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COMMITTEE ON MERCHANT MARINE AND FISHERIES

LEONOR K. (Mrs. John B.) SULLIVAN, Missouri, Chairman FRANK M. CLARK, Pennsylvania

JAMES R. GROVER, JR., New York THOMAS L. ASHLEY, Ohio

WILLIAM S. MAILLIARD,1 California JOHN D. DINGELL, Michigan

CHARLES A. MOSHER, Ohio THOMAS N. DOWNING, Virginia

PHILIP E. RUPPE, Michigan PAUL G. ROGERS, Florida

GEORGE A. GOODLING, Pennsylvania FRANK A. STUBBLEFIELD, Kentucky PAUL N. McCLOSKEY, JR., California JOHN M. MURPHY, New York

GENE SNYDER, Kentucky WALTER B. JONES, North Carolina

ROBERT H. STEELE, Connecticut ROBERT L. LEGGETT, California

EDWIN B. FORSYTHE, New Jersey MARIO BIAGGI, New York

PIERRE S. (PETE) DU PONT, Delaware GLENN M. ANDERSON, California

WILLIAM S. COHEN, Maine E DE LA GARZA, Texas

TRENT LOTT, Mississippi PETER N. KYROS, Maine

DAVID C. TREEN, Louisiana RALPH H. METCALFE, Illinois

JOEL PRITCHARD, Washington JOHN B. BREAUX, Louisiana

ED YOUNG, South Carolina FRED B. ROONEY, Pennsylvania

DON YOUNG, Alaska
BOB ECKHARDT, Texas

ROBERT E. BAUMAN, Maryland
PAUL S. SARBANES, Maryland
BO GINN, Georgia
GERRY E. STUDDS, Massachusetts
DAVID R. BOWEN, Mississippi

ERNEST J. CORRADO, Chief Counsel
FRANCES STILL, Chief Clerk

LEN SUTTER, Counsel
MARY C. MCDONNELL, Counsel
RICHARD N. SHAROOD, Minority Counsel

SUBCOMMITTEE ON MERCHANT MARINE

FRANK M. CLARK, Pennsylvania, Chairman THOMAS L. ASHLEY, Ohio

WILLIAM S. MAILLIARD,1 California THOMAS N. DOWNING, Virginia

CHARLES A. MOSHER, Ohio FRANK A. STUBBLEFIELD, Kentucky PHILIP E. RUPPE, Michigan JOHN M. MURPHY, New York

PAUL N. MCCLOSKEY, JR., California JOHN D. DINGELL, Michigan

PIERRE S. (PETE) DU PONT, Delaware FRED B. ROONEY, Pennsylvania

GENE SNYDER, Kentucky PAUL S. SARBANES, Maryland

TRENT LOTT, Mississippi BO GINN, Georgia

DAVID C. TREEN, Louisiana PETER N, KYROS, Maine

WILLIAM S. COHEN, Maine BOB ECKHARDT, Texas

JOEL PRITCHARD, Washington
GERRY E. STUDDS, Massachusetts

ED YOUNG, South Carolina
WALTER B. JONES, North Carolina
GLENN M. ANDERSON, California

1 Resigned from Congress March 5, 1974.

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CONTENTS

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learings held

October 9, 1973.

October 10, 1973

October 11, 1973.

October 16, 1973-

November 13, 1973.

December 4, 1973..

February 5, 1974.

February 6, 1974.

February 7, 1974

February 21, 1974.

March 6, 1974..

March 7, 1974.

March 12, 1974.

March 13, 1974,

March 14, 1974.

Text of -

H.R. 8193 (plus identicals)--
Reports from

Commerce Department.
Defense Department.-
Interior Department.

State Department...

Treasury Department...

Statement of

Bank, Richard, Office of Maritime Affairs, Department of State..

Becker, Arthur M..

Blackledge, William, executive vice president, Gulf Oil Trading Co.,

Pittsburgh, Pa..

Blackwell, Robert J., Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Maritime

Affairs, Maritime Administration, Department of Commerce.-
Boggs, Hon. Lindy (Mrs. Hale), a Representative in Congress from

the State of Louisiana---
Brand, Herbert, president, Transportation Institute, Washington,

D.C..

Calhoon, Jesse M., president, National Marine Engineers Beneficial

Association.

Carven, Christopher J., Transportation of Operations Division

manager of Exxon Corp.

Clark, Earl W., Codirector, Labor-Management Maritime Committee.

Council of European and Japanese National Shipowners' Associatiɔns.

Daniel, Hon. Robert W., Jr., a Representative in Congress from the

State of Virginia.--

Dent, Hon. John H., a Representative in Congress from the State of

Pennsylvania -
Edwards, Hon. Jack, a Representative in Congress from the State of

Alabama
Ellerbrake, Earl, Office of Oil and Gas, Department of the Interior..
Findley, Diane, editor and analyst, Jane's Fighting Ships-
George, W. H. Krome, president and chief operating officer, Alu-
minum Co. of America, former commissioner, Commission on

American Shipbuilding-
Giaimo, Hon. Robert N., a Representative in Congress from the

State of Connecticut..
Gottlieb, Bert, director of research, Transportation Institute..

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105

323

259

108
109
414

291
Page 736

377
328
State of Rhode Island..

685 379

269

737

203

205

365 423

283 661

109

557

347 147

376 717

Statement of—Continued

Groton, Page, assistant to the international president and director of

the Boilermakers Iron Shipbuilders Marine Council of the Inter-
national

Brotherhood of Boilermakers, Iron Ship Builders, Black-
smiths, Forgers & Helpers.-
Hall, Paul, president, AFL-CIO Maritime Trades Department,

President, Seafarers International Union, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Heine, Irwin M., Labur-Management Maritime Committee.-
Hood, Edwin M., president and board chairman, Shipbuilders Council

of America..
Jahre, Jorgen, chairman of the International Association of Independ-

ent Tanker Owners_ Johnson, Hon. Harold T. (Bizz), a Representative in Congress from

the State of California. Johnson, Dr. William A., Special Assistant to the Deputy Secretary of

the Treasury --
Kahn, Joseph, chairman of the Board, Seatrain Lines, Inc., New York

City.
Kinnear, James W., senior vice president of Texaco, Inc.--
Lancaster, John H., executive director, Commission on American

Shipbuilding -
Lav, Mrs. Iris, advisor, N.M.E.B.A..
Ligon, Duke, director, Office of Oil and Gas, Department of the

Interior.
Loree, Philip J., chairman, Federation of American Controlled Ship-

ping, New York, N.Y..
Maskin, Alfred, executive director, American Maritime Association,

Washington, D.C...
Mau, Frank, Office of Fuels and Energy, Department of State-
Mitchell, Hon. Parren J., a Representative in Congress from the State

of Maryland
Mobil Oil Corp.-
Mollohan, Hon. Robert H., a Representative in Congress from the

State of West Virginia---
Mumma, Rear Adm. Albert G., U.S. Navy (Ret.), private consultant,

Short Hills, N.J.
Naess, Michael R., executive president, Zapata Corp-
Nolan, John, petroleum expert, Department of Defense-
O’Callaghan, Thomas F., president, International Organization of

Masters, Mates and Pilots...
Pepper, Hon. Claude, a Representative in Congress from the State of

Florida
Polmar, Norman, U.S. Editor, Jane's Fighting Ships
Povell, Roy Albert, with Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft, New York,
Powell, Stanley, Jr., chairman, Ship Funding International, San

Francisco, Calif.
Price, Hon. Melvin, a Representative in Congress from the State of

Illinois.
Pritchard, Hon. Joel, a Representative in Congress from the State of

Washington.--
Ragan, William F., of Ragan & Mason, Washington, D.C., counsel,

Gulf Oil Trading Co.--
Rees, Robert, assistant general counsel, Gulf Oil Trading Co---
Riley, Paul H., Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Installations

and Logistics) for Supply Maintenance and Services ---
Ruttenberg, Stanley H., president, Stanley H. Ruttenberg & Asso-

ciates, Inc., Washington, D.C...
Simpkins, Talmadge E., Codirector, Labor-Management Maritime

Committee.
Spector, Gene, research director, National Maritime Union of America,

AFL CIO..
Steinberg David J., executive director, Committee for a National

Trade Policy
Stone, Capt. Richard, Transportation Institute.
Stryker, Russell F., transportation expert, Department of Defense..
Tiernan, Hon. Robert O., a Representative in Congress from the

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283 719 174

681

106 414 557

310

378

170

529 529

174

613

379

379

520 32 174

37:

Statement of-Continued

Vaughn, Robert U., executive secretary, Federation of America Con- Page trolled Shipping, New York..

557 Waldmann, Raymond, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Transportation and Telecommunications.

147 Wall, Shannon J., president, National Maritime Union of America,

AÉL-CIO, and alternate cochairman, Labor-Management Mari-
time Committee...

379 Waller, Richard, oceanographer, Department of the Treasury

205 Wyman, Thomas S., manager, maritime relations, Chevron Shiping Co.

423 Additional information submitted byAmerican Petroleum InstituteAmerican company members, February 1974.

434 Analysis of proposed cargo preference legislation, fall 1973.

490 Carven, Č.J., owner's contract of committment...

464 Clark, Frank M.

Article from the New York Times of February 22, 1974: "Big Oil
Concerns Are Cutting Back Imports of Crude”

527 Defense Department: Annex to Merchant Ship Reg'ster-July 1973...

177 Dent, Hon. John H.Article entitled “Ending Runaway-Flag Menace".

264 Replies to “Runaway-Flag' supporters, Defends oil bill..

266 Gulf Oil. Corp. Barrel-mile concept..

539 Federal Register Doc. No.68–3549, March 20, 1968.

538 68-3749, March 26, 1968.

539 Questions for and answers from William Blackledge...

553 Hood, Edwin M.

Article from the Washington Post of November 13, 1973, en

titled “United States Moves To Patch Up Disagreement in
Atlantic Alliance".

279
Questions submitted by Mr. Clark and Answers by Edwin M.
Hood.

277 Shipbuilding and shipping record, Sept. 21, 1973, chart..--

276 Interior Department:

Answer to questions in letter of September 24, 1973, from Hon.
Frank M. Clark...

113 Kinnear, J. W., Analysis of Proposed Cargo Preference Legislation, 490 Labor-Management Maritime Committee: Analysis of the Need for Greater U.S. Flag Cargo Transport of Oil Imports...

385 Loree, Philip

Answers supplied to questions requested by Congressman Clark. 566
Supplemental statement..

605 Maritime Administration:

Additional tax revenues expected under the Cargo Preference
Program table..

50
Assumptions utilized in calculations of Shipment cost of crude
and product

43 Average cost per barrel differences, table.

34 Average cost per barrel differences' (without CDS).

16 Balance-of-payments impact from substituting U.S.-flag for foreign-flag vessels table

46 Caution of Reliance on EUSC Fleet.

21 Emergency Measures Available. Estimate of U.S.-flag tankers required to transport petroleum

products to the United States from the Virgin Islands, table.. 12 Fee schedule table

47 Foreign flag ships owned by U.S. parent companies, oceangoing

Merchant type ships of 1,000 gross tons and over as of Decem-
ber 31, 1971.

51 Man-years of employment from construction of new tankers

required by H.R. 8193 and by Maritime Administration
Program, 1974–85 table--

44 Response to questions submitted by Congressman Clark... 40-98 Tables appended to Mr. Blackwell's statement

52 Tax advantage of foreign-flag shipping-

26

Additional information submitted by-Continued
Polmar, Norman-

Page
Answers to questions for the Record.

421 Biographical sketch..

418 Ruttenberg, Stanley Comments on API's rebuttal dated March 26, 1974.

656 Response to questions by Mr. Clark..

634 Statement (prepared) -

637 State Department: Convention on the High Seas.-

596 Examples of typical clauses relating to shipping treaties

151 FCN Treaty Violation.

165 Friendship, Commerce, and Navigation and Similar Treaties, in Force in Whole or in Major Part.

1.52 Responses to questions asked by Mr. Frank Clark in his letter of October 24, 1973..

167 Venezuelan Cargo Preference Law as adopted on July 18, 1973-. 158 Transportation Institute: Construction price comparison, 86,000 DWT tanker, 1972, table: Japan..

336 Sweden...

337 Executive Order No. IV of the President of the Republic of Liberia.

328 Exerpts from a study by the Maritime Transport Committee

published in 1971 by the Organization for Economic Coopera-
tion and Development.--

342 Opposition of State Department...

345 Treasury Department: Appendix to Dr. William A. Johnson's statement.--

211 Article entitled: "Future Capital Requirements for Refined Petroleum Products".

232 Questions posed by Congressman Pritchard and answers submitted by William A. Johnson.

223 U.S. petroleum consumption and sources of oil imports, table--- 208 Communications submitted by— Becker, Arthur M., letter to Rear Adm. Albert G. Mumma

321 Black, Charles L., Jr., Luce Professor of Jurisprudence, Yale Law School, letter February 25, 1974.-

472 Blackwell, Robert J.

Letter of February 19, 1974, to Hon. Frank M. Clark with
enclosures.

40 Letter of March 22, 1974, to Frank M. Clark.

98 Carven, C. J., letter of March 21, 1974, to Hon. Frank M. Clark with attachment

464 Clark, Frank M.Letter of October 24, 1973, to Dr. Duke R. Ligon.

134 Letter of October 25, 1973, to Dr. William A. Johnson.

240 Letter of December 11, 1973, to Dr. William A. Johnson.

228 Letter of December 11, 1973, to Dr. Duke R. Ligon.

139 Letter of February 26, 1974, to David J. Steinberg

522 Letter of March 4, 1974, to Robert J. Blackwell

98 Letter dated March 7, 1974, requesting additional information from Mr. Phil Loree

565 Clark, Earl W., and Talmadge E. Simpkins: Letter of February 25, 1974, to Hon. Leonor Sullivan...

405 Davis, Hilton, letter of March 14, 1974, to Hon. Frank M. Clark.. 742 Dent,'Hon. John H., Letter of May 22, 1973, to Philip J. Loree... 267 Goodearle, L. Roy

Letter of January 21, 1974, to Hon. Frank M. Clark with answer
to questions.....

140
Letter of January 29, 1974, to Hon. Frank M. Clark with enclo-
sures including answers to questions -

135 Holton, Hon. Linwood, letter to Richard N. Sharood dated March bo 18, 1974, enclosing requested information.

596 Ikard, Frank N., letter of March 22, 1974, to Hon. Frank M. Clark with enclosed tables...

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