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Twenty Years of Energy Policy:  Looking Toward the Twenty-First Century. 
(Proceedings of the 20th Annual Illinois Energy Conference.  November 1992.)

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Table of Contents

Part 1

 

Foreword, James P. Hartnett

ix

Welcome Remarks

 

Mitch Beaver

1

Keynote Addresses

 

Energy and Environment:  A Global Challenge Arcot Tamachandran

5

Twenty Years of Energy Policy:  Looking to the Next Century

 

 

Peter Saba

13

The Path to a National Energy Strategy

 

 

Cherri L. Jangenfeld

25

 

I.

The Fuel Use Sectors:  A Twenty Year History

 

The World Oil Outlook:  An Industry Perspective

 

 

Richard M. Morrow

31

Electric Utility Industry:  Meeting the Nationís Future Power Demands

 

 

Kurt Yeager

59

 

 

 

 

 

Part 2

II.

Energy Overview in the End Use Sectors

 

U.S. Energy Efficiency:  Past Trends, Future Opportunities, and the Role of Policy

 

 

Peter D. Blair

79

Energy Consumption Patterns in the Industrial and Electric Power Sectors

 

 

John A. Anderson

99

Transportation Energy Policy:  Back to the Past or Ahead to the Future

 

 

David L. Greene

111

Social and Behavioral Characteristics of Energy Use

 

 

Loren Lutzenhizer

151

 

III.

New Energy and Environmental Technologies

 

Information Systems as Energy System Substitutes

 

 

Michael Kalb

169

U.S. Coal and Clean Coal Technology:  Improving Three Critical Environments,

 

 

Richard L. Lawson

181

Nuclear Power in the 21st Century, Charles E. Till

191

 

IV. The Environmental Future:  Physical and Regulatory

 

   

The New Paradigm

Valdas V. Asamkus

201

Market Mechanisms:  A New Approach to Regulatory Issues

 

 

Roger A. Kanerva

211

Utility Regulation in Illinois:  Uncertainty as a Regulatory Product

 

 

Philip R. OíConnor

225

Conferences Attendees

253