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COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE
HARLEY O. STAGGERS, West Virginia, Chairman
JAMES T. BROYHILL, North Carolina
TIM LEE CARTER, Kentucky
CLARENCE J. BROWN, Ohio
JOE SKUBITZ, Kansas
JAMES F. HASTINGS, New York
JAMES M. COLLINS, Texas
JOHN Y. MCCOLLISTER, Nebraska
H. JOHN HEINZ III, Pennsylvania
CARLOS J. MOORHEAD, California
MATTHEW J. RINALDO, New Jersey
W. E. WILLIAMSON, Clerk
SUBCOMMITTEE ON OVERSIGHT AND INVESTIGATIONS
JOHN E. MOSS, California, Chairman
JAMES M. COLLINS, Texas
NORMAN F. LENT, New York
MATTHEW J. RINALDO, New Jersey
SAMUEL L. DEVINE, Ohio
MICHAEL R. LEMOV, Chief Counsel
BRADLEY D. STAM, Counsel
HILLARY ODEN, Petroleum Engineer
Lisa C. WILES, Staff Assistant
[The same table of contents appears in parts 1 and 2)
Florio, Hon. James J.,
Baker, Frank E., geologist, Planning and Development Division,
Lewnes, George P., Assistant General Counsel, Federal Power Com-
Monroe, William L., mathematical statistician, Planning and Develop-
ment Division, Bureau of Natural Gas, Federal Power Com-
862, 917, 925 Nassikas, Hon. John N., Chairman, Federal Power Commission - 1027, 1553 Oden, Hillary A., staff petroleum engineer, Subcommittee on Over
sight and Investigations, Interstate and Foreign Commerce Com-
923 Oliver, Don, production operations manager, Gulf of Mexico region, Cities Service Oil Co., Houston, Tex---
862, 917, 925 Penn, Homer J., counsel, Mitchell Energy Corp., Houston, Tex
508 Perdue, Robert W., Deputy General Counsel, Federal Power Commission.-
1027, 1553 Salop, Joanne, economist, Bureau of Economics, Federal Trade Commission.
606 Schwartz, David S., Washington, D.C..
961 Settles, Wayne, regional petroleum engineer, Cities Service Oil Co., Houston, Tex...
915 Sipple, John, attorney, Bureau of Competition, Federal Trade Commission..
6 Smethurst, Benjamin M., special assistant, Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, Committee on Interstate and Foreign Com
471, 551, 808 Smith, Don S., Vice Chairman, Federal Power Commission.
1027 Smith, Russell H., assistant general counsel, Cities Service Oil Co., Tulsa, Okla...
862 Solters, Joseph J., Assistant to the Chief, Bureau of Natural Gas, Federal Power Commission.
1027, 1553 Springer, William L., Commissioner, Federal Power Commission. 1027, 1553 Stevenson, Rodney E., Ph. D., adjunct assistant professor, Michigan State University-
1641 Tebbs, Marion, petroleum engineer, Mitchell Energy Offshore Corp-- 549
561, 578 Thorell, Russell D., Deputy Chief, Bureau of Natural Gas, Federal Power Commission..
1027, 1553 Vernon, Paul, operations manager, Progress Marine, Inc., Lafayette, La.
849 Wald, Haskell P., Chief, Office of Economics, Federal Power Commission.--
1027 Walker, Sidney T., vice president of continental operations, Mitchell Energy Corp., Houston, Tex..
508, 550, 555, 561, 579 Webb, William L., Director, Office of Public Information, Federal Power Commission..
1027, 1553 Welland, Philip, attorney, Office of General Counsel, Federal Power Commission.
1027, 1553 Wright, Lundy R., Chief, Pipeline and Producer Rates Division, Bureau of Natural Gas, Federal Power Commission.--
1027, 1553 Zareski, Gordon K., Chief, Planning and Development Division, Bureau of Natural Gas, Federal Power Commission.-
1027, 1553 Material submitted for the record—June 9, 1975: Federal Trade Commission:
AGA Committee and Subcommittee on Natural Gas Reserves
389 Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee, Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce: Exhibit A-Memorandum dated March 25, 1975, from Messrs.
Lytle, Sipple, Greenbaum, Pool, and Dick, attorneys, Bureau
12 Exhibit B-Excerpts from memorandum dated April 1975, from
Lytle, Sipple, Granfield, and Smith to Malverson, Anderson,
garding American Gas Association, et al., File No. 711 0042---- 168 Exhibit C-Chart 1. U.S. natural gas reserves.
216 Exhibit D—Pages 50–55 of the FTC first draft complaint memorandum-1975.
226 Exhibit E: Subpena duces tecum sent to 47 companies.-
241 Page 252 279
Material submitted for the record-June 9, 1975 - Continued
Natural Gas Survey report sent to 61 companies...
Coal survey report sent to 108 companies..
of Competition, FTC, commenting on FTC activities in the
Counsel, FPC, to Senator Warren G. Magnuson, re challenge
Committee on Commerce, March 22, 1972.
president, planning, American Gas Association, to Federal
Power Commission, re response to FPC study on natural gas
attorney, Gulf Oil Co.-United States, to Chairman Moss re ex
hibit D-FTC first draft complaint memorandum.--
counsel, Continental Oil Co., to Chairman Moss re exhibit
D-FTC first draft complaint memorandum.
Chief, Bureau of Natural Gas, to Chairman Nassikas re com-
Exhibit No. 31-A and as estimated by AGA..
committee counsel, to Chairman Moss re similarities between
natural gas reserve data.---
Definition of “days lost”.
motion to quash, order denying motion to quash, application
to Mitchell with attached equipment specifications and pur
chase order dated Febuary 26, 1974.
tween Mitchell and McDermott..
president, continental operations, Mitchell Energy Offshore
Texas High Island Area -
vice president, continental operations, Mitchell Energy Corp.,
production platform, High Island Area...
through February 7, 1975, Mitchell Energy 4-Pile production
platform, Job No. 54380..
production engineer, J. Ray McDermott & Co., Inc., to Mr.
reports re 4-Pile production platform, Job No. 54380
Tebbs to Mr. Watson re 22-L platform...
Tebbs, Mitchell Energy Offshore Corp., re purchase order
Material submitted for the record—June 13, 1975–Continued
Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee, Committee on Interstate
1974, from J. H. Nichols, Smith Industries, Inc., to Mr. Tebbs
of Mitchell, re clycol dehydration unit for platform No. 22-L.. Exhibit L-Revision order accounts Nos. 610, 620, 630, 640,
and 650, and letter dated October 22, 1974, from Mitchell to
1974, from Mr. Morrow to Mr. Quick re Mitchell Energy
and revision order accounts Nos. 660, 670, and 680..
Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Corp., to John E. Watson,
Offshore Jefferson County, Tex..
Mullendore, Jr., Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Corp., to
requirements and the resulting deficiency -
Corp., High Island Block 22-L.-
Attachments to Mr. Mulholland and Miss Salop's prepared
27 deleted) for years 1966–70..
to Chairman Moss re clarification of interpretation of a certain
Scherer, Folsom, and Glassman, Bureau of Economics, FTC,
that reports by the Bureau of Economics be authorized.
holland and Salop, Bureau of Economics, FTC, to the Com-
American Gas Association, et al.-
holland and Salop, Bureau of Economics, FTC, to Com-
Chief, Bureau of Natural Gas, FTC, to Mr. Wunder, minority
and Foreign Commerce.
Halverson, Director, Bureau of Competition, FTC, to the