November 15, 2016

Will Keystone XL pipeline finally get built under President Trump?

Ezra LevantRebel Commander
 

On last night's show, I explained why Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama blocked the Keystone XL pipeline after their own State Department approved it — and why it may finally get constructed now.

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commented 2016-11-15 15:49:20 -0500
The scam will probably go like this: JT/Butts and Notley will make a secret deal. JT will take the blame for stopping the project (since AB is a Liberal wasteland anyways) and thus save Notley from a citizen’s revolt.
commented 2016-11-15 12:40:26 -0500
Can KXL actually be built if Premiere Notley and Prime Minister Gerald Butts oppose it?
commented 2016-11-15 12:28:21 -0500
Obama did not approve the KXL pipeline . . . . because Warren Buffett did not approve.
Buffett being a huge Dhimmicrap Donor . . . has made Billions hauling Oil by Rail from North Dakota and Canada. There have been numerous incidents, which have largely gone unreported, environ-mentalists not interested? Strange . . .

The KXL pipeline technically gives Canadian Oil access to the Gulf Coast . . . so I expect that could mean we get a better price for our oil.

Perhaps Western Canada might consider separation from the Welfare East today . . . suspect we could cut a great Trade Deal with a Trump Administration . . . or State Status?
commented 2016-11-15 08:08:09 -0500
We will see if President Trump will hold to his campaign promises. I hope so because we need to get our oil products to market.

However, since we sell it less to the US than the global price for oil, it would still be better to get the Kinder Morgan twinned and get the Northern Gateway built so we can get the oil to tide water.

I am not against the Trans Canada pipeline, but there we will also be selling it for below world market value.

The opposition to any and all of the pipeline has not stopped. Any project that gets through all the political interference (ref: Notley, Trudeau, Gerald Butthead) goes forward expect there to be physical protest and maybe even sabotage.