Senate bill slated to boost US energy facility security

The US Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources this week will mark up a sweeping bill intended to improve security at the nation's key energy facilities.The proposal will build on legislation already introduced on behalf of the administration of President George W. Bush (S 1480) that would increase security for dams and other facilities under the jurisdiction of the Depart- ment of the Interior's Bureau of Reclamation.Energy committee sources also said the bill will be amended to increase security for the nation's critical energy infrastructure, including oil refineries, pipelines, and power grids.Senators will consider recommendations from the departments of Energy a...

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