US energy infrastructure security now a key issue in Washington

10/01/2001
Keeping the US energy infrastructure safe from attack, whether it is a gas pipeline, oil refinery, or power grid, has become a key domestic issue for policymakers in Washington, DC.Trade association executives representing the oil, gas, and electric industries said late last month that they are working in tandem with the White House and Congress on ways to ensure that critical infrastructures are safe.Heads of the American Petroleum Institute, American Gas Association, and the Edison Electric Institute told reporters at a Sept. 21 US Energy Association meeting that they are coordinating with each other and with the government on ways to improve security.AGA Pres. Dave Parker noted, for ex...
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