New OSFC Infographic Highlights Major American Projects Built within Five Years [Click on the infographic to enlarge] Five years ago today, TransCanada submitted its application to build the full Keystone XL pipeline. Normally anniversaries are a cause for celebration, but this is an anniversary that marks the delay of major benefits to the American people: […]
Five Year Anniversary: List of Reasons to Build Keystone XL is “Now Nearly as Long as the Pipeline Itself”
Keystone XL opponents are at it again; they’re recycling tired, debunked material in an effort to further delay a decision on the Keystone XL pipeline. In their latest stunt, just a day before President Obama announced that he won’t approve Keystone XL unless the State Department finds that it will not significantly increase greenhouse gas […]
– 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.
A few weeks ago, OSFC noted that Keystone XL opponents – faced with overwhelming support for Keystone XL from Democrats and Republicans in Congress and the American public – have been desperately grasping at straws. That’s exactly what happened on Friday night when Keystone XL opponents “cheered” the news that British Columbia had urged Canadian […]
If you’ve been following the recent Keystone XL coverage inside the beltway, you probably couldn’t help but notice the latest sensationalist arguments being peddled by Keystone XL opponents and propped up by a few in the press. As one outrageous claim follows another, it’s pretty clear that this opposition operation has been throwing spaghetti against […]
“Life is defined by significant events, significant people and significant organizations. And brothers and sisters, today is just that – a group of significant people that have banded together, that came here today to fight for jobs.” – Terry O’Sullivan, President of Labors International Union of North America (LIUNA) A new Oil Sands Fact Check […]