SUBCHAPTER I—FEDERAL ENERGY ADMINISTRATION
Congressional declaration of purpose.
Specific functions and purposes.
Transfer of functions.
Transitional and savings provisions.
Comptroller General, powers and duties.
Administrator’s information-gathering power.
Public disclosure of information.
Reports and recommendations.
Sex discrimination; enforcement; other legal remedies.
Economic analysis of proposed actions.
Management oversight review; report to Administrator.
Coordination with, and technical assistance to, State governments.
Office of Private Grievances and Redress.
Comprehensive energy plan.
Petrochemical report to Congress.
Hydroelectric generating facilities; lists, transmittal to Congress; construction schedule and cost estimates for expedited construction program; prospective accomplishments from expedited completion of facilities; statement of appropriated but not obligated funds.
Exports of coal and refined petroleum products.
Foreign ownership; comprehensive review; sources of information; report to Congress; monitoring activity.
Project Independence Evaluation System documentation; access to model by Congress and public.
Use of commercial standards.
SUBCHAPTER II—OFFICE OF ENERGY INFORMATION AND ANALYSIS
Establishment of Office of Energy Information and Analysis.
National Energy Information System; information required to be maintained.
Analysis and evaluation of energy information; establishment and maintenance by Director of professional, etc., capability; specific capabilities.
Coordination by Director of energy information gathering activities of Federal agencies.
Reports by Director.
Access by Director to energy information.
Congressional access to energy information; disclosure by Congress.
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