Pipeline Backlog Expected to Ease as Texas Backs Off Pollution Fight

Dallas Morning News: For close to 18 months, Mike Heim watched the construction site outside Decatur where his company planned to build a natural gas processing plant sit idle. He was waiting for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to OK air pollution permits. “You just got in the queue and sat at your desk,” said Heim, chief operating officer of the Houston pipeline company Targa Resources. “We were able to move some of the gas to other midstream stations that had space in their plants. We were fortunate to......

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