In service to the quality of discourse, the oil and gas industry should fall silent on energy independence and hope that others who converse about energy recognize the consequent boost to public enlightenment and do likewise.
Archive for 'March 2012'
Justifiably steaming over US inaction on the Keystone XL pipeline, members of Canada’s Conservative Party are counterattacking what they see as sovereignty incursions from the south.
When people are confident enough about their righteousness to make a public display of it, should they not also be right?
The oil sands industry of Canada has taken an important step toward refuting the “dirty oil” claims of environmental activism.