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Talking Keystone XL in Austin, TX

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 Austin, Texas. Texas residents attended to show their support for Keystone XL, which would create local jobs, spur economic growth and increase energy security. In fact, construction of the Keystone XL pipeline could create 20,000 American jobs. For more information, visit http://energytomorrow.org.

Talking Keystone XL in Lincoln, Nebraska

energytomorrow.org More than 300 labor union members and local citizens attended the US Department of State hearing on the Keystone XL pipeline project in Lincoln, Nebraska. They support Keystone XL because it would create local jobs, spur economic growth and increase energy security. In fact, construction of the Keystone XL pipeline could create 20000 American jobs. For more information, visit http

TV: One Million New American Jobs: The Benefits of Increased Access to Domestic Oil & Gas Resources

http://energytomorrow.org We can grow our economy, increase energy security and create one million new American jobs by safely developing domestic oil and natural gas resources, like shale gas and oil sands, through expanded onshore and offshore access. To learn more, visit http://energytomorrow.org.

More American Jobs & Energy Security: The Benefits of Increased Investments in Canadian Oil

http:energytomorrow.org Canada is our number one foreign supplier of oil, a surprising fact to many. But the fact is, getting more oil from our friendly neighbor to the north is good for our economy and energy security. Increased investments in Canadian oil would put more than 500,000 Americans to work and generate 775 billion dollars in GDP by 2035. The Keystone XL Pipeline would increase the amount of Canadian oil coming to the U.S. The pipeline would bring crude from Alberta, Canada to our refineries in the Gulf of Mexico, increasing Canadian imports to four million barrels a day by 2020, or twice what we currently import from the Persian Gulf. The State Department hopes to approve the building of Keystone XL by the end of the year. The approval process is now entering its third year. Ten thousand U.S. jobs will not be created next year because Keystone XL does not exist. Instead of relying on oil from hostile countries, Alberta's energy minister hopes the Obama administration will recognize the importance of strengthening America's energy security by enhancing its partnership with a strong ally. For more information, visit http://energytomorrow.org.

TV: Canada Is America's Number One Supplier of Imported Oil

http://energytomorrow.org. Canada is by far America's number one supplier of imported oil, and the good news is that our friendly neighbor can supply much more. To learn more, visit http://energytomorrow.org.

TV: One Million New American Jobs: The Benefits of Expanded Access to Domestic Oil & Gas

http://energytomorrow.org How can we create one million new American jobs and increase energy security? By expanding access and developing our oil and natural gas resources right here in America. To learn more, visit http://energytomorrow.org.

TV: Canada - America's Top Supplier of Imported Oil

http://energytomorrow.org Did you know Canada is the top supplier of oil to America? Developing Canadian oil sands means Canada could supply more than 25 percent of America's oil and support 600,000 American jobs by 2035. Learn more about the difference Canadian oil sands could make for our nation by visiting http://energytomorrow.org.

TV: One Million New American Jobs: The Benefits of Increased Access to Domestic Oil & Gas Resources

http://energytomorrow.org We can grow our economy, increase energy security and create one million new American jobs by safely developing domestic oil and natural gas resources, like shale gas and oil sands, through expanded onshore and offshore access. To learn more, visit http://energytomorrow.org.