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Keystone Completion, Pipeline Explosion Creating Energy Opportunities

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February 20, 2014
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Capital spending on gathering, storage and pipeline shipping of natural gas is expected to reach $34.5 billion by 2022 compared with $18.9 billion this year, says Ed Deicke, Managing Partner at JHS Capital Advisors. The shift to natural gas manufacturing and vehicles will also have a positive impact on the US economy over the next ten years and is currently creating investment opportunities in the energy sector, says Deicke. Finally, lower gas prices due to the eventual completion of the Keystone Pipeline will give the economy and US consumer an added lift. Video provided by TheStreet


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A World Leading Scientific Journals Is Supporting the Keystone XL Pipeline

A World Leading Scientific Journals Is Supporting the Keystone XL Pipeline

CBC (Jan. 31, 2013) An environmental activist says he is somewhat surprised one of the world's leading scientific journals is supporting the Keystone XL pipeline.
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US State Department: Keystone XL Will Not Harm Environment

US State Department: Keystone XL Will Not Harm Environment

Newsy (Feb. 1, 2014) In a new report, the US State Department says building the controversial Keystone XL pipeline will not have a significant environmental impact. Video provided by Newsy
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Geothermal Energy Is Hot

Geothermal Energy Is Hot

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