No good will come from Keystone pipeline
President Obama is facing a critical opportunity to take the country beyond its century-and-a-half reliance on oil.
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#1 Apr 19, 2013
Informative but drearily predictable. The companies involved have NO interest in providing jobs or lower prices. They are interested in their own profits (amounting to greed when they risk so much of the country to obtain a 'mess of potage').
I used to think that the Keystone XL was inevitable and possibly a decent cost vs benefit. This has opened my eyes. Better to ship the oil to China through BC(shorter route) or even ship it to Eastern Canada (where it will help lower prices and reduce dependency on US refined products). Both are shorter, less risky routes.
#2 Apr 20, 2013
WOW the above must have got religion .
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