May 1, repay borrowings from the Entergy system money pool, repay about $100 million under its $350 million credit facility and for general corporate purposes.

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