Cost of Living Council - Federal Energy Office: Procedures Concerning Petroleum Price Increases: Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Government Operations, House of Representatives, Ninety-third Congress, Second Session, 第 2 部

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372 ページ - States to permit such refineries to operate at full capacity; (F) equitable distribution of crude oil, residual fuel oil, and refined petroleum products at equitable prices among all regions and areas of the United States and sectors of the petroleum industry, including independent refiners, small refiners, nonbranded independent marketers, branded independent marketers, and among all users...
481 ページ - The President is hereby authorized (1) to require that performance under contracts or orders (other than contracts of employment) which he deems necessary or appropriate to promote the national defense shall take priority over performance under any other contract or order ,and for the purpose of assuring such priority, to require acceptance and performance of such contracts or orders in preference to other contracts or orders by any person he finds to be capable of their performance, and (2) to allocate...
436 ページ - A seller may not charge a price for an item subject to this subpart which exceeds the weighted average price at which the item was lawfully priced by the seller in transactions with the class of purchaser concerned on May 15, 1973, plus an amount which reflects, on a dollar- for-dollar basis, the increased product costs concerned.
482 ページ - The powers granted in this section shall not be used to control the general distribution of any material in the civilian market unless the President finds (1) that such material is a scarce and critical material essential to the national defense, and (2) that the requirements of the national defense for such material cannot otherwise be met without creating a significant dislocation of the normal distribution of such material in the civilian market...
304 ページ - ... for profit margin control and prenotification. The petroleum price regulations impose controls at four levels: producers, refiners, resellers, and retailers. Here is how prices at these levels are regulated, and here are some of the major substantive regulation changes which have been implemented : The price for domestically produced oil is based on the price that was charged for crude oil on May 15, 1973. That price has been increased on two occasions by a total of $1.35 a barrel during 1973....
509 ページ - Whenever a firm uses a landed cost which is computed by use of its customary accounting procedures, the Council may allocate such costs between the affiliated entities if it determines that such allocation is necessary to reflect the actual costs of those entities or the Council may disallow any costs which it determines to be in excess of the proper measurement of costs.
303 ページ - When the two-tier system was promulgated in August 1973 by the Cost of Living Council, the Council stated that it would continually monitor the ceiling prices of domestic crude petroleum and would periodically raise the ceiling price toward achieving parity with world prices. Between August 1973 and December 1973 world prices for crude increased sharply, creating a very wide spread between new and stripper crude prices and "old" crude prices under the two-tier system also widened. "New" oil prices...
517 ページ - ... but in this case there was such substantial evidence. Indeed, the evidence was preponderating that the decedent was staggering drunk at the very time of the accident, and all of the known facts point to...
435 ページ - An order which goes into effect or is permitted to remain in effect under paragraph (c) of this section or an order issued under paragraph (b) of this section is not subject to judicial or any other review with respect to any finding of fact or conclusion of law which could have been raised in the proceedings before the Council by the filing of a reply.
297 ページ - ... refiner-reseller rule was eliminated, thereby requiring refiners to include all product cost increases in the formula for allocation of increased product costs. The amended reseller rule, which eliminates refiner-resellers, continues to apply to any refiner entity which purchases or resells products as long as that entity does not purchase more than 5 percent of such product from the refiner. The amendment also makes clear that the reseller rule applies to all sales of crude petroleum except...