President Bush’s newest selections to join the country’s federal energy regulator appear designed to appeal to the agency’s key, often opposing, constituencies.

On one side is Washington lobbyist Phillip D. Moeller, who gets high marks from the power companies he has served for years. On the other is Jon Wellinghoff, a former consumer advocate and staff counsel for the Nevada Public Utilities Commission, who is well regarded by public interest watchdogs.

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