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Often lost in the political wrangling over the controversial Keystone XL pipeline – on hold after President Obama rejected TransCanada’s initial construction proposal – are some key findings that run counter to the rosy picture of abundant supply and ...
The Christian Science Monitor · ByMark Clayton · 3/9/2012
Although Congress is pushing toward a vote on the Keystone XL pipeline, one question regarding the controversial energy project remains subject to debate -- whether it would lower or raise U.S. gas prices. Keystone would transport crude oil from the tar ...
CBS News · 11/17/2014
An announcement is expected later today that will delay the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline. In the meantime, let’s take a look at where the pipeline would go through Texas. Which counties in Texas would be affected by the Keystone XL pipeline?
State Impact · ByTerrence Henry · 1/18/2012
The demonstrators are hoping to convince President Obama to reject federal approval for the line, which aims to carry crude oil from Canada and North Dakota’s Bakken Shale to the U.S. Gulf Coast. But if opponents of the Keystone pipeline are going to ...
Slate · 2/20/2013
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- A solid majority of Americans think the U.S. government should approve of building the Keystone XL pipeline, while 29% think it should not. Republicans are almost twice as likely as Democrats to want the government to approve the …
Call UP · ByElizabeth Mendes · 3/22/2012
“The Keystone pipeline is one of the defining elements of Obama’s energy legacy,” Webber said in an interview. “John Kerry doesn’t have an energy legacy.” The State Department says Kerry will weigh environmental, diplomatic and economic …
News Max · 3/10/2014
If President Obama approves the hot-button Keystone XL pipeline, TransCanada has plenty of work to do to build the Montana-to-Nebraska connection. This is how its engineers plan to do it. Share After more than four years of controversy, the Obama ...
Popular Mechanics · 4/8/2013
If we look at how many 'work years' the construction of Keystone XL generates (by multiplying the number of workers by the weeks of work and dividing by fifty two for the weeks in a year), the data come together this way: – Montana: 4,000 construction ...
Live Science · 8/7/2013
President Barack Obama vetoed legislation that approved construction of the Keystone XL pipeline. After Congress passed the bill earlier this month, Obama made good on his many promises to veto the bill Tuesday afternoon, after which he notified the Senate.
CNBC · 2/24/2015
Some of the output will flow to U.S. markets through the existing Keystone pipeline; some will be shipped via rail (itself a far from environmentally benign solution), and some will be transported domestically in Canada. In the short term, lower oil prices ...
The Fiscal Times · BySuzanne Mcgee · 12/3/2014