With the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission regaining their quorum, energy infrastructure projects are again being approved after rigorous environmental and technical review processes take place. Construction will begin soon on two projects which will inject over $8.5 billion into local communities across the East Coast and put thousands of Americans to work.
Federal regulators on Friday approved two major natural gas pipelines for construction on the East Coast, a move heralded by business leaders and condemned by environmentalists. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission granted approvals for the Mountain Valley and Atlantic Coast pipelines, according to The Associated Press.
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