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Power:

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Costs

38
Deficit, anticipated 1974..

103
Operations

37
Rate increase

43
Requirements forecast.

99, 100
Preliminary engineering-

127
Questions of Hon. Warren G. Magnuson..

145
Ra ver-Maple Valley.--

121
Repayment of investment.

46
Revenue estimates---

108
Richmond, H. R., administrator, statement-

1
Prepared statement.

4
Santiam-Toledo-Wendson

115
Southwest Washington area service_-

121
Technical laboratory facility ----

129
The Dalles area transmission addition.

123
The Dalles powerhouse line No. 6_.

118
Thermal projects contracts.-

104
Transmission construction program.

36
Trust funds.

146
Itemization of estimate-

150
Justification --

147
Underground transmission.-

106
Wheeling

40
DELAWARE RIVER BASIN COMMISSION
Analysis by activities ---

370
Authority of the commission.-

376
Contribution to the commission.

372, 377, 378, 381
Analysis by activities ---

372
Itemization of estimate-

373
Justification

372
Financial summary-

374
Itemization of estimate_

371
Justification

370
Permanent positions.-

379
Printing and reproduction.-

380
Salaries and expenses--

370, 376, 378
Supplies and material.-

380
Travel expenses---

379
Van Wegan, Paul M., U.S. Coinmissioner, statement..

375
Biography

375
NATIONAL WATER COMMISSION
Appling, Howell, Jr., biography--

167
Baxter, Samuel S., biography.

167
Budget request---

163
Commission staff and consultants.

163, 165
Ellis, Clyde T., biography-..

167
Ernst, Roger C., biography

168
Itemization of estimate--

159
Justification

152
Linsley, Ray K. biography---

168
Luce, Charles F., chairman, biography.

167
New positions----

169
Operating cost increase_

173
Phasing of work..

164
Program and financing-

157
Salaries and expenses..

156
Special studies---

160, 170
Summary of work phases.

169
Travel expenses.-

171, 174
Utilization of existing facilities.

171
Wheat, Josiah, biography---

168

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PANAMA CANAL
CANAL ZONE GOVERNMENT

Budget request.
Capital outlay----

Justification
Civil functions.--
Corozal Hospital steamplant-
Education
Gorgas Hospital parking
Government expenses, general.
Health and sanitation--
Health facility improvements.
Hospitals and clinics..
Leber, Maj. Gen. Walter P., statement-
Municipal systems--
Operating expenses.

Justification
Pavement replacement.
Police and firefighting-
Police protection.-
Postal service..
Public areas and facilities--
Railroad crossing improvements.-
Recruitment and repatriation...
Road and street replacements.-
Summary statement-
Water service to Panama---

Page

469
446, 451

479
462

493
470, 489, 492

491
468, 478

466
492
474
439

489
445, 451

454
492
489
470
469
473
490
479
491
451
447

PANAMA CANAL COMPANY

539

588
444, 452

556

540
539, 546

505

Annuity payment..
Capacity improvements..
Capital outlay.

Justification
Capital repayments..
Channel maintenance-
Employment costs_
Housing:

Latin American community-

U.S. community-
Information office--
Investment of U.S. Government..
Limitation increase...
Limitation on general and administrative expenses.

Justification
Lock fender systems.
Lock maintenance.
Locks improvements.
Mount Hope toolroom.
Navigation service and lock operations.
North Gatun approach banklights---
Operations
Other operating data, justification..
Pedro Miguel lock control modernization..
Personnel administration ----
Recruitment and repatriation.
Revenues and transits..
Tolls, source-
Tolls study
Tugs and launches -

550
550, 591

502
542
502
443
494
587
547
589
587
539

587
440, 452

506
588
503
504
441
540
5A8
589

SOUTHEASTERN POWER ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT
OF THE INTERIOR

Page
Administration responsibilities.

191
Budget request_-.

192, 202, 315
Continuing fund.-

198
Customers, by fiscal years, chart.-
Energy and wheeling fund.---

194
Energy marketed, by fiscal years, chart.
Fortune, Jim, Administrator, statement-

191
Prepared statement-

314
General administration.--.

215
Justification

178
Analysis by activity -

179
General administration.

189
General statement----

181
Operation and maintenance-

178
Power contracts and rates..

187
Purchase of energy and wheeling charges..

186
System operation and maintenance.

184
Marketing arrangements.-

318
Millers Ferry project--

194
New positions---

193, 205
Payout situation..

192
Power purchases.

196
Projects operating and under construction, November 1969

320
Purchase of energy and wheeling charges.-

202, 203
Energy wheeling fund.

202
Repayment statement -

200
Repayment study---

206
Revenue analysis, fiscal years 1968 and 1969, chart..
Revenue earned, by fiscal years, chart..

323
Revenues, 1969–70...

199
Review of activities accounts..

316
Revolving fund...

197
Status of contracts under active review.-

315
Status of generating capacity, March 1, 1970_.
Undeveloped projects --
Wolf Creek projects, Cumberland Basin..

200
SOUTHWESTERN POWER ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT

OF THE INTERIOR
Administration and engineering-

363
Appropriations from inception...

301
Arkansas Power & Light Co.---

348
Associated electric cooperative.

344
Bentonville substation addition..

361
Brazos Electric Power Cooperative, Inc.-

355, 358
Brown substation addition..

361
Budget request..

327
Carthage substation addition.

361
Comanche and Russett substations-

361
Construction---

327
Continuing fund.--

295, 302
Analysis by activity----

296
Summary of increases and decreases.

295
Contract negotiations--

367
Deficient contracts.

343
Energy available for sale--

306
Estimated obligations, unobligated balances, and savings.

300
General administration.-

365

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Justification

268
Analysis by activities..

269
Construction

268
Itemization of estimate.

280
Program summary-

270
Projects

273
System construction.

271
Kerr Dam substation --

362
King, Peter C., Administrator, statement..

297
Magnitude of contract deficiencies, chart.-

342
Net generation and other resources, 1968 and 1969.

304
Net hydro generation.-

309
New Madrid substation addition.-

360
Oklahoma companies---

346
Operation and maintenance.

281, 327, 363
Analysis by activity--

282
Breakdown by customers.-

291
Capacities and online dates for power generating units..

287
General administration---

290
General statement--

283
Justification

284
Power contracts and rates---

289
Purchase of power and wheeling charges_-

290
Summary of increases and decreases_-

281
Ozark Dam-Grid Line-

360
Paragould substation addition.-

362
Poplar Bluff substation addition.-

362
Power contracts and rates.

365
Power storage and potential energy available, February 28, 1970.-

308
Projects in operation.-

311
Projects under construction...

313
Purchase of power and wheeling charges.

366
Questions of Douglas Wright ---

330
Questions of Hon. Stuart Symington.-

337
Remaining projects----

341
Revenues and expenses.-

328
Sales :
By class of customer---

306
Kilowatt-hour, fiscal years 1944 through 1969_

307
Sam Rayburn Dam Electric Cooperative--

356, 358
Source and application of funds, Dec. 31, 1969.

303
Southwestern Electric Power Co---

353
Springfield substation addition --

360
Standby pool customers..

299
System construction ---

359
System operation and maintenance--

364
Tex-La Electric Cooperative, Inc----

357, 358
Voltage control capacitors----

362
Western Farmers Electric Cooperative---

351

TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY

Additional generating capacity---

Additions and improvements at power facilities--
Justification
Paradise steamplant, unit 3-----
Preliminary engineering and design.

Transmission system facilities---
Additions and improvements at multipurpose facilities.-

Justification

Visitor facilities and improvements
Appalachian Regional Commission contribution.
Bear Creek project, Ala--

Justification
Total cost-

817
825
818
818
827
818
683
684
686

605
-604, 650

651
656

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834
-610, 810

813
811
813

604
814
817
815

640
605, 607, 627, 6S

775
785, 792

776
709

771
770
774

Borrowings ----
Browns Ferry nuclear plant, units 1, 2, and 3_

Cost estimates.
Justification

Nuclear plant investigations.
Budget request.
Chemical plant facilities..
Cumberland steam plant, units 1 and 2-

Cost estimate.

Justification
Duck River project.

Benefit-cost ratio.
Budgetary reserve-
Justification

Related developments and investments.
Duffield, Va., flood control project--
Environmental problems.--
Fertilizer and munitions development.

Fertilizer introduction---
Fertilizer research and development-

Justification
Fertilizer and munitions development program.

Ammonia plant modernization.
Chemical facilities, capital outlay.
Justification

Urea, urea-ammonium phosphate facilities..
Flood control facilities..

Justification
Flood control operations..

Justification

System flood control studies.
Flood control program.-
General resources development -

Demonstrations in education and manpower development-
Development of tributary areas.-
Environmental quality projects----
Environmental research and development-
Justification
Land resources projects.--

Agricultural projects-

Minerals projects..
Regional development planning-
General service activities.-

General facilities.-
Helicopter purchase.
Justification

Passenger sedans..
Harriman-Rockwood industrial corridor.
Hydroelectric sites.--
Investigations for future facilities..
Kingsport, Tenn., planning study-
Land Between the lakes project.

Administrative costs.-
Estimated cost---
Justification

Land acquisition.-
Locations of new industry-
Melton Hill industrial sites.
Mills River unit.
Multipurpose reservoir operations.-

Effects of herbicides.
Investigations and control of reservoir ecology
Justification

748
745
741
752
725

732
740

846
839

845
611, 628

613
618, 626

627
614, 760

616
768
761
615
863
614
648
712
722
722
713

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