DOE MASKS ENERGY POLICY PROBLEMS

Hazel O'Leary is not the first person to have become the top U.S. energy official without knowing much about the oil and gas industry. There was a time when the Department of Energy came into being, to be exact - when officialdom treated industry experience as an ethical drawback for energy regulators. Compared with her predecessors, O'Leary looks richly qualified to be Secretary of Energy: She worked as executive vice-president for corporate affairs at a Minneapolis

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