In Alberta, fresh optimism for Keystone after pivotal US review

Globe and Mail: The U.S. State Department has boosted hopes in Calgary and Ottawa for approval of the long-delayed Keystone XL pipeline with a report that concludes the project would not significantly boost greenhouse gas emissions. While TransCanada Corp.'s five-year battle for approval is far from over, the report addresses a key concern of U.S. President Barack Obama, who said last summer that he would not approve the pipeline if it drove up carbon pollution from the oil sands. "Approval or denial of any......

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