The United States — and Pennsylvania in particular — is experiencing a revolution that’s fundamentally changed how and where we get the energy that powers our economy.
In response to America’s ongoing and positive energy progress, Buckeye has proposed partially reversing the flow of refined fuel products – namely gasoline and diesel fuel – along its Laurel Pipe Line.
This common sense, market-driven proposal will ensure Pennsylvania has expanded access to more lower-cost supplies of North American energy, which is a clear winner for consumers across the Commonwealth as well as our nation’s security. And experts agree.
We encourage you to learn more about this important project’s consumer and energy security benefits.
We can and must do better than the status quo, so please join other Pennsylvania consumers in making your voice heard today!
This common sense “proposal has received the support of civic and elected leaders, small businesses, trade unions and free-market analysts,” as the Washington Observer-Reporter has reported.
Tell Harrisburg that you support expanded access to American energy.