House Appropriations Committee restores DOE oil, gas research funding

The House Appropriations Committee last week restored funds to oil and gas research programs that would have been cut under the US Department of Energy's latest budget proposal.The 2002 spending bill now moves to the full House for consideration. Senate budget-makers are just starting their appropriations process. The House committee kept the recommendations of an Interior subcommittee that voted on funding levels the prior week.That bill would give $56 million to DOE's fossil energy program for oil research and development, a $26 million increase from the White House's request and $1 million above the 2001 fiscal year funding. For natural gas, $40 million is earmarked, $19 mi...

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