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The Energy East pipeline project should be the biggest “no-brainer” pipeline of all those proposed across Canada.


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Ninety-nine per cent of pipeline occurrences from 2003 to 2013 didn’t damage the environment.


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Oil and gas pipelines are a critical piece of Canada’s energy infrastructure. In 2013, this mode of transportation moved more than 2.4 billion barrels of oil and gas. But accidents do happen as seen with the recent oil spill in Alberta where a Nexen oilsands pipeline recently ruptured.


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Last week, Canada’s premiers concluded their most recent meetings with the release of Canada’s Energy Strategy, a document that “charts a path for shaping the sustainable development of Canada’s energy future.”


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Four recent oil-train derailments—two in the United States and two in Canada accompanied by yet another drive-by rhetorical smear of the Keystone XL pipeline by U.S. President Barack Obama—have re-invigorated the debate over how Canadians and Americans transport oil.


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Elizabeth May has chosen to respond to my critique of her Green Party website post - 4 facts about Keystone XL - here on the Huffington Post Blog.

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Recently, Green Party leader Elizabeth May orchestrated an open letter to United States Secretary of State John Kerry, urging the U.S. to reject the Keystone XL pipeline. In her note, Ms. May states that she sent Mr. Kerry “4 facts about Keystone XL.” Unfortunately, two of Ms. May’s facts aren’t actually facts, and two of her facts are so lacking in context as to constitute merely factoids.


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BC Green party MLA Andrew Weaver has (grudgingly) endorsed the idea of building a $25 billion refinery in British Columbia to convert Alberta’s bitumen into gasoline, diesel fuel, and aviation fuel, allowing the export of refined product, which, Weaver says, is safer for the environment because refined petroleum products evaporate more quickly and cause less environmental damage than heavier oils.


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Once again, energy policy was an element of President Obama’s State of the Union Address (2014). What’s interesting is both what’s seen, and what is not seen.

Here, in the quotes related to energy, is what’s seen: