Gas supply, energy bill on US political agenda

Natural gas, with its static domestic supplies and rising prices, is the biggest single energy issue in Washington, DC, as 2005 gets under way. But oil and gas association leaders also consider passage of comprehensive energy legislation an essential goal as the new Congress arrives and President George W. Bush begins his second term."We have a new Congress, a new administration, a new energy secretary, and new congressional staff members and committee chairmen," said John C. Felmy, the American Petroleum Institute's chief economist and director of policy and statistics. "We'll have to see what they can accomplish, given the experience of the past couple of years where they got th...

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