U.S. needs to expand energy infrastructure, former energy adviser says

U.S. oil and natural gas developments are putting a strain on the country's energy infrastructure as existing pipelines, rail networks and other platforms lag behind surging output. "Government must take steps that help the oil and gas industry develop America's newfound abundance even more quickly," said former White House energy adviser Jason Bordoff. "To realize the benefits of this changed energy landscape, our energy infrastructure and regulatory structure need to be updated to reflect the new reality," Bordoff added.

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