The Case for Keystone XL

Date: 11-27-2014 | Category: Energy Security, Geopolitics, In the News

The most important change needed for transporting crude throughout North America is the approval and construction of the fourth phase of TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline. Keystone XL is an existing transnational network segmented into phases that cross Canada and the U.S. The first phase travels through the provinces of Saskatchewan and Manitoba before traveling to Steele City from north to south and from Alberta to Nebraska and continue to Illinois, Oklahoma, and Texas. http://blogs.wsj.com/experts/2014/11/27/the-case-for-keystone-xl/ By Ariel Cohen The Wall Street Journal November 27, 2014

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