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Keystone XL Pipeline Cancelled?


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Reduced oil costs as well as the high removal cost could have killed the Keystone XL pipeline. Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian, hosts of The Young Turks, discuss. Tell us just what you assume in the remark section listed below.

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" The suggested Keystone XL pipeline made it through 9 years of objections, legal actions and political wrangling that saw the Obama management deny it and President Donald Trump revitalize it, today the task deals with the possibility of fatality by business economics.

Low oil costs as well as the high cost of removing Canadian crude from oil sands are casting brand-new doubts on Keystone XL as execs with the Canadian firm that wants to develop it face the last regulatory obstacle next week in Nebraska." *.

Hosts: Cenk Uygur, Ana Kasparian.

Cast: Cenk Uygur, Ana Kasparian.


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  1. Posted by Faolan Van Garrett, at Reply

    *White people are not native to America. They have no right to any of her lands!*

    • Posted by Eder Hansberger, at Reply

      Thats how you explain that those empires fell not even a century after the spanish arrived. What about the end of the world in 2012? Either im still alive or we have youtube in the sky?

    • Posted by タピアエドガー, at Reply

      Eder Hansberger Oh now you’re crying that someone is judging you, but you had no problem running your mouth. Very hypocritical on your part…. Anyway, you are young and dumb.

    • Posted by Eder Hansberger, at Reply

      What about human sacrifices? What about the wars between the tribes? Why have native americans from the arrival of Europeans till this day not done anything to get their land back from the “invaders”. Because they cant. They are weak. They can only use mainstream media and leftist organisations to spit on our culture and educate us how we owe them something. Well the white race owns them nothing. You should be glad were not the Mongols cuz we would have erased the natives from this earth long before Andrew Jackson took some action. nobody spits on the Mongol empire who at its time ruled about a quarter of the world and about 49% of the world population.

    • Posted by Eder Hansberger, at Reply

      And no I dont hate every single person of color. But everything was better before. This is my motto : Integration is the cancer segregation is the anwser.

    • Posted by Benito Mussolini, at Reply

      So then immigrants in Europe have no right to be there.

  2. Posted by Chunk Oooger, at Reply

    liberals hate pipes except for the ones they smoke their drugs out of

    • Posted by PerniciousCarrot, at Reply

      I hardly know what Antifa is as I do not follow any news regarding it. It’s allegedly some conspiracy by the same George Soros who is purportedly ruler of the world and operates among the illuminati and zionist globalist jews, correct? I’ll be honest though, from the name alone, AntiFa(cist), it seems a lot better to support than the blatant neo-nazism that seeps out from the United States’ most under-educated and impoverished voters. I could be incorrect though.

    • Posted by Syrup Forever, at Reply

      PerniciousCarrot They aren’t anti-fascist, and George Soros has nothing to do with it. They’re a decentralized group of violent communists who go around beating people, smashing property and setting fires for no reason or gain. I suggest you read up on them.

    • Posted by Neojhun, at Reply

      Huh? Is that supposed to be a criticism? Doesn’t quite work.

    • Posted by Bill Anderson, at Reply

      Syrup Forever Antifa is irrelevant. Violent protesters are given 10+ years in prison.

      Find something relevant to use for your fear monger.

    • Posted by Cole Knapek, at Reply

      lol Chunk Oooger I think you have a future in trolling but your jokes need work.

  3. Posted by Terra Titanius, at Reply

    As a Canadian, sorry for participating in this crap.

    Trudeau is starting to feel like Clinton or Obama, much more centrist after he approved this project.

    • Posted by Jeremy S, at Reply

      Syrup, Long term success of any energy based industry is dependent on their commitment to developing renewable sources. People who want Canada to continues building its economy around fossil fuels are the ones who are really looking to make it fail.

    • Posted by Syrup Forever, at Reply

      Jeremy S There’s no reason we can’t do both. Dirty fuels are essential in the short term and clean energy is essential in the long term.

    • Posted by Benito Mussolini, at Reply

      He’s a liberal. Of course he’s centrist.

    • Posted by Terra Titanius, at Reply

      Syrup Forever, I totally agree fossil fuels are 100% necessary short term, but we should begin phasing them out ASAP. Things like the Keystone XL make fossil fuels more competitive, and also increase dependency on oil.

      I’m not at all advocating for shutting down all the oil rigs today, but in 15 years or so, we should be 95% clean with our energy. Besides, our economy is doing pretty well without the XL pipeline, even with the low price of oil.

    • Posted by Jeremy S, at Reply

      Syrup, Well every dollar invested in oil is a dollar not invested in renewables, so it’s not as easy as, “just do both”. Of course I don’t think we should just drop oil completely given our current economic dependence on it, but we should not be eager to make investments with further our dependance. Canada and the rest of the world should be aggressively pursuing new technologies, not trying to make bigger and better horse carriages.

  4. Posted by quaxk, at Reply

    More confabulation from TYT. Nothing has been cancelled.

    • Posted by Psyfonify, at Reply

      ^ YOU’RE trying to miss the point sara. Did you watch the video? They didnt say its canceled. They said the owner is speculating on possibly cancelling or discontinuing it. That is reported fact.

    • Posted by Listenbuddy1, at Reply

      Lib News: Project what we hope will happen.

    • Posted by Bill Anderson, at Reply

      Did you miss the question mark? Did you not watch the video? It’s sad how you constantly embarrass yourself with these strawmen.

    • Posted by sara, at Reply

      Psyfonify: they explained right now they wouldn’t make as much of a profit as when they started in 2014 add to that their working with the Hardest type to get oil out of + the long term likelihood of further losses due to better cheaper options what you do think the outcome is going to be?. Yes it’s a little click baity but they explain WHY they would cancel it. its called informed speculation

    • Posted by sara, at Reply

      Listenbuddy1: no dumbass it’s the free market. the COST of processing the hardest to extract oil ain’t worth it compared to the alternatives which Really makes it seem like a pipeline for a weakening product seem like a lost cause wtf do you care anyway it’s a CANADIAN company it’s not going to cost any long term american jobs

  5. Posted by Wellington Smith, at Reply

    Maybe we could use the pipeline for skate-parks and water slides.

    • Posted by Julian Morris-Haaker, at Reply

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    • Posted by quaxk, at Reply

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      TYT is the worst, actually

    • Posted by Chad Boswell, at Reply

      No one cares enough about you to do it.

  7. Posted by Johnny Blazem, at Reply

    The keystone pipeline is our first defense against terrorism. We need it built.

    • Posted by Pat Peacock, at Reply

      Johnny Blazem explain what a pipeline got to do with terrorism.

    • Posted by Johnny Blazem, at Reply

      You think so until you see how expensive it is when it comes to your house. Sweden wind farms failed them. the cost is 10X HIGHER then fossil fuels

    • Posted by Johnny Blazem, at Reply

      if we get the keystone pipeline, think about the oil that will cost so much less because it does not have to be shipped by trucks and trains. Just a quick fast route will keep the price down and we will not have to buy from the middle east which does invest back to isis

    • Posted by Macklow G, at Reply

      Johnny Blazem lol. Your a special kind of stupid. This is advanced stupid.

  8. Posted by Dark Man, at Reply

    Forget about the keystone pipeline, I want to lay the pipe down on Ana

    • Posted by Monsune Reigns, at Reply

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    • Posted by Dark Man, at Reply

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    • Posted by Bill Anderson, at Reply

      You’re gay if you wouldn’t pipe ana

    • Posted by Vanguard, at Reply

      Dark Man loves getting intellectually shafted by his psychological masters all day, he’s just trying to emulate how they talk when they see his mentally pliable kind.

    • Posted by Dark Man, at Reply


  9. Posted by Greg Raines, at Reply

    Exactly. I just put solar in a year ago which generates about 90% of my annual electric needs at a cost which will be paid off in 5 years or less at this rate with a guaranteed life on the panels of 25 years and on the grid tie inverter of 10 years. This obviously totally beats the cost of my gas, coal, nuclear supplied grid power. The inevitable demise of oil is now in place. Any investor that doesn’t realize this, looses.

    • Posted by Joe Scirrotto, at Reply

      Greg Raines you realise that oil will always be needed right? Vehicles don’t run on sunshine and smiles, they need something to burn in order to move

    • Posted by Bruce Morlack, at Reply

      Paul Swanee – all of this solar tech is beyond my understanding. is it safe to say, solar power is a viable option to the energy crisis? I mean the cost of oil , coal, natural gas, both financially and ecologically.

    • Posted by Shawn Doe, at Reply

      Joe Scirrotto Yeah, there’s no such thing as an electric car. Not a single one is electric. I have never conceived of, much less heard of, an electric car. I live in a cave.

  10. Posted by Y RB, at Reply

    Now if they want to finish the pipe line and put water in it… California, Az, NM, Colorado may be interested.

    • Posted by Lenard Segnitz, at Reply

      Y RB Pipeline for water would never be worth it. Going ahead with flooding the Rocky Mountain trench and diverting a bunch of Canadian rivers down the Columbia…

      I think Canadians would be receptive to sending water south if Americans could show some sense and give up on sprinkling water on lawns in the middle of deserts. And who the hell approved fountains in Vegas?

    • Posted by Benito Mussolini, at Reply

      No California needs to be nuked along with evreyone who live there. Total cansor.

    • Posted by Y RB, at Reply

      What would you do when California Didn’t pay your poor state the federal taxes we spend on your state? Go ahead kick us out of the Union, make our day.

    • Posted by Lenard Segnitz, at Reply

      Benito Mussolini You know California includes Hollywood, Silicon Valley and Napa Valley? Nuking California like that dickhead NRA guy is encouraging NK to do would plunge America into a deep depression. You may not like their politics but there’s no denying the economics.

  11. Posted by Kotobuki memes, at Reply

    Ana looks like she’s 40. She is aging pretty fast.

    • Posted by Troy Sims, at Reply

      You look like your 70

    • Posted by Bruce Morlack, at Reply

      Kotobuki memes – she looks much better with her hair down.

    • Posted by brentkn smith, at Reply

      If she looks 40 then she is a very fine 40.

    • Posted by Yojimbo413, at Reply

      Kotobuki memes she would do anything to stay youthful. She is so vain.

  12. Posted by chickadee, at Reply

    There are a huge reservoirs of jobs to be had in building clean energy infrastructure. If the Oil Dinosaurs would finally realize it’s over, this country could be booming!!!

    • Posted by Caleb Luft, at Reply

      chickadee the cost of solar is 2 times higher than the price of coal per kwh right now (wind is even less I think) there is no serious economic incentive to produce it on a large scale right now. But as the technology gets better, it will no doubt overtake fossil fuels.

  13. Posted by Susan B, at Reply

    the tar sands are the biggest mistake my country has ever made, worse even than the reason i would have given a few years ago; the treatment of indigenous peoples

    • Posted by Dudelsackpfeifer, at Reply


  14. Posted by USACA100, at Reply

    Trump is a failure of a president 😅

    • Posted by A Lopez, at Reply

      USACA100 Drumpt is the best worst president ever. That I can tell you. Sad…..

    • Posted by Whatever, at Reply

      USACA100 it’s okay to be a failure

  15. Posted by brentkn smith, at Reply

    I’m Canadian and we have known about the tar sands for a long time. We have always left it alone because the process to clean it from the sand was far too expensive.
    Along came Stephen Harper and he decided to sell the bitumen. Back then oil was expensive so the bitumen processing was more competitive. The other bad point is that processed bitumen is a younger oil and does not provide the same energy gains as US oil.
    Now there is a silver lining here. Stephen Harper lives in Alberta where the tar sands are located. It’s his backyard that he dug up and left that ugly mess. The tar sands site is roughly the same size as a city. Picture it, everywhere you look and nothing but black stinking stone, mud and sludge. Mordor looked better.
    But now that it is exposed, it is vulnerable to forest fires. And we have been getting a lot of forest fires this year.
    I am glad that nobody will be making money from that crap.

    • Posted by Terrence Osborne, at Reply

      brentkn smith – Harper was a narrow minded embarrassment. I think the Tar Sands will be dead within 10 years, as more and more electric tech and vehicles replace gas/diesel junkers. All the big toy trucks and SUVs will be scrap iron by 2030.

    • Posted by MrBonners, at Reply

      Bullshit. The Tar Sands has been operating and producing oil decade before Harper came along. Harper was federal and the natural resources are owned and processed entirely under provincial control. The federal government’s nothing to do with it until exportation becomes involved.

  16. Posted by Jordan Gabrielle, at Reply

    Privatize the profit, socialize the costs… that has undoubtedly been the most contributing factor in the lack of economic growth seen in the lower and middle classes. One can only imagine what a functioning democracy and true capitalist market would look like in the modern age.

    • Posted by Lenard Segnitz, at Reply

      Jordan Gabrielle Democracy has been dead for decades. The Citizens United was just legalizing the practice of bribery that was going on regardless. True capitalist markets are impossible, an ideal, a Utopia. Regulation and monopolistic behavior have always torn away at the ideal.

  17. Posted by HammerKawk, at Reply

    Member when Ben Shapiro called you a prostitute?

    • Posted by charlidog2, at Reply

      Shapiro is a theist. Who cares what he says? Only other idiots.

  18. Posted by irishinnj72, at Reply

    Europe is banning the production and sale of all gasoline and diesel cars and trucks by 2040. So when tens of millions are no longer buying gasoline or diesel, the oil industry is going to tank.

    • Posted by Leeloo Minai, at Reply

      Are tanks even allowed on public roads?

    • Posted by Lenard Segnitz, at Reply

      irishinnj72 Diesel!? I thought those were dieing out with the VW emissions scandal.

    • Posted by Joycelyn Antwi, at Reply

      Leeloo Minai they mean its going to crash when they say tank its a metaphor