28 October 2011 0 Comments

Keystone XL Part 6: State Department Supports; Enviros Oppose – What Will the President Do?

Surprisingly, the State Department is a strong supporter of the Alberta to Gulf Coast Keystone XL. Not surprisingly, the Enviros oppose. President Obama will have to decide between these two key constituencies, tentatively, by end of 2011 Erich Pica, president of Friends of the Earth, right, speaks in front of Federal Court in Omaha, Neb., […]

27 October 2011 0 Comments

Keystone XL – Part 5: US Ambassador to Canada – Fox News – USAToday

Fox News has 2:35 minute video from August 17th, 2011 with good graphics and, as usual, information not available at main stream media which leans green.  $7 billion Keystone XL pipeline and 40% of domestic oil from a friendly country. Here is Fox News article of August 17th with more data. More energy in America […]

25 October 2011 0 Comments

Keystone XL Part 3: Mother Jones; Everything Wrong With Pipeline

What is the Keystone XL? The Canadian energy company TransCanada has asked for permission to build a 1,661-mile pipeline that would travel from Hardisty, Alberta, down to oil refineries in Houston and Port Arthur, Texas. It would supplement the existing Keystone pipeline, which went into operation last summer and can carry up to 435,000 barrels […]

24 October 2011 0 Comments

Keystone XL- Part 2: Canada Sand Oil is “Jobs Gusher”

Canada’s Oil Sands Are a Jobs Gusher Wall Street Journal September 12, 2011 Anastasia O’Grady and the Keystone XL Pipeline from Alberta to Gulf Coast is needed for America to benefit from lower cost of energy. TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline could mean 118,000 American jobs, if the U.S. government ever issues the permit.

22 September 2011 0 Comments

Obama Administration’s Energy Policy Part 2: Canada’s $7 Billion Private Keystone XL Pipeline

RedState’s Steve Maley, blogger reports: “Keystone owner TransCanada is willing to take on this massive construction project on its own dime (or rather, its own $7 billion). It needs permission from the U.S. EPA and the State Department, which has jurisdiction due to the international scope of the project. The pipeline should have been under […]