The Potential Role of Natural Gas in a Major Oil Crisis
Nelson E. Hay and
Jacquelyn S. Mitchell
The Energy Journal, 1982, vol. Volume 3, issue Number 2, 101-118
Most energy experts in the federal government involved with contingency planning concern themselves with what to do when or if "the balloon goes up"; i.e., after the nation's 6-million-barrel-per-day oil supply is substantially cut off.
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