ANALYSIS: It took some fairly simple math for one Berkeley professor to claim the U.S. State Department is wrong about Keystone XL.
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HOUSTON (Reuters) – The controversial Keystone XL pipeline will receive President Obama’s blessing and be built to transport crude oil from Canada to Texas, TransCanada Corp (TRP.TO: Quote) Chief Executive Russ Girling predicted on Tuesday.
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WASHINGTON – U.S. President Barack Obama told governors at a White House meeting on Monday he expects a decision on whether to allow the Keystone XL crude oil pipeline from Canada in the next couple of months, Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin told reporters.
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WASHINGTON — The hurdles standing before the Keystone XL pipeline project grew ever taller Wednesday as a Nebraska court dealt the long-delayed project another significant setback.
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Steve Williams, CEO of Suncor Energy, tells BNN if approved, the Keystone XL pipeline will not only help the oil sands company grow, but will attract global capital into Canada.
EDMONTON – Canada’s ambassador to the United States says stopping the Keystone XL pipeline won’t stop an increasing amount of Alberta oil from getting to the Gulf Coast.
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EDMONTON – Premier Alison Redford said Friday the U.S. State Department “accepted and understood” Alberta’s arguments in favour of the Keystone XL pipeline and she is pleased at the findings in the Environmental Impact Study.
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It wouldn’t be an understatement to say the oilsands have been taking a beating in terms of public relations.
Just look at all the pushback to Keystone XL in Nebraska, Northern Gateway in Alberta and B.C., and a pipeline reversal project in Ontario, Quebec and New England states.
Over the years, both industry and government have tried various tactics to overcome Alberta crude’s stigma.
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