U.S. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Letters & Testimony

Letters & Testimony

Letters

Americans rely on infrastructure to deliver the energy that powers our great nation. The undersigned associations appreciate the strong steps you have taken to accelerate the regulatory process for high-value energy infrastructure projects. However, the recent loss of a quorum at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has placed energy infrastructure permitting on an indefinite hold, creating an unexpected barrier to your recent streamlining actions and threatening their ultimate success.

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As business leaders representing diverse geographic regions and economic interests, we write to encourage your support for expedited passage of a joint Congressional Review Act (CRA) resolution to eliminate the Bureau of Land Management’s “venting and flaring” regulation.

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The U.S. Chamber of Commerce urges you to support H.J. Res. 36, which would
undo the Bureau of Land Management’s rule related to methane production. The
Chamber will consider including votes on or related to this legislation in our annual
How They Voted scorecard.
 
The Chamber applauds Congress for considering legislation to undo the venting
and flaring rule from the Bureau of Land Management. Without congressional action,
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The U.S. Chamber of Commerce will consider including votes in our 2017 How They Voted scorecard related to H.J. Res. 38 and H.J. Res. 41, which would undo two onerous and unnecessary Obama-era rules on streams and resource extraction.
 
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As business leaders representing diverse geographic regions and economic interests, we write to encourage your support for expedited passage of a joint Congressional Review Act (CRA) resolution vetoing the Obama Administration’s so-called “Stream Protection Rule” (SPR).