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‘Liberals’ billionaire’ Warren Buffett comes out for Keystone XL pipeline

Warren Buffett, the American billionaire who has long championed a fairer U.S. tax code, has a position certain to rankle those who hold the investor dear: He’s thrown his support behind the Keystone XL pipeline. The pipeline, proposed by TransCanada, will cut through several U.S. states on the way to…

Native Americans prepare a ‘last stand’ against Keystone XL

The only reason the northern leg of the Keystone XL pipeline wasn’t approved years ago is that activists, deeming it a vital proxy in the larger battle to keep the dirtiest fossil fuels in the ground, have applied relentless pressure on the Obama……

U.S. leg of Keystone XL pipeline opens

Oil started to flow on Wednesday through the southern US leg of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline, its Canadian operator said, while Washington mulls whether on not to approve its northern half. Calgary-based firm TransCanada said the US$2.3 billion pipeline had begun carrying crude 487 miles from Cushing in Oklahoma…

John Kerry throws more cold water on Keystone XL pipeline

John Kerry Throws More Cold Water On Keystone XL Pipeline (via Clean Technica) The tubes have been buzzing over a new New York Times report on Secretary of State John Kerry’s aggressive pursuit of a new global climate agreement, which has some clear implications for approval of the controversial Keystone…

John Kerry throws more cold water on Keystone XL Pipeline

The tubes have been buzzing over a new New York Times report on Secretary of State John Kerry’s aggressive pursuit of a new global climate agreement, which  has some clear implications for approval of the controversial Keystone XL tar sands oil pipeline…  …

Keystone pipeline passes hurdle as Nebraska gov. approves route

The controversial Keystone pipeline passed another hurdle Tuesday after the governor of Nebraska approved a new route that will avoid environmentally sensitive areas like the state’s Sand Hills. President Barack Obama denied approval for the $7 billion pipeline last year out of environmental concerns. The US State Department is currently…

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