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Senate Proceeding on Jul 29th, 2008 :: 0:41:39 to 0:42:40
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Lamar Alexander

0:41:26 to 0:41:39( Edit History Discussion )

Lamar Alexander: as "all of the above." we recognize there is a role to beef up the agency that deals with speculation to make sure they can do their job, to provide as much new production as possible offshore in the

John Cornyn

0:41:39 to 0:41:51( Edit History Discussion )

John Cornyn: oil shale, anywhere we believe we can find that production; that we also appreciate the fact that there's another side to this. it's not just transportation, it's energy production, electricity production.

John Cornyn

0:41:39 to 0:42:40( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: John Cornyn

John Cornyn

0:41:51 to 0:42:07( Edit History Discussion )

John Cornyn: we're going to see our electricity costs go up and, clearly, nuclear power is a key factor if that in that as well as coal lick coalto gas liquification. we can begin this process so that the republican

John Cornyn

0:42:07 to 0:42:40( Edit History Discussion )

John Cornyn: view is, literally, all of the above, to have a balanced approach which recognizes that there is no one single thing but that offshore drilling would be the best, most immediate way to increase our production.

Jon Kyl

0:42:40 to 0:42:53( Edit History Discussion )

Jon Kyl: would that be a fair characterization? mr. alexander: that is a fair characterization. and unless we include new american sources of energy, our electric prices are going up, our gasoline prices

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