Obama falters; Alberta reacts
President says concerns about ‘destructive’ oil sands must be answered before Keystone approval; Alberta leaders offer education
For Petroleum News
President Barack Obama is leading a United States foray into the Canadian election campaign by raising doubts over whether his administration will approve TransCanada’s proposed Keystone XL pipeline from the oil sands to Texas refineries and arousing Alberta Energy Minister Ron Liepert in the proces....
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