US officials hopeful for full federal oil and gas R&D funding

05/21/2001
Strong support in Congress and within industry may help restore funding to oil and gas research programs that the US Department of Energy's budget proposal would cut, administration and industry officials have said."We still have moving targets," said Acting Assistant Sec. of Fossil Energy Robert Kripowicz on the sidelines of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists' Washington, DC, summit on energy policy late last month.Under DOE's proposed budget unveiled last month, research funding for oil and gas falls by 50% from $112 million in 2001 to $51.5 million in fiscal 2002. The department acknowledged those numbers could change pending the outcome of anticipated recomme...
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