CLINTON MOVES TO FILL VACANCIES ON FERC PANEL

President Clinton has nominated four persons for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and named Commissioner Elizabeth Moler permanent chairman of the U.S. agency. For the first time in many years, FERC will not have a member closely acquainted with oil and gas production. Moler, the only commissioner remaining from President Bush's Republican administration, has been acting chairman since last Feb. 5. She was senior counsel to the Senate energy committee before joining FERC in 1988.

Apr 26th, 1993
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