WATCHING WASHINGTON DOLDRUMS AHEAD FOR ENERGY SCENE

With Patrick Crow If you think Washington policymakers have ignored the oil industry's problems this year, just wait until 1993. Consider this: The House and Senate have approved-in a manner that pretty much assures eventual passage - omnibus energy legislation that virtually sweeps the decks of pending energy issues. Although the legislation really does nothing to encourage U.S. oil production and only a little for the gas industry, congressmen will be in no hurry to take up new bills in

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