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EEIA Mission and Scope

EEIA is a 501(c)(6) trade association headquartered in Washington, DC. Its members include contractors, supply chain companies, their trade associations and their workers' labor unions. Its mission is to organize, mobilize and lead the supply chain's voices in support of shale energy and related infrastructure development and policies at all levels of government that encourage full and careful development of shale resources while protecting the environment and minimizing community impacts.

EEIA engages in legislative, regulatory, judicial, and public advocacy directed at all levels of government and within communities. Among other activities, EEIA undertakes economic research and information-gathering to measure and report the scale of supply chain economic and employment contributions, and to document and share shale energy's positive messages.


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Key Issues

Strong Climate Benefits

FERC Approval of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Export Terminals

Streamline Pipeline Permitting

Workforce Needs

State-based Regulation

All Forms of Energy

Access to Energy Resources on Federal Lands

Hot Topics

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