As President Obama recently said, he may not be on the ballot this year but his policies are. That was certainly apparent in campaign debates across the country last night, as Democratic candidates worked to distance themselves from the president by voicing their strong support for Keystone XL. As Politico reported this morning, Senator Kay […]
Paul Brandus’ Market Watch column is unconvincing. Imports of Canadian oil sands have hit a “record high,” which has helped to prevent price increases during times of unrest in other oil producing countries. That’s why national security advisors have called on President Obama to approve Keystone XL. A recent column in Market Watch by Paul […]
– Willie Nelson and Neil Young, part of a long contingent of anti-Keystone XL eco-celebrities, will perform in a concert to benefit Bold Nebraska this weekend. – Meanwhile Keystone XL enjoys overwhelming support across the country as families are hoping for the jobs, energy security and economic benefits the pipeline would create. – Keystone XL […]
OSFC Rapid Response on Obama’s Keystone XL Announcement Not To Approve Keystone XL Unless Determined First It Will Not Lead to net Increase of GHG Emissions Update (3:49 P.M., ET, 6/25/2013): As expected, President Obama did mention the Keystone XL pipeline during his speech today, saying that a finding would be required to ensure the […]
WATCH: API’s Schild Discusses Administration’s Latest Moves on Climate and Pipeline Watch Video Here (Subscription Required) Ahead of President Obama’s rollout of his administration’s new climate plan, Cindy Schild, Senior refining and oil sands manager at the American Petroleum Institute (API) spoke with E&E’s Monica Trauzzi in an OnPoint interview today to discuss the Obama […]
– Without the facts on their side, Keystone XL opponents are resorting to intense, aggressive political pressure campaigns.
– Meanwhile the facts are clear:
Keystone XL is environmentally sound and a safe means to transport Canadian energy resources;
It will create thousands of American jobs;
It will help the United States achieve energy security; and,
If Keystone XL isn’t built, Canada will still develop its oil sands and oil sands will find another way to the Gulf coast.