IAGC Applauds House Support of the SECURE American Energy Act

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| Source: International Association of Geophysical Contractors

Houston, TX, US, Nov. 08, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The International Association of Geophysical Contractors (IAGC) Vice President of Regulatory & Governmental Affairs, Dustin Van Liew today issued the following statement in support of bipartisan energy legislation, the SECURE American Energy Act (H.R. 4239):

 “The International Association of Geophysical Contractors applauds the House Natural Resources Committee’s favorable passage, for consideration by the full House, of the “Strengthening the Economy with Critical Untapped Resources to Expand American Energy Act” or the “SECURE American Energy Act” and the defeat of measures aimed at removing oil and gas exploration permitting efficiencies.  We fully support this practical approach to streamlining processes that ensure critical activities and projects such as offshore geophysical survey permitting for energy and mineral exploration can move forward and enable the U.S to remain energy secure.

 “We are supportive of the Committee’s actions to bring more efficiencies and certainty to the permitting process and commend Congressman Mike Johnson (LA-04) for his leadership and insight in elevating the modernization of the Marine Mammal Protection Act in this Congress.

 “The IAGC urges swift passage in the House and will continue to work with Congress and the Administration to address issues of importance to our members.”

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 About the IAGC

The IAGC represents more than 125 member companies worldwide from all segments of the geophysical industry and is the only trade organization solely dedicated to representing the industry.  It is the leader in geophysical technical and operations expertise and for more than 45 years, the IAGC has worked to optimize the business and regulatory climate and enhances public understanding to support a strong, viable geophysical industry essential to discovering and delivering the world’s energy resources. 

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Gail Adams-Jackson
International Association of Geophysical Contractors
+1 713-957-8080
gail.adams@iagc.org