The drama over the energy infrastructure project could soon come to an end
We now have an administration that is serious about putting American energy to work for the entire economy
The Army Corps of Engineers intends to prepare an environmental impact statement on the Dakota Access Pipeline.
For the first time in six years natural gas pipeline capacity will increase in the Northeast.
Above the Fold Dakota Access Pipeline
The lame duck administration put up another blockade in front of a needed energy infrastructure project.
What's there for the Army Corps of Engineers to consider, since it signed off on the project months ago?
He took the rule of law, crumpled it up, and tossed along a riverbank in North Dakota.
Cutting through fences, trampling on private property, and putting workers and citizens in danger is unacceptable.
Protests have intensified after the Obama administration took steps to halt the energy infrastructure project.
Energy opponents, whose lifestyles revolve around abundant energy, cheered calls for "no pipelines."
They have been completely co-opted by “Keep it in the ground” extremists.
Energy opponents continue to use water and cultural concerns to mask their true, anti-energy agenda.