The real motive for this project has nothing to do with America's best interest.
Energy & Environment
Is this the best that they can do?
A mere veto threat on Keystone may induce Congress to alter its actions.
We have to stop building infrastructure that locks us into fossil fuels for decades to come.
Expediting export permits for liquefied natural gas has moved from logical to compelling.
Opponents are degrading U.S. competitiveness and undermining energy security.
Congress approved the largest national park expansion in decades, but has no way to fund it.
Regulating methane would redirect natural gas back into the supply chain at little cost.
But they both want US oil producers to cut back production in our higher-cost oil fields.
Climate always changes and can't be predicted.