Tag Archives: Keystone XL

Political Climate Shifting Against the Oil and Gas Industry

The political and financial winds are moving in the wrong direction for the oil and gas industry, raising more "above ground" problems at a time that they can ill-afford it.

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Keystone Pipeline Veto: Politics or Real Policy?

A roundtable of energy experts weigh in on the significance of Obama’s veto — the economics, the politics and the environment — as well as what’s next.

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Keystone Pipeline Report May Not End the Debate

The U.S. State Department has released its final environmental analysis of the proposed Keystone XL tar sands oil pipeline, and many scientists and advocates who have spent years making the case that it would be an environmental disaster don’t much like the results—even though the department, for the first time, acknowledges that the project could worsen climate change.   Ultimately, however, the report …

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GOP Leaders Hold Debt Ceiling Hostage

  This article was published by the Center for American Progress Action On Wednesday (September 18), House leaders confirmed that they will not vote to increase the nation’s debt ceiling without an amendment to delay implementation of the Affordable Care Act by one year, a measure that faces certain defeat in the Senate and a veto threat from President Obama. The bill will …

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