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Energy Crisis / Government Oil Policy Hearings #228991

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 13, 1973
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(Studio) Govt. oil policy hearing considers mandatory versus voluntary allocation of oil by major companies Major oil companies testified today.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(DC) Major oil companies say making all-out effort to stop gas shortage. [Exxon Vice President W.T. SLICK, Junior - says price controls at retail level should be initiated. To include gas and home heating oil.] [Amoco representative W.R. PIERSON - states belief of created shortage by major companies for monopoly false and irresponsible.] [Adlai STEVENSON - thinks mandatory controls needed now to save little man.] [Union Oil representative William McCONNER - believes moratorium on pollution controls to help fuel shortage.]
REPORTER: Bernard Shaw

Mudd, Roger;
Shaw, Bernard

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