January 2019, Vol. 246, No. 1

Editor's Notebook

Guest Commentary: Pipeline Projects Provide Multiple Benefits

Over the past several years this false narrative that business is inherently evil has steadily crept into the social conscious. It has become commonplace, even laudable among some camps, to criticize corporate America as the antithesis of the working class. Nowhere is this animosity on display more—nor more misplaced—than toward traditional energy producers.   Let’s be clear: good business is good for communities, good for consumers and good for every day, hard-working individuals. That’s especially true of the energy industry. One of the few consistent growth sectors, traditional energy production is seeding opportunity, driving investment and equipping America to stay competitive on the g

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