Hopeful sign for Bakken outlet
Department of State draft report says XL pipeline would have ‘no significant impact’ on air, water quality, or emissions
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A draft environmental impact statement by the U.S. Department of State has concluded that TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline can deliver crude as safely as any other means, including rail, and that rejection of the project would not have any substantial impact on development of the Alberta oil sands....
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Final verdict this summer
Deep freeze on relations
Insiders less bullish
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