President Trump loves the state of Texas—and Texans love him.
He particularly cherishes the state’s importance to the American economy.
Texas is key to seeing a thriving United States.
Because of that, Trump traveled to the state to sign some major permits.
It will give the Texas economy a much-needed jumpstart:
President Donald Trump traveled to Texas Wednesday and signed four permits expanding the states’ oil transportation infrastructure.
The president called the permits a “bold action to support energy jobs” and “a giant victory for the workers of this state” during a speech ahead of the signing at Double Eagle Energy in Midland.
Texas is a central producer of America’s oil and other natural resources. The pro-business state has thrived, thanks to its people and polices.
But liberal activists have for years tried to hamper America’s energy independence with various red tape and restrictions.
Most notably have been attacks on various pipelines that restrict the production and transportation of energy.
President Trump’s new permits expand Texas’ oil transportation infrastructure. That means oil and other energy companies will be able to improve the way they transport natural resources.
It also means oil and gas will be cheaper to produce and move—meaning Americans will save money.
The permits also mean new jobs, as companies will need to hire more workers to expand their operations.
Among the various measures include a permit to allow Texas crude oil to be exported to Mexico. One of the permits will also extend export authorizations for American liquified gas through 2050.
- President Trump traveled to Texas to sign four new permits for the energy sector.
- The permits will expand energy-transportation infrastructure for Texas companies.
- Trump has long been a champion for America’s energy dominance.
Source: Daily Caller