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Donald Trump campaigned on a vow to approve the controversial project.
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Keystone and Trans-Mountain put together might not be enough pipeline.
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By approving Keystone XL's construction throughout the U.S., a President Trump would ensure prosperity for millions of ordinary Canadians. If that fever catches on, the Energy East pipeline and other pipelines through British Columbia could also provide a boost to Canada's prosperity.
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Obama rejected it, but that could change under Trump.
The NEB is ordering TransCanada to do some cleanup in two places.
David Wilkins, who was ambassador during the presidency of George W. Bush, says there was no need to take seven years to announce a decision.
It is perfectly possible to talk about energy and climate in the same breath. It is not a tussle between good and bad. Whether you're government, a oil major, an advocate, a journalist or an observer, it's about doing the right things, in the right way, and sooner rather than later.
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“It was not necessary to be quite so critical in the way they described our energy product."
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Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi always expressed his disappointment.
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A seven-year saga comes to an end.
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"I would hope that (Trudeau) would quickly engage with the president on that point. Because there's no pipeline that would be more valuable to Canada than XL.''
BAKER, Mont. - U.S. President Barack Obama's claims about the long-delayed Keystone XL pipeline have been raising eyebrows lately in this tiny oil-industry town in eastern Montana.The locals smell fal...
First, Keystone XL does NOT "bypass the United States," as the President claimed it did in the earlier statement. A consultants report from IHS Energy found in February that "Canadian crude making its way to the USGC (the US Gulf Coast) will likely be refined there, and most of the refined products are likely to be consumed in the United States."
WASHINGTON - Canada's ambassador to the U.S. likes to joke that he walks around Washington carrying a copy of the State Department report on the Keystone XL pipeline tucked in his jacket pocket.That's...