GPA Midstream commends Senate Committee
Published by Callum O'Reilly,
The GPA Midstream Association has applauded the US Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works for passing the Americans for Transportation Infrastructure Act of 2019.
The bipartisan bill passed by a unanimous vote.
This legislation will allow the Secretary of the Interior to expediate the permitting of gathering lines for oil and natural gas wells on federal land, and, with tribal consent, on Indian land, which will reduce venting and flaring of natural gas. The construction of these gathering lines would also reduce heavy duty truck traffic on local and state roads, which would further reduce emissions of methane.
“This legislation is a common sense, win-win approach that improves the environment and boosts revenues for taxpayers by capturing natural gas that would otherwise be vented or flared,” said GPA Midstream President and CEO Joel Moxley. “It also serves to boost revenues for the federal government and states, all while making our roads safer.”
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/gas-processing/31072019/gpa-midstream-commends-senate-committee/
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