April 26, 2014

No Keystone Pipeline? Blame Canada

Christopher Flavelle, Bloomberg

The Associated Press

To hear the Canadian government tell it, Barack Obama's administration has yet to approve the Keystone XL pipeline because it won't stand up to environmental activists. Exhaustive new reporting offers a more persuasive explanation: The oil pipeline hasn't been approved because the Canadian government keeps screwing up.

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TAGGED: Energy, Canada, Keystone XL Pipeline

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