June 2002

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: IEA assesses energy policies of U.S.

The International Energy Agency has released an in-depth review of U.S. energy policies. In the assessment, the Paris-based organization stresses the importance of a coherent policy em..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

The International Energy Agency has released an in-depth review of U.S. energy policies. In the assessment, the Paris-based organization stresses the importance of a coherent policy emerging - a process initiated by The National Energy Policy, published in May 2001. "A secure energy supply is essential to underpin economic growth; and that energy needs to be produced and used efficiently and in an environmentally responsible manner," says Robert Priddle, IEA's executive director.    General energy policy. U.S. energy policy is in transition. The National Energy Policy, now the subject of Congressional

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