WATCHING WASHINGTON OTA'S VIEW OF ENERGY

With Patrick Crow On the surface, there appears little reason for Congress to be debating national energy strategy legislation, And some observers think that lack of motivation may be the greatest barrier to passage of an energy bill this session. Today, who could ask for lower gasoline prices, lower natural gas prices, or more ample supplies? But the congressional Office of Technology Assessment thinks today's complacent market hides less benign long term trends.

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