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Subcommittee on Energy and Mineral Resources Oversight Hearing on “The Aging of the Energy and Minerals Workforce: A Crisis in the Making?”
Thursday, July 8, 2004

washington, D.C.


Oversight Hearing on “The Aging of the Energy and Minerals Workforce: A Crisis in the Making?”

WITNESSES

Subcommittee Chairman Barbara Cubin Opening Statement

PANEL I

Robert Harms
Official Representative for the IOGCC
For the Governor, State of North Dakota

Jim Wicklund
Managing Director, Energy & Research
Banc of America Securities

Anthony T. Stamato 
Vice President, Communications
Key Energy Services, Inc.

Ted Hess
Manager, Human Resources
Apache Corp.

PANEL II

Dr. Mary Poulton
Professor and Department Head
Dept. of Mining and Geological Engineering
The University of Arizona

Pamela Whitted
Vice President of Government Affairs
National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association, NSSGA

Bruce Watzman
Vice President, Safety and Health
National Mining Association

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