Houston, Texas (PRWEB) May 13, 2013
As a veteran of the oil and gas industry, James Mann, Stag Energy Services Operation Manager, explains that he has witnessed a lot of progress over the course of his career. However, he notes that that progress would not be made possible if it were not for the approval of extensive construction projects and innovative technologies that have revolutionized the energy industry. As a supporter of the Keystone Pipeline project, Mann highlights a recent article from Fox News that discusses a new Republican-backed Northern Route Approval Act—a bill that would eliminate the need for the President’s approval on the northern portion of the TransCanada pipeline.
Fox News reviews, “The bill, which passed the House Energy and Commerce Committee by a vote of 30 to 18, has little chance of moving through the Senate and becoming law. The Senate has expressed support for Keystone but Democrats who control the chamber are unlikely to vote for a bill that takes authority away from President Barack Obama. The pipeline, which would cross the border between the U.S. and Canada, requires a special permit from Mr. Obama. The U.S. State Department is currently conducting a review of the proposed project.”
While some criticize the motivation to move forward with the project, James Mann, Stag Energy Services professional responds, “Obama and his administration have had ample time to approve and review this influential project that will revolutionize oil transportation in both Canada and the United States. With so much potential behind this project, it is understandable that politicians are now becoming more aggressive in their tactics to gain approval for construction.”
Although Fox recognizes that the bill will most likely not get passed, James Mann, Stag Energy Services employee, explains that the legislation has raised greater awareness of the issue. “While environmental groups will continue to fight the Keystone Pipeline tooth-and-nail, it is also important to note that many officials and groups are finding that the project is a sound one. It has also allowed to public to understand just how many jobs could be created if the Keystone Pipeline is to be approved,” James Mann, Stag Energy Services Operations Manager, concludes.
James Mann Stag Energy Services Operations Manager, represents a company that is zealous to provide a comprehensive suite of services to oil companies throughout the United States. The firm is devoted to the highest standards of quality and of service in all of its offerings, which include site construction, equipment rental and repair, well maintenance, the provision of trained contract personnel, and more. According to James Mann, Stag Energy Services’ client list includes some of the most prestigious and prolific oil companies in the entire United States. With years of natural gas and oil experience, Operations Manager James Mann brings a great deal to Stag Energy Services.