Energy policy

Your "No time for energy policy" (OGJ, July 1, 2000, p. 21), deserved an immediate response, but I have been delayed by the pressing business of summer vacation.In my many years of subscribing to the Journal, I have never disagreed more completely with an editorial than this one. If there is ever a time to press for attention to energy policy that is better than an election year, I can't imagine when it would be. All too often we in the industry groan and moan over what our politicians do to us and not for us, yet hang back waiting for the return of better times before we press our case. In an election year, as with no other time, politicians wish to be on the right side of every issu...

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