Abraham: Lower prices not a sign of end to energy woes

US Energy Sec. Spencer Abraham said that despite easing concerns about prices and supplies, the US still faces a significant energy crisis.Abraham, who spoke July 19 at the San Francisco Bay Area Council, promoted the energy policy proposals that the administration of President George W. Bush has pending before Congress.He said, "It is my personal belief that California has been treated a bit unfairly by the editorialists and pundits. California is not the only state in America that faces energy challenges. California is not alone in facing rapidly increasing demand for energy and a relatively slow growth in energy supply. Nor is California the only place where the energy infrastructure i...

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