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September 27, 2009


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I was gonna say "no", but you pointed out something that makes me think "maybe". The other way to do this, as you point out, is to do the upgrading in situ. My understanding is that a lot of the initial round of cost overruns were related to attempts to do just that, with the expenses of setting up upgrading facilities in the middle of nowhere being underestimated.

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