Tioga Energy VP Preston Roper's Presidential Pick

Kilcrease, April
February 2008
Red Herring;2/5/2008, p7
Trade Publication
An interview with Tioga Energy executive vice president Preston Roper is presented. He enumerates several issues that must be addressed by the next U.S. president, including climate change and health issues. He criticizes what President George W. Bush did with the Energy and Security Act. He explains his support for Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama.


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