IOGCC: States must coordinate efforts to protect US energy infrastructure

01/14/2002
US state governments must work together to protect the nation's energy infrastructure from attack, urges the new chairman of the Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission.Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee made the comment after being installed as IOGCC chairman at the group's annual meeting last month in Santa Fe, NM. IOGCC represents the governors of oil and natural gas producing states.Twin security threat"The security and integrity of our energy industry are imperiled by two threats-the physical threat represented by the terrorists of Sept. 11 and the economic threat of the present recession," Huckabee said. "Either threat alone could be sufficient to cause grave damag...
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