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Index

References are to document numbers

    • Aaron, David:
      • G-7 Venice Economic Summit, 271
      • Iranian oil shortfall, 181, 183
      • Oil supply vulnerability assessment, 145, 152
      • OPEC oil price policies, 132, 161, 173
      • Strategic Petroleum Reserve, 171
    • Abu Dhabi (see also U.S.-producer country correspondence), 3, 31
    • Afghanistan, Soviet invasion of, 257, 276
    • Agency for International Development (AID), 1
    • Akhdar, Farouk, 263
    • Akins, James E.:
    • Alegria Escamilla, Rosa Luz, 190, 236, 237
    • Algeria:
      • Less developed countries and, 47, 49, 65
      • OPEC oil price policies, 138, 292
      • Prepcon I, 53
      • Producer-consumer conference proposals, 41, 45
      • U.S. economic aid, 47
    • Alireza, Ali Abdallah, 111, 151
    • Alireza, Sheikh Abdallah, 151
    • Alm, Alvin, 171, 187
    • Alternate U.S. oil import sources, 40, 99, 101
    • Alternative energy sources:
    • Amaya, Naohiro, 197, 201, 203
    • Amouzegar, Jamshid, 79, 98
    • Anderson, Glenn, 154
    • Anderson, John, 275
    • Andreotti, Giulio, 157, 221
    • Andronikoff, Constantin, 9
    • Ansary, Hushang, 96, 166
    • Anti-trust restrictions, 219
    • Apel, Hans, 9, 17
    • Arabian American Oil Company. See ARAMCO.
    • Arab-Israeli conflict, 34, 65, 212, 229
    • Arab League, Baghdad summit (Nov. 1978), 180
    • ARAMCO (see also Oil companies):
    • Armacost, Michael A., 265, 269, 270
    • Asao, Shinichiro, 265, 270
    • Ashley, Thomas, 154
    • Askew, Reubin, 270
    • Atherton, Alfred L.:
    • Australia, 6
    • Austria, 6
    • Azerada da Silveira, Francisco, 64
    • Baker, Howard H., Jr., 65, 154
    • Balabanis, Gordon P., 46
    • Ball, George, 23
    • Bani-Sadr, Abolhassan, 245
    • Bank for International Settlements, 10
    • Barbian, Paul, 95
    • Bartholomew, Reginald, 265
    • Beaudry, Robert M., 199
    • Bellmon, Henry, 65, 154
    • Bennett, Jack F., 1, 9, 39, 46
    • Benson, Lucy Wilson, 151
    • Bentsen, Lloyd, 154
    • Bergold, Harry E., Jr., 165, 192, 200, 201, 216, 228
    • Bergsten, C. Fred, 132, 168, 171, 186, 187
    • Bilateral commissions, 1, 2, 36, 47, 202
    • Bilateral oil agreements:
    • Biller, Joel, 1
    • Blake, James J., 98
    • Blumenthal, W. Michael:
      • G- 7 Bonn Economic Summit, 149, 153, 154, 156
      • G- 7 Tokyo Economic Summit, 221
      • International Energy Finance Corporation proposals, 205
      • Oil supply vulnerability assessment, 127, 144
      • OPEC oil price policies:
      • U.S.-Mexican energy relations, 186
      • U.S. strategy overviews, 209
    • Boeker, Paul H., 17, 18, 37, 87, 109
    • Bonn Economic Summit. See G- 7 Bonn Economic Summit.
    • Borré, Peter, 282
    • Bosworth, Stephen W.:
      • Common tariff proposals, 39
      • Conference on International Economic Cooperation, 120, 125
      • Consumer country coordination, 23
      • G- 7 London Economic Summit, 122
      • IEA reduced dependency objectives proposal, 105
      • International Energy Program, 6
      • Iranian oil shortfall, 187, 188, 192
      • NSSM 237, 104
      • NSSM 237 study, 118
      • OPEC oil price policies:
        • Abu Dhabi decision (Dec. 1978), 178
        • Caracas decision, 142
        • Kissinger staff meeting discussions, 109
        • State Department papers, 160
        • State-Treasury discussions, 1
        • State-Treasury-NSC meeting discussions, 132
        • U.S.-producer country correspondence, 136
        • U.S.-Saudi discussions, 124
        • Vance memorandum, 165
      • Prepcon II, 70, 83
    • Boumediene, Houari, 22, 47, 64
    • Bouteflika, Abdelaziz, 138
    • Bowie, Robert, 133, 152, 168, 171
    • Braden, Joan, 109
    • Brandt, Willy, 278
    • Brazil (see also U.S.-producer country correspondence), 285
    • Bremer, Paul, 56
    • Brewster, Kingman, Jr., 247
    • Briggs, Everett, 236, 237
    • Brock, Bill, 65
    • Broomfield, William S., 65
    • Brown, Clarence J., 65
    • Brown, Gen. George S., 32, 144
    • Brown, Harold:
      • Duncan Saudi Arabia visit (Mar. 1980), 263
      • G- 7 Tokyo Economic Summit, 218
      • G- 7 Venice Economic Summit, 271
      • Iranian oil shortfall, 270
      • Iran-Iraq War, 288
      • Oil supply vulnerability assessment, 127, 144
      • OPEC oil price policies, 150, 275
      • U.S.-Mexican energy relations, 184
      • U.S. military presence in the Gulf, 230
      • U.S. strategy overviews, 253
    • Brunet, Jean-Pierre, 9, 10, 12, 16
    • Brunner, Guido, 180, 199
    • Brzezinski, Zbigniew K.:
    • Bullen, Pierce K., 118, 219, 242, 286, 290, 295
    • Bundy, McGeorge, 26
    • Bundy group, 26
    • Burns, Arthur F., 1, 9, 28
    • Burrows, R.A., 120
    • Bushell, John A., 215, 272
    • Bush, George H. W., 93
    • Byrd, Robert, 154, 179
    • Calderon Berti, Humberto, 252, 278, 285, 292
    • Calingaert, Michael, 234, 242, 257, 261
    • Callaghan, James:
      • Consumer country coordination, 38
      • G- 7 Bonn Economic Summit, 149, 156, 157
      • Iranian oil shortfall, 183
      • Prepcon I, 38, 45
      • Producer-consumer conference proposals, 14
      • U.S. domestic energy policies, 38
    • Camp David meeting, 1, 7, 9, 10
    • Canada:
      • Floor price proposals, 43
      • G- 7 Bonn Economic Summit, 157
      • G- 7 London Economic Summit, 122
      • G- 7 Tokyo Economic Summit, 221
      • North American Energy Community proposals, 222
      • Oil imports from, 40, 174
    • Capron, Jean-Pierre, 218
    • Caribbean, 278
    • Carrington, Lord (Peter Carington), 221
    • Carter, Jimmy:
    • Cary, Anne O., 78
    • Cash, Frank E., 17
    • Casillas Hernandez, Robert, 236, 237
    • Castaneda, Jorge, 236, 237
    • Central America, 278
    • Central Intelligence Agency (CIA):
      • Force against producer countries, 57
      • OPEC oil price policies, 133
      • U.S. strategy overviews, 158, 169, 231
    • Chambers, Anne C., 189
    • Chase, Ernest, 172
    • Chenery, Hollis, 26
    • Chinese People’s Republic (CPR), 4
    • Chiriboga, Perez, 278
    • Christopher, Warren M.:
      • Conference on International Economic Cooperation, 120
      • International Energy Agency, 219
      • Iranian oil shortfall, 168, 192, 268, 269, 270
      • Iran-Iraq War, 291
      • OPEC oil price policies, 137, 163, 168, 172
      • Producer-consumer conference proposals, 199
      • Saudi production levels, 200, 223
      • Strategic Petroleum Reserve, 280
      • U.S.-Mexican energy relations, 186
    • Church, Frank, 72, 249
    • Civiletti, Ben, 263
    • Clark, Joe, 221
    • Clarke, Bruce, 187
    • Claytor, W. Graham, Jr., 253
    • Clements, William P., Jr., 32, 34
    • Cochrane, James, 191, 194, 204, 262
    • Colby, William E., 6, 25, 29, 32
    • Commodities inclusion in CIEC:
      • Kissinger-Congressional leadership discussions, 65
      • Kissinger memoranda, 54, 78
      • Kissinger speech (Kansas City) (May 13, 1975), 62, 64
      • Kissinger staff meeting discussions, 37, 53, 56, 59
      • OPEC responses, 48
      • Rambouillet G- 6 conference discussions, 88
      • State Department papers, 60
      • U.S.-French discussions, 24, 70
      • U.S.-Saudi correspondence, 64
      • U.S.-Saudi discussions, 41, 51, 55
    • Common tariff proposals, 23, 39, 46
    • Conable, Barber B., Jr., 65
    • Conference on International Economic Cooperation (CIEC) (Dec. 1975), 90
      • Alternative energy source cooperation proposals and, 107
      • Christopher memorandum, 120
      • International Energy Agency and, 100
      • Kissinger staff meeting discussions, 109
      • NSSM 237 study, 99
      • OPEC oil price policies and, 98
      • Rambouillet G- 6 conference discussions, 88
      • Stoessel memorandum, 86
      • Vance memorandum, 125
    • Conference on New and Renewable Energy, 199
    • Congress, U.S.:
      • Floor price proposals, 43, 56, 65
      • G- 7 Bonn Economic Summit, 154
      • International Energy Program, 6
      • North American Energy Community proposals, 222
      • U.S. strategy overviews, 65
    • Connor, James E., 92
    • Consalvi, Simon Bottaro, 146
    • Conservation (see also Demand restraint; U.S. domestic energy policies):
      • Bosworth memorandum, 122
      • Camp David meeting discussions, 9, 10
      • Carter speech (April 1977), 122
      • Christopher memorandum, 192
      • Enders memoranda, 15, 27
      • Energy Policy and Conservation Act, 89, 91, 100, 166
      • Ford-Kissinger discussions, 2
      • IEA Long-Term Energy Cooperation Program, 94
      • Interagency Energy Working Group discussions, 191
      • Kissinger memorandum, 18
      • National Energy Plan, 137
      • Policy Review Committee discussions, 187
      • Rambouillet G- 6 conference discussions, 88
      • U.S.-Japanese discussions, 270
      • U.S.-Saudi discussions, 188, 263
      • Vance memorandum, 256
    • Consumer country coordination (see also International Energy Agency):
      • Camp David meeting, 1, 7, 9, 10
      • Enders paper, 15
      • Ford-Giscard Martinique meeting, 24, 26
      • Ford-Kissinger discussions, 2
      • Ford speeches, 8, 10
      • French-Japanese discussions, 19
      • International Energy Program, 1, 2, 6, 9, 10
      • Kissinger memorandum, 18
      • Kissinger speeches, 17
      • Kissinger staff meeting discussions, 11
      • Presidential emissary proposals, 217
      • Rambouillet G- 6 conference discussions, 88
      • State Department papers, 60
      • State-Treasury meeting discussions, 23, 39
      • U.S.-British discussions, 14, 38
      • U.S.-German Federal Republic correspondence, 17, 28, 44
      • U.S.-Japanese discussions/correspondence, 18, 19, 44
      • Van Lennep plan, 10
      • Washington Energy Conference, 2
    • Contingency planning (see also Emergency allocation systems):
      • Camp David meeting discussions, 9
      • Council on International Economic Policy memorandum, 63
      • NSC staff memoranda, 97, 204
      • NSSM 237 study, 99, 101
      • Rambouillet G- 6 conference discussions, 88
      • Treat/Poats memorandum, 293
    • Cooper, Charles A., 9, 23, 39, 46
    • Cooper, Richard N., 52
    • Council on International Economic Policy, 63
    • Council on International Economic Policy Study Memoranda, No. 38, “U.S. International Energy Policy,” 93, 99, 101, 102, 104, 118
    • Covey, Jock, 108
    • Crawford, William R., 151, 152, 182, 215
    • Creekmore, Marion V., 80, 113, 115, 118, 120
    • Crosbie, John, 221
    • Crowley, John J., 163
    • Crude oil equalization tax (COET), 149, 150, 151, 153, 156
    • Curtis, Carl T., 65
    • Cutler, Eliot, 152, 171, 203, 218
    • Cutter, W. Bowman, 145, 187
    • Eads, George, 218
    • Eagleburger, Lawrence S., 18, 45, 59
    • EC 9, 229
    • Eckland, John, 171
    • Edmond, Lester E., 98
    • Egypt, 1
    • Einaudi, Luigi, 186
    • Eizenstat, Stuart:
    • Ellsworth, Robert, 96
    • Embargo preparedness. See Contingency planning.
    • Emergency allocation systems:
      • Bergold memorandum, 216
      • Camp David meeting discussions, 9
      • International Energy Agency discussions, 219
      • International Energy Program, 6, 9
      • Iranian oil shortfall and, 166
      • Iran-Iraq War and, 286, 287
      • Katz memorandum, 100
      • State Department papers, 60
      • Tarnoff memorandum, 214
      • Treat/Poats memorandum, 293
    • Emergency Energy Conservation Act (1979), 256
    • Emergency Petroleum Allocation Act (1973), 83, 279
    • Enders, Thomas O.:
      • Arab-Israeli conflict, 34
      • Camp David meeting, 7, 9
      • Common tariff proposals, 39, 46
      • Consumer country coordination, 15, 18
        • IEA Long-Term Energy Cooperation Program, 94
        • Kissinger staff meeting discussions, 11
        • State-Treasury meetings, 23
        • U.S.-British discussions, 14
        • U.S.-German Federal Republic correspondence, 17
        • U.S.-Japanese correspondence, 44
      • Floor price proposals, 43, 46
      • International Energy Agency, 20, 24, 69, 75
      • International Energy Program, 6
      • OPEC oil price policies, 1, 80
      • Prepcon I, 43, 45, 49, 50, 54, 56
      • Prepcon II, 66, 70, 71, 78, 84
      • Producer-consumer conference proposals, 27, 48, 59
      • Rambouillet G- 6 conference, 86, 87
      • U.S. domestic energy policies, 91
      • U.S. strategy overviews, 56
    • Energy Coordinating Committee, 162
    • Energy Coordinating Group (ECG), 6, 9, 10
    • Energy Policy and Conservation Act (EPCA), 89, 91, 100, 166
    • Energy Security Act (1980), 281
    • Energy Tax Act (1978), 164
    • Energy, U.S. Department of, 127, 171
    • Erb, Guy F., 131, 146, 236, 237
    • Ernst, Maurice C., 168, 262
    • Esaki, Masumi, 221
    • Escovar, Ramon, 64
    • European Community (EC) (see also Consumer country coordination; specific countries), 9, 53, 88, 199, 221, 267
    • Exxon, 75, 77
    • Fahd bin Abdul Aziz al Saud (Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia):
    • Faisal ibn Abd al-Aziz al Saud (King of Saudi Arabia), 3, 5, 30, 43, 49
    • Fannin, Paul J., 65
    • Figuerido, Reinaldo, 146
    • Financial solidarity measures:
      • Camp David meeting discussions, 7, 9, 10
      • Enders paper, 15
      • Katz memorandum, 100
      • Kissinger memorandum, 18
      • Kissinger staff meeting discussions, 26
      • Rambouillet G- 6 conference discussions, 88
      • U.S.-British discussions, 14
      • U.S.-French discussions, 24
      • U.S.-German Federal Republic discussions/correspondence, 17, 22
    • Floor price proposals:
      • IEA Long-Term Energy Cooperation Program, 94
      • Kissinger-Congressional leadership discussions, 65
      • Kissinger-Enders discussions, 43
      • Kissinger-Exxon discussions, 75
      • Kissinger staff meeting discussions, 56
      • Rambouillet G- 6 conference discussions, 88
      • State Department papers, 60, 87
      • State-Treasury meeting discussions, 39, 46
      • U.S.-French discussions, 42
    • Flores, Oscar, 190
    • Forbord, Thomas A., 220
    • Force against producer countries:
      • Akins memorandum, 52
      • Iranian oil shortfall and, 166
      • Kissinger interview (Jan. 3, 1975), 30, 52
      • Navy Department paper, 57
      • NSC staff memorandum, 36
      • U.S.-French discussions, 42
      • Washington Special Actions Group discussions, 32
    • Ford, Gerald R.:
      • Consumer country coordination:
        • IEA Long-Term Energy Cooperation Program, 94
        • Kissinger discussions, 2
        • Speeches, 8, 10
        • U.S.-British discussions, 38
        • U.S.-French discussions, 24, 26
        • U.S.-German Federal Republic correspondence, 28
        • U.S.-Japanese correspondence, 44
        • U.S.-Japanese discussions, 19
      • Faisal correspondence, 3, 5, 30
      • Floor price proposals, 46, 88
      • Giscard correspondence, 33
      • Giscard meetings, 24, 26, 74
      • Khalid correspondence, 80, 82, 106, 110, 111, 114
      • Miki correspondence, 44
      • OPEC oil price policies:
      • Pérez correspondence, 80, 106, 110
      • Prepcon I, 38
      • Prepcon II, 62, 74
      • Producer-consumer conference proposals, 12, 22, 24, 26, 58
      • Rambouillet G- 6 conference, 88
      • Schmidt correspondence, 28, 58
      • Schmidt meetings, 69
      • Shah correspondence, 80, 106, 110
      • Shah meetings, 62
      • Speeches:
        • Aug. 12, 1974, 1
        • State of the Union speech (Jan. 13, 1975), 33, 38
        • World Energy Conference, Sept. 23, 1974, 8, 10
      • U.S. domestic energy policies, 33, 38, 88, 89
      • U.S.-Iranian bilateral oil agreement, 77, 92, 96
      • U.S. strategy overviews, 2
      • Wilson meetings, 38
    • Forlani, Arnaldo, 221
    • 40 Committee, 35
    • Fourcade, Jean-Pierre, 9
    • France:
      • Carter-Giscard correspondence, 119, 198
      • Consumer country coordination, 9, 10, 11, 18, 19, 20, 24, 26
      • Demand restraint, French-Saudi discussions, 119
      • Duncan visit (1980), 273
      • Floor price proposals, 42, 43
      • G- 7 Bonn Economic Summit, 157
      • G- 7 London Economic Summit, 122
      • G- 7 Tokyo Economic Summit, 221, 235
      • International Energy Agency, 20, 24, 227
      • International Energy Program, 6
      • Iranian oil shortfall, Guadeloupe meeting, 183
      • Oil price indexing proposals, 12, 13
      • Prepcon I, 42, 45, 50, 53, 54
      • Prepcon II, 64, 66, 70, 71, 74, 78, 84
      • Producer-consumer conference proposals (see also Giscard producer-consumer conference initiative), 199, 229
      • Rambouillet G- 6 conference, 88
      • Spot market, 218
      • U.S. domestic energy policies, 198
      • Washington Energy Conference, 2
    • François-Poncet, Jean, 221, 227
    • Fried, Edward, 218, 255, 262, 266, 278
    • Froment-Meurice, Henri, 66, 71, 197
    • Frost, Ellen L., 168, 171, 260, 279
    • Fukuda, Hiroshi, 270
    • Fukuda, Yasuo, 156, 157
    • G- 7 Bonn Economic Summit (July 1978), 149, 151, 153, 154, 156, 157, 165, 168, 196
    • G- 7 London Economic Summit (May 1977), 122, 123
    • G- 7 Tokyo Economic Summit (June 1979), 221 [Page 948]
      • Energy ministers meeting (Sept. 1979), 235, 237
      • Energy Working Group discussions, 197, 203, 216
      • International Energy Finance Corporation proposals, 205, 206, 211
      • Presidential Review Committee discussions, 218
      • State-Energy Department discussions, 201
      • Tarnoff memorandum, 214
      • Vance memoranda, 228, 234
    • G- 7 Venice Economic Summit (June 1980):
      • Energy Preparatory Meeting, 266
      • Fried exploratory talks, 255
      • Muskie memorandum, 276
      • Security linkages, 271
      • State Department papers, 259
      • U.S.-Japanese discussions, 265
      • U.S.-Saudi discussions, 275
    • Garcia Sainz, Ricardo, 190
    • Garrido, Abel, 236, 237
    • Garvin, Clifton, 75
    • Gas rationing, 256
    • Genscher, Hans-Dietrich, 9, 17, 22, 45, 221
    • German Federal Republic:
    • Giraud, Andre, 221, 273, 292
    • Giscard-d’Estaing, Valéry (see also Giscard producer-consumer conference initiative):
      • Carter correspondence, 119, 198
      • Force against producer countries, 42
      • Ford correspondence, 33
      • Ford meetings, 24, 26, 74
      • G- 7 Bonn Economic Summit, 157
      • G- 7 London Economic Summit, 122
      • G- 7 Tokyo Economic Summit, 221
      • Iranian oil shortfall, 183
      • Prepcon I, 45
      • Prepcon II, 64, 74
      • Rambouillet G- 6 conference, 88
    • Giscard producer-consumer conference initiative:
      • IEA discussions, 20
      • Rush memorandum, 21
      • Scowcroft memorandum, 12
      • U.S.-British discussions, 14
      • U.S.-French correspondence, 16
      • U.S.-French discussions, 13, 24, 26, 42
      • U.S.-German Federal Republic discussions, 22
      • U.S.-Saudi discussions, 41
    • Godinez Bravo, Gen. Miguel A., 236, 237
    • Gold, Ruth S., 276
    • Goldman, Leslie J.:
      • Contingency planning, 293
      • G- 7 Tokyo Economic Summit, 201
      • Iranian oil shortfall, 242, 267
      • Iran-Iraq War, 282
      • OPEC oil price policies, 278
      • U.S.-Mexican energy relations, 186
      • U.S. strategy overviews, 254
    • al-Gosaibi, Ghazi, 263
    • Gramley, Lyle, 145
    • Granger, Col. Clinton, 34
    • Great Britain:
    • Greenspan, Alan, 6, 67, 77, 97, 101, 103, 112
    • Greenwald, Joseph A., 101
    • Gregg, Donald, 265, 270
    • Grossman, Andrew, 247
    • Group of 8 (G- 8), 120
    • Group of 10 (G- 10):
    • Group of 77 (see also Less developed countries), 38, 65, 88, 238
    • Grunwald, Joseph, 98
    • Guerrero, Manuel Perez, 146
    • Ibarra Munoz, David, 190
    • Iida, Cornelius, 270
    • Inderfurth, Rick, 186
    • Indonesia (see also U.S.-producer country correspondence), 40, 130, 136
    • Inflation (see also Oil price indexing):
    • Ingersoll, Robert S.:
      • Arab-Israeli conflict, 34
      • Consumer country coordination, 14, 15, 23, 26
      • Floor price proposals, 43
      • Force against producer countries, 32
      • Giscard producer-consumer conference initiative, 13
      • International Energy Agency, 75
      • OPEC oil price policies, 1
      • Prepcon I, 49, 56
      • Prepcon II, 62, 68, 70
      • Rambouillet G- 6 conference, 87
      • U.S. strategy overviews, 56
    • Ingraham, 27
    • Interagency Energy Working Group, 187, 191, 193
    • International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), 256
    • International Energy Agency (IEA), 18, 208
    • International Energy Finance Corporation proposals, 205
    • International Energy Institute (IEI) proposals, 98, 100, 120, 123, 128
    • International Energy Program (IEP), 1, 2, 6, 9, 10
    • International Energy Review Group, 6
    • International Energy Technology Group proposals, 211, 234, 235
    • International Monetary Fund (IMF), 9, 10, 15, 88
    • International price controls, 219
    • Iran (see also Iranian oil shortfall; Iran-Iraq War; U.S.-producer country correspondence):
      • Consumer country coordination and, 10
      • Floor price proposals, 42
      • Hostage crisis, 242, 249, 267
      • London oil reporting, 247
      • Natural gas, 166
      • NSC staff memorandum, 47
      • Oil auction proposals, 3
      • Oil prices (1980), 268, 270, 273
      • OPEC oil price policies:
        • Blumenthal Middle East trip discussions, 134
        • Brzezinski memorandum, 140
        • Carter correspondence, 176
        • Doha decision (Dec. 1976), 113
        • Helms memorandum, 4
        • Hormats memorandum, 130
        • Kissinger staff meeting discussions, 108, 109
        • Robinson memorandum, 98
        • State-Treasury discussions, 1
        • U.S.-Iranian discussions, 62, 112, 136, 139
      • Producer-consumer conference proposals, 27
      • Revolution (1979), 183
      • U.S. asset freezing, 249
      • U.S. bilateral oil agreement, 67, 77, 92, 95, 96
      • U.S. military aid, 1, 65
      • U.S. oil import ban, 242, 245
    • Iranian oil shortfall:
      • April 1980 cutoff, 268
      • Brzezinski memorandum, 193
      • Goldman memorandum, 267
      • Guadeloupe meeting, 183
      • IEA maximum import passthrough price proposals, 189
      • Interagency Energy Working Group, 187, 191, 193
      • International Energy Agency and, 166, 191, 192, 196
      • Katz memorandum, 182
      • Miller Middle East trip discussions, 249
      • NSC staff memoranda, 183, 185, 194, 212
      • Policy Review Committee discussions, 168, 187
      • Sanctions/boycott, 267, 270, 272
      • Schlesinger memorandum, 181
      • State Department papers, 166, 242
      • U.S.-Japanese discussions, 270
      • U.S.-Mexican energy relations and, 184
      • U.S. military presence in the Gulf and, 229
      • U.S.-producer country correspondence, 269
      • U.S.-Saudi discussions, 188, 200
    • Iranian Revolution. See Iranian oil shortfall.
    • Iran-Iraq War:
      • Brzezinski memorandum, 288
      • Duncan memoranda, 288, 289
      • Duncan/Muskie memorandum, 287
      • Goldman memorandum, 282
      • Hinton/Vest memorandum, 286
      • Tarnoff memorandum, 284
      • U.S.-producer country correspondence, 291
      • U.S.-Saudi discussions, 290, 292
    • Iraq (see also Iran-Iraq War), 166, 252
    • Iribarren, Ignacio, 146
    • Irwin, John N., II, 10
    • Israel (see also Arab-Israeli conflict), 166
    • Italy:
      • Floor price proposals, 43
      • G- 7 Bonn Economic Summit, 157
      • G- 7 London Economic Summit, 122
      • G- 7 Tokyo Economic Summit, 221
      • Producer-consumer commodity agreement proposals, 259
      • Rambouillet G- 6 conference, 88
      • U.S. economic aid, 69
    • Izquierdo Gonzalez, Rafael, 190, 236, 237
    • Kaneko, Ippei, 221
    • Kaplan, Robert D., 52
    • Kato, Koichi, 270
    • Katori, Yasue, 265, 270
    • Katz, Julius L.:
      • Alternative energy source cooperation proposals, 107
      • Consumer country coordination, 28
      • G- 7 London Economic Summit, 122
      • G- 7 Tokyo Economic Summit, 201, 203, 218
      • IEA reduced dependency objectives proposal, 105
      • International Energy Agency, 100, 219
      • Iranian oil shortfall, 182, 242
      • Kissinger-Congressional leadership discussions, 65
      • Mexican World Energy Plan proposal, 236, 237
      • NSSM 237 study, 118
      • OPEC oil price policies:
        • Abu Dhabi decision (Dec. 1978), 178
        • Blumenthal Middle East trip discussions, 172
        • Doha decision (Dec. 1976), 115
        • Kissinger staff meeting discussions, 108, 109
        • NSC discussions, 161
        • Robinson memorandum, 98
        • U.S.-producer country correspondence, 136
        • U.S.-Saudi discussions, 124, 137
        • Vance memorandum, 165
      • Prepcon I, 49, 53
      • Prepcon II, 83
      • Producer-consumer conference proposals, 26, 31, 54
      • Saudi production levels, 182, 188, 200, 215
      • Strategic Petroleum Reserve, 171
      • U.S. domestic energy policies, 91
      • U.S.-Mexican energy relations, 186, 190
      • U.S. strategy overviews, 117, 234
    • Kawari, Issa, 31
    • Kawashima, Yutaka, 270
    • Kelberer, John, 263
    • Kennedy, Ted, 275
    • Kennon, Lawrence J., 113
    • Khalatbari, Abbas Ali, 139
    • Khalid bin Abdul Aziz (king of Saudi Arabia):
      • Accession of, 49
      • Carter correspondence, 142, 226
      • Ford correspondence, 80, 82, 106, 110, 111, 114
      • French-Saudi discussions, 119
      • OPEC oil price policies:
        • Abu Dhabi decision (Dec. 1978), 176
        • Blumenthal Middle East trip discussions, 134
        • Doha decision (Dec. 1976), 114
        • Ford correspondence, 80, 82, 110, 111
        • Kissinger staff meeting discussions, 109
      • Production levels, 281
      • U.S. domestic energy policies, 226
      • U.S. military aid to Saudi Arabia, 152
    • Khalifa bin Hamad al-Thani (emir of Qatar), 141
    • Al-Khayl, Mohammed Aba, 263
    • Khomeini, Ayatollah Ruhollah, 183
    • Kimura, Toshio, 9, 19
    • Kissinger, Henry A.:
      • Arab-Israeli conflict, 34
      • Bundy group, 26
      • Common tariff proposals, 39, 46
      • Conference on International Economic Cooperation, 86, 109
      • Consumer country coordination:
        • Camp David meeting, 1, 7, 9
        • Ford discussions, 2
        • Ford-Giscard discussions, 24
        • French-Japanese discussions, 19
        • Speech (University of Chicago, Nov. 14, 1974), 17
        • Staff meeting discussions, 11, 26
        • State-Treasury meetings, 23
        • U.S.-British discussions, 14, 38
        • U.S.-French correspondence, 18
        • U.S.-German Federal Republic correspondence, 17, 28
        • U.S.-Japanese correspondence, 44
        • U.S.-Japanese discussions, 19
      • Documents not declassified, 25, 29
      • Floor price proposals:
        • Congressional leadership discussions, 65
        • Enders discussions, 43
        • State-Treasury meeting discussions, 39, 46
        • U.S.-French discussions, 42
      • Force against producer countries, 30, 32, 42, 52, 57
      • International Energy Agency, 69, 75, 83, 100
      • International Energy Program, 2, 6, 56
      • NSSM 237, 93
      • OPEC oil price policies:
        • Congressional leadership discussions, 65
        • Doha decision (Dec. 1976), 115, 116
        • Ford discussions, 2
        • Helms memorandum, 4
        • NSC staff memorandum, 76
        • Staff meeting discussions, 108, 109
        • State-Treasury discussions, 1
        • U.S.-producer country correspondence, 5, 80, 106
        • U.S.-Saudi discussions, 41, 81
      • Prepcon I, 54
        • Enders discussions, 43
        • Staff meeting discussions, 49, 53, 56
        • U.S.-British correspondence, 45
        • U.S.-British discussions, 38
        • U.S.-French correspondence, 45, 50
        • U.S.-German Federal Republic correspondence, 45
        • U.S.-Saudi discussions, 55
      • Prepcon II, 78, 84
        • Davignon correspondence, 83
        • Ingersoll memorandum, 68
        • Speech (Kansas City) (May 13, 1975), 62, 64
        • Staff meeting discussions, 61, 73
        • U.S.-French correspondence, 66, 71
        • U.S.-French discussions, 64, 70, 74
        • U.S.-Saudi discussions, 61, 81
      • Producer-consumer conference proposals:
        • NSC staff memorandum, 47
        • Staff meeting discussions, 26, 37, 39, 59
        • U.S.-British discussions, 14
        • U.S.-French discussions/correspondence, 16, 24, 42
        • U.S.-German Federal Republic discussions, 22
        • U.S.-producer country correspondence, 27, 31
        • U.S.-Saudi discussions, 41, 51
      • Rambouillet G- 6 conference, 86, 87, 88
      • Speeches:
        • Kansas City (May 13, 1975), 62, 64
        • National Press Club (Feb. 3, 1975), 39
        • UNCTAD (May 6, 1976), 98
        • UN General Assembly (Sept. 1, 1975), 80
        • UN General Assembly (Sept. 23, 1974), 8
        • University of Chicago (Nov. 14, 1974), 17
        • World Affairs Council (Mar. 11, 1976), 95
      • U.S. domestic energy policies, 33
      • U.S.-Iranian bilateral oil agreement, 67, 77, 95, 96
      • U.S. strategy overviews, 2, 36, 56
    • Kiuchi, Akitane, 19
    • Klutznik, Philip, 260
    • Knickmeyer, R., 295, 296, 297
    • Komer, Robert W., 252, 253, 260, 271, 279
    • Kosciusko-Morizet, Jacques, 12
    • Kraft, Joseph, 81
    • Kreps, Juanita M., 185
    • Krueger, Robert, 236, 237
    • Kuchel, Roland K., 98
    • Kuwait (see also U.S.-producer country correspondence):
      • Iranian oil shortfall and, 166
      • Miller Middle East trip (Nov. 1979), 249
      • Nationalization, 1
      • North Sea oil production, 296
      • OPEC oil price policies, 116, 130, 134, 179, 296, 297
      • Producer-consumer conference proposals, 229
      • Production levels, 1
    • Kux, Dennis H., 62
    • MacDonald, Flora, 221
    • MacDonald, Walter, 161, 168
    • Madani, Nizar O., 151
    • Maestrone, Frank E., 116
    • Maitland, Donald, 9, 10, 14
    • Mansfield, Mike, 270
    • Mansuri, Abd al-Rahman, 200
    • Marcuss, Stanley, 168
    • Margain, Hugo B., 190, 236, 237
    • Martin, Richard R., 118
    • Matsuura, Koichiro, 270
    • Matthoefer, Hans, 221
    • Maynes, Charles W., 233
    • McCarthy, Terence, 52
    • McCloskey, Robert, 26
    • McClure, James, 52, 292
    • McGiffert, David, 145, 171, 279
    • McIntyre, James T.:
      • Energy Coordinating Committee, 162
      • G- 7 Bonn Economic Summit, 149
      • G- 7 Tokyo Economic Summit, 218
      • Iranian oil shortfall, 187
      • Iran-Iraq War, 288
      • Oil supply vulnerability assessment, 144
      • OPEC oil price policies, 150
      • U.S.-Mexican energy relations, 186
    • McPhail, Donald, 203
    • Mexican World Energy Plan proposal, 236, 237
    • Mexico (see also U.S.-Mexican energy relations):
      • Caribbean/Central American oil assistance, 278
      • North American Energy Community proposals, 222
      • Producer-consumer commodity agreement proposals, 259
    • Meyers, Dale, 145, 152
    • Middle East conflict. See Arab-Israeli conflict.
    • Miki, Takeo, 44, 74, 88
    • Milam, William B., 120, 125, 136
    • Military action against producer countries. See Force against producer countries.
    • Miller, G. William:
      • Expatriate tax issue, 263, 292
      • Iranian hostage crisis, 249
      • Iranian oil shortfall, 270
      • Iran-Iraq War, 287, 288
      • Middle East trip (Nov. 1979), 249
      • OPEC oil price policies, 275
      • Saudi production levels, 281
    • Minimum price proposals. See Floor price proposals.
    • Mitchell, Derek, 9, 10, 14
    • Miyazaki, Hiromichi, 9, 197
    • Moinfar, Ali Akbar, 252
    • Mondale, Walter, 119, 139, 171, 218, 236, 237, 270
    • Monory, Rene, 221
    • Montgomery, Harry M., 84
    • Moore, Frank, 154, 165
    • Moose, Richard M., Jr., 151
    • Moro, Aldo, 88
    • Morse, Edward L.:
      • Iranian oil shortfall, 269
      • Iran-Iraq War, 290
      • North Sea oil production, 295, 296
      • OPEC oil price policies, 297
      • OPEC Taif conference (May 1980), 272
      • Saudi production levels, 281
      • Strategic Petroleum Reserve, 280
      • U.S. strategy overviews, 294
    • Morton, Rogers C.B., 6
    • Muskie, Edmund S.:
    • Nabi, Belkacem, 292
    • National Energy Act (1978), 164, 167
    • National Energy Conservation Policy Act (1978), 164
    • National Energy Plan, 122, 123, 137
    • Nationalization, 1, 75, 95, 224, 265
    • National Security Council (NSC) (see also NSC staff memorandum under other subjects), 167, 170
    • National Security Study Memoranda, NSSM 237, “U.S. International Energy Policy,” 93, 99, 101, 102, 104, 118
    • Natural gas:
    • Natural Gas Policy Act (1978), 164
    • Naval Petroleum Reserves Production Act (1976), 95, 258
    • Navy, U.S. Department of, 57
    • Nazer, Hisham, 263
    • Netherlands, 43
    • New International World Order, 56, 88
    • Newsom, David D., 178, 265, 279
    • New Zealand, 6
    • Nigeria (see also U.S.-producer country correspondence):
    • Nimetz, Matthew, 186, 190
    • Nordhaus, William D., 152, 171
    • North American Energy Community proposals, 222
    • North Sea oil production:
      • CIA memorandum, 231
      • G- 7 London Economic Summit, 122
      • G- 7 Tokyo Economic Summit discussions, 228, 235
      • IEA discussions, 251
      • Maestrone memorandum, 116
      • Muskie memorandum, 295
      • Rambouillet G- 6 conference discussions, 88
      • State Department papers, 160
      • U.S.-Kuwaiti correspondence, 296
    • Norway, 6, 116, 231, 259, 295
    • Nuclear energy (see also Alternative energy sources):
      • Bosworth memorandum, 122
      • Energy Department memorandum, 254
      • G- 7 Bonn Economic Summit discussions, 157
      • G- 7 Tokyo Economic Summit discussions, 221
      • G- 7 Venice Economic Summit discussions, 266
      • Three Mile Island incident (1979), 203
      • U.S.-French discussions, 273
      • Vance memorandum, 256
    • Nuclear Non-Proliferation Act (1978), 190
    • Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, 157
    • Numata, Sadaaki, 270
    • Oakley, Robert B., 34, 36, 72, 97
    • Obaid, Ibrahim, 55
    • Obasanjo, Olusegun, 130, 212
    • Odom, William, 160, 173, 210
    • Office of Management and Budget, U.S., 171
    • Ogura, Kazuo, 270
    • Ohira, Masayoshi, 9, 221, 270
    • Oil auction proposals, 1, 3
    • Oil companies (see also ARAMCO):
      • Expatriate tax issue, 263, 292
      • International Energy Program and, 6
      • Kissinger discussions, 75
      • Miller Middle East trip discussions, 249
      • Orinoco Tar Belt development and, 146, 147
      • Rambouillet G- 6 conference discussions, 88
      • U.S.-Iranian bilateral oil agreement and, 77
    • Oil company nationalization, 1, 75, 95, 224, 265
    • Oil import ceilings (see also Demand restraint):
    • Oil price indexing:
      • French proposals, 12, 13
      • Kissinger staff meeting discussions, 56
      • Rambouillet G- 6 conference discussions, 88
      • U.S.-German Federal Republic discussions, 22
      • U.S.-Iranian bilateral oil agreement and, 77
      • U.S.-Iranian discussions, 62
      • U.S.-Saudi discussions, 41
    • Oil sharing. See Emergency allocation systems.
    • Oil supply overviews (see also U.S. strategy overviews):
      • Office of Economic Research memorandum, 262
      • Oil supply vulnerability assessment, 127, 144, 145, 152
      • Vance memorandum, 234
    • Okawara, Yoshio, 270
    • Okita, Saburo, 265, 270
    • O’Leary, John F., 127, 201, 203
    • O’Neill, Thomas “Tip,” 154
    • OPEC oil price policies:
    • Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) (see also International Energy Agency):
      • International Energy Agency and, 18, 227
      • International Energy Program and, 6, 9, 10
      • State Department papers, 40
      • U.S. distillate entitlement decision, 214
    • Organization for Latin American Energy Development (OLADE), 285
    • Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) (see also OPEC oil price policies; U.S.-producer country correspondence):
      • Abu Dhabi conference (Dec. 1978), 176, 178, 179, 180
      • Algiers conference (Jan. 1975), 37
      • Algiers conference (June 1980), 278
      • Algiers conference (Mar. 1975), 48
      • Bali conference (Dec. 1980), 291, 292
      • Bali conference (May 1976), 98
      • Caracas conference (Dec. 1977), 142
      • Caracas conference (Dec. 1979), 252
      • Doha conference (Dec. 1976), 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 180
      • Geneva conference (June 1979), 220
      • Geneva conference (Mar. 1979), 193
      • IAM anti-trust suit, 224
      • Iranian oil shortfall and, 193
      • Kissinger-Exxon discussions, 75
      • Kissinger staff meeting discussions, 56
      • Less developed countries and, 88
      • Libreville conference (June 1975), 65
      • NSC staff memorandum, 47
      • Producer-consumer conference proposals and, 37, 48
      • Quito conference (June 1974), 3
      • Rambouillet G- 6 conference discussions, 88
      • Taif conference (May 1980), 272
      • U.S.-Iranian bilateral oil agreement and, 95
      • U.S. strategy overviews and, 40, 294
      • Vienna conference (Dec. 1973), 24
      • Vienna conference (March 1974), 5
      • Vienna conference (Sept. 1975), 82, 87
    • Orinoco Tar Belt development, 128, 146, 147, 155
    • Oteyza Fernandez, Jose Andres, 190, 236, 237
    • Owen, Henry D.:
    • Packwood, Bob, 65
    • Pahlavi, Mohammed Reza (Shah of Iran):
    • Pandolifi, Filippo M., 221
    • Parsky, Gerald L., 39, 43, 44, 46
    • Pastor, Robert A., 146, 186, 190, 237
    • Patterson, David, 272, 296, 297
    • Pearson, James B., 65
    • Pendleton, John S., 34
    • Pérez, Carlos Andrés:
    • Peterson, Peter G., 23
    • Pickering, Thomas R., 266
    • Pierre-Brossolette, Claude, 74
    • Platt, Nicholas, 265, 270
    • Poats, Rutherford M.:
    • Policy Review Committee, 168, 170, 186, 187, 202, 229
    • Porter, William, 103
    • Portugal, 290
    • Powell, Jody, 139, 190
    • Powerplant and Fuel Use Act (1978), 282
    • Power Plant and Industrial Fuel Use Act (1978), 164
    • Preeg, Ernest H.:
      • Prepcon I, 45, 50
      • Prepcon II, 70, 71, 84
      • Producer-consumer conference proposals, 13
      • Rambouillet G- 6 conference, 87
      • U.S. domestic energy policies, 91
    • Prepcon I:
      • International Energy Agency and, 49
      • Kissinger-Enders discussions, 43
      • Kissinger memorandum, 54
      • Kissinger staff meeting discussions, 53, 56
      • State Department papers, 60
      • U.S.-British discussions/correspondence, 38, 45
      • U.S.-French discussions/correspondence, 42, 45, 50
      • U.S.-German Federal Republic correspondence, 45
      • U.S.-Saudi discussions, 51, 55
    • Prepcon II:
      • Enders memorandum, 70
      • Ingersoll memorandum, 68
      • International Energy Agency and, 64, 70, 78, 83, 84
      • Kissinger memoranda, 78, 84
      • Kissinger speech (Kansas City) (May 13, 1975), 62, 64
      • Kissinger staff meeting discussions, 61, 73
      • Rush memorandum, 85
      • U.S.-French discussions/correspondence, 64, 66, 70, 71, 74
      • U.S.-Iranian discussions, 62
      • U.S.-producer country correspondence, 64
      • U.S.-Saudi discussions, 61, 81
    • Presidential Proclamations, No. 4702, 242
    • Presidential Review Committee, 218
    • Presidential Review Memoranda:
      • PRM- 41, “Review of U.S. Policies Toward Mexico,” 167, 170, 186
      • PRM 44, “Export of Oil and Gas Production Technology to U.S.S.R.,” 260
    • Press, 203
    • Producer-consumer commodity agreement proposals, 233, 259, 278
    • Producer-consumer conference proposals (see also Conference on International Economic Cooperation (Dec. 1975); Prepcon I; Prepcon II):
      • Akins memorandum, 3
      • Arab-Israeli conflict and, 229
      • Camp David meeting discussions, 10
      • Cooper memorandum, 229
      • Ford-Giscard Martinique meeting, 24, 26
      • Hormats memorandum, 199
      • International Energy Agency and, 20, 26, 42, 48, 56, 59, 125
      • Kissinger staff meeting discussions, 26, 37
      • NSC staff memorandum, 47
      • OPEC responses, 37, 48
      • Rush memorandum, 21
      • Scowcroft memorandum, 12
      • State Department papers, 60
      • State-Treasury meeting discussions, 39
      • U.S.-British discussions, 14
      • U.S.-French discussions/correspondence, 13, 16, 24, 26, 42
      • U.S.-German Federal Republic discussions/correspondence, 22, 58
      • U.S.-producer country correspondence, 27, 31
      • U.S.-Saudi discussions, 41, 51
    • Producer country investment in consumer countries:
      • Akins memorandum, 52
      • Camp David meeting discussions, 9, 10
      • Kissinger-Congressional leadership discussions, 65
      • NSC staff memoranda, 36, 47
      • Policy Review Committee discussions, 168
      • State Department papers, 60
      • State-Treasury meeting discussions, 39
    • Producer country political situations, 212, 229
    • Project Independence, 1, 8
    • Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act (1978), 164
    • Qatar. See U.S.-producer country correspondence.
    • Quandt, William B., 151, 159, 183, 185
    • Quie, Albert H., 65
    • Rafful Miguel, Fernando, 190
    • Raicht, Lawrence R.:
      • Floor price proposals, 43
      • IEA reduced dependency objectives proposal, 105
      • International Energy Agency, 100
      • OPEC oil price policies, 82
      • Prepcon I, 49, 56
      • Prepcon II, 84
      • Producer-consumer conference proposals, 27
      • U.S. domestic energy policies, 91
    • Rambouillet G- 6 conference, 86, 87, 88
    • Rampton, Jack, 203
    • Raw materials. See Commodities inclusion in CIEC.
    • Ray, Dixy Lee, 6
    • Reagan, Ronald, 275, 289, 292
    • Reinhardt, John E., 243
    • Renner, John C., 43, 160, 161
    • Resor, Stanley, 186
    • Rhodes, John J., 65
    • Richardson, Elliot L., 101, 103
    • Robinson, Charles W.:
      • Common tariff proposals, 39
      • IEA reduced dependency objectives proposal, 105
      • Kissinger-Congressional leadership discussions, 65
      • Middle East trip, 47
      • NSSM 237, 101
      • OPEC oil price policies, 82, 98, 103, 108, 109, 113
      • Prepcon I, 49, 53, 54, 55, 56
      • Prepcon II:
        • Ingersoll memorandum, 68
        • Kissinger memorandum, 84
        • Kissinger staff meeting discussions, 61, 73
        • Press conference, 85
        • U.S.-French correspondence, 66, 71
        • U.S.-Saudi correspondence, 74
      • Producer-consumer conference proposals, 41, 51, 59
      • Rambouillet G- 6 conference, 86, 87
      • U.S. domestic energy policies, 91
      • U.S.-Iranian bilateral oil agreement, 67, 95, 96
      • U.S.-Soviet oil agreement (barrels-for-bushels), 86
      • U.S. strategy overviews, 56
    • Rockefeller, David, 88
    • Roel, Santiago, 190
    • Rogers, Stephen H., 84
    • Rogers, William D., 37, 98, 99, 101, 108, 109
    • Romberg, Alan, 265, 270
    • Roosa, Robert, 26, 39, 52
    • Rosen, Gerald:
      • G- 7 Tokyo Economic Summit, 201
      • G- 7 Venice Economic Summit, 255
      • International Energy Agency, 219
      • Iranian oil shortfall, 242, 268, 269
      • Oil import ceilings, 228
      • OPEC oil price policies, 136, 163, 165, 178
      • OPEC Taif conference (May 1980), 272
      • Producer-consumer conference proposals, 199
      • Saudi production levels, 200, 215
      • Strategic Petroleum Reserve, 171
      • U.S. Iranian oil import ban, 245
      • U.S. strategy overviews, 234, 256
    • Rosenzweig Diaz, Alfonso de, 236, 237
    • Ross, Leonard, 137
    • Rozental Gutman, Andres, 236, 237
    • Rumsfeld, Donald, NSSM 237, 93
    • Rush, Kenneth, 21, 42, 45, 85, 86
    • Sabah III Al-Salim Al-Sabah (Emir of Kuwait), 134, 141
    • Sadli, Mohammad, 124
    • Salzman, Herbert, 227
    • Sato, Yoshiyasu, 270
    • Saud al-Faisal bin Abd al-Aziz (prince of Saudi Arabia):
    • Saudi Arabia (see also U.S.-producer country correspondence):
      • Arabian American Oil Company takeover, 95
      • ARAMCO takeover, 224, 265
      • Bilateral commissions, 47
      • Carter-Fahd correspondence, 185, 238, 274, 277, 281, 291
      • Duncan visits (1980), 263, 292
      • Expatriate tax issue, 263, 292
      • Floor price proposals, 43
      • Force against producer countries, 30, 52
      • G- 7 Venice Economic Summit, 275
      • Investment in consumer countries, 47
      • Iran-Iraq War, 290, 292
      • Mecca hostage incident (Nov. 1979), 249
      • Miller Middle East trip (Nov. 1979), 249
      • Nationalization and, 75, 95, 224, 265
      • Oil auction proposals, 3
      • OPEC oil price policies:
        • Abu Dhabi decision (Dec. 1978), 179, 180
        • Bali decision (May 1976), 98
        • Blumenthal Middle East trip discussions, 131, 134
        • Brzezinski memoranda, 140, 148
        • Carter correspondence, 176
        • Doha decision (Dec. 1976), 113, 114, 116
        • Duncan discussions, 275
        • Fahd U.S. visit discussions, 124, 126
        • Ford-Saud discussions, 103
        • Geneva decision (June 1979), 220
        • Jan. 1980 price increases, 257
        • Kissinger staff meeting discussions, 108, 109
        • Saud U.S. visit discussions, 130, 136
        • Schlesinger discussions, 143
        • State Department papers, 160
        • State-Treasury discussions, 1
        • Vienna decision (Sept. 1975), 79, 82
        • West discussions, 137
      • Political situation, 229
      • Prepcon I, 51, 55
      • Prepcon II, 61, 73, 74, 81
      • Producer-consumer commodity agreement proposals, 259
      • Producer-consumer conference proposals, 3, 10, 41, 51, 61, 199, 229
      • Production investment, 148
      • Production levels:
        • Arab-Israeli conflict and, 212
        • Carter-Fahd correspondence, 238, 277, 281
        • Duncan discussions, 263, 275
        • Katz memorandum, 182
        • Kissinger staff meeting discussions, 56
        • Miller Middle East trip discussions, 249
        • NSC staff memoranda, 183, 185, 225
        • OPEC discussions, 252
        • Policy Review Committee discussions, 202
        • State Department papers, 166, 202
        • State-Treasury discussions, 1
        • U.S.-Saudi discussions, 188, 200, 215, 223
        • Vance memorandum, 234
      • Saud U.S. visits, 130, 136, 151
      • Strategic Petroleum Reserve, 258
      • U.S. economic aid, 1, 47
      • U.S.-Iranian bilateral oil agreement and, 95
      • U.S. military aid, 152
      • U.S. terrorism security assistance offers, 145, 152
    • Saunders, Harold H., 41, 151, 168, 188, 284
    • Sauvagnargues, Jean:
    • Sawhill, John C., 248, 267, 282
    • Schecter, Jerry, 236, 237
    • Schirmer, Kitty:
      • G- 7 Tokyo Economic Summit, 203, 218
      • Iranian oil shortfall, 168, 187
      • OPEC oil price policies, 161, 168
      • Strategic Petroleum Reserve, 171
      • U.S.-Mexican energy relations, 186
    • Schlesinger, James R.:
    • Schmidt, Helmut:
      • Alternative energy sources, 88
      • Consumer country coordination, 17, 28, 44
      • Floor price proposals, 43
      • Ford correspondence, 28, 58
      • Ford meetings, 69
      • G- 7 Bonn Economic Summit, 149, 153, 156, 157
      • G- 7 London Economic Summit, 122
      • G- 7 Tokyo Economic Summit, 221
      • International Energy Agency, 69
      • Iranian oil shortfall, 183
      • Producer-consumer conference proposals, 22, 58, 199
      • U.S. visit (1979), 214
    • Schotta, Charles, 219, 272
    • Schulmann, Horst, 197
    • Schultze, Charles L.:
      • Force against producer countries, 52
      • G- 7 Bonn Economic Summit, 154, 156
      • G- 7 Tokyo Economic Summit, 218
      • Iranian oil shortfall, 187
      • Iran-Iraq War, 287
      • Oil supply vulnerability assessment, 127, 144
      • OPEC oil price policies, 150, 161
    • Scowcroft, Lt. Gen. Brent:
      • Arab-Israeli conflict, 34
      • Consumer country coordination, 19, 24, 38, 94
      • Contingency planning, 63, 97
      • Force against producer countries, 32
      • Giscard producer-consumer conference initiative, 12, 22, 24
      • International Energy Agency, 69
      • NSSM 237, 93, 99, 104
      • OPEC oil price policies, 1, 72, 103, 106, 111, 112, 114
      • Prepcon I, U.S.-British discussions, 38
      • Prepcon II, U.S.-French discussions, 74
      • U.S. domestic energy policies, 89
      • U.S.-Iranian bilateral oil agreement, 67, 92, 95, 96
    • Seidman, L. William, 65
    • Seitz, Raymond, 265
    • Senate, U.S., Select Committee To Study Governmental Operations with Respect To Intelligence Activities, 249
    • Shoesmith, Thomas P., 44
    • Shultz, George, 23
    • Sick, Capt. Gary:
      • Iranian oil shortfall, 168
      • Oil supply overviews, 262
      • Oil supply vulnerability assessment, 131, 139, 152, 161
      • OPEC oil price policies, 168
      • Saudi production levels, 223
    • Siemer, Deanne C., 254
    • Sigurani, Ivan, 278
    • Simon, William E.:
      • Camp David meeting, 9
      • Common tariff proposals, 39
      • Consumer country coordination, 23
      • Floor price proposals, 43, 46
      • International Energy Program, 6
      • NSSM 237, 93
      • OPEC oil price policies, 1
      • U.S.-Iranian bilateral oil agreement, 77
      • U.S. strategy overviews, 2, 60
    • Sisco, Joseph J., 31, 81
    • Slocombe, Walter, 187
    • Smith, Richard, 186
    • Smith, Lt. Gen. William Y.:
      • Iranian oil shortfall, 168, 187
      • Oil supply vulnerability assessment, 145, 152
      • OPEC oil price policies, 168
      • Strategic Petroleum Reserve, 171
      • U.S.-Mexican energy relations, 186
    • Sober, Sidney:
    • Solomon, Anthony:
    • Sonnenfeldt, Helmut:
      • Consumer country coordination, 11, 26
      • Giscard producer-consumer conference initiative, 13
      • Prepcon I, 53, 54, 56
      • Prepcon II, U.S.-French correspondence, 71
      • Producer-consumer conference proposals, 26, 50
    • Sonoda, Sunao, 221
    • Sorenson, Roger A., 70, 80, 98
    • South Africa, Iranian oil shortfall and, 166
    • Soviet Union:
      • Afghanistan invasion, 257, 276
      • CIA memorandum, 158
      • Iranian natural gas imports, 166
      • U.S. military presence in the Gulf and, 229
      • U.S.-Soviet oil agreement (barrels-for-bushels), 86
    • Spain, 6
    • Sparkman, John J., 43
    • Special Coordination Committee (SCC), 127, 144, 145, 152, 171, 216, 282
    • Spot market:
    • Staggers, Harley, 154
    • Stevenson, Adlai, 174
    • Stocker, Carol K., 196
    • Stock policies:
      • Council on International Economic Policy memorandum, 63
      • IEA discussions, 273
      • Iranian oil shortfall and, 181, 192, 267
      • Iran-Iraq War and, 285, 286, 290
      • Producer-consumer commodity agreement proposals and, 233
      • Security linkages, 279
      • State Department papers, 259
      • Treat/Poats memorandum, 293
      • U.S.-Saudi discussions, 292
      • Vance memorandum, 256
    • Stoessel, Walter J., Jr., 86
    • Stone, I.F., 52
    • Stone, Richard, 72
    • Strategic Petroleum Reserve:
      • Brzezinski memorandum, 156
      • Christopher memorandum, 280
      • Duncan memorandum, 258
      • IEA discussions, 273
      • Naval Petroleum Reserves Production Act (1976), 95, 258
      • NSC staff memorandum, 144
      • Special Coordination Committee discussions, 145, 171
      • State Department papers, 166
      • Treat/Poats memorandum, 293
      • U.S.-Saudi discussions, 263, 275
    • Strauss, Robert S., 223
    • Sullivan, William, 139, 166
    • Sultan ibn Abd al-Aziz al Saud (Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia), 30
    • Sumiya, Kiyoshi, 265, 270
    • Swandby, Bob, 278
    • Sweden, 6
    • Switzerland, 6, 43
    • Taher, Abdel Hadi, 263
    • Tanaka, Kakuei, 19
    • Tarnoff, Peter:
      • G- 7 Tokyo Economic Summit, 214
      • Iranian oil shortfall, 166
      • Iran-Iraq War, 284
      • North American Energy Community proposals, 222
      • OPEC oil price policies, 241, 272, 274
    • Taylor, Paul D., 27
    • Technology transfer, 260
    • Teshima, Reishi, 270
    • Thatcher, Margaret, 221
    • Thompson, Cecil, 145
    • Thomson, James, 171
    • Three Mile Island incident (1979), 203
    • Tickell, Crispin, 197
    • Todd, James C.:
    • Todman, Terence A., 146
    • Togo, Fumihiko, 265
    • Togo, Shigenori, 44
    • Tokyo Economic Summit. See G- 7 Tokyo Economic Summit.
    • Trade Act (1974), 2, 9
    • Trade Expansion Act (1962), Haskell amendment, 146
    • Treat, John:
    • Trimble, Phillip, 91
    • Trudeau, Pierre, 157
    • Tsurumi, Kiyohiko, 19
    • Turkey, 260, 290
    • Turner, Adm. Stansfield:
    • Turner, William C., 122
    • Twinam, Joseph W.:
    • Ugarte, Jose Antonio, 236, 237
    • Ukawa, Hidetoshi, 19
    • Ullman, Albert, 154
    • UN Conference on New and Renewable Sources of Energy, 265, 273
    • United Arab Emirates (see also U.S.-producer country correspondence), 116, 136, 166, 249
    • United Nations:
      • General Assembly:
        • Mexican World Energy Plan proposal, 237
        • New International World Order resolution, 56, 88
      • Kissinger General Assembly speech (Sept. 1, 1975), 80
      • Kissinger General Assembly speech (Sept. 23, 1974), 8
    • United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), 98
    • U.S. domestic energy policies:
    • U.S. International Communications Agency, 243
    • U.S.-Mexican energy relations:
    • U.S. military presence in the Gulf, 230
    • U.S. oil price decontrol:
      • Carter speech (April 1979), 196
      • Emergency Petroleum Allocation Act expiration, 83
      • Kissinger-Exxon discussions, 75
      • NSC staff memorandum, 72
      • Policy Review Committee discussions, 187
      • Rambouillet G- 6 conference discussions, 88
      • Scowcroft memorandum, 89
      • State Department papers, 87
      • Vance memorandum, 234
    • U.S. presidential elections (1980), 275, 289, 292
    • U.S.-producer country correspondence:
    • U.S. strategy overviews:
    • Vaky, Viron P., 140, 146, 163, 190, 236, 237
    • Vance, Cyrus:
    • Vance, David H., 113
    • Van Lennep, Emile, 10, 214, 255
    • Venezuela (see also U.S.-producer country correspondence):
      • Caribbean/Central American oil assistance, 278
      • Duncan visit, 285
      • Iranian oil shortfall and, 166
      • Oil imports from, 40
      • OPEC oil price policies:
        • Brzezinski memorandum, 140
        • Caracas deadlock (Dec. 1979), 252
        • Duncan discussions, 292
        • Hormats memorandum, 130
        • U.S.-Saudi discussions, 124
        • U.S.-Venezuelan discussions, 163, 278
        • Vance-Pérez discussions, 138
      • Orinoco Tar Belt development, 128, 146, 147, 155
      • Producer-consumer commodity agreement proposals, 278
      • U.S. long-term supply agreement, 146, 155
      • U.S. tariff violation, 146, 147
    • Verleger, Philip, 171
    • Vest, George, 286
    • Vine, Richard, 109
    • Vold, Johan Nic, 295
    • Von Staden, Berndt, 22
    • Waldheim, Kurt, 128, 237
    • Wampler, William C., 65
    • Warner, Rawleigh, 39
    • Washington Energy Conference, 2
    • Washington Special Actions Group, 32
    • Watson, Alexander F., 65
    • Weber, Hans-Herbert, 9, 10
    • Westbrook, Sam, III, 144, 152
    • West, John C.:
    • White, John, 171
    • Wickel, James J., 19
    • Wilson, Carroll, 52
    • Wilson, Harold, 38, 88
    • Wilton, John, 26
    • Wissocq, Francois de, 203
    • World Energy Conference, 8, 10
    • Wyatt, Wendell, 3
    • Yamani, Ahmad Zaki:
      • Arabian American Oil Company takeover, 95
      • Duncan visits (1980), 263, 292
      • Expatriate tax issue, 263, 292
      • Force against producer countries, 30
      • G- 7 Venice Economic Summit, 275
      • Iranian oil shortfall, 183, 185
      • Iran-Iraq War, 290, 292
      • Nationalization and, 75
      • Oil auction proposals, 3
      • OPEC oil price policies, 238
        • Abu Dhabi decision (Dec. 1978), 179, 180
        • Bali decision (May 1976), 98
        • Doha decision (Dec. 1976), 113
        • Kissinger staff meeting discussions, 109
        • Schlesinger discussions, 143
        • State-Treasury discussions, 1
        • U.S.-Saudi discussions, 3, 79, 81, 275, 283
        • Vienna decision (March 1974), 5
      • Prepcon I, 55
      • Prepcon II, 64, 73, 74, 81
      • Producer-consumer conference proposals, 1, 10, 41, 51, 229
      • Saudi production levels, 185, 215, 249, 252, 275, 277
      • Strategic Petroleum Reserve, 258, 275
      • U.S. domestic energy policies, 151
      • U.S. strategy overviews, 231
    • Yamazaki, Toshio, 19
    • Yasukawa, Takeshi, 19
    • Yoshida, Taroichi, 9
    • Young, Andrew J., 151, 213
    • Ypsersele de Strihou, Jacques van, 83
    • Zahedi, Ardeshir, 96, 112, 139
    • Zarb, Frank:
      • Contingency planning, 97
      • International Energy Program, 6
      • NSSM 237, 93, 99, 101
      • OPEC oil price policies, 98, 103
      • U.S. domestic energy policies, 89
      • U.S.-Iranian bilateral oil agreement, 67, 77, 92, 95, 96
    • Zayid bin Sultan al-Nuhayan (Sheikh of Abu Dhabi), 114, 141
    • Zimbabwe, 212