Spencer

Outgoing DOE Chief Bullish on Energy Bill Passage, Federal Oversight of LNG

Outgoing Secretary of Energy Spencer Abraham on Wednesday said that there needs to be a strong federal role in making sure that liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals get sited in the U.S. and expressed optimism that Congress will finally be able to pull a comprehensive energy bill across the finish line this year.

February 3, 2005

Bush Appoints Treasury Deputy Secretary Bodman as Energy Secretary

Treasury Department Deputy Secretary Samuel W. Bodman will move over to the Department of Energy, replacing Secretary Spencer Abraham, President Bush said Friday. While lacking an energy background, Bodman has been praised for his management abilities.

December 13, 2004

Bush Appoints Treasury Deputy Secretary Bodman as Energy Secretary

Treasury Department Deputy Secretary Samuel W. Bodman will move over to the Department of Energy, replacing Secretary Spencer Abraham, President Bush said Friday. While lacking an energy background, Bodman has been praised for his management abilities.

December 13, 2004

Lawmakers Ask DOE Secretary to Restore Gas Group

A group of senators and House members from the Northeast and Midwest have called on Energy Secretary Spencer Abraham to restore an interagency working group on natural gas within 60 days.

October 18, 2004

Lawmakers Ask DOE Secretary to Restore Gas Group

A group of senators and House members from the Northeast and Midwest have called on Energy Secretary Spencer Abraham to restore an interagency working group on natural gas within 60 days.

October 13, 2004

DOE Forms Multi-Agency Work Group to Tackle Gas Supply Problem

Energy Secretary Spencer Abraham said Wednesday that DOE is teaming up with FERC, EPA, the Department of Homeland Security, and the Commerce, Interior and Agriculture departments in a new interagency group that will develop recommendations on how to increase domestic natural gas supply and promote energy efficiency.

May 10, 2004

DOE Forms Multi-Agency Work Group to Tackle Gas Supply Problem

Energy Secretary Spencer Abraham said Wednesday that DOE is teaming up with FERC, EPA, the Department of Homeland Security, and the Commerce, Interior and Agriculture departments in a new interagency group that will develop recommendations on how to increase domestic natural gas supply and promote energy efficiency.

May 6, 2004

Abraham Says New Energy Technology Needed to Achieve Global Climate Goals

U.S. Energy Secretary Spencer Abraham said that meaningful reductions in greenhouse gas emissions will be impossible without revolutionary new energy technologies being developed by U.S.-led research.

September 22, 2003

Abraham Says New Energy Technology Needed to Achieve Global Climate Goals

U.S. Energy Secretary Spencer Abraham said that meaningful reductions in greenhouse gas emissions will be impossible without revolutionary new energy technologies being developed by U.S.-led research.

September 19, 2003

Secretary Abraham Calls on PUCs Regarding Tight Gas Market

As part of the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Smart Energy campaign, Energy Secretary Spencer Abraham sent a letter to state public utility commissioners suggesting areas for state action to help ease the effects of a tightening natural gas market.

July 28, 2003
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