Christopher Guith, Energy Institute Senior Vice President for Policy, discusses how the boom in domestic natural gal and oil production is good for Colorado and the U.S.
For more than 6 years, Americans have been waiting for the jobs and economic opportunities that will come with building the Keystone XL pipeline. The Senate and House have passed a bill approving the permit for building the pipeline and now we're waiting for President Obama to make his decision. Last year, we went on a tour to hear from people along the pipeline route about the lost opportunities they have seen due to the bureaucratic delays. Learn more at http://www.energyxxi.org/kxltour.
Take a ride into America's first Ultra Supercritical coal-fired power plant at the AEP Southwestern Electric Power Company John W. Turk facility in Arkansas. Regulatory uncertainly has put on hold any plans to build more of these highly efficient and clean facilities to power America's infrastructure despite the Turk plant's unprecedented and proven technology innovations.