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Increasing U.S. Natural Gas Supplies: Discussion Paper and Recommendations from the National Commission on Energy Policy

Report, National Commission on Energy Policy

Author: John P. Holdren, Former Director and Faculty Chair, Science, Technology and Public Policy Program

Belfer Center Programs or Projects: Science, Technology, and Public Policy; Energy Technology Innovation Policy

 

Committee Members: Marilyn Brown, Ralph Cavanagh, Archie W. Dunham, Rodney Ellis, Leo Gerard, F. Henry Habicht, John P. Holdren, Paul L. Joskow, Andrew Lundquist, Mario J. Molina, Sharon L. Nelson, William K. Reilly, John W. Rowe, Philip R. Sharp, Linda Stuntz, Susan Tierney, R. James Woolsey and Martin B. Zimmerman.

Executive Director: Jason Grumet

 

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Full text of this publication is available at:
http://www.energycommission.org/ewebeditpro/items/O82F3270.pdf

For Academic Citation:

National Commission on Energy Policy (Co-Chairs John P. Holdren, William K. Reilly, John W. Rowe; Congressional Chair Philip R. Sharp; Executive Director Jason Grumet). Increasing U.S. Natural Gas Supplies: Discussion Paper and Recommendations from the National Commission on Energy Policy. Washington, D.C.: Report for National Commission on Energy Policy, 10 2003.

Document Length: 19 pp.

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