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Energy Week in Review

And what a momentous week it was: State Department issues its environmental report on the Keystone XL Pipeline. White House energy advisor warns of Sequester-related permitting delays. Trial of BP, Transocean and Halliburton begins in New Orleans. Shell suspends Arctic … Continue reading

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False Sense of (Energy) Security

Superficially, it would seem that the nation is successfully pursuing the Obama Administration’s stated energy goals of “increasing domestic oil production” and “reducing our dependence on foreign oil.” Domestic oil production has increased, but in spite of and not because … Continue reading

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White House backs Keystone XL southern pipeline. #rsrh

WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — President Barack Obama “welcomes” TransCanada’s TRP +0.95% decision to build a pipeline to bring crude oil from Cushing, Oklahoma, to the Gulf of Mexico. “As the President made clear in January, we support the company’s interest in … Continue reading

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