Keystone XL: EPA finds State Dept.’s latest review ‘insufficient.’

ClimateWire: U.S. EPA says the State Department's latest review of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline contains "insufficient information" on several fronts, including greenhouse gas emissions, alternative routes and the consequences of a potential spill of diluted bitumen, which the pipeline would carry. EPA's assessment was made public yesterday, the deadline for public comment on the State Department's ongoing review of the project. Environmental groups questioned many of the key assertions in the......

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