A Wall Street Journal op-ed piece highlights an action that could be positive for energy and infrastructure developments across the country – streamlining the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). The problem is, this kind of attention to job creating, energy supply projects are needed over a large number of projects, not the select favorites of the Administration. When created, NEPA was well intended and purposeful, but through time, the inconsistency and contrast of federal regulations governing NEPA has resulted in an extremely inefficient process slowing the pace at which projects can develop in the U.S and hurting our country’s competitiveness.