Pipelines transporting crude oil, natural gas, and refined products have been a controversial topic for lawmakers, environmental groups, and energy producers throughout the last decade. Since pipelines are the cleanest and safest method of transporting hydrocarbons, the logic behind these protests remains lost on many individuals. But, what the general public must understand is that many protesters are not necessarily trying to shut down pipelines, they are trying to eliminate the use of fossil fuels and force an immediate shift to renewable energy.
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Join your host Tavis as things get a little spicy this episode. Environmental activist silenced after apologizing for inciting “alarmist” amongst community, pipelines perish, and inventories finally begin to diminish!
Introduction In the last series (2A), we discussed global oil production ranking, with the United States (U.S) topping the chart for 2018. Here, we look at the production potential of