Pick Your Poison for Crude – Pipeline, Rail, Truck or Boat

January 2017, Vol. 244, No. 1

By James Conca, Senior Scientist, UFA Ventures, Inc.

Oil and gas is moving around our country, through pristine wilderness, and across our cities and towns. The recent election results are not going to change that. Oil is going to keep moving and will continue to increase in volume in our new energy boom. So, the question from an environmentalist’s standpoint should not be how to stop it, but rather how to move it safely. The recent debates concerning the Keystone XL and Dakota lines have focused the attention on pipelines, and show that few people want pipelines going through their communities. Continuing leaks,…

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