This nixed natural-gas project shows you just how absurd Biden’s energy policy is

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"Absurd"..... Reminds me of Jeff :cool:

https://nypost.com/2022/04/06/this-...ct-proves-how-absurd-bidens-energy-policy-is/

As gas prices rise and Vladimir Putin escalates his war on Ukraine, Democrats’ political fortunes fall. That’s why President Joe Biden announced last week he’ll increase domestic production to combat what he calls “Putin’s price hike” at the pump by imposing “fees” (read taxes) on US energy companies for unproductive wells leased on public lands.

This political gamesmanship will stop neither soaring gas prices nor the Russian president, however, and may well accelerate Democrats’ death spiral heading into the midterms. Because Biden isn’t at war with Putin, he’s at war with domestic energy production — and has been since Day One of his administration, when he canceled the Keystone pipeline to bring Canadian oil to the United States.

Keystone’s fate sent a chilling message to anyone contemplating a costly infrastructure project: This administration prioritizes a radical green agenda over American energy independence.
 

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"Absurd"..... Reminds me of Jeff :cool:

https://nypost.com/2022/04/06/this-...ct-proves-how-absurd-bidens-energy-policy-is/

As gas prices rise and Vladimir Putin escalates his war on Ukraine, Democrats’ political fortunes fall. That’s why President Joe Biden announced last week he’ll increase domestic production to combat what he calls “Putin’s price hike” at the pump by imposing “fees” (read taxes) on US energy companies for unproductive wells leased on public lands.

This political gamesmanship will stop neither soaring gas prices nor the Russian president, however, and may well accelerate Democrats’ death spiral heading into the midterms. Because Biden isn’t at war with Putin, he’s at war with domestic energy production — and has been since Day One of his administration, when he canceled the Keystone pipeline to bring Canadian oil to the United States.

Keystone’s fate sent a chilling message to anyone contemplating a costly infrastructure project: This administration prioritizes a radical green agenda over American energy independence.
Interesting article that was poorly written. They buried the absurdity deep in the article.......that one of the reasons that this project was cancelled was because environmentalists objected to the use of rail to ship the product but the Biden team says Canada can just ship their oil by rail instead of the XL pipeline. Rail is bad.....rail is good.

Also, nat gas is sold by CFM or BTUs not gallons. And the picture used is not a modern horizontal well pad but an old style standard well.

But the overall point is very good. There is no consistency in policies. That ‘science’ is distorted to their whim and political desires. That these people cannot be trusted with anything.
 
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Interesting article that was poorly written. They buried the absurdity deep in the article.......that one of the reasons that this project was cancelled was because environmentalists objected to the use of rail to ship the product but the Biden team says Canada can just ship their oil by rail instead of the XL pipeline. Rail is bad.....rail is good.

Also, nat gas is not sold by CFM or BTUs not gallons. And the picture used is not a modern horizontal well pad but an old style standard well.

But the overall point is very good. There is no consistency in policies. That ‘science’ is distorted to their whim and political desires. That these people cannot be trusted with anything.

More importantly, it answers 2lyings question of what did Biden do.............