Americans want a level playing field with Big Oil. We want to know before any major oil project crosses our land and water that it has been studied with an independent and unbiased eye.
A major conflict of interest and serious questions about the validity of the Environmental Impact Statement for the TransCanada Keystone XL pipeline need the immediate attention of state officials, Congress, Secretary Clinton, and President Obama.
The company hired by the State Department to do the environmental study on the TransCanada Keystone XL pipeline is called Entrix; they also happen to work for oil companies, including TransCanada....
Any elected official who cares about basic pipeline safety and government transparency must step in now to avoid the undisputable risks to Nebraska’s Ogallala Aquifer, Sandhills, landowner rights, and agriculture economy.
Bottom line: the oil industry is preparing “environmental studies” for the government’s “independent” analysis.