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NATIONAL FUELS AND ENERGY POLICY STUDY
(SENATE RESOLUTION 45, 92D CONGRESS) This publication is printed for the use of Senators participating in the National Fuels and Energy Policy Study, authorized by Senate Resolution 45 of the 92d Congress.
Senate Resolution 45, introduced by Senators Jennings Randolph and Henry M. Jackson, was amended and agreed to by the Senate on May 3, 1971. The resolution authorized the Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs and ex-officio members of the Committees on Commerce and Public Works and the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy to make a comprehensive study of programs and policies required to meet national energy needs.
Subsequently, the Senate approved the addition of ex-officio members from the Committees on Aeronautical and Space Sciences, on Finance, on Foreign Relations, on Government Operations, and on Labor and Public Welfare.
COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSULAR AFFAIRS
HENRY M. JACKSON, Washington, Chairman FRANK CHURCH, Idaho
PAUL J. FANNIN, Arizona LEE METCALF, Montana
CLIFFORD P. HANSEN, Wyoming J. BENNETT JOHNSTON, Louisiana
MARK O. HATFIELD, Oregon JAMES ABOUREZK, South Dakota
JAMES A. MCCLURE, Idaho
DEWEY F. BARTLETT, Oklahoma
GRENVILLE GARSIDE, Special Counsel and Staff Director
WILLIAM J. VAN NESS, Chief Counsel
OWEN J. MALONE, Senior Counsel
Ex-OFFICIO MEMBERS FOR NATIONAL FUELS AND ENERGY POLICY STUDY
Matties, Charles R., President-Elect, National Congress of Petroleum