House committee passes new energy supply bill

Laws, Forrest
October 2005
Southeast Farm Press;10/19/2005, Vol. 32 Issue 24, p3
Trade Publication
Repots on the passage of the National Energy Supply Diversification and Disruption Prevention Act that would allow natural gas production in federal waters of the outer continental shelf by the House Resources Committee in the U.S. Use of Hurricane Katrina and Rita to try to pass legislation that would open a portion of the Arctic National Wildlife Refugee to drilling for oil; Promotion of safe energy production; Development of the domestic sources of energy.


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