February 6, 2014
Enviros and industry agree: Keystone XL means more oil. So, why does the State Department disagree in its final environmental impact statement that was released last Friday? http://hcne.ws/1doNH3m

Enviros and industry agree: Keystone XL means more oil. So, why does the State Department disagree in its final environmental impact statement that was released last Friday? http://hcne.ws/1doNH3m

March 13, 2012
"It sounds like a shot in the arm with no downside"

— City council president Blair Patton in Choteau, Montana, whose town is gearing up for an economic boom coming from a new equipment plant supplying machinery to Canada’s tar sands. Quoted in the Billings Gazette.

February 9, 2012

The Price of Gas from CIR on Vimeo.

What is the true cost of a gallon of gasoline? And why do prices vary from country to country? An interesting animation from the Center for Investigative Reporting.

July 22, 2011
"There are two kinds of pipelines: those that leak, and those that are going to."

— Overheard on Twitter, regarding the Yellowstone River oil spill.

July 5, 2011
mothernaturenetwork:

The recent oil leak in the Yellowstone River is bringing attention to the fact that U.S. oil pipelines are everywhere. While oil pipelines are an often under-reported portion of this nation’s energy and infrastructure debate, it’s not because there isn’t plenty to talk about.

mothernaturenetwork:

The recent oil leak in the Yellowstone River is bringing attention to the fact that U.S. oil pipelines are everywhere. While oil pipelines are an often under-reported portion of this nation’s energy and infrastructure debate, it’s not because there isn’t plenty to talk about.

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