RESHAPING U.S. GAS MARKET KEY PART OF BILLS IN CONGRESS

Proposals to reform the U.S. natural gas market are a key element in National Energy Strategy (NES) bills filed in Congress. The Bush administration has recommended the five person board that oversees the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission be abolished and FERC's functions be rolled into the Department of Energy under the guidance of a single administrator appointed by the president. But key members of the House and Senate have said they will not consider such a change in this session of

Apr 8th, 1991
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