January 2020, Vol. 247, No. 1

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New US Energy Secretary Slams New York for Blocking Pipelines

New U.S. Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette slammed New York state regulators for blocking pipelines that would bring natural gas from Appalachia to New England but did not specify whether the Trump administration could do anything to push the projects forward. “Certain bad actors are trying to slow job creators and decrease the benefits for consumers,” said Brouillette, who was sworn in by President Donald Trump in December. “Due to one state’s extremist policies the entire New England region is cut off from receiving cheaper American natural gas,” said Brouillette. Brouillette praised the gas industry which has seen prices pushed toward a 25-year low as it is produced as a byproduct of the

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