Talk:Debate: Keystone XL US-Canada oil pipeline
re: "Oil pipelines are very expensive. Brad Carson, the director of the National Energy Policy Institute, said to Living on Earth in June of 2011: "it’s very, very expensive. The oil infrastructure in this country and around the world is billions, if not trillions, of dollars of investment.""
This doesn't make any sense as an argument against building it. It is economically viable to the company building it, which means that it is, by definitions, NOT very expensive. The cost spent on food across the planet is a lot, but it is worth it for most of us. Myclob 21:30, 9 March 2012 (EST)