WATCHING GOVERNMENT A CONGRESSIONAL BOOST FOR C.I.S. OIL

Oil production in the Commonwealth of Independent States is getting help from unusual quarters these days, the U.S. Congress. Twenty-one members of the House of Representatives have formed a caucus, the Congressional U.S.-Former Soviet Union Energy Institute, to promote energy trade between the U.S. and what once was the Soviet Union. Formed nearly a year ago, the caucus is pressing the U.S. government to devise a strategy for more effectively penetrating the former Soviet Union (FSU) energy

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