Veterans expect pro-energy leaders

What has made the Middle East a geostrategic focal point for so long but its possession of vast reserves of the oil we and our allies need to sustain our economies? If there were any adequate alternative sources of this precious fuel, we would have to be mad not to take advantage of them. And yet, there are.



Shale Revolution: Opportunity To Jump-Start Economic Growth

Will the U.S. shale boom turn out to be a bust? The recent decline in oil prices has left some questioning whether it can be sustained.



Thank you for Keystone XL attempts

Just a short note to thank every Veteran who worked on the attempt to get Keystone XL pipeline legislation through the Senate. Unfortunately, our efforts came up one vote shy of passage.



See Who Voted For the Keystone Pipeline, and Who Didn't

U.S. Senate Roll Call Votes on S.2280 ("A bill to approve the Keystone XL Pipeline.") November 18, 2014, 05:55 PM. YEAs: 59, NAYs: 41. Alphabetical by Senator Name:



Fracking Bans Enrage Coloradans Sitting on Energy Riches

Mineral owners left out of the energy boom in Colorado and other states are mobilizing to fight local fracking bans they say are depriving them of billions of dollars in oil and natural-gas royalties.



Florida U.S. Senator Bill Nelson key to future of Keystone Pipeline

Florida Sen. Bill Nelson is being viewed as a possible key vote as the U.S. Senate decides whether or not to approve the Keystone XL Pipeline. The more than 1,100-mile pipeline is proposed to carry up to 830,000 barrels of oil through the Midwest and into Gulf of Mexico ports for refinement



Every single voter, every single citizen should contact their senators now

"Every single voter, every single citizen in the whole nation needs to contact their senators right now and support the implementation of the KXL pipeline." General Tony Clark (Ret.) on the importance of passing the Keystone XL pipeline next Tuesday, Nov. 18 (Fox News Radio interview).



Republican-controlled House passes legislation approving the Keystone XL oil pipeline

Congress inched closer Friday to a possible showdown with President Barack Obama over the Keystone XL oil pipeline as the Republican-controlled House approved the project. Supporters in the Democratic-run Senate predicted they will get the 60 votes needed to pass it next week



House approves Keystone XL pipeline, Senate up next

U.S. House approved legislation, 252-161, for the ninth time to authorize construction of the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline



Bill Nelson, Potential Keystone Pipeline Convert?

Even before the new Senate is seated, the $8 billion Keystone XL Pipeline is a hair's-breadth from becoming a major triumph for its bipartisan supporters. All it needs is a commitment from two more on-the-fence Democratic senators -- and Florida's Bill Nelson is one of the targets.... Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-LA) pushing for it hard against the wishes of President Obama...