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(E) $57,800,000 for State and local conser

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vation functions;

(F) $480,000 for market survey and analysis

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functions; and

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(C) $2,119,000 for program analysis functions; and

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(D) $10,020,000 for policy and management

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(6) the Office of Consumer Affairs and Competi

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tion, established by title II of this Act, not to exceed

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(7) the Office of the Secretary, not to exceed $1,000,000 for purposes of the Task Force on Regulatory Reform, established by the Department of Energy on January 31, 1978; and

(8) the Assistant Secretary for Energy Technology, not to exceed $300,000 for industrial cogenera

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tion functions.

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VANPOOL VEHICLE PURCHASE RESTRICTION

13 Sec. 103. The Secretary may not use any funds appro14 priated to the Department of Energy for the fiscal year 15 ending September 30, 1979, for the purchase (or lease) of 16 vehicles for use by Federal employees in vanpooling arrange17 ments (as defined in section 381(b)(2)(B) of the Energy Policy

18 and Conservation Act (42 U.S.C. 6361)), unless such pur

19 chase (or lease) and use is specifically authorized by a statute

20 enacted after the date of the enactment of this Act.

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LIMITATION ON REPROGRAMING OF FUNDS

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Sec. 104. (a) Subject to the limitations of subsection (b)

23 of this section and the limitations of sections 101(b) and 103

24 of this title, no amount appropriated pursuant to this title 25 may be used for any function or purpose in excess of the

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1 amount expressly authorized to be appropriated for that func

2 tion or purpose by this title, nor may the amount available for

3 any function or purpose from sums appropriated pursuant to 4 this title be reduced by more than 5 percent of the total of 5 the sums appropriated pursuant to this title for such function

6 or purpose, unless

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(1) a period of 30 calendar days (not including any day in which either House of Congress is not in session because of an adjournment of more than 3 calendar days to a day certain or an adjournment sine die)

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has passed after the receipt by the Committee on In

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terstate and Foreign Commerce of the House of Rep

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resentatives and the Committee on Energy and Natu

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ral Resources of the Senate of notice given by the Sec

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retary or the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, as the case may be, containing a full and complete statement of the action proposed to be taken and the

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facts and circumstances relied upon in support of such

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(2) each such committee before the expiration of

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such period has transmitted to the Secretary or the

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Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, as the case may be, written notice stating in substance that such

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committee has no objection to the proposed action.

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1 (b) No amount appropriated for purposes of petroleum 2 acquisition and transportation pursuant to section 102(5)(A)(i) 3 may be used

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(1) for purposes of facility or equipment site design, construction, or acquisition under the Strategic

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Petroleum Reserve Plan, or

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(2) for any other purpose or function.

8 (c) In the case of any office or unit within the Depart9 ment to which funds are authorized to be appropriated with10 out reference to a particular function or purpose, subsection 11 (a) of this section shall be applied to such office or unit as if 12 the references in such subsection to “function or purpose"

13 were to that office or unit.

14 (d) The department shall provide, on a periodic basis, a 15 report of all reprograming of funds appropriated pursuant to 16 this title to the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Com

17 merce of the House of Representatives and the Committee on

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22 pursuant to this Act may be used to maintain the middle

23 distillate monitoring system at the independent wholesale and 24 retail levels established in connection with Energy Actions 25 numbered 3 and 4, or any comparable monitoring system

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1 which establishes, or has the effect of establishing, margin 2 controls or trigger prices at such levels regarding middle dis3 tillates or motor gasoline, except that this section shall not be 4 construed to preclude the use of funds for collecting and ana5 lyzing information concerning such distillates or motor gaso6 line under the Department's data-gathering authorities or to 7 preclude the use of funds by the Department in taking any 8 action concerning regulation of such products to the extent 9 consistent with applicable law.

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LIMITATION ON USE OF FUNDS IN ADMINISTERING

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CERTAIN REGULATIONS

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Sec. 106. (a) No funds authorized to be appropriated

13 pursuant to this Act may be expended to enforce any regula14 tion of the Department of energy regarding the supplier-pur15 chaser relationship between crude oil producers and purchas

16 ers of crude oil (10 C.F.R. 211.63) which has not been re

17 viewed by the Department within 60 days after the date of 18 the enactment of this Act and modified, as the Secretary of

19 Energy determines necessary, by a proposed rule, to remove

20 aspects of such regulation which eliminate competition,

21 unless such aspect of such regulation is necessary to protect 22 the supply of crude oil to small refiners or is essential to 23 implementation of crude oil pricing regulations, as deter24 mined by the Secretary of Energy.

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