February 2014, Vol. 241 No. 2

Features

The Name Of The Game Is Still Pipelines

Tonight I’d like to cover several topics important to all of us. Projections for increased production of natural gas and crude oil, transportation of said commodities to the marketplace, climate change and politics. So let’s start with Keystone XL. Apparently the State Department’s study has come down in favor of the pipeline, that it will not oppose a serious threat to the environment. Of course, this had to come down after the president’s state of the union speech. Before his reelection I put the odds on President Obama approving Keystone at 25-1. Has anyone checked with their bookie lately? Last year the odds were 3-1 against it. Forget the talk abou

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