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Quote: Originally Posted by Care4all
Quote: Originally Posted by Mr. H.
So, how is this pipeline different from the one that the Obama admin approved and heralded in 2009? The one they then called "shovel-ready".
From the U.S. Dep't of State website:
(my bold highlights) The Department found that the addition of crude oil pipeline capacity between Canada and the United States will advance a number of strategic interests of the United States. These included increasing the diversity of available supplies among the United States’ worldwide crude oil sources in a time of considerable political tension in other major oil producing countries and regions; shortening the transportation pathway for crude oil supplies; and increasing crude oil supplies from a major non-Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries producer. Canada is a stable and reliable ally and trading partner of the United States, with which we have free trade agreements which augment the security of this energy supply.
Approval of the permit sends a positive economic signal, in a difficult economic period, about the future reliability and availability of a portion of United States’ energy imports, and in the immediate term, this shovel-ready project will provide construction jobs for workers in the United States. Permit for Alberta Clipper Pipeline Issued
well, from what i just read, this pipeline does not cross the USA and ALL concerned citizens and groups agreed to it being safe, environmentally.....
Here, let me help you. U.S. Department of State
'...crude oil pipeline from Hardisty, Alberta, Canada, to Superior, Wisconsin