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COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE

HARLEY O. STAGGERS, West Virginia, Chairman TORBERT H. MACDONALD, Massachusetts SAMUEL L. DEVINE, Ohio JOHN E. MOSS, California

JAMES T. BROYHILL, North Carolina JOHN D. DINGELL, Michigan

TIM LEE CARTER, Kentucky PAUL G. ROGERS, Florida

CLARENCE J. BROWN, Ohio LIONEL VAN DEERLIN, California

JOE SKUBITZ, Kansas FRED B. ROONEY, Pennsylvania

JAMES M. COLLINS, Texas
JOHN M. MURPHY, New York

LOUIS FREY, JR., Florida
DAVID E. SATTERFIELD III, Virginia JOHN Y. MCCOLLISTER, Nebraska
BROCK ADAMS, Washington

NORMAN F. LENT, New York
W. S. (BILL) STUCKEY, JR., Georgia H. JOHN HEINZ III, Pennsylvania
BOB ECKHARDT, Texas

EDWARD R. MADIGAN, Illinois
RICHARDSON PREYER, North Caroline CARLOS J. MOORHEAD, California
JAMES W. SYMINGTON, Missouri

MATTHEW J. RINALDO, New Jersey
CHARLES J. CARNEY, Ohio

W. HENSON MOORE, Louisiana
RALPH H. METCALFE, Illinois
GOODLOE E. BYRON, Maryland
JAMES H. SCHEUER, New York
RICHARD L. OTTINGER, New York
HENRY A. WAXMAN, California
ROBERT (BOB) KRUEGER, Texas
TIMOTHY E. WIRTH, Colorado
PHILIP R. SHARP, Indiana
WILLIAM M. BRODHEAD, Michigan
JAMES J. FLORIO, New Jersey
ANTHONY TOBY MOFFETT, Connecticut
JIM SANTINI, Nevada
ANDREW MAGUIRE, New Jersey
MARTIN A. RUSSO, Illinois

W. E. WILLIAMSON, Clerk
KENNETH J. PAINTER, Assistant Clerk

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Professional Staff
CHARLES B. CURTIS

WILLIAM P. ADAMS
LEE S. HYDE

ROBERT R. NORDHAUS
ELIZABETH HARRISON

BRIAN R. MOIR
JEFFREY H. SCHWARTZ

KAREN NELSON

MARGOT DINNEEN
JAN B. VLCEK, A88ociate Minority Counsel

SUBCOMMITTEE ON ENERGY AND POWER

JOHN D. DINGELL, Michigan, Chairman TIMOTHY E. WIRTH, Colorado

CLARENCE J. BROWN, Ohio PHILIP R. SHARP, Indiana

CARLOS J, MOORHEAD. California WILLIAM M. BRODHEAD, Michigan

JAMES T. BROYHILL, North Carolina JOHN M. MURPHY. New York

H. JOHN HEINZ III, Pennsylvania BOB ECKHARDT. Teras

SAMUEL L. DEVINE, Ohio RICHARD L. OTTINGER. New York

(ex officio) ROBERT (BOB) KRUEGER. Texas ANTHONY TOBY MOFFETT. Connecticut ANDREW MAGU New Jersey HARLEY O. STAGGERS, West Virginia (ex officio)

FRANK M. POTTER. Staff Director and Counsel

WILLIAM F. DEMAREST, Jr., Counsel

CONTENTS

Hearings held on-

Page

April 13, 1976.

1

May 3, 1976.

247

May 5, 1976.

325

May 7, 1976.

387

May 10, 1976.

489

Text of -

H.R. 612 and all identical bills.

26

H.R. 5663..

31

H.R. 10070.

39

H.R. 12712 and identical bill H.R. 12982.

52

H.R. 13000 and identical bill H.R. 12950..

3

S. 323..

61

Statement of -

Allvine, Fred C., Ph. D., professor of marketing, College of Industrial

Management, Georgia Institute of Technology -

304

Amori, Robert, chairman, brand chairmen committee, National Oil

Jobbers Council.

139

Babikian, George H., vice president, products division, retail market-
ing, Atlantic Richfield Co.

344, 347

Bassman, Robert S., counsel, National Oil Jobbers Council.

139

Binsted, Charles L., executive director, National Congress of Petro-
leum Retailers..

76
Byrne, Joseph, Ph. D., vice president, operations coordination, Union
76 Division, Union Oil Co. of California.

344

Casey, Robert, Jr., counsel, Vickers Petroleum Corp., Wichita, Kans. 280

Cohen, Jerry, general counsel, National Congress of Petroleum

Retailers.

76

Curtis, Kenneth E., vice president of marketing, Standard Oil of

Indiana (Amoco)

327

Dewell, John H., vice president, Citgo Retail Marketing, a division of

Cities Service Co...

450, 467

Drogula, Fred, counsel, Ashland Petroleum Co., a division of Ashland

Oil, Inc.

450

Foer, Albert A., Assistant to Director, Bureau of Competition, Federal

Trade Commission...

387

Griffin, Robert G., vice president, marketing, Standard Oil Co. (Ohio). 450

Grueskin, Harold, vice president, Vickers Petroleum Corp., Wichita,
Kans

280

Harris, Hon. Herbert E., a Representative in Congress from the State

of Virginia

489

Haskell, Lewis, president, National Congress of Petroleum Retailers. 76

Hill, John A., Deputy Administrator, Federal Energy Administration. 248

Johnson, Owen M., Jr., Director, Bureau of Competition, Federal

Trade Commission.--

387

Keating, M. J., assistant general counsel, Standard Oil of Indiana
(Amoco)

327

Kowal, J. D., general counsel, Atlantic Richfield Co..

344

Lane, William C., assistant general counsel, Independent Terminal

Operators Association.

529

Litton, Hon. Jerry, a Representative in Congress from the State of
Missouri..

325
Luellen, Charles J., group vice president, Ashland Petroleum Co., a
division of Ashland Oil, Inc.-

450, 471

Statement of_Continued
Martin, Drex R., general manager, marketing-business resources,

Page
Shell Oil Co.--

491 Merlis, Edward A., staff, Senate Commerce Committee.

72 Minotti, A. M., senior counsel, legal department, Shell Oil Co.-

491 Moss, Hon. Frank E., a U.S. Senator from the State of Utah.-

72 Oden, T. J., executive director and general counsel, Independent Gasoline Marketers Council.

149 Phillips, Robert, president, Vickers Petroleum Corp., Wichita, Kans. 280, 288 Rhodes, Hon. John J., a Representative in Congress from the State of Arizona...

75 Roper, John Dee, vice president, Koch Refining Co., Wichita, Kans. 280, 285 Shipley, Charles, member, legislative committee, National Congress of Petroleum Retailers.

76 Sigler, Thomas W., senior vice president, North American operations, Continental Oil Co..

434 Smith, Gorman C., Assistant Administrator, Regulatory Programs, Federal Energy Administration.--

248 Spillers, Ron, general counsel, Autronic Systems, Houston, Tex., on behalf of Independent Gasoline Marketers Council...

149 Steffen, D. T., counsel, Standard Oil Co. of California, Western Operations, Inc.--

344 Taigen, Lou, vice president, retail sales, Standard Oil Co. of California, Western Óperations, Inc.

344, 359 Thomas, W. )., vice president/marketing, Rock Island Refining Corp., Indianapolis, Ind

280 Walcutt, Dean, president, Certified Oil Co., Columbus, Ohio, on behalf

of Independent Gasoline Marketers Council and Society of Inde-
pendent Gasoline Marketers of America (SIGMA)--

149, 316 Winkler, Elmer L., president, Rock Island Refining Corp., Indian. apolis, Ind..

280, 281 Additional niaterial submitted for the record by

Continental Oil Co., “Time for Compromise," speech by Thomas W.

Sigler, vice president, marketing, at Indiana Oil Marketers fall
convention, September 17, 1975...

437 Crown Central Petroleum Corp., statement

539 Exxon Co., U.S.A., statement..

541 Federal Energy Administration:

Response to question regarding suppliers retailing gasoline at
lower price than price they charge their lessee dealers--

276 Responses to questions posed during hearings

278 Retail investigatory time.

277 Federal Trade Commission, letter dated June 1, 1976, from Owen M.

Johnson, Jr., Director of Bureau of Competition, to Chairman
Dingell, supplying additional information requested regardiig
alternative legislative language; length of dealer leases; and
arbitration.

427 Gulf Oil Co., statement

557 Independent Gasoline Marketers Council, Petroleum Market Shares,

historical report on refiners and importers of motor gasoline, 1972
through 1974, Federal Energy Administration publication FEA/
B-75/616, October 1975.---

159 Independent Terminal Operators Association: Membership breakdown..

535 Suggestions for improving regulations relating to allocations and price regulation..

537 Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee: Standard Oil v. Federal Trade Commission

405 The Robinson-Patman Act: A Misguided Response to the A. & P., remarks by Jonathan C. Rose, Acting Deputy Assistant

Attorney General, Antitrust Division, Department of Justice.. 420 Koch Refining Co., letter dated May 12, 1976, from John Dee Roper,

vice president, government relations, to Chairman Dingell, expressing opposition to Conoco's “Time for Compromise" statement- 293

Additional material submitted for the record by—Continued

Laborers' International Union of North America, AFL-CIO, CLC, Page statement of Angelo Fosco, general president..

559 McDonald, Leroy, St. Louis, Mo., statement

590 Marathon Oil Co., statement.-

561 Maryland, State of, statement of Louis L. Goldstein, State comptroller

567 Mobil Oil Corp., statement

572 National Association of Texaco Consignees, Inc., letter dated (ay 1,

1976, from Fred B. Causey, executive director and counsel, to
Chairman Dingell..

591
National Association of Truck Stop Operators, statement of Howard
Roe, chairman, government affairs committee--

579 National Congress of Petroleum Retailers, letters and documents

concerning pricing practices affecting branded service station
dealers..-

83 Shell Oil Co., letter dated May 29, 1976, from Drex R. Martin,

general manager, marketing-business resources, to Chairman Dingell, elaborating on terms "bankruptcy” and “insolvency" as used in proposed revision of sec. 102(1)(C) of H.R. 13000.

510 Society of Independent Gasoline Marketers of America (SIGMA),

memorandum of FEA on policy regarding firms entering the market-
ing of petroleum products

321
Standard Oil of Indiana (Amoco):
Proposed draft of Petroleum Marketing Practices Act--

334 Statement of dealer policy.

336 Texaco, Inc., statements.

581, 584, 586 Turner, Bob, dealer, statement..

591 Union Oil Co. of California, Union 76 Division, examples for lease termination.-

347 ORGANIZATIONS REPRESENTED AT THE HEARINGS Ashland Oil, Inc.:

Drogula, Fred, counsel, Ashland Petroleum Co.

Luellen, Charles J., group vice president, Ashland Petroleum Co. Atlantic Richfield Co.:

Babikian, George H., vice president, products division, retail marketing.

Kowal, J. D., general counsel. Cities Service Co., John H. Dewell, vice president, Citgo Retail Marketing. Continental Oil Co., Thomas W. Sigler, senior vice president, North American

operations. Federal Energy Administration:

Hill, John A., Deputy Administrator.

Smith, Gorman C., Assistant Administrator, Regulatory Programs. Federal Trade Commission:

Foer, Albert A., Assistant to Director, Bureau of Competition.

Johnson, Owen M., Jr., Director, Bureau of Competition.
Independent Gasoline Marketers Council:

Oden, T. J., executive director and general counsel.
Spillers, Ron, general counsel, Autronic Systems, Houston, Tex.

Walcutt, Dean, president, Certified Oil Co., Columbus, Ohio.
Independent Terminal Operators Association, William C. Lane, assistant general

counsel.
Koch Refining Co., Wichita, Kans., John Dee Roper, vice president.
National Congress of Petroleum Retailers:

Binsted, Cherles L., executive director.
Cohen, Jerry, general counsel.
Haskell, Lewis, president.

Shipley, Charles, member, legislative committee.
National Oil Jobbers Council:

Amori, Robert, chairman, brand chairmen committee.

Bassman, Robert S., counsel.
Rock Island Refining Corp.; Indianapolis, Ind.:

Thomas, W. J., vice president/marketing.
Winkler, Elmer L., president.

ORGANIZATIONS REPRESENTED AT THE HEARINGS-Continued Shell Oil Co.:

Martin, Drex R., general manager, marketing-business resources.

Minotti, A. M., senior counsel, legal department. Society of Independent Gasoline Marketers of America (SIGMA), Dean Walcutt,

director. Standard Oil Co. of California, Western Operations, Inc.:

Steffen, D. T., counsel.

Taigen, Lou, vice president, retail sales. Standard Oil of Indiana (Amoco):

Curtis, Kenneth E., vice president of marketing.

Keating, M. J., assistant general counsel. Standard Oil Co. (Ohio), Griffin, Robert G., vice president, marketing. Union Oil Co. of California, Joseph Byrne, Ph. D., vice president, operations

coordination, Union 76 Division. Vickers Petroleum Corp., Wichita, Kans.:

Casey, Robert, Jr., counsel.
Grueskin, Harold, vice president.
Phillips, Robert, president.

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