Rick Perry rejoins pipeline company
Former Energy Secretary Rick PerryRick PerryRick Perry rejoins pipeline company God did not elect Trump, people did Is Joe Biden the Democrats’ Mitt Romney of 2020? MORE was appointed to the board of the general partner that controls pipeline company Energy Transfer LP following his exit from the Trump administration.
Perry was appointed as a director of LE GP LLC, the general partner of the company Energy Transfer, on Jan. 1, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing.
The filing says that Perry will be eligible for “cash compensation” for his work on the board.
He previously sat on the board of Energy Transfer until the end of 2016, according to ethics paperwork.
Perry left the Energy Department last month and has been replaced by Dan Brouillette. President TrumpDonald John TrumpBiden rips Trump tweets on Iran: ‘Incredibly dangerous and irresponsible’ Swalwell pens op-ed comparing Trump impeachment to XYZ Affair Rockets fired near Green Zone after day of mourning for Soleimani MORE announced that Perry would depart from his administration in October as Perry’s dealings with Ukraine were facing scrutiny in the House’s impeachment inquiry into the president.
Energy Transfer is known for building pipelines, including the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline, which was protested by Native American groups and others.
Perry has also served as governor of Texas and ran unsuccessfully for the Republican presidential nomination in 2016 and 2012.
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