Canadians ‘disappointed’ Keystone XL pipeline decision but not surprised

Guardian: The Obama administration’s decision to kill the Keystone XL pipeline met with disappointment and derision – though little surprise – in Calgary, the boomtown-turned-bust capital of Canada’s oil industry. It also induced some provincial angst as Alberta attempts to open new markets for a product that floats rough 50% of its economy. “A lot of people feel that the industry is down and keeps getting kicked,” said Jonathan Denis, a former Alberta attorney general and assistant energy minister. “The......

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