Breaking the dependence on foreign oil was the topic of discussion Monday at the 2014 Montana Energy Trade Show.
A national energy expert says the proposed Keystone XL pipeline would help revive a sluggish national economy and enhance the nation's energy security.
The crisis in Ukraine underscores the need for the European Union to consider imports of natural gas from the U.S. and development of domestic resources to diversify supplies, President Barack Obama said.
Rear Admiral Don Loren USN (Ret.) of Vets4Energy explains the important role the Keystone XL pipeline will play in sustaining national security (this is Canadian TV Network).
"Rising energy bills and a growing dependence on imported gas have increased pressure to step up development of shale resources in the [United Kingdom] through fracking."
Veterans from across the country, including hundreds of Vets4Energy members, sent letter to Secretary of State John Kerry asking that he "expeditiously approve the Keystone XL Pipeline."
New Post-ABC News poll: Americans support the idea of constructing the Keystone XL oil pipeline between Canada and the United States by a nearly 3 to 1 margin...
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Former Secretary of State George Shultz spoke Saturday at the two-day Vail Global Energy Forum in Beaver Creek's Vilar Center. The forum, which continues today, features leaders from the energy industry and environmental movement, discussing ways to provide more energy for a world population whose appetite is increasing for it, while protecting the world in which we live.
Long-time Vets4Energy volunteer James McCormick (West VA) was awarded a Bronze Star for serving with valor. "I wear this for everybody else that couldn't wear it," he said. "I will wear it for those that could not make it home."