Union workers talk about what the Keystone XL pipeline means to them: jobs.
Tell Congressman Dave Camp, keep fighting for Michigan jobs and against job-destroying energy taxes.
Tell Congressman Fred Upton, keep fighting for Michigan jobs and against job-destroying energy taxes.
Tell Senator Rob Portman, keep fighting for Ohio jobs and against job-destroying energy taxes.
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What do 20,000 American jobs look like? Imagine a tower of people literally 100,000 feet into the sky – as high as 180 Washington Monuments stacked atop each other. Experts predict the Keystone XL pipeline – which will bring plentiful, secure Canadian oil to American consumers – could create 20,0001 U.S. construction and manufacturing jobs in the near term. But the long-term news is even better: By 2035, Canadian oil sands development could support 600,0002 American jobs. That’s a lot of people working, no matter how you stack it. To learn more about Keystone XL, and the promise of Canadian oil sands, log on to EnergyTomorrow.org.
Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels, Canadian Ambassador to the US Gary Doer and API President and CEO Jack Gerard talk about the important role the Keystone XL pipeline could play in the United States' future.
Rebecca Thingelstad briefs attendees at the Commitment to Excellence in Hydraulic Fracturing Workshop on steps to mitigate the surface impacts associated with hydraulic fracturing
http://energytomorrow.org The U.S. Department of State held a public meeting on the national interest determination for the Keystone XL pipeline project in Port Arthur, TX on September 26, 2011. Of the 600 or so people in attendance, well over 500 testified or demonstrated their support for Keystone XL, which would create local jobs, spur economic growth and increase energy security. For more information, visit http://energytomorrow.org.
Jack Gerard opens the Workshop on Commitment to Excellence in Hydraulic Fracturing. October 4th 2011, in Pittsburgh PA.