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  1. Where on your website does it list where gas companies buy their crude oil?

    A.  That information is available from the Energy Information Administration Web site.

  2. How do find out about doing business with the Department of Energy, current business opportunities or, submit a proposal?

    A.  The Department of Energy's e-center provides that information.

  3. How do I find out about business opportunities at the National Laboratories and other DOE sites?

    A.  The Office of Management provides a list of major DOE contractors.

  4. How do I find out about job openings?

    A.  Employment opportunities for federal positions are listed on our DOE Jobs Online, an electronic outplacement service sponsored by the Department of Energy (DOE) for use of DOE federal and contractor employees who may be at risk of losing their jobs.

  5. I am considered "low income". How do I find out about assistance to reduce my energy bills?

    A.  The Weatherization Assistance Program enables low-income families to permanently reduce their energy bills by making their homes more energy efficient.
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