May 2018, Vo. 245, No. 5

Features

Understanding Corps Of Engineers Approach to Pipeline Permit Approvals

By Retired Col. Marc Hildenbrand and John Studt, Senior Advisors, Dawson & Associates, Washington, D.C. The United States is in the beginning stages of a long-term energy revolution. New fracking technologies allow access to previously inaccessible hydrocarbons. In the last few years, the nation became the world’s largest oil and gas producer, and our Nation has the potential to be entirely energy independent – an idea that even 10 years ago was unimaginable.   But for this to come to fruition, private industry will need to spend hundreds of billions in projects that will require permit approvals from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Anyone who thinks the Corps c

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