The U.S. House of Representatives has scheduled a two-day
hearing on fuel prices, supplies and specifications beginning Wednesday, May
Though the hearing will primarily focus on the regulation,
production and distribution of gasoline, it could have implications for diesel
According to a news release from the House Energy and
Commerce Committee, which scheduled the hearing, the first day will consist of
a panel of representatives from the Environmental Protection Agency, the U.S.
Energy Information Administration, the American Automobile Association and the
Consumer Federation of America.
The second day of the hearings will focus more on the oil
and gas industries. Those scheduled to testify include representatives from the
American Petroleum Institute, the Renewable Fuels Association, the National
Petrochemical and Refiners Association, the National Association of Convenience
Stores, and the Society of Independent Gasoline Marketers of America.
Also on the panel for Thursday, May 11 is John Conley,
President of National Tank Truck Carriers Inc., Alexandria, VA.