More natural gas pipelines are needed in the US.
That’s according to industry experts and government who spoke at America’s Natural Gas Alliance (ANGA) event last week.
They discussed the importance of investing in and modernising America’s energy infrastructure and pipeline development.
ANGA represents North America’s independent natural gas exploration and production companies.
It was agreed a lack of pipeline infrastructure in some areas must be addressed and greater investment in energy infrastructure would result in economic growth, jobs and access to clean and affordable energy.
Marty Durbin, ANGA’s President and CEO said: “As policymakers consider ways to improve the efficiency of project approval, they should know that industry, labor and energy experts are united in calling for policies that remove delays and provide greater certainty while maintaining robust public and stakeholder input.”