U.S. INDUSTRY TRIES TO FATHOM ROUTES TO CLINTON ENERGY GOALS

PATRICK CROW Washington Editor Now that Bill Clinton has taken office as U.S. president, he must cross the chasm between his promises for change and fulfillment of those promises. There's not much doubt about what direction the Clinton administration will take on energy issues (OGJ, Oct. 12, 1992, p. 21), particularly on use of natural gas, increased conservation, and environmental policy. But it's risky for outsiders to predict what precise routes the new administration might choose to

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