Rep. Lee Terry of Nebraska makes a point Wednesday about the bill he sponsored o yank presidential authority for approving he construction of the Keystone XL pipeline. In statement after statement on the House floor Wednesday, Republicans...Show More Summary
Southern Maryland News Net A vote is scheduled in the House this week on Rep. Lee Terry’s (R-NE) bill (H.R. 3), which clears the roadblocks delaying Keystone XL — and more and more labor unions are coming out in full support of it.
Outside of being a hot-button environmental issue, TransCanada's Keystone XL is having a major impact on the depressed price of Canadian crude oil. In this video, Fool.com contributor Aimee Duffy takes a look at a handful of pipeline...Show More Summary
The GOP-dominated House has passed yet another bill to speed up approval of the Keystone XL pipeline -- but it'll never become law.
Rep. Lamar Smith is calling for "thoughtful" discussion of climate change, but his main thought is just that we should approve Keystone XL. Here's what he and other Republicans are missing.
In what will likely prove as meaningless a vote as the 37th repeal vote of Obamacare, on Wednesday night 241 members of the House of Representatives voted to approve the northern leg of the Keystone XL pipeline. H.R. 3 would give Congress the power to approve the pipeline and allow TransCanada to build the northern [...]
(WASHINGTON) — House Republicans pushed through a bill Wednesday to bypass the president to speed approval of the Keystone XL oil pipeline from Canada to Texas. Democrats criticized the legislation as a blatant attempt to allow a foreign company to avoid environmental review. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The House of Representatives approved a bill as expected on Wednesday declaring that a presidential permit was not needed to approve the Canada-to-Nebraska leg of the Keystone XL oil pipeline, a move that would take a decision on...
Organizing for Action, the president's advocacy group, should be doing more on climate change, activists say. Fighting Keystone XL would be a good start.
House lawmakers say they are in the dark about the DOJ-AP investigation. The House is expected to approve construction of part of the Keystone XL pipeline today. A fatal shooting in Orlando, Florida may be tied to the Boston Marathon bombing. The Boy Scouts organization meets to …
A big marketing campaign aims to convince Americans that Canada is a critical source of eco-friendly oil and that Keystone XL is a great idea.
Following closely on the heels of Ann’s argument concerning the flaws of the Keystone XL DEIS came a NYT story from John Broder with an interesting suggestion: if the administration approves the pipeline, then it should do something else in order to advance the battle against climate change: [C]ould some kind of deal be in […]
Our thoughts this morning are with those affected by the tornadoes in Oklahoma. Tomorrow, the House of Representatives should pass a bill aiming to force approval of the Keystone XL pipeline, but some House Democrats are trying to offer amendments to clarify the true nature of the project. [The Hill] The House is expected to [...]
Tom Steyer, the billionaire climate activist, is threatening Barack Obama if he approves the Keystone XL pipeline. Steyer told Grist magazine that he thinks the vast majority of major fundraisers for Obama will turn their back on him...Show More Summary
Jon Queally reports Organizing For Action, say critics, cannot address climate change and remain silent on tar sands pipeline: Organizing for Action, the so-called "grassroots arm" of the Obama administration, was designed to harness...Show More Summary
Why the Keystone XL pipeline could boost refiners in a big way.
As political deliberations continue over the potential construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, Motley Fool energy analysts Joel South and Taylor Muckerman take the opportunity to discuss which investors stand to benefit by this pipeline going ahead as proposed. Show More Summary
Listen to the podcast of “Lines in the Sand,” Elizabeth Kolbert’s Comment about carbon-dioxide levels and Obama’s decision on the Keystone XL pipeline. Illustration by Tom Bachtell....read more
There's a process for approving projects like the Keystone XL pipeline that would carry petroleum from the tar sand deposits of Alberta to the refineries of the Texas Gulf Coast. That process is set by the National Environmental Protection...Show More Summary