Petroleum supply. Gas and other energy sources. Automobile efficiency and conservation

U.S. Government Printing Office, 1975 - 2072 pages

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Page 1204 - As mentioned earlier, there are some 10,000 companies and individual entrepreneurs engaged in the exploration for and production of crude oil and natural gas...
Page 1545 - The products of the territory of any contracting party imported into the territory of any other contracting party shall not be subject, directly or indirectly, to internal taxes or other internal charges of any kind in excess of those applied, directly or indirectly, to like domestic products.
Page 1247 - Many of us have worked for a long time on energy problems and therefore we feel the responsibility to speak out. The energy famine that threatens will require many sacrifices on the part of the American people, but these will be reduced if we marshal the huge scientific and technical resources of our country to improve the use of known energy sources.
Page 1234 - ... Committee on Ways and Means, 94 Cong. 1 sess. (GPO, 1975). 35. Jackson's staff suggested that the increase in energy prices implied by the Ford program would cost the average family $800. The FEA responded with an estimate of $235, later raised to $275. (FEA, Office of Economic Impact, Office of Analysis, "The Impact of the President's Proposed Energy and Economics Program on Net Energy Costs to Consumers...
Page 1247 - ... surveillance without parallel in the history of technology. As in any new technology there is a learning, period. Contrary to the scare publicity given to some mistakes that have occurred, no appreciable amount of radioactive material has escaped from any commercial US power reactor.
Page 1223 - Nothing could be further from the truth, as those of you with experience in science and engineering know. Even with a crash program, the time required between the successful laboratory demonstration of a concept for the conversion of an energy source to a usable form, and the actual significant implementation of this technology, varies from ten to thirty years, and it's usually closer to thirty.
Page 1461 - In part, the act directed the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency and the Secretary of the Department of...
Page 1222 - ... frightened into a state of irrationality by irresponsible scare stories about nuclear energy. A national energy policy must allow a large segment of our people to continue to aspire to- -and strive for- -a higher standard of living, and greater freedom and dignity for all.
Page 1246 - We, as scientists and citizens of the United States, believe that the Republic is in the most serious situation since World War II. Today's energy crisis is not a matter of just a few years but of decades.
Page 1470 - Mr. Chairman. It is a great pleasure to have this opportunity to...