One year after gaining presidential approval, the Gulf Coast Project demonstrates the economic potential of a full Keystone XL line Economic growth and job creation are well underway in Oklahoma and Texas one year after President Obama promised to give the support of the administration for the southern leg of the Keystone XL pipeline, known [...]
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Similarities between the State Department’s 2013 and 2011 environmental review docs portend early spring for Keystone XL, and long winter for pipeline opponents Top line points: The Canadian oil sands will be developed regardless of whether Keystone XL is built or not. Keystone XL will have no impact on climate change because Canada’s oil sands [...]
FACT: Oil sands development linked to the Keystone XL pipeline could support 117,000 new U.S. jobs by 2035. (CERI) View Infographic
FACT: For every $1 the U.S. invests in Canada, nearly 90 cents are returned to the U.S. (Statistics Canada & U.S. Census) View Infographic
The Keystone XL Pipeline will transport 830,000 barrels of North American oil per day, supporting economic growth for the United States along the way. Not only will it create jobs and state revenue, but it will also help maintain jobs and refining capacity here at home. View the infographic HERE.
In contrast to the majority of Americans who have time and time again expressed their support for the Keystone XL pipeline, fossil fuel opponent Bill McKibben of 350.org is taking his latest road show to Washington this week, and dragging his apocalyptic numbers on climate change with him. This particular stop for McKibben’s “Do the [...]