As rumors fly about the impending Keystone XL permit denial, U.S. solar generation soars to new heights thanks partly to the support of corporate citizens.
US Senator John Hoeven discusses why Keystone XL pipeline approval is pivotal to energy security.
As supporters and opponents of the proposed Keystone XL (KXL) Pipeline testified at public hearings in Nebraska between 2010-2013, several interest groups attempted to frame the debate in different ways. A University of Kansas (KU) researcher...Show More Summary
Upton concedes “we’re not going to get the president to sign that as part of any deal" on energy bill.
Hillary Clinton's pipeline problem started in earnest this July 28, when Bruce Blodgett, a retired software engineer, asked Clinton about her position on Keystone XL during a town hall forum in Nashua, New Hampshire. The video of Clinton's...Show More Summary
Today on The BradCast I'm joined by investigative journalist Steve Horn of DeSmogBlog to discuss his new article investigating the federal judges who oversaw the case that allowed the southern leg of the Keystone XL pipeline to move forward.
The story was originally published by Grist and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Rumor has it that President Obama will officially reject the Keystone XL pipeline in the coming weeks. But whatever he decides, you can be sure the issue won't go away. Show More Summary
Democratic front-runner distancing herself from President Barack Obama The post Clinton voices opposition to Arctic drilling, Keystone XL delays appeared first on Macleans.ca.
NORTH LAS VEGAS, Nevada (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton is voicing opposition to President Barack Obama's authorization for oil drilling in the Alaska Arctic and his delays on Keystone XL, in some of the clearest signs of the Democratic...Show More Summary
It took less than 140 characters for Hillary Clinton to make a convincing case to her environmental critics that she's committed to keeping carbon underground and protecting some of Am
Environmentalists have been waiting since 2008 for President Barack Obama's decision on whether to approve the Keystone XL pipeline. That decision may come any day now. But Canada’s tar sands industry hasn't been waiting around.Publicly, TransCanada, the company behind the embattled pipeline, insi
Lambert here: As ever, the scandal is what’s legal. Ka-ching. By Steve Horn, a Madison, WI-based Research Fellow for DeSmogBlog and a freelance investigative journalist. He previously was a reporter and researcher at the Center for Media and Democracy. Originally published at DeSmogBlog. On August 4, the U.S. Appeals Court for the 10th Circuit shot […]
On August 4, the U.S. Appeals Court for the 10th Circuit shot down the Sierra Club's petition for rehearing motion for the southern leg of TransCanada's Keystone XL tar sands export pipeline. The decision effectively writes the final...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON — For six and a half years, the White House has had a quick comeback to questions about its yet-to-be-announced decision on the proposed Keystone XL pipeline: Talk to the State Department. Continue reading ? The post Keystone XL review drags on 5 times longer than average appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
TransCanada, owner of the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline, has been quietly preparing to hear the Obama Administration say, "You're fired!" It’s Last Stop, South Dakota For Keystone XL Pipeline was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.
Under a George W. Bush-era executive order, oil pipelines crossing U.S. borders require a presidential permit, setting off a government-wide review that the State Department coordinates. President Barack Obama, in no rush to anger either...Show More Summary
It wasn't just about Keystone XL. The post Why The ‘Most Trusted’ Professionals’ Union In The Nation Endorsed Bernie Sanders appeared first on ThinkProgress.
The Alberta tar sands. Nadia Prupis writes Sensing Keystone XL Rejection, TransCanada Scopes NAFTA Lawsuit: TransCanada Corporation, the company behind the controversial Keystone XL tar sands pipeline, is furtively planning its next steps—including suing the U.S. Show More Summary
TransCanada’s days of having its pipeline permit requests rubber-stamped are long over. A nine-day hearing to reconsider its Keystone XL permit through South Dakota proved that. Yet many left the hearing in Pierre, South Dakota, wondering...Show More Summary