NPC outlines plans for world oil and gas supply study

The National Petroleum Council outlined plans June 21 for a global oil and gas study that its members hope will lead to better government energy policies and increased public understanding of energy issues.“We have an historic opportunity to foster serious discussion, enhance public understanding of the oil and gas industry’s complex structure, and create a climate for better policymaking,” said Alan J. Kelly, a former corporate planning manager at ExxonMobil Corp. and chair of the study’s coordinating committee.US Energy Sec. Samuel W. Bodman asked NPC to undertake the study on Oct. 5, 2005, and consider three basic questions: what the future holds for global oil ...

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