A Move Toward Sharing

August 1974
Time;8/12/1974, Vol. 104 Issue 7, p74
The article reports on the development of an international energy policy by the Energy Coordinating Group (ECG) which enables sharing of petroleum products among nations during energy emergencies. It mentions several countries which are members of ECG including the U.S., Canada and Japan. It states that the energy policy is sponsored by the U.S., which was accepted by Belgian Diplomat Vicomte Etienne Davignon, chairman of ECG. It cites that the ECG was organized by Secretary of State Henry Kissinger which was established at the Washington Energy Conference.


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