May 2017, Vol. 244, No. 5

Pipeline Industry Worried About Domestic Content Memorandum President Trump’s stated intention to require new and repaired pipelines to use “domestic content” has the potential to throw a monkey wrench into future construction. But his ability to turn the proposal into reality remains a question. Pipeline trade groups responding to a Department of Commerce Federal Register notice point out that Trump’s authority to impose a domestic content requirement on privately funded investment is far from clear. The notice was an effort to help flesh out Trump’s Jan. 24 memorandum requiring new pipelines to use American materials…

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