Energy Policy and Conservation Amendments Act of 1985: Hearing Before the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, United States Senate, Ninety-ninth Congress, First Session, on S. 979 ... May 1, 1985, Volume 4
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Page 24 - Chairman, this concludes my prepared testimony. I will be happy to answer any questions you or members of your subcommittee may have.
Page 183 - President may, by rule or order, require the allocation of, or the priority performance under contracts or orders (other than contracts of employment) relating to, supplies of materials and equipment in order to maximize domestic energy supplies if he makes the findings required by paragraph (3) of this subsection.
Page 23 - IEA countries. To obtain the advantages of increased use of gas on an acceptably secure basis, they agreed that: — their countries would seek to avoid undue dependence on any one source of gas imports and to obtain future gas supplies from secure sources, with emphasis on indigenous OECD sources.
Page 28 - It will be satisfactory simply to place it in the record. The CHAIRMAN. Without objection it will be placed in the record at this point.
Page 132 - ... response to supplement the record. Enclosed are the answers to those questions, which also have been sent directly to the Committee staff. If you have any questions, please have your staff call Ingrid Nelson or Cathy Hamilton on 252-4277.
Page 56 - Please let us know if we can be of further assistance to you. Sincerely yours, FOREST L.
Page 15 - Iwrj^s testimony, I will be happy to answer questions. The Chairman. Thank you very much. [The prepared statement of Mr. Brown may be found in additional material.] The Chairman. Mr. Iwry? Mr. Iwry. Thank you, Mr. Chairman, members of the committee. I am pleased to present the views of the Department of the Treasury on issues concerning hybrid pension plans, including cash balance pension...
Page 136 - It means an economically efficient, flexible energy system in which the mix of energy supplies is appropriate to support economic growth and adequate to permit producers and consumers to choose freely among a range of energy options. Balance and diversity avoid undue dependence on any single energy source.
Page 119 - Act was formulated in the conference between the conferees of the Senate Finance Committee and the House Committee on Ways and Means...
Page 177 - Arabia cannot possibly be regarded as a national security threat. See, Resource Systems Institute, East-West Center, The Changing Structure of the World Refining Industry; Implications for the United States and Other Major Consuming Nations (Prepared for US Department of Energy) (Feb. 1985), at vi, 58.