Nothing New about “New” Keystone XL GHG study

There’s nothing new in this “new report” on Keystone XL and greenhouse gas emissions – the same researchers released a draft of this study in December 2013. The State Department took that draft report into account (citing it in its Final Environmental Impact Statement) and still concluded that Keystone XL would have a negligible impact […]

The “New Evidence” On Why Obama Should Approve Keystone XL Now

While Americans today are enjoying the tremendous economic benefits of increased North American oil production, opponents of fossil fuels remain committed to their quest of keeping us dependent on sources of energy from unstable regions of the world. Today anti-Keystone XL activist groups such as Bold Nebraska, the Sierra Club and 350.org wrote yet another […]

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 […]

(Illinois Business Journal): Keystone XL means jobs and energy security for America

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 […]

Latest “Steyer-Sponsored Hit Job” Misses the Mark

With their climate case against Keystone XL in shambles, Keystone XL opponents desperately keep changing their message, hoping something will stick.  That was on full display today when billionaire anti-Keystone XL activist Tom Steyer, who is best known for his political stunts, was called out again by numerous news outlets after he released a report […]

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 […]