H.R. 1 - The Lower Energy Costs Act

Bill Text

    Text of H.R. 1 PDF

    (as introduced) 

Rule Information

REPORTED BY A RECORD VOTE of 9-4 on Monday, March 27, 2023.

Agreed to by record vote of 218-203 on March 28, 2023.

MANAGERS: Reschenthaler/McGovern

  1. Structured rule.
  2. Provides seven hours of general debate with three hours equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the Committee on Energy and Commerce or their respective designees, three hours equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the Committee on Natural Resources or their respective designees, and one hour equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure or their respective designees.
  3. Waives all points of order against consideration of the bill.
  4. Provides that the amendment printed in part A of the Rules Committee report shall be considered as adopted in the House and in the Committee of the Whole. The bill, as amended, shall be considered as read.
  5. Waives all points of order against provisions in the bill, as amended.
  6. Makes in order only those amendment printed in part B of the Rules Committee report accompanying the resolution. Each amendment made in order may be offered only in the order printed in the report, may be offered only by a Member designated in the report, shall be considered as read, shall be debatable for the time specified in the report equally divided and controlled by the proponent and an opponent, shall not be subject to amendment, and shall not be subject to a demand for division of the question in the House or in the Committee of the Whole.
  7. Waives all points of order against the amendments printed in part B of the report.
  8. Provides one motion to recommit.

Amendments (click headers to sort)

#Version #Sponsor(s)PartySummaryStatus
1Version 1Houlahan (PA)DemocratProhibits export or sale of petroleum products from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve to China, North Korea, Russia, Iran or any country subject to sanctions imposed by the United States.Made in Order
2Version 1Crawford (AR), Graves (LA)RepublicanRequires DOT to apply the One Federal Decision procedures to pipeline projects under NEPA review to streamline the environmental review/permitting process.Made in Order
3Version 3Plaskett (VI), González-Colón (PR), Sablan (MP), Lieu (CA), Velázquez (NY), Torres (NY), Soto (FL)Bi-PartisanRevised Provides for targeted Department of Energy investment in renewable energy systems, energy efficiency activities, energy storage, smart grids, or microgrids in territories of the United States, as well as for training local residents to construct, maintain, or operate renewable energy systems. Grants would be awarded to non-profit organizations and the Department of Energy may provide technical assistance.Revised
4Version 1Garamendi (CA), Costa (CA)DemocratMakes biomass (hazardous fuels for wildfires) from federal forestlands an eligible feedstock for transportation fuel (such as electricity) under the Renewable Fuel Standard. Current law only allows for biomass from non-federal lands: privately owned land, state or locally owned public lands, and tribal land held in trust by the federal government. This change does not open federal forestlands to timber harvests or commercial hazardous fuels removal where such activities are prohibited currently.Submitted
5Version 1Velázquez (NY)DemocratRevises the deadline for filing a claim seeking judicial review of a federal action if such claim is related to protecting public health.Submitted
6Version 1Velázquez (NY)DemocratCreates a new section to require publicly traded companies to disclose their goals and actions as it relates to greenhouse gas emissions and meeting the climate goals of the Paris Climate Accords.Submitted
7Version 1Ramirez (IL)DemocratExpresses that Congress is committed to providing as many avenues for homeowners to make their home energy efficient, reduce our carbon footprints, and face climate catastrophe in real-time by striking SEC. 10016. HOMEOWNER ENERGY FREEDOM.Submitted
8Version 1Estes (KS)RepublicanRequires the Secretary of Energy to use an index-based pricing bid system when purchasing petroleum products for the SPR.Made in Order
9Version 2Swalwell (CA)DemocratRevised Requires GSA to set a domestic and ally sourcing requirement for neodymium magnets to improve transparency of U.S. government procurement for electric vehicles.Revised
10Version 1Swalwell (CA)DemocratRequires the Secretary of Commerce to monitor and assess the U.S. NdFeB magnet value chain to ensure that U.S. and ally firms are not adversely impacted by non-market factors or unfair trade actions, such as intellectual property violations or dumping.Submitted
11Version 1Swalwell (CA)DemocratExpresses a sense of Congress in support of the development of tax credits for domestic production of NdFeB magnets.Submitted
12Version 1Mace (SC)RepublicanRequires the Secretary of Energy to report annually on the ongoing assessments of critical energy resources and actions taken to strengthen supply chains to advance American energy security.Made in Order
13Version 1Houlahan (PA)DemocratModifies the National Materials and Minerals Policy, Research and Development Act of 1980 to require an interagency process when considering critical mineral and rare earth element mine permitting.Submitted
14Version 1Dingell (MI)DemocratProtects the judicial review process by allowing access to the courts to ensure the continued enforcement of essential public health and environmental laws.Submitted
15Version 1Dingell (MI)DemocratRequires the EPA Administrator to certify that the United States will reduce its emissions by at least 42 percent below 2005 levels—the projected emissions reduction as a result of the Inflation Reduction Act—before the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund repeal takes effect.Submitted
16Version 1Dingell (MI)DemocratStrikes in its entirety section 10014, which repeals the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund.Submitted
17Version 1Mooney (WV)RepublicanExempts coal mining operators from the Corporate Alternative Minimum TaxSubmitted
18Version 1Feenstra (IA)RepublicanProhibits the Communist Party of China (or a person acting on behalf of the Communist Party of China) from acquiring any interest with respect to American farmland or any lands used for American renewable energy productionMade in Order
19Version 1Feenstra (IA)RepublicanDirects the Secretary of Energy and the Federal Aviation Administration to conduct a study that analyzes the research and development needs of the sustainable aviation fuel industry.Submitted
20Version 1Feenstra (IA)RepublicanAcknowledges the benefits to American energy production with the expansion of biofuels.Submitted
21Version 1Feenstra (IA)RepublicanAdds that it is the Sense of Congress that the Federal Government should not impose any restrictions on the export of ethanol.Submitted
22Version 3Fitzpatrick (PA)RepublicanRevised Adds a section to prohibit energy exploration activities in the Delaware River Basin. Revision establishes a sense of Congress that the Secretary should not authorize any energy exploration activities in any tract of the Delaware River Basin. Revision clarifies the sense of Congress that there should not be any energy exploration activities in any tract of the Delaware River Basin.Revised
23Version 1Fitzpatrick (PA)RepublicanAdds a rule of construction to ensure the Act does not preempt a constitution of a State if it conflicts with the constitution of a State.Submitted
24Version 2Fitzpatrick (PA)RepublicanRevised Adds the MARKET CHOICE Act to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, establish an infrastructure and environmental innovation trust fund, and create a bipartisan National Climate Commission. Revision makes a technical correction, striking the section to extend 26 U.S.C. 45Q. This provision was already extended by PL 117-169, making the section redundant.Revised
25Version 1Fitzpatrick (PA)RepublicanStrikes Section 10013 (Natural Gas Tax Repeal) and Section 10014 (Repeal of Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund) of the Act.Submitted
26Version 3Fitzpatrick (PA)RepublicanRevised Adds a section to prohibit energy exploration activities on any protected public land, including national parks, wildlife refuges, trails, conservation areas, monuments, and recreation areas Revision 1 makes a technical correction regarding national parks. Revision 2 clarifies the prohibition to be specifically for oil and gas exploration activities and for an oil or gas lease sale.Revised
27Version 1DelBene (WA), Larsen (WA), Smith (WA), Blumenauer (OR), Jayapal (WA), Kilmer (WA), Bonamici (OR), Gluesenkamp Perez (WA), Salinas (OR), Hoyle (OR), Strickland (WA), Schrier (WA)DemocratProhibits offshore leases for the exploration, development, or production of oil or natural gas in any tract located in the Washington/Oregon Planning Area.Submitted
28Version 1Eshoo (CA), Barragán (CA)DemocratStrikes Section 10015, which provides that refineries that use hydrofluoric acid cannot be required, under Risk Management Program regulations, to perform an assessment of safer technology and alternative risk management measures with respect to the use of hydrofluoric acid in alkylation unit.Submitted
29Version 1Murphy (NC), Rouzer (NC)RepublicanLimits funding for the NOAA North Atlantic right whale vessel strike reduction rule.Submitted
30Version 1González-Colón (PR)RepublicanWithdrawn Allows the Residential Clean Energy Credit to be applied as a refundable credit to homeowners in territories, letting them participate directly or through their equipment installer, in a manner arranged through agreement between US Treasury and Territorial Treasury.Withdrawn
31Version 1Goldman (NY)DemocratAmends the effective date of the Act to clarify that the Act shall take effect when the Environmental Protection Agency certifies to Congress that the implementation of the Act will not result in any negative effects on coastal resiliency, pollution levels, coastal communities, or the ability of the United States to implement recommendations under the Justice 40 Initiative as well as meet the Paris Climate Accord targets.Submitted
32Version 1Connolly (VA)DemocratStrikes section 10014, repealing the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund.Submitted
33Version 2Pressley (MA)DemocratRevised Requires the Secretary of Energy to submit a report on the status of offshore wind energy production in the United States.Revised
34Version 2Cuellar (TX)DemocratRevised Requires the Department of Energy to issue a report regarding the feasibility of establishing a United States-Mexico Electricity Exchange Initiative to promote the interconnection of electric transmission facilities between the southern border States and Mexico.Revised
35Version 1Graves (LA), Carl (AL), Ezell (MS), Crenshaw (TX)RepublicanProvides regulatory certainty by explicitly authorizing the common practice of NPDES general permits and providing for continuances during times of administrative delay.Made in Order
36Version 1Miller (WV), Smucker (PA), Newhouse (WA), Kelly (PA), Higgins (LA), Rouzer (NC), Wilson (SC), Thompson (PA), Reschenthaler (PA), Perry (PA), Meuser (PA), Mooney (WV), Radewagen (AS), Gosar (AZ), Self (TX), Carey (OH), Boebert (CO), Arrington (TX), Zinke (MT)RepublicanEnds radical and biased judicial reviews for energy projects that have already successfully completed extensive reviews and permitting.Submitted
37Version 1Kamlager-Dove (CA)DemocratRequires that environmental reviews for oil and gas leases and permits prepared pursuant to NEPA must include an analysis of impacts to community health and safety.Submitted
38Version 1Correa (CA)DemocratExpresses the sense of Congress that any funding or resources dedicated in connection with the bill to support the United States oil and gas industry have an equal amount put forth towards research and development activities relating to renewable energySubmitted
39Version 1Porter (CA)DemocratRequires updated regulations to require that, prior to surface disturbing activities under the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act or the Mineral Leasing Act, there be established an adequate bond or other financial assurance sufficient to cover reclamation costs and prevent the need for public funds to reclaim an oil or gas well that has been orphaned, abandoned, or idled.Submitted
40Version 1Levin (CA)DemocratAuthorizes an extension to the deadline for completing an environmental impact statement or environmental assessment if extending a public comment period or gathering further community input would improve project results or efficiency.Submitted
41Version 1Levin (CA)DemocratStrikes Title V of Division B, to prevent the bill from repealing the Inflation Reduction Act's reforms to the oil and gas leasing program.Made in Order
42Version 1Levin (CA)DemocratSpecifies that Division B shall not take effect until the Council on Environmental Quality, in consultation with affected Federal agencies, certifies that all agencies have the funding and staffing capacity to meet the Division's new timelines for environmental review without reducing the quality of such review.Made in Order
43Version 1Levin (CA)DemocratProhibits the Secretary of the Interior from issuing any lease for the exploration, development, or production of oil or natural gas in any tract located in the Southern California Planning Area.Submitted
44Version 1Grijalva (AZ)DemocratAmends section 20113 of the bill, which bans the Communist Party of China and its agents from acquiring interests with respect to lands federally leased for oil or gas, to also ban the CCP and its agents from the right to use, occupy, and conduct operations on Federal land as a mining claimant.Submitted
45Version 1Panetta (CA)DemocratProhibits the Secretary of the Interior from issuing any lease for the exploration, development, or production of oil or natural gas in any tract located in the Central California Planning Area.Submitted
46Version 2Sorensen (IL)DemocratRevised Provides that Section 10007 shall not go into effect until the Secretary of Energy certifies that increased LNG exports will not increase domestic natural gas prices.Revised
47Version 1Stansbury (NM)DemocratStrikes the bill's codification of former President Trump's NEPA implementing regulations.Submitted
48Version 1Stansbury (NM)DemocratStrikes section 20307 of the bill, which would allow staking a mining claim on public lands even without a valuable mineral deposit.Submitted
49Version 1Jacobs (CA)DemocratStrikes section 20108 of the bill, which would mandate the inclusion of two Gulf of Mexico leases sales in the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act five-year plan.Submitted
50Version 1Lee (NV)DemocratEliminates the bill's requirement that the Bureau of Land Management hold unnecessary "replacement sales" of onshore oil and gas leases when a sale has been canceled, delayed, or deferred solely due to a a lack of eligible parcels.Submitted
51Version 1Huffman (CA)DemocratProhibits the Secretary of the Interior from issuing any lease for the exploration, development, or production of oil or natural gas in any tract located in the Northern California Planning Area.Submitted
52Version 1Escobar (TX)DemocratStrikes Section 20103, which requires the Secretary of Interior to resolve any protest to a lease sale within 60 days.Made in Order
53Version 1Escobar (TX)DemocratStrikes Section 20105, which would require those who submit a protest to a lease sale to pay a processing fee.Submitted
54Version 1Huffman (CA)DemocratStrikes section 20210 of the bill, which would authorize geological and geophysical seismic surveys for oil and gas activities in the OCS of the Gulf of Mexico within 30 days of a completed survey application and which would, with narrow exceptions for some mitigation and monitoring, exempt such surveys from the Marine Mammal Protection Act and the Endangered Species Act.Submitted
55Version 5Crenshaw (TX), Pfluger (TX)RepublicanRevised Amends the Safe Drinking Water Act to clarify the requisite timeline for making a decision on the approval or disapproval of a State underground injection control program, and for other purposes.Made in Order
56Version 1Perry (PA)RepublicanProhibits the Delaware River Basin Commission, Susquehanna River Basin Commission, and the Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin from finalizing, implementing, or enforcing any regulations relating to hydraulic fracturing other than those issued by the State in which the regulation is to be implemented or enforced.Made in Order
57Version 1Barragán (CA)DemocratPrevents "eligible lands" subject to leasing under the Act from including any Federal land that has a boundary within 3,200 feet of a residence, school, or hospital.Submitted
58Version 1Grijalva (AZ)DemocratRequires that NEPA reviews be accompanied by federal consultation with Indian tribes (including Native Alaskan and Native Hawaiian communities), following the procedures of President Biden's Memorandum of Uniform Standards for Tribal Consultation.Submitted
59Version 1Pettersen (CO)DemocratStrikes Colorado from a list mandating the Secretary of the Interior to conduct quarterly lease sales.Submitted
60Version 1Barragán (CA)DemocratStrikes Section 10008 (e) in the Act, which eliminates state Clean Water Act permitting authority for natural gas pipelines.Submitted
61Version 1Grijalva (AZ)DemocratProhibits oil and gas leasing and mining activities that would impair the land or resources of protected public lands, such as National Parks, National Wildlife Refuges, and National Wild and Scenic Rivers.Submitted
62Version 1Grijalva (AZ)DemocratChanges the short title of the bill to the "Polluters Over People Act".Submitted
63Version 1Castor (FL)DemocratProhibits the Secretary of the Interior from issuing any lease for the exploration, development, or production of oil or natural gas in any tract located in the South Atlantic Planning Area, the Straits of Florida Planning Area, or in any area of the Eastern Gulf of Mexico that is referred to in section 104(a) of the Gulf of Mexico Energy Security Act of 2006.Submitted
64Version 1Scott (VA), McClellan (VA)DemocratRequires that Federal agencies continue to consider the impacts of climate change on proposed projects undergoing environmental review pursuant to NEPA and its implementing regulations.Submitted
65Version 1Ross (NC), Scott (VA)DemocratProhibits the Secretary of the Interior from issuing a lease for the exploration, development, or production of oil or natural gas in the Mid-Atlantic Planning Area.Submitted
66Version 1Huffman (CA)DemocratStates that nothing within Division C, or the amendments made by this division, shall be construed to affect any Tribal rights or authorities under the Federal Water Pollution Control Act, including any review by a Tribal Government of a discharge or activity under a Federal permit in order to protect treaty rights, including water rights, fishing rights, and cultural resources.Submitted
67Version 1Jackson Lee (TX)DemocratAmends section 10007 to reinstate the requirement that LNG exports to China, Russia, North Korea, Iran, and Syria be approved by the Department of Energy to be in the public interest.Submitted
68Version 1Stanton (AZ)DemocratReauthorizes the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant Program to provide $3.5 billion annually from fiscal year 2024-2028 and modifies the program to allow funds to be used to deploy infrastructure for delivering alternative fuels.Submitted
69Version 1Takano (CA)DemocratStrikes section 10008(g)(2), which requires that Federal and State agencies accept data gathered by aerial or other remote means.Submitted
70Version 2Leger Fernández (NM)DemocratRevised Requires each local unit of the Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, and Forest Service to develop a plan to disseminate and advertise open civil service positions with functions relating to permitting and natural resources in their offices. Each plan shall include outreach to local high schools, community colleges, institutions of higher education, and any other relevant institutions.Made in Order
71Version 1Jackson (TX), Self (TX)RepublicanRequires the EPA, in consultation with the DOE, to submit a report to Congress identifying and assessing existing regulations that have negatively affected domestic energy independence and increased energy cost for Americans.Made in Order
72Version 1Gluesenkamp Perez (WA)DemocratDirects the Department of Energy to complete a study on how this bill would impact consumers within 120 days of enactment and stipulates that bill does not go into effect until that study is complete.Submitted
73Version 1Gluesenkamp Perez (WA)DemocratProhibits offshore leases for the exploration, development, or production of oil or natural gas in any tract located in the Washington/Oregon Planning Area if such leasing adversely impacts coastal fisheries.Submitted
74Version 1Gluesenkamp Perez (WA)DemocratRequires the US Army Corps of Engineers and the Department of Commerce to determine staffing needs for any permitting programs required in this bill and report them to Congress annually.Submitted
75Version 1DeGette (CO)DemocratRestricts usage of eminent domain for natural gas pipelines to those pipelines that FERC finds that using eminent domain would be in the public interest.Submitted
76Version 1Gluesenkamp Perez (WA)DemocratRequires the Department of the Interior, Department of Agriculture, US Army Corps of Engineers, and Department of Commerce to determine technological needs for permitting programs and report them to Congress annually.Made in Order
77Version 1DeGette (CO)DemocratRequires an environmental review for an oil and gas lease or permit prepared pursuant to the requirements of NEPA to include an analysis of methane emissions and a plan for eliminating methane emissions from the proposed action.Submitted
78Version 1Kuster (NH)DemocratClarifies that the Department of Energy (DOE) shall not deem the export of liquified natural gas (LNG) to the People's Republic of China (PRC) in the public interest unless the DOE and Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) jointly certify that LNG exports from the U.S. to the PRC will not increase U.S. natural gas prices.Submitted
79Version 2Buchanan (FL)RepublicanRevised Prohibits offshore oil and gas drilling, and any associated activities, off the entire coast of Florida through June 30, 2032.Revised
80Version 1Landsman (OH)DemocratStrikes section 10014 (relating to repeal of greenhouse gas reduction fund).Submitted
81Version 1Perry (PA)RepublicanWithdrawn Adds to the underlying prohibition on foreign bad actors (sec. 20309) a debarment for subcontractors of foreign parent companies who perpetuate human rights violations.Withdrawn
82Version 1Pappas (NH)DemocratGives states the authority for FY23 and FY24 to raise LIHEAP eligibility to 75% of state median income.Submitted
83Version 1Pettersen (CO)DemocratRequires the Secretary of Agriculture, acting through the Chief of the Forest Service, to fill vacancies and create additional staffing positions.Submitted
84Version 2Donalds (FL), Self (TX)RepublicanRevised Requires a report on the current status of American uranium, how America's uranium compares to the global supply of uranium in terms of quantity and quality, etc.Made in Order
85Version 1Plaskett (VI), Sablan (MP)DemocratAllows revenues from covered offshore wind project leasing on federal waters adjacent to U.S. territories to be deposited into the Coral Reef Conservation Fund.Submitted
86Version 1Scanlon (PA)DemocratRevises Section 10015, which restricts the Administration from creating regulations that would require stationary sources to assess their use of Hydrofluoric Acid (HF), to create an exception for stationary sources that have experienced an actual or threatened release of HF or that have been in violation of the Clean Air Act in the last 10 years.Submitted
87Version 3Perry (PA)RepublicanRevised Adds a prohibition to sec. 20209 on contributions from CCP entities.Made in Order
88Version 1Perry (PA)RepublicanWithdrawn Adds to sec. 20113 a prohibition on entities acting on behalf of the CCP.Withdrawn
89Version 1Pappas (NH)DemocratRequires the Department of Energy to fully assess the effectiveness of the two existing Northeast petroleum product reserves and report to Congress on what steps should be taken to improve them.Submitted
90Version 1Perry (PA)RepublicanAdds a reporting requirement to sec. 20209 on non-Federal entities.Made in Order
91Version 1Pappas (NH), Levin (CA)DemocratEstablishes a new Transportation Fuel Monitoring and Enforcement Unit at the FTC devoted to protecting the public interest by continuously and comprehensively monitoring and analyzing crude oil, gasoline, diesel, home heating oil, and other petroleum distillate markets in order to facilitate transparent and competitive market practices.Submitted
92Version 1Thompson (PA)RepublicanWithdrawn Strips the provision within the Energy Policy Act of 1992 which directed the U.S. Forest Service to write new oil and gas regulations for the Allegheny National Forest.Withdrawn
93Version 1Ogles (TN)RepublicanBars a mining claimant from the right to use, occupy, and conduct operations on Federal land if the Secretary of the Interior finds the claimant has a foreign parent company that has (including through a subsidiary) a known record of human rights violations; knowingly operated an illegal mine in another country; or is based in China.Submitted
94Version 1McGovern (MA)DemocratStrikes provisions that would grant blanket immunity to critical energy resource facilities for violations of federal or state environmental laws. Clarifies that this act does not limit a state’s authority to hold entities liable for civil or criminal violations of state environmental laws.Submitted
95Version 1McGovern (MA)DemocratProhibits the section limiting environmental reviews for oil and gas leases from taking effect until the Secretary of the Interior, in consultation with the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, the Secretary of Energy, the Secretary of Agriculture, and the Chair of the Council on Environmental Quality, reports to Congress on the indirect, downstream effects of oil and gas consumption.Submitted
96Version 1James (MI)RepublicanCreates a national strategy for America to re-shore mineral supply chains and challenge the CCP.Made in Order
97Version 2Ogles (TN)RepublicanRevised Expresses the Sense of Congress that the royalty rate for onshore Federal oil and gas leases be 12.5%.Made in Order
98Version 1Leger Fernández (NM)DemocratAmends Section 20306 to provide the relevant Secretary discretion to not allow mining exploration activities on federal lands to proceed if the Secretary determines such activity may have a reasonably foreseeable negative impact to an agricultural producer, small business, local community, or Tribe.Submitted
99Version 1Hern (OK)RepublicanExpresses the sense of Congress disapproving of the proposed tax hikes on the oil and natural gas industry in the presidents fiscal year 2024 budget requestMade in Order
100Version 1McGovern (MA)DemocratProhibits the section making changes to National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 regulations from taking effect until the President certifies that the proposed changes would not limit opportunities for public participation in environmental reviews.Submitted
101Version 2Ogles (TN)RepublicanRevised Prohibits congressional funding, excluding emergency appropriations, to the Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) and to the Office of Environmental Quality from exceeding the FY 2022 level.Revised
102Version 1Ocasio-Cortez (NY)DemocratPrevents oil and gas companies that have been found responsible for chemical spills or environmental disasters in the past 20 years from accessing reduced royalty rates.Submitted
103Version 2Roy (TX), Self (TX)RepublicanRevised Directs FERC to withdraw its policy statements titled "Certification of New Interstate Natural Gas Facilities’’ (87 Fed. Reg. 11548) and "Consideration of Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Natural Gas Infrastructure Project Reviews’’ (87 Fed. Reg. 14104).Made in Order
104Version 1Wild (PA)DemocratRestores mandatory consultations with and approval by the Departments of State and Defense for cross-border natural gas, oil, and petroleum product pipelines and electricity transmission lines.Submitted
105Version 2Leger Fernández (NM)DemocratRevised Prevents the Act from taking effect until the Secretary of Energy and the Secretary of the Interior certify that it would lower costs for American consumers and taxpayers.Revised
106Version 1Ocasio-Cortez (NY)DemocratRequires a GAO report on tax breaks and subsidies for oil and gas and mining companies operating on federal land, and recommendations for adjusting federal royalty rates for oil and gas, and federal royalties for mining.Submitted
107Version 1Landsman (OH)DemocratRequires that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission finalize its proposed rule relating to Building for the Future Through Electric Regional Transmission Planning and Cost Allocation and Generator Interconnection within 180 days of enactment of this Act.Submitted
108Version 1Sarbanes (MD), Scott (VA)DemocratSpecifies that this Act would not impact state authority to implement a state approved Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) for an impaired waterway.Submitted
109Version 1Pallone (NJ), Pingree (ME)DemocratProhibits the Secretary of the Interior from issuing any lease for the exploration, development, or production of oil or natural gas in any tract located in the North Atlantic Planning Area.Submitted
110Version 1Barr (KY)RepublicanAmends the FAST Act to expand eligibility for FAST 41 permitting for projects related to the extraction, recovery, or processing of critical minerals, rare-earth elements, microfine carbon, or carbon from coal, coal waste, coal processing waste, pre- or post-combustion coal byproducts, or acid mine drainage from coal mines.Made in Order
111Version 1Connolly (VA)DemocratProhibits offshore drilling off the coast of VirginiaSubmitted
112Version 1Tonko (NY)DemocratAmends Section 10012 to prohibit PFAS chemicals from being determined to be a “critical energy resource."Submitted
113Version 1Jackson Lee (TX)DemocratPreserves the right to file lawsuits to enforce environmental and public health laws if the claims relate to the protection of overburdened environmental justice communities.Submitted
114Version 1Palmer (AL), Lesko (AZ)RepublicanProhibits the Secretary of Energy from implementing its proposed rule regarding gas stoves, or any other rule that would limit consumer access to gas stoves.Made in Order
115Version 1Pascrell (NJ), Tonko (NY), Magaziner (RI), Nadler (NY), Payne, Jr. (NJ), Scott (VA)DemocratExpresses the sense of Congress that to achieve geopolitical energy leadership and secure American energy independence, Congress is committed to supporting offshore wind, which will spur $12 billion per year in private investment in offshore wind projects that will improve American supply chains, especially in California, Connecticut, the District of Columbia, Florida, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, and Wisconsin.Submitted
116Version 3Donalds (FL)RepublicanRevised Requires a study on streamlining the regulatory approval timeline by examining certain licensing/permitting processes for other sources of energy under the jurisdiction of the Department of EnergyMade in Order
117Version 1Stansbury (NM)DemocratWithdrawn Strikes the bill and replaces with alternate language.Withdrawn
118Version 1Sykes (OH), Napolitano (CA)DemocratLate Allows states to approve or disapprove permits based off of a project's impact on drinking water quality.Submitted
119Version 1Donalds (FL)RepublicanLate Withdrawn Requires the EPA to review a memo from 2012 relating to EPA's processing goal of 10 months for PSD permits.Withdrawn
120Version 1Salinas (OR)DemocratLate Strikes section 10014, repealing the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund.Submitted
121Version 1Mann (KS)RepublicanLate Requires notice of executive orders related to energy.Submitted
122Version 1Mann (KS)RepublicanLate Withdrawn Authorizes the Keystone pipeline.Withdrawn
123Version 1Mann (KS)RepublicanLate Withdrawn Prohibits the importation of Russian petroleum products.Withdrawn
124Version 3Moran (TX), Graves (LA)RepublicanLate Revised Requires offshore lease sales in the Gulf of Mexico to maintain the lease sale terms, economic conditions, and stipulations as promulgated in Lease Sale 257.Revised
125Version 1Perry (PA)RepublicanLate Repeals the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management's Renewable Energy Program.Submitted
126Version 1Magaziner (RI), Pascrell (NJ)DemocratLate Establishes a special advisor on offshore wind energy within the Executive Office of the President.Submitted
127Version 1Boebert (CO)RepublicanLate Shortens the timetable to file a petition for judicial review of a permit, license, or approval of a major infrastructure project, such as a highway or public transit project, from 150 days to 90 days.Made in Order
128Version 1Boebert (CO)RepublicanLate Adds a Sense of Congress expressing disapproval of the denial of Jordan Cove Project permits.Made in Order
129Version 1LaMalfa (CA)RepublicanLate Establishes a pilot program allowing the Secretary of the Interior to authorize States to use their own environmental laws in substitution of regulations or requirements of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and related regulations or Executive orders.Submitted
130Version 1LaMalfa (CA)RepublicanLate Allows wildfire mitigation activities within 300 feet of a road on Federal lands to be carried out without regard to NEPA or ESA requirements.Made in Order
131Version 1Gaetz (FL)RepublicanLate Withdrawn Revises section 104(a) of the Gulf of Mexico Energy Security Act of 2006 to extend the moratorium on oil and gas leasing in certain areas of the Gulf of Mexico through June 30, 2032, and places wind leasing under the moratorium.Withdrawn
132Version 1Perry (PA)RepublicanLate Repeals the Renewable Fuel Program.Submitted
133Version 1Perry (PA)RepublicanLate Repeals section 115 of the Clean Air Act.Made in Order
134Version 1Perry (PA)RepublicanLate Repeals the Corporate Average Fuel Economy Standards.Submitted
135Version 1Perry (PA)RepublicanLate Requires a declaration of war to exercise the authorities under the Defense Production Act.Submitted
136Version 1Perry (PA), Roy (TX)RepublicanLate Repeals certain tax credits related to energy.Submitted
137Version 1Perry (PA)RepublicanLate Adds to the bill the text of the American LNG First Act (H.R. 7171, 117th Congress).Submitted
138Version 1Perry (PA)RepublicanLate Adds to sec. 20305 an exception for certain actions under the Defense Production Act.Made in Order
139Version 1Gaetz (FL)RepublicanLate Withdrawn Requires the Secretary of Commerce, the Secretary of the Interior, and the Secretary of Defense to begin the process under section 101(f)(1) of the Marine Mammal Protection Act of 1972 to exempt from the requirements of that act training and testing activities conducted by the Secretary of the Air Force on the Eglin Gulf Test and Training Range that may result in incidental take of the Rice's whale.Withdrawn
140Version 1LaMalfa (CA)RepublicanLate Expands the definition of "hazard trees" identified and removed along electric power lines as part of a utility's vegetation management plan to trees within 50 feet, from 10 feet. Such plans will also be automatically approved after 60 days.Made in Order
141Version 2Perry (PA)RepublicanLate Revised Conditions activity authorized by the section 20305 pursuant to the Defense Production Act of 1950.Revised
142Version 1Porter (CA)DemocratLate Raises the onshore oil and gas royalty rates from 16 2/3% to 18.75%Submitted
143Version 1Porter (CA)DemocratLate Repeals section 116 of the Federal Oil and Gas Royalty Management Act, which prohibits the Secretary from imposing assessments on payors who repeatedly submit erroneous royalty reports.Submitted
144Version 1Porter (CA)DemocratLate Prohibits project sponsors from preparing their own environmental review if they have spent funds lobbying to influence an executive branch official who is responsible for the project.Submitted
146Version 1Schiff (CA)DemocratLate Strikes section 10005.Made in Order
147Version 1Schiff (CA)DemocratLate Directs the Secretary of Energy to create a task force that would work with frontline communities to examine the environmental and public health impacts of petrochemical refineries, including local, global, and cumulative impacts. Requires the task force to research alternative options for energy security and offer recommendations to improve energy security in the United States.Submitted
148Version 1Schneider (IL)DemocratLate Amends Sec. 20107. Offshore oil and gas leasing to add the prohibition of oil/gas exploration, development and drilling in the Great Lakes.Submitted
149Version 1Schneider (IL)DemocratLate Adds a Sense of Congress stating: It is the Sense of Congress that, in light of the Great Lakes serving as a major source of safe drinking water for 30,000,000 people and a critical economic driver for the entire region, the federal government should not allow the exploration, development, or production of oil or natural gas in the Great Lakes.Submitted
150Version 1Arrington (TX), Miller (WV)RepublicanLate Adds findings and a sense of Congress that the United States has economic, national security, and domestic interests in the exportation of domestic liquified natural gas to global markets in a way that benefits the energy security of allies and partners in light of global threats and challenges;Submitted
151Version 1Arrington (TX), Miller (WV)RepublicanLate Adds a sense of Congress expressing disapproval of presidential guidance preventing the support of international fossil fuel financing. Disapproves of Presidential guidance opposing international financing for fossil-fuel based energy projects by multilateral development banks.Submitted
152Version 1Smith (NJ)RepublicanLate Requires a Government Accountability Office study of sufficiency of the environmental review process for offshore wind.Made in Order
153Version 1Luna (FL)RepublicanLate Requires GAO to publish a report on the impact of wind energy, including the adverse effects of wind energy on military readiness, marine environment, and tourism, before the Secretary of the Interior can publish or hold a lease sale for energy development in the Eastern Gulf of Mexico Planning Area, the South Atlantic Planning Area, or the Straits of Florida Planning Area.Made in Order
154Version 1Westerman (AR)RepublicanMANAGER’S AMENDMENT Late Adds a 9-year sunset to title VI of division B.Considered as Adopted
155Version 1Caraveo (CO)DemocratLate Establishes a program through the Department of the Interior to plug, remediate, and reclaim orphaned wells resulting from any leases issued under section 20101.Submitted
156Version 1Donalds (FL)RepublicanLate Requires a study relating to the current status of backup diesel generators at federal facilities and how these backup generators impact America's domestic energy security and national security overall.Submitted
157Version 1Molinaro (NY)RepublicanLate Requires a GAO study on the impacts of estimated billing on electric utility bills.Submitted
158Version 1Van Drew (NJ)RepublicanLate Prohibits the leasing of areas in the North Atlantic Planning Area for oil, gas, and offshore wind related activity.Submitted
159Version 1Van Drew (NJ)RepublicanLate Establishes a sense of Congress that Atlantic coast offshore wind leases need further investigations of their true impacts, and that their should be an immediate moratorium on leasing and construction until those findings are presented to Congress.Submitted
160Version 1Van Drew (NJ)RepublicanLate Strikes Sec. 20602 from the bill.Submitted
161Version 1Issa (CA)RepublicanLate Prohibits the Department of Energy from implementing the proposed rule, "Energy Conservation Program: Energy Conservation Standards for Consumer Conventional Cooking Products."Submitted
162Version 1Jackson Lee (TX)DemocratLate Withdrawn Adds a provision pertaining to claims as it relates to the protection of overburdened environmental justice communities.Withdrawn
163Version 1Molinaro (NY)RepublicanLate Requires a GAO study on how banning natural gas appliances will affect the rates and charges for electricity.Made in Order
164Version 1Santos (NY)RepublicanLate Expands conditions on the restriction of export of crude oil or other petroleum products.Submitted
165Version 1Gottheimer (NJ)DemocratLate Prevents companies owned or contracting with countries subject to U.S. sanctions from financially benefiting from the export of crude oil or other petroleum products.Submitted
166Version 1Ogles (TN)RepublicanLate Provides that any entity subject to the jurisdiction of the Government of the People’s Republic of China, or any entity that is owned by the Government of the People’s Republic of China may not acquire any interest with respect to lands leased for oil or gas under the Mineral Leasing Act, the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act, and may not acquire claims subject to the General Mining Law of 1872.Made in Order
167Version 1Luna (FL)Republicanwind infrastructure, including turbines, are imported in large quantities from other countries including countries that are national security threats, such as the Government of the People’s Republic of China.Made in Order
168Version 1Omar (MN)DemocratLate Directs the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency to award grants for projects that are consistent with zero-waste practices.Submitted
169Version 1Omar (MN)DemocratLate Strikes all after the enacting clause and inserts the End Polluter Welfare ActSubmitted
170Version 1Omar (MN)DemocratLate Expresses a sense of Congress that the Task Force on Displacement created under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change’s 21st Conference of Parties in Paris, France, adopted on December 12, 2015, (‘‘Paris Agreement’’) is an important aspect of the implementation of such Agreement by examining the impact of climate change on displacement and the global refugee crisis.Submitted
171Version 1Omar (MN)DemocratLate Expresses a sense of Congress that climate change is exacerbating the global refugee crisis.Submitted
172Version 1Fitzpatrick (PA)RepublicanLate Establishes a sense of Congress that United States citizens have a right to clean air, clean water, and the conservation of the natural, scenic, historic, and esthetic values of the environment.Submitted
173Version 1Van Drew (NJ)RepublicanLate Requires the Government Accountability Office to publish a report on all potential adverse effects of wind energy development in the North Atlantic Planning Area.Made in Order