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1536 1970

COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSULAR AFFAIRS

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

WAYNE N. ASPINALL, Colorado, Chairman JAMES A. HALEY, Florida

JOHN P. SAYLOR, Pennsylvania, ED EDMONDSON, Oklahoma

Ranking Minority Member WALTER S. BARING, Nevada

E. Y. BERRY, South Dakota ROY A. TAYLOR, North Carolina

CRAIG HOSMER, California HAROLD T. JOHNSON, California

JOE SKUBITZ, Kansas HUGH L, CAREY, New York

LAURENCE J. BURTON, Utah MORRIS K. UDALL, Arizona

JOHN KYL, Iowa PHILLIP BURTON, California

SAM STEIGER, Arizona JOHN V. TUNNEY, California

HOWARD W. POLLOCK, Alaska THOMAS S. FOLEY, Washington

JAMES A. MCCLURE, Idaho ROBERT W. KASTENMEIER, Wisconsin DON H. CLAUSEN, California JAMES G. O'HARA, Michigan

PHILIP E. RUPPE, Michigan WILLIAM F. RYAN, New York

JOHN WOLD, Wyoming PATSY T. MINK, Hawaii

JOHN N. HAPPY CAMP, Oklahoma JAMES KEE, West Virginia

MANUEL LUJAN, JR., New Mexico LLOYD MEEDS, Washington

JORGE L. CÓRDOVA, ABRAHAM KAZEN, JR., Texas

Resident Commissioner, Puerto Rico BILL D. BURLISON, Missouri

NEY L. MCFARLAND, Staj Director and Chief

LEWIS A. SIGLER, Counsel

MINES AND MINING

ED EDMONDSON, Chairman
WALTER S. BARING

LAURENCE J. BURTON
HUGH L, CAREY

E. Y. BERRY
PHILLIP BURTON

CRAIG HOSMER
THOMAS S. FOLEY

JOE SKUBITZ
JAMES G. O'HARA

JAMES A. MCCLURE
JAMES KEE

PHILIP E. RUPPE
ABRAHAM KAZEN, JR.

JOHN WOLD
WILLIAM L. SHAFER, Consultant on Mining and Minerals

Note: The chairman, Hon. Wayne N. Aspinall, and the ranking minority member, Hon. John P. Saylor, are ex officio members of each subcommittee.

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CONTENTS

arings held-

March 9, 1970:

Pago

Morning session.

1

Afternoon session.-

40

March 10, 1970:

Morning session..

101

Afternoon session..

135

March 16, 1970:

Morning session.

221

Afternoon session.

286

March 17, 1970:

Morning session

323

Afternoon session.

361

April 6, 1970:

Morning session...

429

April 7, 1970:

Morning session..

527

April 23, 1970:

Morning session.

579

April 24, 1970:

Morning session.

659

Appendix...

685

Statements:

Albert, Hon. Carl, a Representative in Congress from the State of

Oklahoma

579

Boren, Hon. David L., Oklahoma State Representative.

582, 603

Brennan, Joseph P., director of marketing and research, United Mine

Workers of America (plus additional information).

545

Table.—Total coal production in the United States versus con-

sumption by steel industry and exports, 1969.

555

McClanahan, W. W., Jr., executive vice president, National Coal

Policy Conference, Inc., to Hon. Ed Edmondson, dated May 1,

1970 (letter)

557

Table.—Total estimated remaining coal resources of the United

States, January 1, 1967..

558

Table.— Residual oil imports into District 1.

565

· Bruce, David S., chairman of the PetroChem Group of Petrochemical

Companies..

676

Burch, Robert, president, Rocky Mountain Oil & Gas Association... 253

Estimated U.S. petroleum supply and demand 1970, 1975, and
1980 (attachment to Mr. Burch's statement)-

256
Effect price reduction would have upon the State of Kansas (sup-
plied by Mr. Skubitz).

260
Independent producers-exploration and development ex-
penditures and production 1961 and 1965 (table)

269
Jones, L. Dan, Independent Petroleum Association of America,

to Hon. Ed Edmondson, dated March 25, 1970 (information on
listing of members)--

273
Rocky Mountain Oil & Gas Association (membership infor-
mation)

274
Byrd, Richard C., general counsel, Interstate Oil Compact Commis-
sion (plus charts and tables) -

486, 497

Campbell, J. H., president, on behalf of Consumers Power Co.

702

Clay, Herbert D., chairman, American Gas Association..

430

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606

679

135

135

144

Statement-Continued

Córdova, Hon. Jorge L., Resident Commissioner from Puerto Rico..

DeMaras, James, H., Jr., executive vice president, Independent Re-

finers Association of California, Inc.
Dial, Morse G., Jr., regional vice president, Union Carbide Corp., for

Celanese Corp., the Dow Chemical Co., Eastman Kodak Co.,
Monsanto Co., National Distillers & Chemical Corp., Olin Corp.,

Publicker Industries, Inc., and Union Carbide Corp--
Dole, Hon. Hollis M., Assistant Secretary of Mineral Resources,
Department of the Interior (plus additional information)-

Biographical sketches:

Wilson M. Laird, and Joseph Jacob Simmons III..

U.S. energy requirements, 1969–85 (table).-

Assumptions for energy resource demand forecast, supplied by

Secretary Dole..

Estimated freight costs of imports in tankers 1968 (table)---

Balance of payments for 1968 and first quarter of 1969:

Table A1.–Balances of major transactions (table).

Interior Department statements to the Cabinet Task Force on Oil

Import Control, relating to the costs of the oil import program,

plus additional information for the record supplied by Mr. Dole-

Ricca, John, deputy director, Office of Oil and Gas, to Mr.

Phillip Areeda, executive director, Cabinet Task Force on

Oil Import Control, dated September 19, 1969 (letter).

Table 1.-Cost of strategic oil reserve-present import control

program-potentially attractive alternative programs.

Table 2.-Decade cost of the program to the Federal Treasury,

1971-80..

Program mix to equate marginal cost of import program and

alternative program.-

Cost of the present import control program-

The cost of the oil import quota program: A reconciliation of the

Adelman, Blair, Charles River Associates, and U.S. Department

of the Interior estimates..

Table 1.--1975 and 1980 estimates of demand, supply, and

imports of crude oil and natural gas liquids-

Table 2.-Values of cost breakdown depending upon assumed

domestic production capabilities with no import quota

program.

Table 3.–Summary of cost estimates -

Appendix:

Derivation of costs given in table 2.

Table 4.–Values of cost breakdown depending upon as-

sumed domestic production capabilities with no import

quota program-

Table 5.-- Additional domestic production purchased with

import quota program depending upon existence of pro-

rationing and upon domestic production capability-

Table 6.—Cost to the Nation of oil purchased by the import

quota program depending upon the existence of pro-

rationing and upon domestic production capabilities ---

Appraisal:

Fact paper A-1. Cost to the consumer (R. Homet)

Fact paper B-1. Cost to the consumer (supersedes A-1)

Report-The estimated cost of crude oil storage in salt domes

(by T. M. Garland, J. A. West, and A. J. Warner).

Table 1.-Cost of strategic oil reserver-present import

control program, potentially attractive alternative pro-

grams...

Computation of annual cost per barrel using 1980

6-month supply figures..

Table 2.-Annual crude oil supply and storage facilities

requirements.

Table 3.— Yearly expenditures for storage in salt domes ..

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