Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) exports are an important way U.S. energy companies access global markets. That is especially important today, with COVID-19 reducing U.S. energy demand and layoffs mounting in the energy sector. Environmental regulations can hinder these export efforts. A proposed change to the U.S. Department of Energy’s environmental reviews would ease the administrative burden by eliminating unnecessary and burdensome regulations. This rule change will offer some needed and commonsense relief to the natural gas sector and the environment will be protected. Lexington Institute’s John Cicchitti has written more about this topic here.
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