Two years ago, President Trump ordered his administration to allow the Keystone XL pipeline to go forward. Unfortunately, according to The Daily Caller, two years and multiple lawsuits later, the pipeline has not yet been built. This is unfortunate because more delays could hinder TransCanada from completing pre-construction work this year. According to Institute for… Read More Two Years After President Trump’s EO, Keystone Pipeline is Not Built
David Blackmon has posted a column at Forbes pointing out the developing methods of well-funded anti-pipeline groups in which a number of new gas and oil pipeline projects around the country are experiencing delays thanks to their chicanery. Blackmon points out: 1) A stop-work order was issued by FERC on the Atlantic Coast Pipeline on… Read More The Anti-Pipeline Campaigns The Media Isn’t Reporting
This is from two years ago but it is a good example of how the press did not tell the truth about the Dakota Access Pipeline terrorists. He does a masterful job of refuting the claim that dogs were let loose on the criminals and the image of a dog with blood on its face… Read More DAPL Dogs Attack Protesters?
Louisiana environmentalists hope to shut down construction of the Bayou Bridge Pipeline asking a courtM to order companies that own the edifice to turn over records to them. According to the Times-Picayune, not only do environmentalists want company records related to pipeline construction but also seek records their contract security firm of choice, Tiger Swan,… Read More LA environmentalists demand pipeline records to shut project down
Despite the Trump Administration’s support of fossil fuels and projects, such as the Keystone XL Pipeline, Leftist groups are not only conducting sabotage to stop the dissemination of oil, gas and other fossil fuels but are also encouraging their rank and file to conduct violence. In a column for The Washington Examiner, investigative reporter Kevin… Read More Anarchist group encourages activists to conduct violence
The largest oil spill South Dakota history took place on Thursday. 210,000 gallons or 5000 barrels of oil spilled at a site of the Keystone XL pipeline in Amherst. According to Fox Business, TransCanada, who operates the pipeline, states that it occurred due to a pressure drop in their operating system. Fortunately, the spill was… Read More Environmentalists spin Keystone pipeline oil spill
Nebraska environmentalists have hatched a plan that they hope will hold up or stop the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline in their state. The plan will be accomplished via crowdfunding in which they hope to place solar arrays along the path of the pipeline. With the upcoming Nebraska Public Service Commission vote to approve… Read More Environmentalists seek to pollute Keystone XL path with solar arrays
Consistent with what they said during late March, The Patriot Post reports the amount of pipeline arsons is on the rise. The sabotage is tied to the Dakota Access Pipeline controversy and being done in hopes of disrupting it or shutting the pipeline project down: On Thursday, anti-pipeline knuckleheads in the vicinity of Newell, Iowa,… Read More Pipeline arsons on the rise
Lauren Southern of TheRebel.media tells you the vital fact of the Standing Rock/DAPL pipeline protest story the mainstream media is leaving out.
Despite President Trump’s approval, the North Dakota Area Pipeline (NADPL) faces fierce opposition from environmentalist groups. The Washington Times quotes activists who have vowed to stop the pipeline’s construction. Pipeline opponents are quoted as saying they will even set up encampments along the pipeline’s route including within the route itself in hopes of blocking it.… Read More Green groups vow to sabotage North Dakota pipeline with guerrilla tactics