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Harold Hamm an Oklahoma oil billionaire became one of Romney's top energy advisers in March. A few weeks later he also gave985,000 dollars to the Restore Our Future Super PAC a pro Romney PAC. Continental Resources,
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Video Video Video Canadian producers have been counting on winning a bigger share of the stagnant U.S. market to fuel oil sands expansion, but need new pipeline capacity to secure access to the massive Gulf Coast refining hub. U.S. oil production
Republican efforts on Capitol Hill to revive the Keystone XL pipeline risk causing a "splendid fight" that could finally doom the $7-billion project, a Democratic supporter of Canadian oil said Friday. Michigan Rep. John Dingell, the longest-serving
It's no surprise that oil companies, labor unions, environmental groups and an association of pipe manufacturers would want to lobby Congress about the Keystone XL pipeline...Continue Reading Yet those groups were among 52 companies, trade
L Bobbie is a member of The Motley Fool Blog Network -- entries represent the personal opinions of our bloggers and are not formally edited. TRP ) has been in the headlines because of the company's desire to extend the existing Keystone pipeline to
In denouncing President Obama's rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline project today, the Washington Post gets it right, but not for the Right's (pun intended) reasons, defending the job-creating project from a liberal position. The Post editorial
Stephen Harper faces the challenge of playing poker with a superpower...The PM will travel to China in February with oil sales on his mind. But Canada wants other things from Beijing, like more protection for Canadian companies doing business in
Raising the stakes on a bitter election-year fight with Republicans, President Barack Obama on Wednesday rejected a Canadian company's plan to build a U.S.-spanning, 1,700-mile pipeline to carry oil across six U.S. states to Texas refineries.
The Obama administration will announce this afternoon it is rejecting TransCanada application for a permit to build and operate an oil pipeline across the U.S.-Canada border, according to sources who have been briefed on the