On Thursday, members will vote on an amendment from Rep. Rush Holt (D-N.J.) requiring companies to use their oil lease land, or lose it, and another from Rep. Ed MarkeyEdward (Ed) John MarkeyHillicon Valley — Presented by Facebook — Federal court rules tech giants can censor content | Trump upends surveillance fight | Senate passes bill barring federal funds for Huawei equipment Democrats hit Facebook over gun sales on platform Kennedy, Markey neck-and-neck in Massachusetts primary: poll MORE (D-Mass.) to prohibit the export of oil or gas produced under the bill on federal lands, among others.

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In late Wednesday debate, members approved three amendments to the bill by voice vote, from:

David McKinleyDavid Bennett McKinleyMLB, Congress play hardball in fight over minor leagues Koch campaign touts bipartisan group behind ag labor immigration bill 'Minor league cities' need new federal partnership MORE (R-W.Va.), to require the consultation and input of the National Energy Technology Laboratory under the Transportation Fuels Regulatory Committee when analyzing the effect of EPA rules and regulations on gas prices.

• McKinley, to require that the analysis include matters that affect the growth, stability, and sustainability of the nation's oil and gas industries, particularly relating to that of other nations.

• Lee Terry (R-Neb.), to give the EPA the ability to waive certain fuel requirements in a geographic area, when there is a problem with distribution or delivery of fuel or fuel additives, for a period of 20 days, which could also be extended for another 20 days if the conditions exist.

Two others were rejected by voice vote, from:

• Jared Polis (D-Colo.), to ban hydraulic fracturing activities on federal land within 1,000 feet of a primary or secondary school.

• Mike Quigley (D-Ill.), to prohibit the Secretary of the Interior from conducting or authorizing any leasing, exploration, or development of oil and gas resources of the Outer Continental Shelf without additional environmental review.