US Senate panel seeks energy ideas from Norton, Bodman

11/07/2005
Interior Sec. Gale A. Norton and Energy Sec. Samuel W. Bodman probably expected to spend most of their time discussing their agencies’ responses to Hurricanes Katrina and Rita when they went before the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee on Oct. 27.The hearing’s title was “Hurricane Recovery Efforts.” But committee members were more interested in hearing whether the two members of President George W. Bush’s Cabinet had any fresh ideas about expanding US oil and gas production and increasing domestic refining capacity.“You can tell, Mr. Secretary, that there’s a high degree of frustration over our inability to get our arms around this ene...
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