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COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE
CHARLES A. WOLVERTON, New Jersey, Chairman CARL HINSHAW, California
CLARENCE F. LEA, California LEONARD W. HALL, New York
ROBERT CROSSER, Ohio JOSEPH P. O'HARA, Minnesota
ALFRED L. BULWINKLE, North Carolina WILSON D. GILLETTE, Pennsylvania VIRGIL CHAPMAN, Kentucky ROBERT HALE, Maine
LINDLEY BECKWORTH, Texas HARRIS ELLSWORTH, Oregon
J. PERCY PRIEST, Tennessee MARION T. BENNETT, Missouri
OREN HARRIS, Arkansas JAMES I. DOLLIVER, Iowa
GEORGE G. SADOWSKI, Michigan EDWARD J. ELSA ESSER, New York
RICHARD F. HARLESS, Arizona JOHN W. HESELTON, Massachusetts
DWIGIT L. ROGERS, Florida
EUGENE K. KEOGH, New York
ELTON J. LAYTON, Clerk
Andrews, Hon. Mark Edwin, Assistant Secretary of the Navy---
Ball, Max W., Director, Oil and Gas Division, Department of the
Buck, Admiral W. A., (SC), Chief, Bureau of Supplies and Accounts,
United States Navy Department.
Callaghan, Admiral W. M., Assistant Chief of Naval Operations
for Transport, United States Navy Department..
Dingell, Hon. John D., a Representative in Congress from the State of
Douglas, Hon. Lewis, United States Ambassador to Great Britain.-- 334
Duce, James Terry, vice president, Arabian-American Oil Co.
Fentress, Carroll D., Assistant to the Director, Oil and Gas Division,
Fink, Henry, president, Michigan Consolidated Gas Co., Detroit,
Foster, Hon. William C., Under Secretary, Department of Com-
Hall, Willis H., manager, industrial department, Detroit Board of
Hembold, G. H., Chief, Bureau of Operations, Maritime Com-
Montgomery, Donald, chief Washington representative, UAW-
Montgomery, Henry A., counsel, Michigan Consolidated Gas Co.,
O'Connor, James V., Chief, Division of Gas Certificates, Federal
Olds, Hon. Leland, Commissioner, Federal Power Commission.
Pimper, James, Chief, Large Vessel Sales Division of the Bureau of
Sadowski, Hon. George G., a Representative in Congress from the
Shannon, Charles V., counsel, Michigan Consolidated Gas Co.,
Wolverton, dated February 18, 1948, with attached copy of letter
Chairman Wolverton, dated February 2, 1948, regarding reexamina-
McKeough, Raymond S., Vice Chairman, Maritime Commission, to
Chairman Wolverton, dated January 29, 1948..
Montgomery, Donald, UAW-CIO, to Hon. Robert Hale, a Repre-
sentative in Congress from the State of Maine, dated February 12,
Smith, W. W., Chairman, Maritime Commission, to Chairman
Wolverton, dated January 19, 1948.
Wolverton, Hon. Charles A., Chairman, to Hon. W. Averell Harriman,
Statistical tables, charts, documents, etc., submitted by-
Chart I. Comparative areas Middle East versus United States.
Chart II. Middle East oil concessions.
Chart III. Petroleum reserves of the world.
Chart IV. Producing wells versus daily average production.
Chart V. Consumer need, production, and refining capacity, 1946
Chart. Crude oil production Arabian-American Oil Co., 1941
Chart. World crude oil production (excluding Russia) 1947 com-
Chart. Domestic demand for crude and products.
Chart. Crude runs to stills (world excluding Russia), 1947 com-
Map. Petroleum facilities, Saudi-Arabia-Bahrein-Qatar.
Map. Petroleum facilities, Middle East, Iraq, Egypt, Iran, and
(The above charts are maps appear at end of hearing.)
Summary. Middle East oil developments -
Map__"The World's Flow of Petroleum," from the Chicago Daily
Tribune, February 1, 1948, issue.---
Copies of orders and directives issued by armed forces furnishing
detailed instructions to be followed to provide efficient petro-
Statement on distribution of petroleum in occupied countries 311
Statement on export allocations of petroleum by the Department
Exhibit 1. United States exports of crude petroleum and petro-
leum products to U. S. S. R., monthly, July-November 1947--
Exhibit 2. United States petroleum stocks at refineries, bulk
terminals and pipe lines -
and by principal commodities, monthly, January-November