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Reference FCO 82/317
Department/Office Foreign Office
Title Energy policy of the USA (1973)
Description UK/US Oil talks. Excerpts from President Nixon's Energy Message. Nixon appoints John A. Love to direct a new energy office that will be responsible for formulating and coordinating energy policies at the presidential level. Nixon asks Congress to create a new cabinet-level department devoted to energy and initiates a $10 billion program for research into energy. He also launches a conservation drive. Report on the meetings of EEC energy Ministers and OECD. Middle East and Opec.
Date 1973
Collection The Nixon Years, 1969-1974
Region North America
Countries United States, United Kingdom
Places Abu Dhabi; Africa; Alaska; Algiers; Australia; Bahamas; Canada; Caribbean; China; Europe; France; Geneva; Germany; Indonesia; Iran; Iraq; Italy; Japan; Kuwait; Libya; Mexico; Middle East; Netherlands; Nigeria; Norway; Persian Gulf; Saudi Arabia; Soviet Union; Spain; Suez Canal; United Kingdom; United States of America; Venezuela; Western Hemisphere
People Casey, William J; Cromer, 3rd Earl of; Love, John A; Nixon, Richard M; Willmott, R H
Topics Agriculture; Aid; Arab; Arms; Atomic Energy Commission; Balance of Payments; British Embassy; Coal; Congress; Conservation; Council of Economic Advisers; Council on Environmental Quality; Defence; Department of Commerce; Department of Defense; Department of State; Department of the Interior; Department of Transportation; Disarmament; Draft; Economy; Education; Energy; Environment; Environmental Protection Agency; Exports; Expropriation; foreign policy; Health; Japanese; North Atlantic Treaty Association (NATO); Office of Management and Budget; Oil; organisation; Payments; Pollution; Protectionist; Shipping; State Department; Supreme Court; Tariffs; Taxation; Taxes; The Nine; Trade; Treasury; Watergate; Welfare; White House; Year of Europe
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