November 8, 2012
Pipeline' Future Is Still Uncertain
Nathan Vanderklippe, Globe & Mail
On Sept. 19, 2008, TransCanada Corp. formally applied to build its Keystone XL pipeline, a ribbon of buried steel that would connect Canada’s oil sands with the huge refinery complex at the U.S. Gulf Coast. Now, more than four years after that application stirred a contentious debate on the continent’s energy and environmental future, its future remains uncertain after a tight election left control of the White House hanging in the balance late Tuesday night.
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