CEOs discuss energy policy, airline industry

08/1/2008 | CNBC

Former and current CEOs gathered on CNBC to discuss the nation's energy policy and the airline industry. Ron Allen, the former CEO of Delta Air Lines, predicted oil would drop to $90 a barrel after the first of the year. Doug Steenland, the CEO of Northwest Airlines, emphasized the impact of the price of oil on the airline industry's bottom line. Delta Air Lines CEO Richard Anderson and former Continental Airlines Chairman and CEO and CNBC Contributor Gordon Bethune weighed in on oil prices and the current state of the industry, as well as what lies ahead.

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