Donald Trump's election as president was widely praised by oil and gas companies and trade groups, and the company trying to build the controversial Dakota Access pipeline project predicted the president-elect would push through construction of the stalled project.
"I'm 100% sure that the pipeline will be approved by a Trump administration," Kelcy Warren, Chief Executive of Energy Transfer Partners L.P. (Dallas, Texas), which is developing the US$3.7 billion project, told NBC News.
“I believe we will have a government in place that believes in energy infrastructure."
Other companies featured: Continental Resources Incorporated, EOG Resources, ConocoPhillips.
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