Cheney Energy Task Force: A guide for journalists from the Council on Foreign Relations

May 24, 2001

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Vice President Dick Cheney’s energy task force is scheduled to release its report this Thursday, May 17. For an advance story or for the most accurate and comprehensive post-release interpretation, the Council on Foreign Relations can provide the most renowned energy experts to contribute to your coverage.

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And the Council, together with the James A. Baker III Institute of Public Policy, recently released its own Independent Task Force titled, "Strategic Energy Policy: Challenges for the 21st Century." Over the course of several months, our independent energy task force convened experts from every segment of the world of energy -- producers, consumers, environmentalists, national security experts, and others -- and examined the same issues as those before Vice President Cheney’s energy task force.

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Listed below are the names and direct numbers of Council energy experts and members of the Independent Task Force on Energy Policy. We encourage you to call everyone directly.

If you need additional help, please don’t hesitate to contact the Council on Foreign Relations communications department: Lisa Shields (212)434-9888.

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"Strategic Energy Policy: Challenges for the 21st Century"

CO-SPONSORED BY THE COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS AND THE JAMES A. BAKER III INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC POLICY OF RICE UNIVERSITY:

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Edward L. Morse
Executive Advisor, Hess Energy Trading Co., LLC.
Chair, Independent Task Force on Strategic Energy Policy.
Office: 212-536-8665

Amy Myers Jaffe
Senior Energy Adviser at the James A. Baker Institute III for Public Policy of Rice University and President of AMJ Energy Consulting.
Project Director, Independent Task Force on Strategic Energy Policy.
Office: 713-348-2148

Matthew Simmons
President, Simmons & Company International and Member of the Bush-Cheney Energy Transition Advisory Committee.
Member, Independent Task Force on Strategic Energy Policy.
Office: 713-236-9999

Patrick Clawson
Director for Research, Washington Institute for Near East Policy.
Member, Independent Task Force on Strategic Energy Policy.
Office: 202-452-0650

Ed Rothschild
Principal, Podesta/Mattoon; former Energy Policy Director of Citizen Action.
Member, Independent Task Force on Strategic Energy Policy.
Office: 202-879-9317

Melanie A. Kenderdine
Vice President of the Gas Technology Institute.

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