WATCHING WASHINGTON MORE ACTION ON ENERGY POLICY

with Patrick Crow Energy policy legislation continues to evolve in Congress. The House energy and power subcommittee last week quickly reported out the first of its energy policy bills. One measure would allow gas pipeline construction projects to hire outside firms to prepare environmental documents. That should speed the permitting process at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. A second bill would toughen safety requirements for oil and gas pipelines.

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