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You know there's another story in the news today that merits your attention president Obama's second term energy policy is beginning to take shape.
The president announcing his nominees for energy secretary EPA chief today with more on this -- in crates are.
Research fellow in energy economics at The Heritage Foundation welcome back to the show David always good to have you here.
Suing doing names out there now Eduard Department of Energy chief.
Head of the EPA do you see any big changes -- what the president's doing when it comes to energy.
I don't see any big changes certainly not the EPA Gina McCarthy.
Because the chief lieutenants or secretary Jackson -- -- likely to change anything she was in charge of the air standards which.
The ability of -- to be competitive may be eliminated all new coal plants.
In the Department of Energy.
I'm I'm hoping this -- owns a car so we can understand what the residents elect we pay four bucks a gallon to fill it up.
And the -- in favor fracking unfortunately the Department of Energy that's nothing to do -- tracking all that's regulated by the EPA and.
And the department of interior doesn't matter -- doesn't matter that believe our environment.
Don't get white catch one break it missile saying -- -- at the end of the day is that gonna do it maybe that's -- I got the job.
Well the you know I guess the story that I've been paying so much attention to is the Keystone Pipeline.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Says -- look at the end of today it's it's not a big threat to.
The the environment.
Shouldn't just go ahead what are they gonna pull the plug flip the switch get this thing going.
Right that this is the fourth iteration of the environmental impact statement all of them have said there's no significant environmental impact.
And this report.
Acknowledge that pointed out that.
I'm gonna have much of an impact on CO2 emissions which has been the big bugaboo.
Because that oil is gonna get to the refineries by trade by truck by barge by pipeline going in a different direction.
So it's not -- this decision won't have an impact on us CO2 emissions.
Why yes that's good -- what do you expect the -- administration to do at this point are they still gonna try to trip without where they gonna push ahead.
Who knows that -- there is a 45 day comment period followed by a thirty day sought -- period -- followed by some constipation and and his secretary of the delta Hesse.
And -- and a look -- I.
If I would excel barbecues on people I feel like a prisoner who submitted.
And appeal board times and the judges keep saying well all the evidence exonerated him minds and do the plot is coming back next year some and I don't know -- it you get the feeling maybe they don't like yeah.
High level Canadian official that said last week that he believes that this project will go forward maybe you know something we doubt David thanks for coming on the show tonight it was great to have you here thanks for having me.
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