DOE'S NEW ACTIVIST ROLE TURNS SPOTLIGHT ON U.S. OIL AND GAS SUPPLY, USE

Patrick Crow Washington Editor A little more than a year ago, Deputy Energy Sec. W. Henson Moore predicted before a group of oilmen the Bush administration's Department of Energy was about to undergo a big change. "You're going to see an activist department you've never seen before," Moore told executives serving on the National Petroleum Council, the energy secretary's advisory group. Since then, that transformation has begun under Energy Sec. James D. Watkins. Under key points

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