GOVERNOR KIM REYNOLDS SAYS SHE’S OPEN TO CONSIDERING CHANGES IN HOW STATE OFFICIALS REVIEW APPLICATIONS FOR BUILDING AND MAINTAINING PIPELINES IN IOWA, BUT REYNOLDS SAYS IT WOULD UNFAIR TO MAKE RETROACTIVE CHANGES THAT WOULD APPLY TO IOWA UTILITIES BOARD’S CURRENT REVIEW OF A CONSTRUCTION PERMIT FOR SUMMIT’S CARBON CAPTURE PIPELINE.

SEEMS1 OC….SEEM RIGHT :14

REYNOLDS SAYS THE RULES ABOUT REROUTING THE PROPOSED PATH FOR A PIPELINE AROUND AN UNWILLING LANDOWNER’S PROPERTY MAY NEED AN UPDATE FOR THE NEXT TIME A DEVELOPER SEEKS STATE APPROVAL OF A PERMIT TO CONSTRUCT AND OPERATE A PIPELINE IN IOWA.

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SEEMS2 OC….DELAYS IT :20

THE IOWA HOUSE HAS ATTEMPTED TO PUT LIMITS ON THE USE OF EMINENT DOMAIN TO SEIZE PROPERTY FROM UNWILLING LANDOWNERS ALONG THE PROPOSED CARBON PIPELINE ROUTE, BUT THE IOWA SENATE DID NOT BRING THE HOUSE PLANS UP FOR A VOTE DURING 2022 OR 2023.

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