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Biden Power Sec. Jennifer Granholm admits that “pipe is one of the best ways” to maneuver gas – after the capstone is damaged off

During a press conference on Wednesday following the cyberattack on the Colonial Pipeline, Biden Department Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm said pipelines are the best way to deliver fuel to parts of the United States.

Note that Biden government official Granholm said this after President Joe Biden revoked a number of pipeline permits when he entered the White House in January, including Keystone XL.

The cyberattack on the Colonial Pipeline, which carries around 45% of the fuel consumed on the east coast, has resulted in gas shortages in some areas.

After Biden canceled the Keystone XL pipeline, Energy Secretary Granholm said “Pipe is the best way” to move fuel pic.twitter.com/fIRaIPN8YQ

– RNC Research (@RNCResearch), May 11, 2021

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Granholm: “Pipe is the best way to go”

A reporter asked Granholm, “How is it feasible to use rail cars to transport fuel to the affected areas? I know this is being watched. “

Granholm replied, “The DOT is looking into this and so we have to wait for your analysis to complete.”

Granholm continued: “These are not easy solutions as the right rail cars may or may not exist. The deepwater harbors may not be available for the Jones Act to respond. “

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“So in this particular area of ​​the country – that’s why we doubled down to make sure it was possible to move oil in gas,” she added.

Granholm continued: “But it is – the pipe is the best way. Because of this, hopefully this company, Colonial, will actually be able to get back up and running by the end of the week, as mentioned earlier. “

Absolutely scary. Never let a crisis end!

The White House reporter eagerly asks Energy Secretary Granholm how this gas shortage due to the colonial pipeline will help the government get people to accept renewable energy. pic.twitter.com/2EYiHvtVdP

– Curtis Houck (@CurtisHouck) May 11, 2021

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudea not happy canceled the Keystone Pipeline

It’s an interesting comment from Biden’s Secretary of Energy, as her boss Biden has effectively canceled the Keystone XL pipeline.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has expressed “disappointment” with Biden’s decision to get rid of the capstone.

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After a meeting between Trudeau and Biden in late January, Trudeau’s office issues a statement.

“The Prime Minister expressed Canada’s disappointment with the United States’ decision on the Keystone XL pipeline,” a statement said.

It added: “The Prime Minister underlined the important economic and energetic benefits of our bilateral energy relationship as well as his support for energy workers.”

The comment was not lost on Republican supporters of the pipeline.

“The whistle is the best way”.
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This gas crisis with Colonial underscores the importance of the Keystone pipeline! https://t.co/9gyITZC62M

– Rep. Jason Zachary (@JasonZacharyTN) May 12, 2021

🚨 WATCH → Joe Biden’s own energy minister admitted that “piping is the best way” to move fuel.

Why did Joe Biden cancel the Keystone XL pipeline?

Pure politics. pic.twitter.com/VRECpwVCUW

– Steve Scalise (@SteveScalise) May 12, 2021

Does this mean we are going back to the Keystone XL pipeline? https://t.co/moxzG4At0v

– Rep. Madison Cawthorn (@RepCawthorn) May 11, 2021

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