July 2000

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: HPImpact: U.S. observers argue energy policies

Leading policy makers, past and present, offer candid responses to a recent U.S. House Energy Subcommittee. The question posed: Is the U.S. headed in the right direction regarding energy policy and se..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Leading policy makers, past and present, offer candid responses to a recent U.S. House Energy Subcommittee. The question posed: Is the U.S. headed in the right direction regarding energy policy and security in general and oil and gas supplies in specific? Here's a sampling of the responses to this query. "My answer," said retired Admiral James Watkins, who served as Secretary of Energy from 1989 to 1993, "is a simple no." He charged the Clinton administration with failing to upgrade the nation's energy policy and with "apathy" for any increase in domestic oil and gas production. For example, said the former Energy Secretary, he was most perplexed by a pronouncement by President Clinton i

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