Industry execs worry about effects of potential federal government shutdown

09/22/2013 | Platts

A potential federal government shutdown on Oct. 1 could postpone the review and permitting process for crucial energy projects, including natural gas pipelines and plants, industry executives said. "We hope there isn't a federal shutdown, not only for the sake of government workers, but for the fact that delays in certificating pipelines prolong the time that much-needed infrastructure gets built," said Cathy Landry, a spokeswoman for the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America.

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