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CEA’s Brydon Ross was quoted discussing the need for critical energy infrastructure in New England.

According to Brydon Ross, CEA’s vice president for state affairs in comments to Rigzone, “In reality, it’s a small but very influential set of opposition voices that are setting and determining the economic future and trajectory for an entire state and region.” He went on to say, “At the end of the day, the polls are confirming what we all intuitively know – we need this critical infrastructure and the public not only wants it maintained but expanded.” He believes this opposition can be overcome with increased education.

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