Senate To Hear Testimony On Fuel Economy

Law360, New York (January 26, 2007, 12:00 AM EST) -- A Senate committee is set to hear testimony on Tuesday on transportation sector fuel economy, including challenges to and incentives for increased oil savings, one week after President George W. Bush unveiled a plan to slash the nation’s gasoline consumption by 20% by 2017.

Bill Wicker, a spokesperson for the Senate Energy & Natural Resources committee, said Friday that six witnesses representing a range of industries will give testimony at hearing on Jan. 30.

The witnesses scheduled are Beth Lowery of General Motors, William Logue of...
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