The gas pipeline that is currently the target of a new federal energy policy has been a source of controversy since it was announced in May.

The pipeline, which was built to deliver natural gas from New York City to the Gulf Coast, has caused widespread environmental concerns.

But there’s another aspect of the pipeline that has also caught the attention of some environmental advocates.

The pipeline is a gas line that runs along a large swath of land along the East Coast, connecting the Marcellus shale gas fields of Pennsylvania and Ohio.

That means the pipeline is one of the most heavily used gas lines in the United States.

And because it is so widely used, its environmental impacts have been the subject of a wide range of scientific research.

But what many people have been most interested in is the process by which the pipeline’s gas is pumped into the ground and then transported to the storage tanks at the end of the line.

The idea that a pipeline could transport billions of gallons of gas is new to many people, but it’s already been proven to be a powerful energy resource.

According to the American Petroleum Institute (API), a U.S. energy policy research group, natural gas supplies $7 trillion in annual economic activity, with about $1.7 trillion coming from natural gas pipelines.

The company says that the pipeline could deliver about half that amount of natural gas to its customers, and the energy released would be used to generate nearly half of the nation’s electricity.

The project would create more than 300 permanent jobs, and according to API, it would generate $2 billion in economic impact over the life of the project.

“We are thrilled to be working with the U..

S Department of Energy to build a world-class natural gas transportation system that is more environmentally-friendly, efficient, and cost-effective than any other infrastructure in the U-S,” said Scott Eisner, API’s vice president of government affairs.

The API has been working with several companies to test the pipeline and determine its environmental benefits.

It is now working with a local company to test how the pipeline will work under real-world conditions.

The company is testing several different methods, including using a robot called the Pipeline Tracer, which is attached to the pipeline.

According to API’s website, the Pipeline Tracker is designed to determine how well the pipeline can operate under real conditions.

In a pilot project, the pipeline operator has been testing a pipeline that operates under normal conditions.

When the pipeline was tested with the PipelineTracer, the operator said it operated much like the pipeline currently operates.

“The Pipeline Tracker does not test any of the properties that would normally be expected to be problematic in the pipeline system,” the API said.

“Instead, it analyzes the actual flow rate and the flow properties of the actual pipeline.”

The API says the PipelineTracker will be tested in three different locations along the pipeline line, including at the Marbella Transmission and Distribution Facility in New York.

The Pipeline Tracker will be located on a platform that will allow the pipeline to move through the pipeline under the full flow of natural natural gas.

The PipelineTracker was developed by the pipeline company, Energy Transfer Partners, and is based on the company’s proprietary technology called a pipeline tracer.

According a company press release, the project was funded through the U:Energy Venture Fund.

Energy Transfer Partners says that it will use the PipelineTrackers technology to determine the efficiency and quality of the pipelines that the company plans to build in the next five years.

Energy transfer partners is an energy company that operates a number of natural-gas pipeline projects in the region, including the Southern Energy Corridor, the MarBella Transmission, and another pipeline in the Marvellous Energy Corridor.

Energy transferred a combined $5.5 billion from its gas-producing North American Gas and Power (NAGP) in 2017 to the U and Energy Venture Fund for the project that is being tested at the Pipeline Trackers.

The NAGP pipeline is owned by TransCanada Energy.

TransCanada said in a statement that the Pipeline tracker is designed “to provide a reliable, cost-efficient and environmentally friendly way to monitor the pipeline operations and assess its environmental impact.”

“The pipeline Tracker will use technology to quantify the flow rate, flow properties and actual flow to accurately determine the potential for damage and potential for leaks,” TransCanada said.

The Energy Transfer Partnership has been experimenting with the pipeline for a number years, according to its website.

In the past, the company has tested the pipeline using a small device that is attached with a camera to the line and is tracked by sensors in the pipe.

According the company, it will continue to test and develop new pipeline technologies that will provide a more reliable and cost effective way to manage and manage natural gas resources in the future.