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Gas Prices: How Are They Really Set?: Report by the U.S. Senate, Committee on Governmental Affairs (see 0-7567-2393-0 for Cong’l. Hearing)
Gas Prices: How Are They Really Set?: Report by the U.S. Senate, Committee on Governmental Affairs (see 0-7567-2393-0 for Cong’l. Hearing)
 
Our Price: $65.00
Year: 2002
Pages: 396
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 0756723760

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Carl Levin (ed.). Report prepared by the Majority Staff of the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, released in conjunction with the Subcommittee’s Hearings on April 30 & May 2, 2002. Chapters: background & findings; Subcommittee investigation; the importance of gas in the U.S.; recent increases in the price of gas, & their economic effects; increasing concentration in the refining industry; the production & marketing of gas; the effects of market structure & concentration on gas prices; how gas prices are set; methodology used for analysis of wholesale & retail price data; & figures relating to majority staff analysis of wholesale & retail prices. Charts, tables & maps.

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