DOE STEPS UP CAMPAIGN TO BOLSTER U.S. OIL AND GAS PRODUCTION

12/19/1994
The U.S. Department of Energy is more involved than ever before in promoting projects to help domestic operators produce oil and gas. In recent years, DOE's oil and gas research activities have blossomed under the encouragement of former Deputy Sec. Henson Moore and current Deputy Sec. Bill White, both of whom had long experience with the oil industry and were well versed in its problems and potential. Although both have tried to help producers with nonresearch initiatives, industry groups' dismay with the Bush administration's 'performance has carried over into the Clinton administration (OGJ, Sept. 19, p. 23). ...
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