Team Biden Sides with Green Donors and TikTok Influencers Over the American People

The President of the United States is breaking his word with our allies and weakening NATO

WASHINGTON, DC (1/26/24) – Today, the Biden administration suspended decisions on export permits for liquefied natural gas (LNG) facilities while the Department of Energy “reassesses” whether it is properly accounting for the climate impacts from proposed projects.

This election year gimmick immediately impacts Department of Energy approval of the Calcasieu Pass 2 (CP2) gas export plant in Louisiana, which would ship up to 24 million metric tons of liquified natural gas abroad each year. The plant is also awaiting a determination from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), which has already been delayed by additional requests for environmental review.

In response to this decision, AEA President Thomas Pyle issued the following statement:

“With this decision, President Biden is choosing to placate his green donors over the American people and our allies abroad. Delaying these projects until after the November presidential election might spare President Biden from criticism from his environmentalist donors and TikTok influencers, but it will likely wreak havoc on markets and the energy security of our allies who may question the reliability of the United States as a secure energy supplier.”

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