we oppose the Keystone XL pipeline - #nokxl. This is about noKXL and about how we need to keep dirty tar sands oil in the ground. The Keystone XL pipeline poses a serious threat to the land, air and water of our country. It just does not make sense to extract this stuff. The energy you can get from burning a barrel of tar sands oil only barely exceeds the energy required to produce it. This sticky, crude muck should remain in the ground, and never be burned for energy.
3 spills in 7 years
Oct 31 2019 Keystone pipeline spilled 383,000 gallons of the dirtiest oil on the planet. This is the third spill in 7 years 2011. 2017 9,700 barrels, 407,000 gal. Nov 17. 2019 383,000 gal.
Nov 9 2018 Federal judge blocks KXL.
keep it in the ground
This is a Canadian oil company sending oil across the United States for export. They have to build the oil transportation infrastructure for their investment to pay off.
Canadian tar sands is the largest, dirtiest and most destructive carbon producer on the planet, and these tar sands would supply the Keystone XL pipeline. Tar sands are a combination of clay, sand, water, and bitumen, a heavy black viscous oil. It is bad for the environment; everything from heavy erosion from the industrial strip mining, ponds of leftover toxic waste, polluting rivers and streams and drinking water, and its disastrous carbon emissions are exacerbating the climate crisis.