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The forms show that overall, Mr. Allen earned $347,787 last year through his work at George Allen Strategies. He also received $5,000 in speaking fees each from the Ohio Coal Association, Hampden-Sydney College and the Republican Central Committee of Harford County, Md.

He received $20,000 from the American Energy Freedom Center, a nonprofit group Mr. Allen launched in 2009 and where he served as chairman until December 2010. He received $20,000 in director fees from Lee Technologies in Fairfax.

Mr. Allen also disclosed consulting work on behalf of Will Interactive, Navigators Global, Reliable Partners and Peabody Investment Corp.

Navigators Global and Reliable Partners were identified as clients of George Allen Strategies in lobbying forms on file with the Senate.

Mr. Allen’s firm hired a principal of George Allen Strategies on a contract basis to lobby for both clients.

Because the lobbyist, former Allen aide Paul Unger, was not an employee of the firm, but rather a contractor lobbying through his own firm in Washington, George Allen Strategies was not required to register as a lobbying firm with Congress.

Aside from Mr. Unger and Mr. Allen, George Allen Strategies lists two other principals: Tim Nussbaum, Mr. Allen’s executive assistant, and Puneet Ahluwalia, who is described on the firm’s website as advising on economic, financial and energy issues.