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This page lists all names occur in articles mentioning Arkansas Public Service Commission relating to Carbon Capture/Carbon Sequestration. For a complete overview of this entry's activities relating to this topic, please see the Arkansas Public Service Commission Organization DB Profile.

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Barack Obama   33.33% (3)
Cheryl Lafleur   33.33% (3)
Joe Manchin   33.33% (3)
Mike Morris   33.33% (3)
Paul Ridzon   22.22% (2)
Jon Morgan   22.22% (2)
Paul Patterson   22.22% (2)
Brian Tierney   22.22% (2)
Chuck Zebula   22.22% (2)
Mitch Mcconnell   22.22% (2)
Suisse Mike   22.22% (2)
Ron Binz   22.22% (2)
Brian Wingfield   22.22% (2)
Tim Scott   22.22% (2)
Eric Schultz   22.22% (2)
David Frank   22.22% (2)
Lisa Murkowski   22.22% (2)
Paul Patterson Glenrock Daniel Eggers Suisse Leslie Paul Ridzon Keybanc Jonathan Arnold Deutsche Bank Ali Suntrust Robinson Michael Goldman Sachs Anna Stromberg Daniele Seitz Dudack Phyllis Dwight David Frank Anthony Crowdell Jefferies   11.11% (1)
Goldman Sachs   11.11% (1)
Sanford Bernstein   11.11% (1)
Daniel Eggers   11.11% (1)
Jesse Berst   11.11% (1)
David Mc-Clanahan   11.11% (1)
Byron Dorgan   11.11% (1)
Anna Stromberg   11.11% (1)
Jonathan Arnold Deutsche Bank   11.11% (1)
Michael Morris Hugh   11.11% (1)
Jonathan Arnold   11.11% (1)
John W Jr   11.11% (1)
Paul Ridzon Keybanc   11.11% (1)
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