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" I urge that highest national priority be given to expanded development and utilization of our coal resources. Present and potential users who are able to choose among energy sources should consider the national interest as they make their choice. Each... "
Background Readings - Page 68
by Industrial College of the Armed Forces (U.S.) - 1974
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Hearings, Reports and Prints of the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy

United States. Congress. Joint Committee on Atomic Energy - 1974 - 1660 pages
...resources are not being developed because of uncertainty about Federal and State mining regulations. I urge that highest national priority be given to...and raising the cost of meeting our energy needs. In my State of the Union Message on Natural Resources and the Environment earlier this year, I called...
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Coal Policy Issues: Hearings Pursuant to S. Res. 45, a National Fuels and ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs - 1974 - 1392 pages
...year Preside Xixon said, in part : Present and potential users who are able to choose among energy should consider the national interest as they make...national self-sufficiency and raising the cost of meeting oar energy needs. Those of us who are faced with decisions as to the use of coal have, in the past,...
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Executive Energy Messages: Printed at the Request of Henry M. Jackson ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Interior and Insular Affairs Committee - 1975 - 344 pages
...resources are not being developed because of uncertainty about Federal and State mining regulations. • , I urge that highest national priority be given to...and raising the cost of meeting our energy needs. In my State of the Union Message on Natural Resources and the Environment earlier this year, I called...
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Petroleum Product Shortages: Hearings, Ninety-third Congress, First Session ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs - 1975 - 536 pages
...resources are not being developed because of uncertainty about Federal and State mining regulations. I urge that highest national priority be given to...petroleum or gas consumption, compromising our national self-sufficienc.v and raising the cost of meeting our energy needs. In my State of the Union Message...
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Environmental Implications of Coal Conversion: Hearing Before the ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Environment and Public Works. Subcommittee on Environmental Pollution - 1977 - 144 pages
...coal substitution authority nor did he ask Congress to act. Instead, he urged only voluntary action: "Present and potential users who are able to choose...and raising the cost of meeting our energy needs." Id. 48. 'd at 21:0104. In order to encourage coal use, the President suggested that the Clean Air Act...
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Environmental Implications of Coal Conversion: Hearing Before the ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Environment and Public Works. Subcommittee on Environmental Pollution - 1977 - 134 pages
...coal substitution authority nor did he ask Congress to act. Instead, he urged only voluntary action: "Present and potential users who are able to choose...increases petroleum or gas consumption, compromising nur national self-sufficiency and raising the cost of meeting our energy needs." Id 48. Id at 21:0104....
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Report

United States. Office of Coal Research - 1973 - 454 pages
...Nixon highlighted the importance ot coal's future role in his Energy Message of April, 1973, declaring: I urge that highest national priority be given to...and raising the cost of meeting our energy needs. To help ease the emerging energy crisis, the OCR — working in concert with private industry — is...
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Annual Report - Office of Coal Research

United States. Office of Coal Research - 1969 - 572 pages
...Nixon highlighted the importance of coal's future role in his Energy Message of April, 1973, declaring: I urge that highest national priority be given to...their choice. Each decision against coal increases |»troleum or gas consumption, compromising our national self-sufficiency and raising the cost of meeting...
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Information Circular

1974 - 836 pages
...Federal and State strip mining regulations. While recognizing all these problems, the President said, "I urge that highest national priority be given to...development and utilization of our coal resources. " So far, so good. But I must say in candor that the coal industry does not feel the President went...
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