Kevin McIntyre, the chairman of the U.S. Federal Energy Regulation Commission (FERC), recently announced the agency is reviewing its interstate natural gas pipeline policy, including its permitting procedures. The agency wants to hear from interested citizens like YOU on this issue, which could impact whether critical infrastructure in America gets approved.
Radical environmentalists are flooding FERC with comments, trying to make it harder for new natural gas pipelines to be approved.
American pipelines should face a fair and robust permitting process, not a bureaucratic mess that prevents vital infrastructure from being built.
Make your voice heard and tell FERC that natural gas pipelines are critical for American energy security, and permitting must remain efficient.