Keystone XL Isn’t the Key, Centre for American Progress

Pipeline Project Won’t Improve Energy Independence By Kate Gordon and Daniel J. Weiss December 16, 2011, 9:00 am As Congress attempts to finish its 2011 work, the House leadership continues to push hard to speed up the permitting process for the Keystone XL pipeline. Today Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-OH) threatened to add a

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Just How Many Jobs Would The Keystone Pipeline Create? NPR

December 14, 2011, 4:43 PM ET | Heard on All Things Considered by Tamara Keith https://www.npr.org/player/embed/143719155/143727486 One of the major sticking points between the House and the Senate as they face off over end-of-year legislation is the controversial Keystone XL pipeline. The bill the House passed Tuesday contains a provision forcing President Obama to decide on

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Keystone XL: The Pipeline That Won’t Die, Rolling Stone ($)

You don’t kill off Big Oil’s pet project that easily. By JEFF GOODELL The zombie pipeline lives! You might think that the Obama administration’s decision last month to delay the construction of the $7 billion Keystone XL pipeline pending further review would have put an end to Big Oil’s pipeline dreams. After all, the whole

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EDITORIAL, Keystone Claptrap, New York Times ($)

December 12, 2011 The Keystone XL oil pipeline has become the House Republicans’ weapon of choice in their fight with President Obama over jobs and taxes. Mr. Obama has said he will not make a decision on the pipeline until 2013. The Republicans are insisting that he approve it now and have attached an amendment to

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Keystone XL Oil Pipeline: Today’s Most Explosive Environmental Debate, The Atlantic ($)

By Jordan Weissmann NOVEMBER 5, 2011 Canada wants to build a pipeline that would send oil to the U.S. Here’s why environmentalists the world over are dead-set on stopping it. Even if you don’t pay a whole lot of attention to the fine points of U.S. energy policy, there’s a good chance you’ve heard about the

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Keystone Pipeline debate heats up, Washington Post ($)

By Juliet Eilperin and Steven Mufson, November 5, 2011 Canadian ambassador Gary Doer has a straightforward analysis of whether TransCanada will win the Obama administration’s approval to build and operate an enormous pipeline to transport oil from Alberta to the Texas coast. “If it’s made on merit, we’re confident,” Doer said in an interview. “If it’s made on

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Keystone XL Oil Pipeline: A Symbolic Struggle Steeped In Fuzzy Math, Huffington Post

By Tom Zeller Jr. 11/04/2011 07:11am EDT | Updated December 6, 2017 At the end of September, the mayor of tiny Atkinson, Neb., sat calmly waiting for an invasion. David Frederick’s rural outpost of about 1,000 residents, set along the northeastern edge of Nebraska’s Sandhills, was about to see its population briefly swelled by a phalanx of U.S. State

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Proposed Oil Pipeline from Canada, Diane Rehm Show

Tuesday, Oct 18 2011 • 10 a.m. (ET) https://dianerehm.org/audio/#/shows/2011-10-18/proposed-oil-pipeline-canada/106061/@00:00 Pros and cons of a proposed pipeline to bring crude oil from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico. Understanding the stakes for the environment, the U.S. economy and the White House.  Guests Juliet Eilperin Environmental reporter, The Washington Post, and author of ” Demon Fish: Travels Through the Hidden

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