CEA Midwest Executive Director Chris Ventura discusses the importance of pipeline infrastructure in the state of Michigan.
Traditionally, infrastructure development has been a bipartisan issue with open dialogue between Democrats and Republicans. Policymakers and regulators from both parties have typically understood that affordable, reliable energy was vital to everyone in society and that required a rational, regulatory regime based on compromise and efficient, law-abiding permitting processes. This is because years of study and analysis – from federal safety regulators – has shown that pipelines are by far the safest, most efficient and most environmentally sound way to deliver energy.
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