Pros and cons swirl around Keystone
Arguments over TransCanada’s proposed line between meeting needs of producers to move oil, and possible new Canadian jobs
For Petroleum News
TransCanada’s planned Keystone heavy oil pipeline is urgently needed, or it’s a blight on the Canadian economy. Take your choice.
Consulting firm Purvin & Gertz says the possible 1,800-mile 435,000 barrel-per-day system is one of many transportation projects that are essential to head off a shortfal....
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Keystone scheduled for 2008, 2009
Union wants refining in Canada
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