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

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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