In an unplanned, though fortunate coincidence, a national webinar for American veterans on the issue of energy security occurred just hours after President Donald Trump signed an executive order advancing a long-dormant energy infrastructure project: the Keystone XL pipeline. (Vets4Energy quoted)
Fulfilling a campaign promise, President Donald J. Trump yesterday signed an executive order "initiating the process for approving" the construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline, which had been delayed for years by the Obama Administration. (Vets4Energy quoted)
President Donald Trump's executive order this week to advance the construction of the long-delayed Keystone XL Pipeline is drawing praise as a much-needed boost to America's energy infrastructure. (Vets4Energy quoted)
After years of delays on the approval of the construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline, President Donald J. Trump yesterday signed an executive order "initiating the process for approving" the construction of the pipeline. (Vets4Energy quoted)
Statement from Rear Admiral Don Loren USN (ret.) National Liaison, Vets4Energy: "These projects represent a commitment by the Administration to make America more energy secure."
President Donald J. Trump today signed a presidential memorandum to advance the long-delayed construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline, a roughly 1,100-mile crude oil pipeline that would connect oil production in Alberta, Canada to refiners in the U.S.
WhiteHouse.gov site posts "An America First Energy Plan" on website shortly after President Trump's taking office (on inauguration day).
Energy costs are "affordable" up until a certain point. That tipping point, experts agree, is when costs exceed 6 percent of a household's income.
Capt. James McCormick, USA (ret.) presents the Vets4Energy Coin of Excellence to US Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) on January 7, 2017 and US Senator Shelly Moore (R-WV) on January 17, 2017.
Nuclear power accounted for the third largest share of electricity generation in 2016, at 20 percent. Renewables, like wind and solar power, accounted for only 8 percent, although they were the fastest growing energy sources.