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family_small.jpg The Energy Equipment and Infrastructure Alliance (EEIA) is the association for suppliers of construction, equipment, materials and services for energy production and infrastructure. We are the only organization representing the full spectrum of the supply chain - tens of thousands of companies and millions of workers in all 50 states - supporting production facilities, midstream infrastructure including transmission pipelines, and downstream infrastructure for power generation, storage, processing and export. We are the hard-hats that keep the lights on and keep homes warm in winter and cool in summer. This great scope gives us uniquely powerful impact.

EEIA's mission is to mobilize and lead the supply chain's voices to achieve policies at all levels of government that encourage full development of America's energy resources and infrastructure, while protecting the environment, health and safety.

EEIA's President and CEO is Toby Mack. Toby joined EEIA as President and CEO in 2013. Prior to EEIA, since 1990 he served as President and CEO of Associated Equipment Distributors, the international trade association representing companies supplying heavy equipment and related products and services to the construction, energy, mining and forestry industries in North America.

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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

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