Skip to comments.U.S. Moves Forward with Southern Keystone Pipeline
Posted on 07/05/2012 6:57:35 AM PDT by Lorianne
The U.S. government is moving forward with a portion of the Keystone pipeline, following the lead of many Americans who say they want it.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has approved the southern section of the pipeline running from Cushing, Okla., through Texas to Port Arthur on the Gulf Coast.
Has anyone figured out how to teleport the oil from Canada to Oklahoma yet? If so, why not simply teleport it all the way to Texas?
"I approved the Keystone pipeline"
When in fact, he had nothing to do with this approval. Mark my words.
This part of the pipeline was moving forward whether the U.S. “government” wanted it or not.
Gulf Coast Pipeline Project
Only towards socialism.
The original Keystone Pipeline XL project did not go all the way to Cushing either, it stopped in Steel City, Nebraska and picked up again in Cushing to the South.
Unlocking the Crude Oil Bottleneck at Cushing
Perfect FedGov make work project. Part of a pipeline, with the oil now sold to the Chinese and headed to Canada’s West coast. Perfect.
Thanks for this info
Thanks Lorianne. Zero’s sabotage of this important project has, however, been successful.
They plan on using the tanks Mr. Scott built in Star Trek 4, The Voyage Home. Instead of transporting whales, they will be transporting crude.
“Has anyone figured out how to teleport the oil from Canada to Oklahoma yet?”
Vote for Romney? He’ll approve it, no more shenanigans. At least that is what I believe.
BTW, they also don't make much hay of who owns the refineries down here.
The expansion is now completed.
Interesting info about who owns the refineries.
However, I looked up Jefferson county. They have a Republican Rep in Congress and they went 51% for Obama in 2008 .... sounds like they aren’t all that liberal.
Think climbing uphill dragging a boulder behind.
Go back further than 2008 to understand that.
Your short term analysis doesn't show the long term progression to the point we stand at today.
I’m sure you’re right and its probably a big union area.
Still, currently it doesn’t seem all that liberal. Also, I would bet that people there are FOR the pipeline because it will bring jobs and that would sway political opinion. Not just the pipeline itself the increase in refining, should the whole thing ever get built. Someone seems to be thiking long term.
Still, currently it doesnt seem all that liberal.
Yeah, currently. Try Jack Brooks to get a clue as to how far we've come!
Also, I would bet that people there are FOR the pipeline because it will bring jobs and that would sway political opinion.
They're so for it it isn't funny. It seems that some people are so worried about the changing voting trends that people were sent down here to make sure that voter suppression/intimidation was not an issue.
Someone seems to be thiking long term.
Hmmmmm...just might be.
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