– 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 […]
– A Bloomberg editor published its top “top ten funniest moments” in the Keystone XL delay, which aren’t very humorous and contain a number of errors. – OSFC is posting its top ten corrections to Bloomberg’s misinformation. – For the overwhelming number of Americans who want the jobs, economic growth and energy security of the […]
Oil Sands Fact Check Report Ever since the State Department released its Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (SEIS) in March finding that Keystone XL will not significantly increase greenhouse emissions because Canada will still develop its oil sands, Keystone XL opponents have attempted to utilize everything in their playbook to try and undermine the report. […]
Billionaire Keystone XL opponent Tom Steyer, along with the group Consumer Watchdog, attempted a tough sell today, again rolling out the previously debunked claim that Keystone XL will raise the price of gas at the pump. As their report puts it: “U.S. drivers would be forced to pay higher prices for tar sands oil, particularly […]
As you get ready for the Fourth of July holiday, you may have missed several new editorials supporting the Keystone XL pipeline. Over the past few weeks, editorial boards from Chicago to Billings, Montana have responded to President Obama’s declaration that the approval of Keystone XL hinges on a finding that the pipeline will not […]
– 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.