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Energy Crisis / Santa Barbara, California #472702

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Sep 20, 1973
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(Studio) Energy adviser John Love states United States to be in critical period of energy shortage till 1985.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Santa Barbara, California) All oil drilling suspended in Santa Barbara channel after oil spill in 1969. Gasoline shortage brings controversy up again. State begins hearings with regard to drilling. Oil companies and envtists. battle. [Sierra Club Larry MOSS - sharply resists new drilling.] [Oil and gas assocs. spokesperson D.G. COUVILLON - explains chances of oil spill occurring again highly unlikely.] ["Get oil out" representative Alvin WEINGAND - states foolproof methods unavailable to stop oil spill or prevent 1.]
REPORTER: Don Oliver

Chancellor, John;
Oliver, Don

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