US Permitting Overhaul on Shaky Ground

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  • US Congress has its best shot in years at a sweeping overhaul aimed at streamlining approvals for pipelines, LNG terminals and other energy projects.
  • Legislative reforms could help clear natural gas bottlenecks in the northeast US and the Permian, and ease sorely needed transmission buildout to boost clean electricity.
  • Nothing is guaranteed, as locking in pipelines is an intensely divisive issue in Washington that is already seen fracturing the Democrats.

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Policy and Regulation, Gas Pipelines
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