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Ameren Corporation

About Ameren Corporation
St. Louis-based Ameren Corporation, trading on the New York Stock Exchange as AEE, is among the nationís largest investor-owned utilities with nearly $23 billion in assets. Ameren is the largest electric utility in Missouri and the second largest in Illinois. Amerenís 8,500 employees provide energy services to 2.4 million electric customers and 900,000 natural gas customers throughout its 64,000 square mile territory. Learn more at www.Ameren.com



Ameren Corporation registered with NukeWorker on 07/07/2016. They have posted a total of 1 jobs on our system, and curently have 0 jobs avaliable.


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