Keystone XL shovel ready six years and counting

Friday, September 19, 2014 marks the six year anniversary of TransCanada’s submission of its application to build the Keystone XL pipeline.  Ahead of that anniversary, Oil Sands Fact Check is releasing an infographic detailing the long history of President Obama’s delay on the pipeline. Keystone XL is as important today as it was six years […]

The U.S. is “Missing an Enormous Opportunity” for Energy Security

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie lit up Twitter this morning with his strong endorsement of Keystone XL and the energy security benefits the pipeline would bring.  As Governor Christie put it, “We are missing an enormous opportunity when we delay development of the Keystone XL pipeline. “Not only is Keystone a major job creator, delays […]

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Business/Labor Groups: Obama Keystone XL Delay Not Justified

Today, numerous business groups and unions – ranging from North America’s Building Trades Unions to the National Association of Manufacturers to the American Petroleum Institute –took aim at the president for further stalling the approval of the Keystone XL pipeline. In a letter, these forty-four groups said that the Obama administration’s latest delay tactic, purportedly due […]

OSFC OP-ED: Keystone XL means jobs and energy security for America (Illinois Business Journal)

Illinois Business Journal Keystone XL means jobs and energy security for America By Katie Brown This article originally appeared in the Illinois Business Journal   With a stroke of his pen, President Obama today can approve the Keystone XL pipeline, creating tens of thousands of good-paying American jobs and significantly strengthening our energy security – it’s that […]

New Study Finds Influx of Canadian Oil Sands Hasn’t Increased GHG Emissions Intensity

IHS CERA Finds: –          The United States has increased imports of Canadian oil sands by 75% from 2005 to 2012. –          Despite the influx of Canadian oil sands, “The GHG emissions rate for the average crude oil consumed in the United States was unchanged between 2005 and 2012.” –          “45% of US oil supply falls […]