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The Army Corps of Engineers issues permits for infrastructure projects after evaluating the impact on federally regulated waters and wetlands.
The Corps may accept funding to expedite the permit application review process for proposed projects with a public purpose.
Oil is one of Colombia's principal exports. The Cano Limon-Covenas oil pipeline transports almost 20 percent of Colombia's oil production. The pipeline originates in the Department of Arauca in northeast Colombia. It carries oil nearly 500 miles to the Caribbean port of Covenas.
Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO reviewed the Army's efforts to: (1) procure new methanol vehicles; (2) establish the reliability and durability of methanol vehicles in laboratory and fleet tests; and (3) resolve related support functions for the safe and efficient storage, distribution, and...