Keystone XL Tests U.S.-Canada Energy Ties as Asian Suitors Loom

Greenwire: When Russ Girling describes the past three years of waiting for American regulators to approve his company's massive oil pipeline bid as "a strain on everybody," he means more than just fiscal or logistical stress. "It's a strain on our company," the CEO of TransCanada Corp., sponsor of the $7 billion Keystone XL project, told Greenwire in a recent interview at his firm's headquarters. "It's a strain on our relationship with the U.S." As the turbulent debate over the XL line chugs toward its......

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