Serial No. 107-45: President's National Energy Policy, Parts 1 & 2: Clean Coal Technology and Oil and Gas R&D; Hydrogen and Nuclear Energy R&D Legislation: Hearing before the Subcommittee on Energy, Committee on Science, United States, House of Representatives, One Hundred and Seventh Congress, First Session, June 12 and 14, 2001   [open pdf - 757KB]

From the hearing charter: "The President's National Energy Policy developed by the National Energy Policy Development (NEPD) Group chaired by Vice President Cheney recommended that: (1) the Department of Energy (DOE) invest $2 billion to fund research in clean coal technology; (2) DOE and the Department of the Interior promote enhanced oil and gas recovery from existing wells through new technology; and (3) DOE improve oil and gas exploration technology through continued partnership with public and private entities. The purpose of the hearing is to examine the current status of coal and oil and gas technologies and R&D efforts, and the extent to which technologies derived from this R&D will extend the life of these resources." Statements, letters, and materials submitted for the record include those of the following: Roscoe Bartlett, Jerry F. Costello, Ken Calvert, Sheila Jackson Lee, Lynn Woolsey, Nick Smith, Robert S. Kripowicz, Ben Yamagata, James E. Wells, Katherine Abend, John S. Mead, Virginia B. Lazenby, Paul L. Cuneo, Craig W. Van Kirk, Alan Huffman, David K. Garman, H.M. Hubbard, Arthur T. Katsaros, David P. Haberman, Dr. Peter Lehman, Lindsey O. Graham, Judy Biggert, Joe F. Colvin, William D. Magwood, IV, John F. Kotek, and Anna Aurilio.

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