Washington DC – ASPO-USA conducted a news conference today on the steps of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) headquarters to express deep concerns about the reliability of projections for future oil and gas supplies by DOE and the Energy Information Administration. Representatives of ASPO-USA, delivered comments and presented a letter to DOE Secretary Steven Chu which outlines these concerns and asks for answers to seven specific questions. The letter also urges DOE to initiate and lead the development a National Oil Emergency Response Plan. A staff member from the Office of the Secretary was on hand to receive the letter.
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