Not yet a done deal
Observers caution Keystone XL still faces legal challenges, market questions
for Petroleum News
The hallelujah chorus that greeted word of a return to construction on the Keystone XL pipeline, fueled by the Alberta government’s decision to acquire a US$1.1 billion equity stake and provide a US$4.2 billion loan guarantee, is rapidly being drowned out by doubters.
Within days of the March 31 an....
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