With gasoline prices spiking to more than $3 per gallon and the vulnerability of the energy sector exposed by Hurricane Katrina, members of Congress may push for more energy legislation. Is Sen. Pete Domenici (R-N.M.) interested in pairing offshore drilling provisions with a fuel economy boost? Will Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.) try and streamline the refinery construction process? And will the Army Corps of Engineers see more funding before the end of 2005? E&E Daily reporters and editors tackle these and other issues as Congress returns from a tumultuous August recess.
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