Keystone Opponents

From the U.S. State Department's report on the Keystone XL pipeline, Jan. 2014. Drivers of oilsands development are global and any single infrastructure project is unlikely to significantly affect the rate of extraction in oilsands areas. Picture courtesy Huffintong Post Green.

From the U.S. State Department‘s report on the Keystone XL pipeline, Jan. 2014.
Drivers of oilsands development are global and any single infrastructure project is unlikely to significantly affect the rate of extraction in oilsands areas. Picture courtesy Huffington Post Green.

Oil has always supposed a delicate theme in environmental causes. The difficulty to transport this black gold and the several events of contamination caused by this appreciated liquid have created a very bad reputation to this compound. It is truth that renewal energies will be better in long term that any limited resource for extract energy. However, it is true that meanwhile the business keeps giving benefits it will keep open.

Not sure how many of you have heard about the Keystone Pipeline and all the legal process that it is making that it will take a different route outside of Nebraska. You can read more about this in the piece by Huffington Post Green.  Although I want to ask you. What do you think about these classic methods to obtain energy? Do you think that they are obsolete? or this industry must keep going because it gives jobs to millions of people around the world but, it must have better resources to avoid environmental disasters? Please, share your thoughts.

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