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Douglas A.

Grandt

PO Box 6603
Lincoln, NE 68506
(510) 432-1452
July 13, 2015

Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources


Lisa Murkowski
709 Hart

Jeff Flake
413 Russell

Maria Cantwell
511 Hart

Elizabeth Warren
317 Hart

Lamar Alexander
455 Dirksen

Cory Gardner
354 Russell

Al Franken
309 Hart

Ron Wyden
221 Dirksen

John Barrasso
307 Dirksen

John Hoeven
338 Russell

Martin Heinrich
702 Hart

Shelley Capito
172 Russell

Mike Lee
361A Russell

Mazie Hirono
330 Hart

Bernie Sanders
332 Dirksen

Bill Cassidy
703 Hart

Rob Portman
448 Russell

Joe Manchin
306 Hart

Angus King
133 Hart

Steve Daines
320 Hart

James E. Risch
483 Russell

Debbie Stabenow
731 Hart

Re: Oil Refining - Considering future eventualities versus the myopia of the present (letter #17)
Dear Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources,
On June 29, I sent you my fifteenth letter which included a multiple-choice survey for your
convenience in responding to me, as you have not responded to any of my previous letters.
Knowing you have a privilege of waiving postage with your signature, I included a stamped
self-addressed envelope to encourage your immediate response to my questions. Your
failure to respond cannot be blamed on not having sufficient time to consider your position
on the matter, and surely your staff have communicated the essence of my concerns to you.
But just on the off-chance that you are completely oblivious of my efforts to communicate
with you, here is a photograph of the letter and enclosures to help you determine the reason
for not being aware of my concerns.
If you would like me to mail or email
you the complete chronology of my
letters again, I will gladly do so.
My desire is for you and Americas
best and brightest policy makers to
come up with contingency plans.
Enclosed is a third copy of the
survey, which I believe you, your
staff and I will find helpful when we
eventually meet face to face.

.
Doug Grandt
answerthecall@mac.com

Douglas A. Grandt

PO Box 6603
Lincoln, NE 68506
(510) 432-1452
July 13, 2015

Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources


Lisa Murkowski
709 Hart

Jeff Flake
413 Russell

Maria Cantwell
511 Hart

Elizabeth Warren
317 Hart

Lamar Alexander
455 Dirksen

Cory Gardner
354 Russell

Al Franken
309 Hart

Ron Wyden
221 Dirksen

John Barrasso
307 Dirksen

John Hoeven
338 Russell

Martin Heinrich
702 Hart

Shelley Capito
172 Russell

Mike Lee
361A Russell

Mazie Hirono
330 Hart

Bernie Sanders
332 Dirksen

Bill Cassidy
703 Hart

Rob Portman
448 Russell

Joe Manchin
306 Hart

Angus King
133 Hart

Steve Daines
320 Hart

James E. Risch
483 Russell

Debbie Stabenow
731 Hart

Re: Oil Refining - Considering future eventualities versus the myopia of the present (letter #17)
Dear Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources,
On June 29, I sent you my fifteenth letter which included a multiple-choice survey for your
convenience in responding to me, as you have not responded to any of my previous letters.
Knowing you have a privilege of waiving postage with your signature, I included a stamped
self-addressed envelope to encourage your immediate response to my questions. Your
failure to respond cannot be blamed on not having sufficient time to consider your position
on the matter, and surely your staff have communicated the essence of my concerns to you.
But just on the off-chance that you are completely oblivious of my efforts to communicate
with you, here is a photograph of the letter and enclosures to help you determine the reason
for not being aware of my concerns.
If you would like me to mail or email
you the complete chronology of my
letters again, I will gladly do so.
My desire is for you and Americas
best and brightest policy makers to
come up with contingency plans.
Enclosed is a third copy of the
survey, which I believe you, your
staff and I will find helpful when we
eventually meet face to face.

.
Doug Grandt
answerthecall@mac.com

Douglas A. Grandt

PO Box 6603
Lincoln, NE 68506
(510) 432-1452
July 13, 2015

Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources


Lisa Murkowski
709 Hart

Jeff Flake
413 Russell

Maria Cantwell
511 Hart

Elizabeth Warren
317 Hart

Lamar Alexander
455 Dirksen

Cory Gardner
354 Russell

Al Franken
309 Hart

Ron Wyden
221 Dirksen

John Barrasso
307 Dirksen

John Hoeven
338 Russell

Martin Heinrich
702 Hart

Shelley Capito
172 Russell

Mike Lee
361A Russell

Mazie Hirono
330 Hart

Bernie Sanders
332 Dirksen

Bill Cassidy
703 Hart

Rob Portman
448 Russell

Joe Manchin
306 Hart

Angus King
133 Hart

Steve Daines
320 Hart

James E. Risch
483 Russell

Debbie Stabenow
731 Hart

Re: Oil Refining - Considering future eventualities versus the myopia of the present (letter #17)
Dear Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources,
On June 29, I sent you my fifteenth letter which included a multiple-choice survey for your
convenience in responding to me, as you have not responded to any of my previous letters.
Knowing you have a privilege of waiving postage with your signature, I included a stamped
self-addressed envelope to encourage your immediate response to my questions. Your
failure to respond cannot be blamed on not having sufficient time to consider your position
on the matter, and surely your staff have communicated the essence of my concerns to you.
But just on the off-chance that you are completely oblivious of my efforts to communicate
with you, here is a photograph of the letter and enclosures to help you determine the reason
for not being aware of my concerns.
If you would like me to mail or email
you the complete chronology of my
letters again, I will gladly do so.
My desire is for you and Americas
best and brightest policy makers to
come up with contingency plans.
Enclosed is a third copy of the
survey, which I believe you, your
staff and I will find helpful when we
eventually meet face to face.

.
Doug Grandt
answerthecall@mac.com

Douglas A. Grandt

PO Box 6603
Lincoln, NE 68506
(510) 432-1452
July 13, 2015

Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources


Lisa Murkowski
709 Hart

Jeff Flake
413 Russell

Maria Cantwell
511 Hart

Elizabeth Warren
317 Hart

Lamar Alexander
455 Dirksen

Cory Gardner
354 Russell

Al Franken
309 Hart

Ron Wyden
221 Dirksen

John Barrasso
307 Dirksen

John Hoeven
338 Russell

Martin Heinrich
702 Hart

Shelley Capito
172 Russell

Mike Lee
361A Russell

Mazie Hirono
330 Hart

Bernie Sanders
332 Dirksen

Bill Cassidy
703 Hart

Rob Portman
448 Russell

Joe Manchin
306 Hart

Angus King
133 Hart

Steve Daines
320 Hart

James E. Risch
483 Russell

Debbie Stabenow
731 Hart

Re: Oil Refining - Considering future eventualities versus the myopia of the present (letter #17)
Dear Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources,
On June 29, I sent you my fifteenth letter which included a multiple-choice survey for your
convenience in responding to me, as you have not responded to any of my previous letters.
Knowing you have a privilege of waiving postage with your signature, I included a stamped
self-addressed envelope to encourage your immediate response to my questions. Your
failure to respond cannot be blamed on not having sufficient time to consider your position
on the matter, and surely your staff have communicated the essence of my concerns to you.
But just on the off-chance that you are completely oblivious of my efforts to communicate
with you, here is a photograph of the letter and enclosures to help you determine the reason
for not being aware of my concerns.
If you would like me to mail or email
you the complete chronology of my
letters again, I will gladly do so.
My desire is for you and Americas
best and brightest policy makers to
come up with contingency plans.
Enclosed is a third copy of the
survey, which I believe you, your
staff and I will find helpful when we
eventually meet face to face.

.
Doug Grandt
answerthecall@mac.com

Douglas A. Grandt

PO Box 6603
Lincoln, NE 68506
(510) 432-1452
July 13, 2015

Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources


Lisa Murkowski
709 Hart

Jeff Flake
413 Russell

Maria Cantwell
511 Hart

Elizabeth Warren
317 Hart

Lamar Alexander
455 Dirksen

Cory Gardner
354 Russell

Al Franken
309 Hart

Ron Wyden
221 Dirksen

John Barrasso
307 Dirksen

John Hoeven
338 Russell

Martin Heinrich
702 Hart

Shelley Capito
172 Russell

Mike Lee
361A Russell

Mazie Hirono
330 Hart

Bernie Sanders
332 Dirksen

Bill Cassidy
703 Hart

Rob Portman
448 Russell

Joe Manchin
306 Hart

Angus King
133 Hart

Steve Daines
320 Hart

James E. Risch
483 Russell

Debbie Stabenow
731 Hart

Re: Oil Refining - Considering future eventualities versus the myopia of the present (letter #17)
Dear Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources,
On June 29, I sent you my fifteenth letter which included a multiple-choice survey for your
convenience in responding to me, as you have not responded to any of my previous letters.
Knowing you have a privilege of waiving postage with your signature, I included a stamped
self-addressed envelope to encourage your immediate response to my questions. Your
failure to respond cannot be blamed on not having sufficient time to consider your position
on the matter, and surely your staff have communicated the essence of my concerns to you.
But just on the off-chance that you are completely oblivious of my efforts to communicate
with you, here is a photograph of the letter and enclosures to help you determine the reason
for not being aware of my concerns.
If you would like me to mail or email
you the complete chronology of my
letters again, I will gladly do so.
My desire is for you and Americas
best and brightest policy makers to
come up with contingency plans.
Enclosed is a third copy of the
survey, which I believe you, your
staff and I will find helpful when we
eventually meet face to face.

.
Doug Grandt
answerthecall@mac.com

Douglas A. Grandt

PO Box 6603
Lincoln, NE 68506
(510) 432-1452
July 13, 2015

Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources


Lisa Murkowski
709 Hart

Jeff Flake
413 Russell

Maria Cantwell
511 Hart

Elizabeth Warren
317 Hart

Lamar Alexander
455 Dirksen

Cory Gardner
354 Russell

Al Franken
309 Hart

Ron Wyden
221 Dirksen

John Barrasso
307 Dirksen

John Hoeven
338 Russell

Martin Heinrich
702 Hart

Shelley Capito
172 Russell

Mike Lee
361A Russell

Mazie Hirono
330 Hart

Bernie Sanders
332 Dirksen

Bill Cassidy
703 Hart

Rob Portman
448 Russell

Joe Manchin
306 Hart

Angus King
133 Hart

Steve Daines
320 Hart

James E. Risch
483 Russell

Debbie Stabenow
731 Hart

Re: Oil Refining - Considering future eventualities versus the myopia of the present (letter #17)
Dear Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources,
On June 29, I sent you my fifteenth letter which included a multiple-choice survey for your
convenience in responding to me, as you have not responded to any of my previous letters.
Knowing you have a privilege of waiving postage with your signature, I included a stamped
self-addressed envelope to encourage your immediate response to my questions. Your
failure to respond cannot be blamed on not having sufficient time to consider your position
on the matter, and surely your staff have communicated the essence of my concerns to you.
But just on the off-chance that you are completely oblivious of my efforts to communicate
with you, here is a photograph of the letter and enclosures to help you determine the reason
for not being aware of my concerns.
If you would like me to mail or email
you the complete chronology of my
letters again, I will gladly do so.
My desire is for you and Americas
best and brightest policy makers to
come up with contingency plans.
Enclosed is a third copy of the
survey, which I believe you, your
staff and I will find helpful when we
eventually meet face to face.

.
Doug Grandt
answerthecall@mac.com

Douglas A. Grandt

PO Box 6603
Lincoln, NE 68506
(510) 432-1452
July 13, 2015

Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources


Lisa Murkowski
709 Hart

Jeff Flake
413 Russell

Maria Cantwell
511 Hart

Elizabeth Warren
317 Hart

Lamar Alexander
455 Dirksen

Cory Gardner
354 Russell

Al Franken
309 Hart

Ron Wyden
221 Dirksen

John Barrasso
307 Dirksen

John Hoeven
338 Russell

Martin Heinrich
702 Hart

Shelley Capito
172 Russell

Mike Lee
361A Russell

Mazie Hirono
330 Hart

Bernie Sanders
332 Dirksen

Bill Cassidy
703 Hart

Rob Portman
448 Russell

Joe Manchin
306 Hart

Angus King
133 Hart

Steve Daines
320 Hart

James E. Risch
483 Russell

Debbie Stabenow
731 Hart

Re: Oil Refining - Considering future eventualities versus the myopia of the present (letter #17)
Dear Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources,
On June 29, I sent you my fifteenth letter which included a multiple-choice survey for your
convenience in responding to me, as you have not responded to any of my previous letters.
Knowing you have a privilege of waiving postage with your signature, I included a stamped
self-addressed envelope to encourage your immediate response to my questions. Your
failure to respond cannot be blamed on not having sufficient time to consider your position
on the matter, and surely your staff have communicated the essence of my concerns to you.
But just on the off-chance that you are completely oblivious of my efforts to communicate
with you, here is a photograph of the letter and enclosures to help you determine the reason
for not being aware of my concerns.
If you would like me to mail or email
you the complete chronology of my
letters again, I will gladly do so.
My desire is for you and Americas
best and brightest policy makers to
come up with contingency plans.
Enclosed is a third copy of the
survey, which I believe you, your
staff and I will find helpful when we
eventually meet face to face.

.
Doug Grandt
answerthecall@mac.com

Douglas A. Grandt

PO Box 6603
Lincoln, NE 68506
(510) 432-1452
July 13, 2015

Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources


Lisa Murkowski
709 Hart

Jeff Flake
413 Russell

Maria Cantwell
511 Hart

Elizabeth Warren
317 Hart

Lamar Alexander
455 Dirksen

Cory Gardner
354 Russell

Al Franken
309 Hart

Ron Wyden
221 Dirksen

John Barrasso
307 Dirksen

John Hoeven
338 Russell

Martin Heinrich
702 Hart

Shelley Capito
172 Russell

Mike Lee
361A Russell

Mazie Hirono
330 Hart

Bernie Sanders
332 Dirksen

Bill Cassidy
703 Hart

Rob Portman
448 Russell

Joe Manchin
306 Hart

Angus King
133 Hart

Steve Daines
320 Hart

James E. Risch
483 Russell

Debbie Stabenow
731 Hart

Re: Oil Refining - Considering future eventualities versus the myopia of the present (letter #17)
Dear Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources,
On June 29, I sent you my fifteenth letter which included a multiple-choice survey for your
convenience in responding to me, as you have not responded to any of my previous letters.
Knowing you have a privilege of waiving postage with your signature, I included a stamped
self-addressed envelope to encourage your immediate response to my questions. Your
failure to respond cannot be blamed on not having sufficient time to consider your position
on the matter, and surely your staff have communicated the essence of my concerns to you.
But just on the off-chance that you are completely oblivious of my efforts to communicate
with you, here is a photograph of the letter and enclosures to help you determine the reason
for not being aware of my concerns.
If you would like me to mail or email
you the complete chronology of my
letters again, I will gladly do so.
My desire is for you and Americas
best and brightest policy makers to
come up with contingency plans.
Enclosed is a third copy of the
survey, which I believe you, your
staff and I will find helpful when we
eventually meet face to face.

.
Doug Grandt
answerthecall@mac.com

Douglas A. Grandt

PO Box 6603
Lincoln, NE 68506
(510) 432-1452
July 13, 2015

Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources


Lisa Murkowski
709 Hart

Jeff Flake
413 Russell

Maria Cantwell
511 Hart

Elizabeth Warren
317 Hart

Lamar Alexander
455 Dirksen

Cory Gardner
354 Russell

Al Franken
309 Hart

Ron Wyden
221 Dirksen

John Barrasso
307 Dirksen

John Hoeven
338 Russell

Martin Heinrich
702 Hart

Shelley Capito
172 Russell

Mike Lee
361A Russell

Mazie Hirono
330 Hart

Bernie Sanders
332 Dirksen

Bill Cassidy
703 Hart

Rob Portman
448 Russell

Joe Manchin
306 Hart

Angus King
133 Hart

Steve Daines
320 Hart

James E. Risch
483 Russell

Debbie Stabenow
731 Hart

Re: Oil Refining - Considering future eventualities versus the myopia of the present (letter #17)
Dear Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources,
On June 29, I sent you my fifteenth letter which included a multiple-choice survey for your
convenience in responding to me, as you have not responded to any of my previous letters.
Knowing you have a privilege of waiving postage with your signature, I included a stamped
self-addressed envelope to encourage your immediate response to my questions. Your
failure to respond cannot be blamed on not having sufficient time to consider your position
on the matter, and surely your staff have communicated the essence of my concerns to you.
But just on the off-chance that you are completely oblivious of my efforts to communicate
with you, here is a photograph of the letter and enclosures to help you determine the reason
for not being aware of my concerns.
If you would like me to mail or email
you the complete chronology of my
letters again, I will gladly do so.
My desire is for you and Americas
best and brightest policy makers to
come up with contingency plans.
Enclosed is a third copy of the
survey, which I believe you, your
staff and I will find helpful when we
eventually meet face to face.

.
Doug Grandt
answerthecall@mac.com

Douglas A. Grandt

PO Box 6603
Lincoln, NE 68506
(510) 432-1452
July 13, 2015

Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources


Lisa Murkowski
709 Hart

Jeff Flake
413 Russell

Maria Cantwell
511 Hart

Elizabeth Warren
317 Hart

Lamar Alexander
455 Dirksen

Cory Gardner
354 Russell

Al Franken
309 Hart

Ron Wyden
221 Dirksen

John Barrasso
307 Dirksen

John Hoeven
338 Russell

Martin Heinrich
702 Hart

Shelley Capito
172 Russell

Mike Lee
361A Russell

Mazie Hirono
330 Hart

Bernie Sanders
332 Dirksen

Bill Cassidy
703 Hart

Rob Portman
448 Russell

Joe Manchin
306 Hart

Angus King
133 Hart

Steve Daines
320 Hart

James E. Risch
483 Russell

Debbie Stabenow
731 Hart

Re: Oil Refining - Considering future eventualities versus the myopia of the present (letter #17)
Dear Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources,
On June 29, I sent you my fifteenth letter which included a multiple-choice survey for your
convenience in responding to me, as you have not responded to any of my previous letters.
Knowing you have a privilege of waiving postage with your signature, I included a stamped
self-addressed envelope to encourage your immediate response to my questions. Your
failure to respond cannot be blamed on not having sufficient time to consider your position
on the matter, and surely your staff have communicated the essence of my concerns to you.
But just on the off-chance that you are completely oblivious of my efforts to communicate
with you, here is a photograph of the letter and enclosures to help you determine the reason
for not being aware of my concerns.
If you would like me to mail or email
you the complete chronology of my
letters again, I will gladly do so.
My desire is for you and Americas
best and brightest policy makers to
come up with contingency plans.
Enclosed is a third copy of the
survey, which I believe you, your
staff and I will find helpful when we
eventually meet face to face.

.
Doug Grandt
answerthecall@mac.com

Douglas A. Grandt

PO Box 6603
Lincoln, NE 68506
(510) 432-1452
July 13, 2015

Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources


Lisa Murkowski
709 Hart

Jeff Flake
413 Russell

Maria Cantwell
511 Hart

Elizabeth Warren
317 Hart

Lamar Alexander
455 Dirksen

Cory Gardner
354 Russell

Al Franken
309 Hart

Ron Wyden
221 Dirksen

John Barrasso
307 Dirksen

John Hoeven
338 Russell

Martin Heinrich
702 Hart

Shelley Capito
172 Russell

Mike Lee
361A Russell

Mazie Hirono
330 Hart

Bernie Sanders
332 Dirksen

Bill Cassidy
703 Hart

Rob Portman
448 Russell

Joe Manchin
306 Hart

Angus King
133 Hart

Steve Daines
320 Hart

James E. Risch
483 Russell

Debbie Stabenow
731 Hart

Re: Oil Refining - Considering future eventualities versus the myopia of the present (letter #17)
Dear Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources,
On June 29, I sent you my fifteenth letter which included a multiple-choice survey for your
convenience in responding to me, as you have not responded to any of my previous letters.
Knowing you have a privilege of waiving postage with your signature, I included a stamped
self-addressed envelope to encourage your immediate response to my questions. Your
failure to respond cannot be blamed on not having sufficient time to consider your position
on the matter, and surely your staff have communicated the essence of my concerns to you.
But just on the off-chance that you are completely oblivious of my efforts to communicate
with you, here is a photograph of the letter and enclosures to help you determine the reason
for not being aware of my concerns.
If you would like me to mail or email
you the complete chronology of my
letters again, I will gladly do so.
My desire is for you and Americas
best and brightest policy makers to
come up with contingency plans.
Enclosed is a third copy of the
survey, which I believe you, your
staff and I will find helpful when we
eventually meet face to face.

.
Doug Grandt
answerthecall@mac.com

Douglas A. Grandt

PO Box 6603
Lincoln, NE 68506
(510) 432-1452
July 13, 2015

Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources


Lisa Murkowski
709 Hart

Jeff Flake
413 Russell

Maria Cantwell
511 Hart

Elizabeth Warren
317 Hart

Lamar Alexander
455 Dirksen

Cory Gardner
354 Russell

Al Franken
309 Hart

Ron Wyden
221 Dirksen

John Barrasso
307 Dirksen

John Hoeven
338 Russell

Martin Heinrich
702 Hart

Shelley Capito
172 Russell

Mike Lee
361A Russell

Mazie Hirono
330 Hart

Bernie Sanders
332 Dirksen

Bill Cassidy
703 Hart

Rob Portman
448 Russell

Joe Manchin
306 Hart

Angus King
133 Hart

Steve Daines
320 Hart

James E. Risch
483 Russell

Debbie Stabenow
731 Hart

Re: Oil Refining - Considering future eventualities versus the myopia of the present (letter #17)
Dear Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources,
On June 29, I sent you my fifteenth letter which included a multiple-choice survey for your
convenience in responding to me, as you have not responded to any of my previous letters.
Knowing you have a privilege of waiving postage with your signature, I included a stamped
self-addressed envelope to encourage your immediate response to my questions. Your
failure to respond cannot be blamed on not having sufficient time to consider your position
on the matter, and surely your staff have communicated the essence of my concerns to you.
But just on the off-chance that you are completely oblivious of my efforts to communicate
with you, here is a photograph of the letter and enclosures to help you determine the reason
for not being aware of my concerns.
If you would like me to mail or email
you the complete chronology of my
letters again, I will gladly do so.
My desire is for you and Americas
best and brightest policy makers to
come up with contingency plans.
Enclosed is a third copy of the
survey, which I believe you, your
staff and I will find helpful when we
eventually meet face to face.

.
Doug Grandt
answerthecall@mac.com

Douglas A. Grandt

PO Box 6603
Lincoln, NE 68506
(510) 432-1452
July 13, 2015

Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources


Lisa Murkowski
709 Hart

Jeff Flake
413 Russell

Maria Cantwell
511 Hart

Elizabeth Warren
317 Hart

Lamar Alexander
455 Dirksen

Cory Gardner
354 Russell

Al Franken
309 Hart

Ron Wyden
221 Dirksen

John Barrasso
307 Dirksen

John Hoeven
338 Russell

Martin Heinrich
702 Hart

Shelley Capito
172 Russell

Mike Lee
361A Russell

Mazie Hirono
330 Hart

Bernie Sanders
332 Dirksen

Bill Cassidy
703 Hart

Rob Portman
448 Russell

Joe Manchin
306 Hart

Angus King
133 Hart

Steve Daines
320 Hart

James E. Risch
483 Russell

Debbie Stabenow
731 Hart

Re: Oil Refining - Considering future eventualities versus the myopia of the present (letter #17)
Dear Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources,
On June 29, I sent you my fifteenth letter which included a multiple-choice survey for your
convenience in responding to me, as you have not responded to any of my previous letters.
Knowing you have a privilege of waiving postage with your signature, I included a stamped
self-addressed envelope to encourage your immediate response to my questions. Your
failure to respond cannot be blamed on not having sufficient time to consider your position
on the matter, and surely your staff have communicated the essence of my concerns to you.
But just on the off-chance that you are completely oblivious of my efforts to communicate
with you, here is a photograph of the letter and enclosures to help you determine the reason
for not being aware of my concerns.
If you would like me to mail or email
you the complete chronology of my
letters again, I will gladly do so.
My desire is for you and Americas
best and brightest policy makers to
come up with contingency plans.
Enclosed is a third copy of the
survey, which I believe you, your
staff and I will find helpful when we
eventually meet face to face.

.
Doug Grandt
answerthecall@mac.com

Douglas A. Grandt

PO Box 6603
Lincoln, NE 68506
(510) 432-1452
July 13, 2015

Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources


Lisa Murkowski
709 Hart

Jeff Flake
413 Russell

Maria Cantwell
511 Hart

Elizabeth Warren
317 Hart

Lamar Alexander
455 Dirksen

Cory Gardner
354 Russell

Al Franken
309 Hart

Ron Wyden
221 Dirksen

John Barrasso
307 Dirksen

John Hoeven
338 Russell

Martin Heinrich
702 Hart

Shelley Capito
172 Russell

Mike Lee
361A Russell

Mazie Hirono
330 Hart

Bernie Sanders
332 Dirksen

Bill Cassidy
703 Hart

Rob Portman
448 Russell

Joe Manchin
306 Hart

Angus King
133 Hart

Steve Daines
320 Hart

James E. Risch
483 Russell

Debbie Stabenow
731 Hart

Re: Oil Refining - Considering future eventualities versus the myopia of the present (letter #17)
Dear Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources,
On June 29, I sent you my fifteenth letter which included a multiple-choice survey for your
convenience in responding to me, as you have not responded to any of my previous letters.
Knowing you have a privilege of waiving postage with your signature, I included a stamped
self-addressed envelope to encourage your immediate response to my questions. Your
failure to respond cannot be blamed on not having sufficient time to consider your position
on the matter, and surely your staff have communicated the essence of my concerns to you.
But just on the off-chance that you are completely oblivious of my efforts to communicate
with you, here is a photograph of the letter and enclosures to help you determine the reason
for not being aware of my concerns.
If you would like me to mail or email
you the complete chronology of my
letters again, I will gladly do so.
My desire is for you and Americas
best and brightest policy makers to
come up with contingency plans.
Enclosed is a third copy of the
survey, which I believe you, your
staff and I will find helpful when we
eventually meet face to face.

.
Doug Grandt
answerthecall@mac.com

Douglas A. Grandt

PO Box 6603
Lincoln, NE 68506
(510) 432-1452
July 13, 2015

Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources


Lisa Murkowski
709 Hart

Jeff Flake
413 Russell

Maria Cantwell
511 Hart

Elizabeth Warren
317 Hart

Lamar Alexander
455 Dirksen

Cory Gardner
354 Russell

Al Franken
309 Hart

Ron Wyden
221 Dirksen

John Barrasso
307 Dirksen

John Hoeven
338 Russell

Martin Heinrich
702 Hart

Shelley Capito
172 Russell

Mike Lee
361A Russell

Mazie Hirono
330 Hart

Bernie Sanders
332 Dirksen

Bill Cassidy
703 Hart

Rob Portman
448 Russell

Joe Manchin
306 Hart

Angus King
133 Hart

Steve Daines
320 Hart

James E. Risch
483 Russell

Debbie Stabenow
731 Hart

Re: Oil Refining - Considering future eventualities versus the myopia of the present (letter #17)
Dear Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources,
On June 29, I sent you my fifteenth letter which included a multiple-choice survey for your
convenience in responding to me, as you have not responded to any of my previous letters.
Knowing you have a privilege of waiving postage with your signature, I included a stamped
self-addressed envelope to encourage your immediate response to my questions. Your
failure to respond cannot be blamed on not having sufficient time to consider your position
on the matter, and surely your staff have communicated the essence of my concerns to you.
But just on the off-chance that you are completely oblivious of my efforts to communicate
with you, here is a photograph of the letter and enclosures to help you determine the reason
for not being aware of my concerns.
If you would like me to mail or email
you the complete chronology of my
letters again, I will gladly do so.
My desire is for you and Americas
best and brightest policy makers to
come up with contingency plans.
Enclosed is a third copy of the
survey, which I believe you, your
staff and I will find helpful when we
eventually meet face to face.

.
Doug Grandt
answerthecall@mac.com

Douglas A. Grandt

PO Box 6603
Lincoln, NE 68506
(510) 432-1452
July 13, 2015

Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources


Lisa Murkowski
709 Hart

Jeff Flake
413 Russell

Maria Cantwell
511 Hart

Elizabeth Warren
317 Hart

Lamar Alexander
455 Dirksen

Cory Gardner
354 Russell

Al Franken
309 Hart

Ron Wyden
221 Dirksen

John Barrasso
307 Dirksen

John Hoeven
338 Russell

Martin Heinrich
702 Hart

Shelley Capito
172 Russell

Mike Lee
361A Russell

Mazie Hirono
330 Hart

Bernie Sanders
332 Dirksen

Bill Cassidy
703 Hart

Rob Portman
448 Russell

Joe Manchin
306 Hart

Angus King
133 Hart

Steve Daines
320 Hart

James E. Risch
483 Russell

Debbie Stabenow
731 Hart

Re: Oil Refining - Considering future eventualities versus the myopia of the present (letter #17)
Dear Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources,
On June 29, I sent you my fifteenth letter which included a multiple-choice survey for your
convenience in responding to me, as you have not responded to any of my previous letters.
Knowing you have a privilege of waiving postage with your signature, I included a stamped
self-addressed envelope to encourage your immediate response to my questions. Your
failure to respond cannot be blamed on not having sufficient time to consider your position
on the matter, and surely your staff have communicated the essence of my concerns to you.
But just on the off-chance that you are completely oblivious of my efforts to communicate
with you, here is a photograph of the letter and enclosures to help you determine the reason
for not being aware of my concerns.
If you would like me to mail or email
you the complete chronology of my
letters again, I will gladly do so.
My desire is for you and Americas
best and brightest policy makers to
come up with contingency plans.
Enclosed is a third copy of the
survey, which I believe you, your
staff and I will find helpful when we
eventually meet face to face.

.
Doug Grandt
answerthecall@mac.com

Douglas A. Grandt

PO Box 6603
Lincoln, NE 68506
(510) 432-1452
July 13, 2015

Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources


Lisa Murkowski
709 Hart

Jeff Flake
413 Russell

Maria Cantwell
511 Hart

Elizabeth Warren
317 Hart

Lamar Alexander
455 Dirksen

Cory Gardner
354 Russell

Al Franken
309 Hart

Ron Wyden
221 Dirksen

John Barrasso
307 Dirksen

John Hoeven
338 Russell

Martin Heinrich
702 Hart

Shelley Capito
172 Russell

Mike Lee
361A Russell

Mazie Hirono
330 Hart

Bernie Sanders
332 Dirksen

Bill Cassidy
703 Hart

Rob Portman
448 Russell

Joe Manchin
306 Hart

Angus King
133 Hart

Steve Daines
320 Hart

James E. Risch
483 Russell

Debbie Stabenow
731 Hart

Re: Oil Refining - Considering future eventualities versus the myopia of the present (letter #17)
Dear Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources,
On June 29, I sent you my fifteenth letter which included a multiple-choice survey for your
convenience in responding to me, as you have not responded to any of my previous letters.
Knowing you have a privilege of waiving postage with your signature, I included a stamped
self-addressed envelope to encourage your immediate response to my questions. Your
failure to respond cannot be blamed on not having sufficient time to consider your position
on the matter, and surely your staff have communicated the essence of my concerns to you.
But just on the off-chance that you are completely oblivious of my efforts to communicate
with you, here is a photograph of the letter and enclosures to help you determine the reason
for not being aware of my concerns.
If you would like me to mail or email
you the complete chronology of my
letters again, I will gladly do so.
My desire is for you and Americas
best and brightest policy makers to
come up with contingency plans.
Enclosed is a third copy of the
survey, which I believe you, your
staff and I will find helpful when we
eventually meet face to face.

.
Doug Grandt
answerthecall@mac.com

Douglas A. Grandt

PO Box 6603
Lincoln, NE 68506
(510) 432-1452
July 13, 2015

Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources


Lisa Murkowski
709 Hart

Jeff Flake
413 Russell

Maria Cantwell
511 Hart

Elizabeth Warren
317 Hart

Lamar Alexander
455 Dirksen

Cory Gardner
354 Russell

Al Franken
309 Hart

Ron Wyden
221 Dirksen

John Barrasso
307 Dirksen

John Hoeven
338 Russell

Martin Heinrich
702 Hart

Shelley Capito
172 Russell

Mike Lee
361A Russell

Mazie Hirono
330 Hart

Bernie Sanders
332 Dirksen

Bill Cassidy
703 Hart

Rob Portman
448 Russell

Joe Manchin
306 Hart

Angus King
133 Hart

Steve Daines
320 Hart

James E. Risch
483 Russell

Debbie Stabenow
731 Hart

Re: Oil Refining - Considering future eventualities versus the myopia of the present (letter #17)
Dear Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources,
On June 29, I sent you my fifteenth letter which included a multiple-choice survey for your
convenience in responding to me, as you have not responded to any of my previous letters.
Knowing you have a privilege of waiving postage with your signature, I included a stamped
self-addressed envelope to encourage your immediate response to my questions. Your
failure to respond cannot be blamed on not having sufficient time to consider your position
on the matter, and surely your staff have communicated the essence of my concerns to you.
But just on the off-chance that you are completely oblivious of my efforts to communicate
with you, here is a photograph of the letter and enclosures to help you determine the reason
for not being aware of my concerns.
If you would like me to mail or email
you the complete chronology of my
letters again, I will gladly do so.
My desire is for you and Americas
best and brightest policy makers to
come up with contingency plans.
Enclosed is a third copy of the
survey, which I believe you, your
staff and I will find helpful when we
eventually meet face to face.

.
Doug Grandt
answerthecall@mac.com

Douglas A. Grandt

PO Box 6603
Lincoln, NE 68506
(510) 432-1452
July 13, 2015

Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources


Lisa Murkowski
709 Hart

Jeff Flake
413 Russell

Maria Cantwell
511 Hart

Elizabeth Warren
317 Hart

Lamar Alexander
455 Dirksen

Cory Gardner
354 Russell

Al Franken
309 Hart

Ron Wyden
221 Dirksen

John Barrasso
307 Dirksen

John Hoeven
338 Russell

Martin Heinrich
702 Hart

Shelley Capito
172 Russell

Mike Lee
361A Russell

Mazie Hirono
330 Hart

Bernie Sanders
332 Dirksen

Bill Cassidy
703 Hart

Rob Portman
448 Russell

Joe Manchin
306 Hart

Angus King
133 Hart

Steve Daines
320 Hart

James E. Risch
483 Russell

Debbie Stabenow
731 Hart

Re: Oil Refining - Considering future eventualities versus the myopia of the present (letter #17)
Dear Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources,
On June 29, I sent you my fifteenth letter which included a multiple-choice survey for your
convenience in responding to me, as you have not responded to any of my previous letters.
Knowing you have a privilege of waiving postage with your signature, I included a stamped
self-addressed envelope to encourage your immediate response to my questions. Your
failure to respond cannot be blamed on not having sufficient time to consider your position
on the matter, and surely your staff have communicated the essence of my concerns to you.
But just on the off-chance that you are completely oblivious of my efforts to communicate
with you, here is a photograph of the letter and enclosures to help you determine the reason
for not being aware of my concerns.
If you would like me to mail or email
you the complete chronology of my
letters again, I will gladly do so.
My desire is for you and Americas
best and brightest policy makers to
come up with contingency plans.
Enclosed is a third copy of the
survey, which I believe you, your
staff and I will find helpful when we
eventually meet face to face.

.
Doug Grandt
answerthecall@mac.com

Douglas A. Grandt

PO Box 6603
Lincoln, NE 68506
(510) 432-1452
July 13, 2015

Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources


Lisa Murkowski
709 Hart

Jeff Flake
413 Russell

Maria Cantwell
511 Hart

Elizabeth Warren
317 Hart

Lamar Alexander
455 Dirksen

Cory Gardner
354 Russell

Al Franken
309 Hart

Ron Wyden
221 Dirksen

John Barrasso
307 Dirksen

John Hoeven
338 Russell

Martin Heinrich
702 Hart

Shelley Capito
172 Russell

Mike Lee
361A Russell

Mazie Hirono
330 Hart

Bernie Sanders
332 Dirksen

Bill Cassidy
703 Hart

Rob Portman
448 Russell

Joe Manchin
306 Hart

Angus King
133 Hart

Steve Daines
320 Hart

James E. Risch
483 Russell

Debbie Stabenow
731 Hart

Re: Oil Refining - Considering future eventualities versus the myopia of the present (letter #17)
Dear Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources,
On June 29, I sent you my fifteenth letter which included a multiple-choice survey for your
convenience in responding to me, as you have not responded to any of my previous letters.
Knowing you have a privilege of waiving postage with your signature, I included a stamped
self-addressed envelope to encourage your immediate response to my questions. Your
failure to respond cannot be blamed on not having sufficient time to consider your position
on the matter, and surely your staff have communicated the essence of my concerns to you.
But just on the off-chance that you are completely oblivious of my efforts to communicate
with you, here is a photograph of the letter and enclosures to help you determine the reason
for not being aware of my concerns.
If you would like me to mail or email
you the complete chronology of my
letters again, I will gladly do so.
My desire is for you and Americas
best and brightest policy makers to
come up with contingency plans.
Enclosed is a third copy of the
survey, which I believe you, your
staff and I will find helpful when we
eventually meet face to face.

.
Doug Grandt
answerthecall@mac.com

Douglas A. Grandt

PO Box 6603
Lincoln, NE 68506
(510) 432-1452
July 13, 2015

Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources


Lisa Murkowski
709 Hart

Jeff Flake
413 Russell

Maria Cantwell
511 Hart

Elizabeth Warren
317 Hart

Lamar Alexander
455 Dirksen

Cory Gardner
354 Russell

Al Franken
309 Hart

Ron Wyden
221 Dirksen

John Barrasso
307 Dirksen

John Hoeven
338 Russell

Martin Heinrich
702 Hart

Shelley Capito
172 Russell

Mike Lee
361A Russell

Mazie Hirono
330 Hart

Bernie Sanders
332 Dirksen

Bill Cassidy
703 Hart

Rob Portman
448 Russell

Joe Manchin
306 Hart

Angus King
133 Hart

Steve Daines
320 Hart

James E. Risch
483 Russell

Debbie Stabenow
731 Hart

Re: Oil Refining - Considering future eventualities versus the myopia of the present (letter #17)
Dear Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources,
On June 29, I sent you my fifteenth letter which included a multiple-choice survey for your
convenience in responding to me, as you have not responded to any of my previous letters.
Knowing you have a privilege of waiving postage with your signature, I included a stamped
self-addressed envelope to encourage your immediate response to my questions. Your
failure to respond cannot be blamed on not having sufficient time to consider your position
on the matter, and surely your staff have communicated the essence of my concerns to you.
But just on the off-chance that you are completely oblivious of my efforts to communicate
with you, here is a photograph of the letter and enclosures to help you determine the reason
for not being aware of my concerns.
If you would like me to mail or email
you the complete chronology of my
letters again, I will gladly do so.
My desire is for you and Americas
best and brightest policy makers to
come up with contingency plans.
Enclosed is a third copy of the
survey, which I believe you, your
staff and I will find helpful when we
eventually meet face to face.

.
Doug Grandt
answerthecall@mac.com

Douglas A. Grandt

PO Box 6603
Lincoln, NE 68506
(510) 432-1452
July 13, 2015

Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources


Lisa Murkowski
709 Hart

Jeff Flake
413 Russell

Maria Cantwell
511 Hart

Elizabeth Warren
317 Hart

Lamar Alexander
455 Dirksen

Cory Gardner
354 Russell

Al Franken
309 Hart

Ron Wyden
221 Dirksen

John Barrasso
307 Dirksen

John Hoeven
338 Russell

Martin Heinrich
702 Hart

Shelley Capito
172 Russell

Mike Lee
361A Russell

Mazie Hirono
330 Hart

Bernie Sanders
332 Dirksen

Bill Cassidy
703 Hart

Rob Portman
448 Russell

Joe Manchin
306 Hart

Angus King
133 Hart

Steve Daines
320 Hart

James E. Risch
483 Russell

Debbie Stabenow
731 Hart

Re: Oil Refining - Considering future eventualities versus the myopia of the present (letter #17)
Dear Members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources,
On June 29, I sent you my fifteenth letter which included a multiple-choice survey for your
convenience in responding to me, as you have not responded to any of my previous letters.
Knowing you have a privilege of waiving postage with your signature, I included a stamped
self-addressed envelope to encourage your immediate response to my questions. Your
failure to respond cannot be blamed on not having sufficient time to consider your position
on the matter, and surely your staff have communicated the essence of my concerns to you.
But just on the off-chance that you are completely oblivious of my efforts to communicate
with you, here is a photograph of the letter and enclosures to help you determine the reason
for not being aware of my concerns.
If you would like me to mail or email
you the complete chronology of my
letters again, I will gladly do so.
My desire is for you and Americas
best and brightest policy makers to
come up with contingency plans.
Enclosed is a third copy of the
survey, which I believe you, your
staff and I will find helpful when we
eventually meet face to face.

.
Doug Grandt
answerthecall@mac.com