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59Keystone XL pipeline could raise Midwest gas prices by $.40 a gallon

The idea behind the politically contentious Keystone XL pipeline is to bring oil from Canada through the Midwestern US and then on to Texas for export throughout the world, mostly Europe and Latin America. A January 2012 report by NRDC and Oil Change International pointed out that the pipeline "will not increase America's oil supply (PDF)," but we now hear that the pipeline just might affect the US after all. Trouble is, the effect is negative, not positive.

55Tesla stock breaks $83; CEO Elon Musk steps way from Facebook founder's immigration group

As A. Whitney Brown once said, "There's really no use in beating a dead horse. I mean, except for the pure joy of it." Well, if Tesla's recent string of successes is said horse, then we hope you enjoy the rest of this post.

AddTrue cost of oil: ExxonMobil pipeline spills in Arkansas

The controversial Keystone XL pipeline that would deliver tar sands oil mined in Alberta, Canada to Texas for cleanup and then return it to Canada has a number of serious issues and points of contention. Among the debates going on in Washington are which route would be used and what, exactly, are the risks of environmental disasters. We have another example of what the Keystone XL might bring now that ExxonMobil is dealing with a pipeline rupture in Mayflower, AR in its Pegasus pipeline.

136How You Can Have $2.09 Per Gallon Gas Now

Some drivers are getting just that with their Hondas and Ford pickups

Anxious over $5 per gallon gas promised by forecasters by early summer? How does $2.09 per gallon sound. That's what drivers of natural-gas vehicles enjoy now.

AddKeystone XL Pipeline decision pushed back to 2013

After spending several years carefully reviewing the application from TransCanada for the permit necessary to run its Keystone XL pipeline from the tar sands of Alberta, Canada to the refineries and ports along the Gulf of Mexico, the U.S. Department of State has finally announced a decision. It has decided not to decide right now, saying it will wait until 2013 to decide, so it can spend more quality time examining routing options around certain environmentally sensitive parts of the Sand Hills

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