"Keystone Xl Pipeline" Essays and Research Papers

  • Keystone Xl Pipeline

    242 A Ecology Dr. Otienoburu Keystone XL Pipeline The Keystone XL pipeline project is a project that aims to reduce the American dependence on oil from Venezuela and the Middle East by forty percent. The construction of this pipeline is vital to the security and economic growth of the United States. The pipeline project is aiming to be a 1,179 mile, 36-inch-diameter crude oil pipeline. This project is a combined effort of the Canadian and American governments. The pipeline is proposed to run from Hardisty...

    Democratic Party, Environmentalism, Keystone Pipeline 1573  Words | 6  Pages

  • Keystone Xl Pipeline

    Keystone XL Pipeline A proposed oil pipeline project will have the capacity to transport thounsands of barrels of crude oil to refineries in Oklahoma, Illinois, and the Gulf Coast of Texas. The Keystone XL is a 1,711-mile pipeline delivering Canadian crude oil to United States oil markets. This project is a response to the market demand for heavy crude oil in the Unites States. The pipeline will also be used to transport crude oil to the Cushing tank farm in the Midwest region. Many refineries...

    Cushing, Oklahoma, Gulf Coast of the United States, Keystone Pipeline 1440  Words | 4  Pages

  • Keystone XL Pipeline

    controversial, and much disputed issues surrounding the Keystone XL crude oil pipeline project. There are many pros and cons of the Keystone XL pipeline. It would make more sense to approve it and build it rather than sit and wait. We need to get away from importing Middle East oil and start producing more on our own soil. The Keystone pipeline would transport a crude oil alternative from Canada to the United States in Houston, Texas. The pipeline has rapidly gained exposure, this exposure can be attributed...

    Athabasca Oil Sands, Bitumen, Energy in Canada 1167  Words | 4  Pages

  • Keystone XL Pipeline: A Risky Venture

     Keystone XL Pipeline: A Risky Venture Introduction to Transportation Management, TLMT 311 Table of Contents Introduction 3 Overview of Issue 3-6 Supporters of Keystone XL Pipeline 6-7 Discussion of Opposition to Keystone XL Pipeline 7-8 Conclusion 9 References 10 Throughout history, The United States has been much reliant upon oil rich...

    Athabasca Oil Sands, Barack Obama, Energy in Canada 1950  Words | 10  Pages

  • The Keystone Pipeline

    The Keystone Pipeline The Keystone Pipeline is a pipeline system that holds oil and it runs through the United States and Canada. More specifically, it starts in Alberta, Canada at the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin and travels to oil refineries in Texas and Illinois as well as oil tank farms and an oil pipeline distribution center located in Cushing, Oklahoma. The Keystone Pipeline consists of three phases as well as one more operation that was awaiting approval but has been rejected. The...

    Bitumen, Cushing, Oklahoma, Energy in Canada 896  Words | 3  Pages

  • Keystone Pipeline

    2005, the TransCanada proposed a pipeline system that would be able to transport crude oil from Canada into the United States. The pipeline was given the name the Keystone Pipeline System. Originally, the pipeline was to run from Alberta, Canada to refineries in Illinois. However, in 2008 another proposition was raised in order to extend the pipeline even further to down to Texas. The proposition is known as the Keystone XL. The possible construction of the pipeline is a controversial topic. Entrepreneurs...

    Bitumen, Carbon dioxide, Energy in Canada 1964  Words | 5  Pages

  • Keystone Pipeline

     Keystone Pipeline By McKenzie Sneddon Abstract This paper describes the Keystone XL pipeline proposal and the process required for federal approval. In summary key arguments in favor of the pipeline, why the pipeline is so beneficial to the U.S. and, how much oil the U.S. consumes. The paper also talks about where the U.S. outside oil is coming from. The paper lastly reviews the constitutional basis for the State Department’s authority to issue a Presidential...

    Gulf War, Iran, Keystone Pipeline 1039  Words | 10  Pages

  • Keystone XL

    With the proposed Canadian Keystone XL Pipeline in the midst of approval, Americans can look forward to the potential of job growth and less dependencies upon foreign imports. The project proposes a 1,179 mile, 36 inch-diameter crude oil pipe. Crude oil a petroleum product is a liquid composed of hydrocarbons, organic compounds and small amounts of metal. It is created through the heating and compression of organic materials, over a long time period. The pipeline would start in the town of Hardisty...

    Athabasca Oil Sands, Carbon dioxide, Energy in Canada 1062  Words | 3  Pages

  • Keystone Pipeline

    Keystone XL Pipeline The Keystone XL Pipeline system is used for transporting oil from the Athabasca oil sands in Alberta Canada to the United States. There are four different phases of this pipeline. Phases one and two are already complete. The first phase of the pipeline starts at the Keystone Hardisty Terminal in Canada and stops at Wood River and Patoka, Illinois, and then phase two starts in Steele City, Nebraska and stretches down to Cushing, Oklahoma. The completed pipeline is over 2000 miles...

    Alberta, Canada, Energy in Canada 1029  Words | 3  Pages

  • keystone pipeline Canada to U.S

     KEYSTONE PIPELINE XL: CANADA TO UNITED STATES The Canadian company Trans Canada hopes to begin building the northern section of an oil pipeline that would trek close to 2000 miles from Alberta, Canada to the Gulf Coast of Texas. If constructed the pipeline known as Keystone XL will carry one of the dirtiest fuels tar sands oil. Along its route from Alberta to Texas this pipeline could devastate ecosystem, pollute waste resources and jeopardize public health. Giant oil corporations invested in...

    Athabasca Oil Sands, Bitumen, Energy in Canada 1663  Words | 5  Pages

  • Keystone

    my final essay because its main focus is on how the pipeline affects global warming. Biello explains that these oil sands emit twice as much greenhouse gas per barrel compared to Saudi Arabia’s oil. He believes that some environmental scientists see tapping the oil sands as a disastrous tipping point for global warming. His perspective is that we seek to reduce our dependency on fossil fuels. Koening, Brian. “Approving The Keystone XL Pipeline.” New American. 27 .20 12 Mar 2011: 15-18. The author...

    Athabasca Oil Sands, Energy in Canada, Greenhouse gas 1343  Words | 4  Pages

  • An Argumentative Essay Regarding the building of the Keystone pipeline

    be whether or not to approve the building of the Keystone XL pipeline, a massively sized, and massively controversial oil pipeline that would stretch all the way from Alberta Canada, to American oil refineries along the Gulf Of Mexico. Despite the economic incentive present, the building of the Keystone XL pipeline should not happen because of the environmental risks posed, and the fact that it bolsters our dependence on fossil fuels. Oil pipelines are prone to environmentally devastating spills...

    Fossil fuel, Keystone Pipeline, Natural gas 2019  Words | 6  Pages

  • Keystone XL Pipeline

    Zach DeMarco English 102 Amy Prochaska 5 March 2015 The XL Problems With The Keystone Pipeline In 2015, the people of the world face a vast amount of dilemmas. From with where they are going to get their energy. The most effective resources are nonrenewable unfortunately. This means that someday these resources will run out, but these resources are what fuel the economy of the world. The civilized person is so dependent on fossil fuels; They are willing to harm their environment in order to extract...

    Economy of the United States, Energy in Canada, Environmentalism 675  Words | 3  Pages

  • risk paper 1

     DEPLOYMENT OF KEYSTONE PIPELINE SYSTEM RISK MANAGEMENT PLAN PROJ 595- PROJECT RISK MANAGEMENT 09/22/2013 TABLE OF CONTENT 1. ABSTRACT 2. FAULT TREE ONE 2.1 FAULT TREE ANALYSIS ONE 3. EVENT TREE 3.1 EVENT TREE ANALYSIS 4. CONCLUSIONS 5. REFERENCES ABSTRACT The project report is designed to select a major construction project and prepare a risk management plan for that construction project. The project report is a part of the course Project Risk...

    Athabasca Oil Sands, Keystone Pipeline, Oil sands 1757  Words | 6  Pages

  • The Paper

    The Keystone Pipeline (Where? and What?) According to the article, “Keystone XL: The Pipeline To Energy Security”, “The Keystone XL Pipeline ("Keystone XL") represents one of the most promising economic opportunities currently available” (Terry, 2012). The quote above is very much what the people of the United States would unarguably desire to hear. So the question is: What is the Keystone Pipeline, and where will it be located? The answer to the first question is, The Keystone pipeline system...

    Economy of the United States, Keystone Pipeline, Petroleum 1133  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Economy vs the Enviroment

    TransCanada, “a leader in North American energy production” (Canadian Business Resource) and its subsidiary, TransCanada Pipelines Limited has a seven billion dollar plan to create jobs by extending the already existing Keystone Pipeline. The Keystone pipeline harvests oil from the tar sands in Hardesty, Alberta then runs the crude oil to Patoka, Illinois. The plan is to extend the pipeline from Hardesty to run through Montana, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, and Oklahoma to finally end in Port Arthur...

    Barack Obama, Energy in Canada, Heavy crude oil 1051  Words | 4  Pages

  • Argumentative Essay - Rising Gas Prices: Who Is to Blame?

    Plans are moving forward yet slowly to build a pipeline to transport synthetic crude oil from Canada through the US to gain access to one of the largest oil reserves in the world. The CIA predicts the West Canadian Basin holds some 175 billion barrels of oil (Davenport). The Keystone Pipeline could bring 830,000 barrels of oil per day to the US which is about half of what we import just from the Middle Eastern countries (Degenhardt). The Keystone XL Pipeline plans have been slow moving in part due to...

    Keystone Pipeline, Natural gas, Oil reserves 942  Words | 3  Pages

  • Keystone Pipeline Project

    Keystone Pipeline Project The United States is a fossil fuel hungry nation whose economy, markets, and transportation is highly dependent on the abundance of crude oil and petroleum. Although there is roughly 85.9 billion barrels of undiscovered technically recoverable crude oil currently in the form of oil shale located beneath our soil, we still rely on imports from foreign countries. With a crude oil and petroleum product net import of 7,270 thousand barrels per day the United States is one...

    Cushing, Oklahoma, Energy in Canada, Keystone Pipeline 2700  Words | 8  Pages

  • Tar Sands

    20 June 2014 Say No to Keystone XL Pipeline America is the largest consumer of oil than any other country and a lot of our oil comes from foreign countries. An oil pipeline project has been proposed from TransCanada called “Keystone XL Pipeline”. It is a pipeline system that will transport the world’s dirtiest fuel tar sands oil to the U.S Gulf Coast and Midwest refineries. This pipeline would cross six states in the U.S which are Montana, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. This...

    Bitumen, Energy in Canada, Keystone Pipeline 1367  Words | 5  Pages

  • Off Shore Drilling Outline

    has created oil pipelines to extract this oil from the sea floor, to be used domestically. 1. This pipeline project is referred to as Keystone XL. a) The Keystone Pipeline already exists running from oil sand fields in Alberta, Canada into the U.S., ending in Cushing, Oklahoma. b) Inability by the government in decision making, protests and legal processes have delayed the completion of the pipeline. 2. TransCanada, a Canadian energy company proposes that the pipeline should be extended...

    Economy of the United States, Keystone Pipeline, Natural gas 1810  Words | 4  Pages

  • Position Paper

    United States is in no state to repeat its history. The Keystone Pipeline is a system that transports crude oil and bitumen from Alberta, Canada to multiple sites in the United States. Adding the Keystone XL Pipeline to the already existing Keystone Pipeline in the U.S. would harm the land and human health if there were to be a spill as dramatic as the one we encountered in 2010. While working towards the approval of the Keystone XL Pipeline, the project was faced with many lawsuits and rejections...

    Aquifer, Human, Keystone Pipeline 640  Words | 2  Pages

  • The Keystone Xl Pipeline Project

    Build? The Keystone XL Pipeline Project has many pros and cons just as any project does, but this project has way bigger cons than most projects this country will face today. “The Keystone XL Pipeline is an environmental crime in progress.” “It’s also been called the most destructive project on the planet.” The major issues with the Keystone XL Pipeline are “the dirty tar sands oil, the water waste, indigenous populations, refining tar sands oil and don’t forget the inevitable; pipeline spills.” And...

    Bitumen, Exxon Valdez oil spill, Natural gas 1293  Words | 4  Pages

  • Keystone XL Pipeline

    Keystone XL Pipeline As controversy continues to rise, political and moral disputes encompass the decision to construct the extension of a tunnel containing a composition of today’s most beloved resource, and what has been referred to as “black gold” by the Arabs during the 20th century oil boom. The Keystone XL Pipeline would potentially transport thousands of barrels of oil from its source in Alberta, Canada, to refineries throughout the Midwest and Gulf Coast region of the United States. The...

    Bitumen, Energy independence, Gulf Coast of the United States 1058  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Keystone XL Pipeline

    The Keystone XL Pipeline Mary M. OgdenPSY460 - Environmental PsychologyOctober 22, 2014 Dr. Bianca Booker Keystone XL Pipeline The Keystone pipeline is a pipeline that will carry 900,000 barrels of a mixture of synthetic crude oil and a combination of bitumen and diluents. This pipeline already goes from Canada to Missouri, but plans are in place to extend this pipeline down to refineries in Texas and then out to the Gulf Coast. There are several debates and articles supporting and opposing...

    Bitumen, Heavy crude oil, Natural gas 994  Words | 2  Pages

  • Keystone Pipeline

    Ethics January 15, 2013 Keystone XL Pipeline Project Have you ever wondered how toxic sludge is transported from where it was created to where it is disposed of? Well, this has become a hot button issue in the White House. Apparently, there are enormous pipes buried in ground right now transporting barrels of tar sands oil in America’s mid-west. The purpose of these pipes is to move crude oil from one place to another. Another reason for the Pipelines is to meet the needs of the...

    Athabasca Oil Sands, Bitumen, Heavy crude oil 1086  Words | 3  Pages

  • Keystone Pipeline Debate

    The Keystone Pipeline Debate Before one can form an opinion on whether the Keystone Pipeline should or should not be built, they should first know what it is, and hear both sides of the argument. The Keystone Pipeline System is an oil pipeline system in Canada and the United States, commissioned since 2010. It runs from the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin in Alberta to refineries in Illinois and Texas, and also to oil tank farms and oil pipeline distribution center in Cushing, Oklahoma. Three...

    Athabasca Oil Sands, Carbon dioxide, Coal 1433  Words | 6  Pages

  • A Look at the Keystone Pipeline

    Regulatory Environment – a Look at the Keystone Pipeline Abstract/Executive Summary TransCanada's proposed Keystone XL pipeline is a $7 billion project to bring heavy, sour crude oil from tar sands production in Alberta, Canada to Port Arthur, Texas for refining. It has sparked an ongoing struggle as advocates and opponents of the project make their case in various ways to the Obama Administration (Anonymous, 2011, Keystone XL Exposed). But is this pipeline ethically the right thing to do? ...

    Athabasca Oil Sands, Bitumen, Energy in Canada 1425  Words | 4  Pages

  • Keystone Xl Pipeline

    President Obama should reject the Keystone XL pipeline. Canadian Alberta Oil Sands production is set to double by 2020, and the oil companies must find new markets for this oil. The key enabler to transport all this excess oil into new markets is a company called TransCanada, a Canadian pipeline company. Keystone XL pipeline is a project proposed by TransCanada with 1,179 mile (1,897 km), 36-inch diameter crude oil pipeline beginning in Hardisty, Alberta, Canada and extending south through American...

    Athabasca Oil Sands, Canada, Natural gas 615  Words | 2  Pages

  • The Keystone XL Pipeline: Environmental Impact

    The Keystone XL Pipeline: Environmental Impact Abstract. The topic of global oil production is becoming a well-recognized political issue, as it should, but the environmental impacts need to be addressed as well. The recent development project of the Canadian oil sands has been put into the spotlight after the TransCanada Company applied for a permit allowing their Keystone XL pipeline. Introduction. The Keystone XL pipeline is a project of oil companies invested in tar sands oil, which...

    Athabasca Oil Sands, Carbon dioxide, Greenhouse gas 2539  Words | 8  Pages

  • Keystone Pipeline

    Billy Fitzgerald 3-13-12 Keystone Pipeline The Keystone Pipeline is a system that transports oil from Canada into the U.S. The owner of this Pipeline is TransCanada, who proposed the idea back in October of 2005. However, the construction on the Pipeline didn’t go under way until 2008. It took TransCanada over two years to acquire all the necessary state and federal permits for the pipeline. The pipeline runs for over 2100 miles, through a number of states and provinces throughout the...

    Canada, Economy, Economy of the United States 506  Words | 2  Pages

  • Keystone Pipeline

    Keystone Pipeline Neeraj Prasad The Keystone Pipeline represents the worst environmental outcome for not only the United States, but for the world. A possible pipeline will hurt the economy, increase unemployment rate, affect the health of millions of people, and boost greenhouse gas emissions, speeding up the rate of global warming. The project creates 1179 miles pipeline underground in replacement of the existing shorter one to transport crude oil from Tar Sands in Canada to refineries across...

    Aquifer, Barack Obama, Canada 428  Words | 2  Pages

  • PipeLines

    Pipeline Argumentative Enbridge, the world leader in crude oil pipelines, proposed a pipeline running from a tar sand oil plant in Bruderheim, Alberta to Kitimat, British Columbia. If passed, this pipeline will ship hundreds of barrels of oil a day to a port in Kitimat, where the majority will be shipped to Asia. Enbridge claims that there will be large economic benefits (jobs), especially local. However, there a many risks, economical, environmentally, and negative health effects such as...

    Bitumen, British Columbia, Exxon Valdez oil spill 1399  Words | 4  Pages

  • Keystone Species

     A keystone species is defined as one that has a critical role in determining and maintaining the overall relationship of plants and animals within an ecosystem. If a keystone species is removed or declines, the nature of the ecosystem will change dramatically. Sea Otters — A Classic Keystone Species The classic tale of a keystone species is that of the sea otter, which was once found in abundance along the West Coast of North America. The story goes something like this: 1. European and...

    Alaska, Alaska Peninsula, Aleutian Islands 1207  Words | 4  Pages

  • Keystone Computers

    Keystone Computers & Networks Accounting Issues Case By Martin Esquivias (1331134) Econ 112 Auditing Attestation Ringo Company Receivable: After reviewing the account receivable for Ringo Pistachio Company, I have determined that the account is now a loss contingency. After close consideration, I have concluded that FASB ASC 450-20 is applicable to this situation. The codification requires the accrual of a loss when it is probable that an asset has been impaired at the date of the...

    Accounts receivable, Balance sheet, Current asset 900  Words | 4  Pages

  • Civil Disobedience: Cost of Change

    Aila Pena Dr. Schuetze-Coburn Contemporary Composition, Period 5 March 4, 2013 Civil Disobedience: The cost of change More than 40,000 strong activists from the Sierra Club protested at the White House to reject the Keystone XL Pipeline proposal. They protested because they the extraction of tar sand oil and moving it from Canada to Texas will pollute the groundwater in the surface (Hammel). Civil disobedience is “the active, professed refusal to obey certain laws, demands, and commands of...

    Barack Obama, Civil disobedience, Henry David Thoreau 1485  Words | 4  Pages

  • Prison Pipeline

    Research Question: What is the “school-to-prison pipeline,” and what steps have various reform groups taken to halt the funneling of students into the criminal justice system in major U.S. cities over the past five years? Relevance: The school-to-prison pipeline plagues schools and youth across the country, specifically minority and disabled students in urban areas. Due to policies employed in elementary and secondary schools across the United States, students are funneled directly from...

    American Civil War, City University of New York, Civil liberties 801  Words | 3  Pages

  • Domestication of Energy

    fracking could offset a third of current oil imports by the year 2020 (Howarth, Ingraffea, and Engelder 272). Another environmental aspect to the domestication of energy is the Keystone XL pipeline. President Obama is against the pipeline do to the lack of economic benefits (“Securing American Energy”). The Keystone XL is a pipeline that would take fossil fuels from the border of the U.S. and Canada and take it to refineries along the Gulf of Mexico, mainly in Texas. It was proposed by the Canadian energy...

    Barack Obama, Democratic Party, Iraq War 1470  Words | 4  Pages

  • Gas Pipeline

    essay on pak iran gas pipeline The Iran–Pakistan gas pipeline, also known as the Peace pipeline,is a under construction pipeline to deliver natural gas from Iran to Pakistan. introduction background The idea was conceived by a young Pakistani civil engineer Malik Aftab Ahmed Khan in mid 1950s, when an article of his was published by the Military College of Engineering, Risalpur. The article Persian Pipeline also mentioned the method for its protection along the hostile territory by establishing...

    Asif Ali Zardari, Benazir Bhutto, Electric power transmission 1119  Words | 4  Pages

  • Keystone Computers

    ACC 410 Auditing Keystone Computer’s & Networks, Inc. Jacob Burdick January 16, 2012 In preparing for the audit all aspects of a company need to be reviewed. For the preparation of the audit several things must be considered as define in the following pages. The primary focus of the audit is to determine the economic status as well as determine the operational performance of a company. I. Analysis of Audit Strategy A. Objectives of the Engagement 1. To describe...

    Audit, Bad debt, Balance sheet 1817  Words | 7  Pages

  • Swot Analysis for Keystone Bank

    SWOT ANALYSIS FOR KEYSTONE BANK Strengths: Keystone has a few strengths looking at its present financial condition financial statements. However, the bank is willing and able to pay higher competitive rates compared to other banks in the area. This is likely to send a strong signal to potential customers who may wish to take advantage of the rates by increasing their core deposits at Keystone Bank. Also, increasing local economic activities can also be viewed as strength to keystone. This is because...

    Asset, Balance sheet, Bank 990  Words | 3  Pages

  • Ipi Gas Pipeline

    Iran-Pakistan-India (IPI) Gas Pipeline is envisioned as harbinger of development and prosperity for South Asia. Often it is termed as “Peace Pipeline” as it could fulfill the energy requirements of energy-starved economies of these developing countries. The idea of IPI Gas Pipeline was conceived in 1995 when Iran and Pakistan signed an initial agreement for construction of the pipeline linking the Iranian South Pars natural gas fields in the Persian Gulf with Karachi. But later on, Iran suggested...

    Economics, Iran, Natural gas 1659  Words | 4  Pages

  • Keystone Pipeline

    CIVIL ENGINEERING Term Project: Systems Analysis of a Large-Scale Facility Spring 2014 The CEE 3000 term project requires you to examine and conduct a system analysis of a large- scale civil-engineered facility to assess the sustainability of the facility using the Sustainability Engineering (SE) framework presented in the course. The purpose of the system analysis will be to assess how sustainable or unsustainable the facility is and what actions can be taken to improve it. The project will...

    Ecological economics, Economics, English-language films 303  Words | 2  Pages

  • Gas And Oil Pipelines In U

     Yiyan Cao [Final] Draft 3 GS720 (03) 11/19/2014 The U.S. Oil and Gas Pipeline System Introduction Pipes are utilized to transport liquids, gases and chemically stable substance. The history of oil and gas pipelines started in 1859, after the first commercial oil well was drilled in Pennsylvania. i Since then, sophisticated pipelines systems have been established in North America to transport oil, natural gas and petroleum from extraction site to refinery and then distribute the products...

    Hydrocarbon, Natural gas, Oil field 1128  Words | 9  Pages

  • Tar Sands

    Alberta, Canada. Extracting oil from tar sands is an extremely costly and immensely dirty way of obtaining fuel. There is currently a plan to build a pipeline, the Keystone XL, which will run from the supply of tar sands in Albert down the western United States to refineries in Texas. There are two major concerns when dealing with the creation of this pipeline and the increased use of tar sands. There is the unavoidable fear that this pipe with leak partnered with the fact that refining tar sands causes...

    Alberta, Athabasca Oil Sands, Bitumen 2434  Words | 6  Pages

  • Design of Cross Country Pipeline

    University of Petroleum & Energy Studies Major Project “A Study of Multi-Product Cross Country Pipeline” “Progress Report” Mentor Members Anvesh Srivastava (R010207016) Adarsh Kumar Arya Chanchal Kumar Tiwari (R010207020) ...

    Fluid dynamics, Mode of transport, Petrochemical 1359  Words | 7  Pages

  • Arizona Gas Pipeline

    Arizona Gas Pipeline On July 30, 2003 an Arizona gas pipeline owned and operated by the Houston, Texas based company, Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, burst in Tucson and was shut down. A small portion of the 11-mile pipeline, which is about five feet underground burst and at least 10,000 gallons of gasoline spilled; the pipeline rupture spewed gasoline 50 feet into the air. The Arizona gas pipeline cuts through Tucson's South and West sides en route from El Paso, Texas to Phoenix, Arizona and...

    Arizona, Demand curve, Encarta 855  Words | 3  Pages

  • Biztalk Receive Pipeline Woes

    BizTalk Server 2004: Receieve Pipeline woes v2 A few days ago I posted an article on certain behaviours we had observed and investigated in relation to BizTalk receive pipelines.   If anyone has been reading the feedback to the post, you will be aware that since then I’ve managed to make some further headway in this matter.   My previous article simply described the behaviour and offered some speculation.   I now know more about the causes.   This new article is intended to replace the previous...

    Inter-process communication, Java, Mutator method 2739  Words | 7  Pages

  • Republican Strategy for Drilling on Federal Land

    very different for both tickets in this year’s election. Differences were very clear on each party’s stances on drilling on Federal Land. Romney was very adamant on increasing drilling on Federal Land and also creating the much controversial Keystone XL Pipeline. During Obama’s first term, production of natural gas on the United States Federal Land has decreased from 35% to 21%. Though, his dismay of drilling has come after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in which millions of barrels of oil polluted...

    Barack Obama, Democratic Party, Federal government of the United States 830  Words | 3  Pages

  • School to Prison Pipeline

     Topic: School-to-Prison Pipeline Research Paper What is meant by the school-to-prison pipeline? What are ways to address this problem? The school-to-prison pipeline is a devastating part of reality for all too many students. The pipeline in definition is simply a term representing the tendency for certain students to easily end up in prison during or shortly after schooling. To decrease this tendency, it is important that teachers are aware of the issue and...

    Dropout, Education, High school 1948  Words | 6  Pages

  • A Pipeline of Good Intentions

    discovered in 1990s that it has oil in one of the cities specifically Doba unfortunately Chad is landlocked where they wanted to build a pipeline that pass by the southern west of Chad and it ends up near the Gulf of Guinea, Chad is a very poor country plagued by civil wars, dictatorships, and invasions by foreign powers. Chad is also landlocked, meaning that a pipeline through neighboring Cameroon had to be built to allow for the shipping of Chad’s oil. It had no source of funds where it had to seek...

    Chad, OPEC, Peak oil 838  Words | 3  Pages

  • School to prison pipeline

    The School-to-Prison Pipeline Historical civil rights movements have fought against major problems of racism, such as slavery and segregation; however, racism has taken on many different forms in present day society. Although segregation and racial profiling no longer legally exist in America’s K-12 public school system, minority students now find themselves at risk of facing racial profiling inside the classroom. When being treated for misbehavior at school, oftentimes African American students...

    African American, Crime, Criminology 1909  Words | 9  Pages

  • Oil and Gas Pipeline Integrity Mangement

    Oil & Gas Pipeline Integrity Management Preface One of the primary goals of Oil and Gas pipeline operators is to ensure continuous and reliable delivery of crude/refined products to customers while ensuring safety of its employees, the public, customers, environment and its assets. They are faced with the increasingly complex process of maintaining the delivery of crude oil/gas/refined products at the minimal cost and impact on the surrounding environment. Pipelines are exposed to various risks...

    Corrosion, Evaluation, Pipeline integrity management 1960  Words | 7  Pages

  • School to Prison Pipeline

    School-to-Prison Pipeline: Does the Current Educational System Demonize or Criminalize Our Youth? In today’s society our children go down one of two paths: become successful or become criminals. The question then must be asked: have we allowed our children to be tracked down such opposite paths by using discipline as an excuse? There may well be an argument that ultimately the school and prison system have nothing to do with one another; however, I believe they have become one in the same...

    Education, Education in the United States, High school 2888  Words | 7  Pages

  • Immunetics, Inc. - Product Pipeline Analysis, 2014 Update

    products such as diagnostic tests, blood screening and blotting instruments. Immunetics diagnostic tests include Anthrax, Lyme and HIV. Its blood screenings include BacTx and BacTx analyzer. The companys blotting instruments include miniblotter. Its pipeline products include babesia blood screening test, chagas immunoblot test and fungal pathogen molecular test. Immunetics develops and markets various FDA-cleared products, including a test for Lyme disease. The company offers customers support services...

    Cancer, Clinical trial, Infectious disease 576  Words | 3  Pages

  • Production Functions and Cost Functions in Oil Pipelines

    1. For an 18-inch pipeline designed for 150,000 barrels per day, what is the short-run cost per barrel (per thousand miles) of transporting crude oil if the throughput is (a) 50,000 barrels per day (b) 100,000 barrels per day (c) 150,000 barrels per day? Using chart 7, a) Cost of transporting 50,000 barrels would be 30 cents. b) Cost of transporting 100,000 barrels would be 17 cents. c) Cost of transporting 150,000 barrels would 16 cents. 2. Can a 16-inch pipeline with 10,000 horsepower transport...

    Barrel, Costs, Economics 863  Words | 4  Pages

  • Deloitte & Touche: a Hole in the Pipeline

    Deloitte & Touche: A hole in the pipeline The main problem at Deloitte & Touche in January 1991 was to retain talented woman in the company. Hiring and retaining the same percentage of man and women has always been a strategic priority for the company. In Deloitte & Touche were hired the best students, naturally half men and half women, soon after their graduation (in audit and tax services business) or after an MBA program (in the consulting business); they were trained and given a mentor. The...

    Battalion, Black-and-white films, Deloitte 1785  Words | 5  Pages

  • Baku-Tblisi-Ceyhan Pipeline and the Kurdish Issue

    Baku-Tblisi-Ceyhan Pipeline and the Kurdish Issue The Baku-Tblisi-Ceyhan (BTC) oil pipeline links the Caspian sea to the Eastern Mediterranean, it runs 1, 768 km long and is the second longest oil pipeline in the former Soviet Union, extending through the former Soviet republics of Azerbaijan and Georgia, as well as Turkey. At its capacity it can pump up to 1 million barrels (160,00 m3) of oil per day. The construction of the pipeline was a massive undertaking costing upwards of US$3.9 billion...

    Armenia, Baku, Baku–Tbilisi–Ceyhan pipeline 1612  Words | 5  Pages

  • Keystone Species

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