Imports study

06/14/1999
Patrick Crow Washington, D.C. patc@ogjonline.com The U.S. Commerce Department is conducting an inquiry, under Sect. 232 of the Trade Expansion Act, to determine if rising imports of crude and products threaten national security. Commerce Sec. William Daley has pledged to expedite the process and report to the White House by July 26. There's no suspense about the ultimate conclusion. Similar investigations in 1975, 1979, 1988, and 1995 found rising imports were a national security threat then, and U.S. dependence on foreign crude is even higher today. The key question is what actions the Clinton administration will propose. If the study determines impo...
read-story

Why Register?

Non-subscribers can only view whitepapers by providing name, home and email address, phone number and other information and comment on/rate articles.

Why Subscribe?

Oil & Gas Journal subscribers with login credentials can access these premium features of OGJ Online:

  • Current Issue – an html version of the current week's issue of Oil & Gas Journal.
  • Past Issues – An Electronic OGJ Archive. A keyword-searchable archive of all issues of Oil & Gas Journal dating back to 1990; also searchable by issue date.
  • Market Journal – a weekly round-up of the oil and gas markets, with observations from leading analysts.
  • Editor's Perspective – a short article of insight and opinion by the Editor of Oil & Gas Journal.
  • OGJ Industry Stats – quick access to current industry statistics from Oil & Gas Journal.
  • OGJ Survey Downloads - quick access to exclusive reports from Oil & Gas Journal.

 

Subscriber Help or Subscribe

Oil & Gas Journal Subscribers: Have your subscription number (from the mailing label on the cover of your Oil & Gas Journal) and e-mail address ready to set up your online account through Customer Service Assistant.

If you're not an Oil & Gas Journal subscriber, start a subscription and gain access to the subscriber areas of OGJ Online now.

Stay Connected