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Times Writer Wins Honor for Energy Series

Los Angeles Times staff writer Donald Woutat has won Pannell Kerr Forster’s 1989 Financial Writing Achievement Award for his December, 1988, series on the risk that the United States may be headed for another energy crisis.

The series, titled “Energy Gamble: The High Price of Cheap Oil,” won first prize in the print category of the business writing contest. The contest is sponsored by Pannell Kerr Forster, the nation’s 13th-largest accounting and consulting firm, and entries are judged by an independent panel. The awards program is in its fifth year.


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