Federal Energy Administration

Comments of the Council on Wage and Price Stability Before the Federal Energy Administration: Proposed State Energy Conservation Plan Guidelines

by William Lilley July 9, 1976 Federal Energy Administration

Proposed Federal regulations to implement a program of financial assistance to the States in support of their energy conservation plans were criticized today by the Council on Wage and Price Stability. In comments made before the Federal Energy Administration (FEA), the Council suggested that the guidelines proposed by FEA to allocate funds could be modified […]

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Statement on Behalf of the Council on Wage and Price Stability of James C. Miller III Before the Federal Energy Administration: Energy Conservation Program For Appliances

by William Lilley June 9, 1976 Federal Energy Administration

The Council is pleased to have this opportunity to comment upon FEA’s proposal to establish targets pursuant to its energy conservation program for appliances, as published in the May 14, 1976, issue of the Federal Register. This proposal, issued under the authority and mandate of the Energy Policy and Conservation Act of 1975 (EPCA), is […]

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Before the Civil Aeronautics Board: Joint Petition for Emergency Procedures for emergency procedures to deal with fuel increases

by George C. Eads September 28, 1975 Civil Aeronautics Board

The Council on Wage and Price Stability, the Federal Energy Administration, and the United States Department of Transportatior hereby jointly petition the Civil Aeronautics Board to adopt emergency procedures by which the airline industry can deal with the anticipated surge of fuel prices beginning September 1, 1975. Specifically, the Board should determine some interim methodology by which carriers experiencing fuel cost increases […]

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Letter: From Geroge Eads to Mr. Alvin Cook, FEA: Coal Conversion Program

by George C. Eads June 18, 1975 Federal Energy Administration

Attached for your information is a copy of a letter from George Eads, Assistant Director for Government Operations and Research, to Mr. Alvin Cook, Director of the Office of Economic Impact, Federal Energy Administration (FEA), transmitting comments regarding FEA’s Inflation Impact Statement on the coal conversion program …

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Letter from George Eads, COWPS, to Mr. Alvin Cook, Federal Energy Administration

by George C. Eads June 16, 1975 Federal Energy Administration

Attached for your information is a copy of a letter from George Eads, Assistant Director for Government Operati oris and Research, to Mr. Alvin Cook, Director of the Office of Economic Impact, Federal Energy Administtation (FEA), commenting on FEA’s Inflation Impact Statement on Deregulation of Old Crude Oil Production.

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Memorandum to George Eads From Robert L. Greene: Coal Conversion

by Robert L. Green June 13, 1975 Federal Energy Administration
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Memorandum to George C. Eads from Robert L. Greene: Deregulation of Old Crude Production

by George C. Eads June 4, 1975 Federal Energy Administration

The Federal Energy Administration (FEA) proposes to deregulate the price of old crude over the next 25 months at the rate of 4 percent per month of the currently regulated 1972 base production level. The intent of the deregulation is to assist in attaining the President’s energy conservation program in which consumption of energy resources would be reduced and domestic production […]

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