June 2019, Vol. 246, No. 6

Features

Terminal Expansions Aid Permian Basin Exports

By Kathryn Clay, President, International Liquid Terminals Association The re-emergence of the United States as a leading power in energy markets is good news for all Americans. A secure and resilient energy sector helps all end-users here at home, from manufacturers to residential consumers. Growing our energy exports will help our balance of trade and will strengthen our economy. Now is the time to take the steps needed to prepare for our future as a global energy leader. This will involve changes already underway and additional efforts to ensure that we have the infrastructure needed to take advantage of rapidly growing domestic production. To date, much of the focus has been on pip

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