Keystone XL

Consumer energy group's Whatley discusses pipeline's job-creating potential

With President Obama making headlines this week on the future of the Keystone XL pipeline and its job-creating potential, industry, consumer and environmental groups are all weighing in on the accuracy of the jobs numbers. During today's OnPoint, Michael Whatley, executive vice president at the Consumer Energy Alliance, explains why he believes jobs estimates are higher than those cited by the president. He also weighs in on why jobs numbers among Keystone supporters and industry groups are so varied and have changed since the State Department's initial review of the project.