FERC Chair placed “unnecessary roadblocks” on American Energy

Washington, D.C. - Power The Future is calling on members of the Senate to reject President Biden’s re-nomination of Richard Glick to lead the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC.) Glick is part of Biden’s army of bureaucrats that continue to fight his war on American energy. Just this year, FERC put a stop to a natural gas project and tried to jam through a rule that would make building future natural gas pipelines almost impossible. The backdoor power grab drew a sharp rebuke from President Biden’s own party as a “reckless decision to add unnecessary roadblocks” to domestic energy infrastructure. Chairman Glick only pulled the rule back because he got blasted for it. He doesn’t deserve another term on the commission.

“If left to his own ideology and devices, Chairman Glick would still be stopping American energy projects today. Thankfully, Senator Joe Manchin had the courage to stand up to his own party and put the brakes on some of his reckless policies,” said Daniel Turner, Founder and Executive Director for Power The Future. “Joe Biden’s energy agenda continues to deliver nothing but failure to working families and he shouldn’t be able to rely on an army of unelected bureaucrats to continue driving America into the ditch. Chairman Glick has already proved he’s against American energy independence and every Senator should reject him.”

Americans are standing up against FERC’s bureaucrats. So far, over 20,000 individuals have signed Power The Future’s petition to support Chairman Manchin in his efforts to keep FERC in line. That number will only grow as word continues to get out about what FERC is trying to do.

Power The Future is a 501c4 non-profit dedicated to fighting for American energy workers.

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