Natural Gas is a plentiful, domestically produced, clean burning fuel that heats and powers over 60 million U.S. homes. Natural gas is also used at home for cooking, by utilities to generate electricity for consumers and businesses, and by industry as the main component in many items we use every day, including paper, plastics and medicines. Natural gas is an important component of a common sense energy strategy that promotes a diverse, secure, prosperous, and clean energy future.
"We have to figure out a timely way to get projects through the system." The @USChamber's Ed Mortimer (@ChamberMoves) discusses the critical need for #NEPA modernization to avoid roadblocks like that stalling the I-70 monorail project for years. https://t.co/7ezWe4j60M
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