Media Review: Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders wants to prosecute oil and gas executives.

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This is a news compilation setting the record straight on the day’s top stories about the oil and gas industry.


Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders wants to prosecute oil and gas executives.

Last Thursday, MSNBC hosted a climate change forum for Democratic presidential nominee candidatesto talk about their proposals to tackle this issue. Few candidates recognized the importance of hydrocarbons but one stood egregiously against these critical resources. Senator Bernie Sanders continued his radical bias against the oil and gas industry by proposing to criminally charge oil and gas executives. He claims that they only destroy the environment.

Here some facts about Canadian Hydrocarbons that show why he’s wrong:

If Bernie Sanders knew that the Canadian oil and gas industry is a leader in environmental standards he would be putting oil and gas executives on national monuments, not in handcuffs.


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Next federal government should seize golden opportunity to sell more energy to India

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Exporting to India will lower global emissions.


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New pipeline project seeks to get western oil to the East Coast

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Pipelines and lower global emissions go hand in hand.

 


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Any province could veto a major pipeline under an NDP government, says Singh

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Canadians want pipelines.

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