September 2013, Vol. 240 No. 9

Government

Senate to Consider Pipeline Permitting Reform, Too

The Senate may consider some form of pipeline permitting reform but the bill may not look like the one the House was expected to pass. Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR), chairman of the Energy and Natural Resources Committee, released a broad statement on natural gas issues July 25. Fleshing out the details in a speech hosted by the Bipartisan Policy Center Wyden laid out four areas – infrastructure, transportation, exports and shale development – where he is working to find bipartisan agreement. With regard to infrastructure he said he wants to speed pipeline development while plugging methane leaks that threaten the climate advantage that natural gas provides. “I’m

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