Energy Emergency Prepardness Act Aemdments of 1983 and the International Energy Agency Program: Hearing Before the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, United States Senate, Ninety-eighth Congress, First Session, on S. 1678 ... and the IEA Program October 19, 1983
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activities actual additional Administration allocation amended antitrust appropriate Assistant Association authority barrels believe bill california Chairman Committee companies concerns Congress consumers continue contract controls countries crude oil defense demand Department determine develop disruption distribution domestic drawdown economic effects emergency preparedness energy emergency EPCA established executive existing expected Federal fill rate fiscal fuel future Group impact implement important increase indicated industry interest International Energy Agency inventory issues laws limited major measures meet million Natural necessary obligations Office oil prices oil supply operation participation percent period petroleum products plan of action President problems proposed questions reduce request Reserve response result Secretary Senator severe sharing shortage specific spot prices SPR oil stocks Strategic Petroleum Reserve subsection supply supply disruption tion United voluntary agreements
739 ページ - Distribution Plan is required by a severe energy supply interruption or by obligations of the United States under the international energy program.
654 ページ - ... especially equipped for the accommodation of such patients or elsewhere where authorized under other provisions of law, and shall be designed to rehabilitate such persons? to restore them to health, and, where necessary, to train them to be selfsupporting and self-reliant ; but nothing in this section or in this part shall be construed to limit the authority of the Surgeon General under other provisions of law to provide for the conditional release of patients and for aftercare under supervision.
638 ページ - Government employees may be allowed transportation and not to exceed $15 per diem in lieu of subsistence while away from their homes or regular places of business for the purpose of participating in the executive reserve training program.
625 ページ - It also requires the development of preparedness programs and the expansion of productive capacity and supply beyond the levels needed to meet the civilian demand, in order to reduce the time required for full mobilization in the event of an attack on the United States.
512 ページ - Independent Connecticut Petroleum Association Florida Petroleum Marketers Association Georgia Oilmen's Association Idaho Oil Marketers Association Illinois Petroleum Marketers Association Indiana Oil Marketers Association, Inc.
586 ページ - So far as possible, operations under the Act shall be carried on by full-time, salaried employees of the Government, and appointments under this authority shall be to advisory or consultative positions only...
636 ページ - In the appointment of personnel and in assignment of their duties, the head of the department or agency involved shall take steps to avoid, to as great an extent as possible, any conflict between the governmental duties and the private interests of such personnel.
641 ページ - ... in which he owns, or within 60 days preceding his appointment has owned, any stocks, bonds, or other financial interests and the names of any partnerships in which he is, or was within...
651 ページ - ... a certification in writing, published in the Federal Register, that the national interest would be served by such action or appearance by the former officer or employee.
578 ページ - If funds are available in any given fiscal year after fiscal year 1982 to achieve an average annual fill rate higher than the minimum required fill rate in effect under subparagraph (c) , the minimum required fill rate shall be the highest practicable fill rate achievable, subject to the availability of appropriated funds.