State Dept: Build the Keystone pipeline or not, the oil sands crude will flow

Time: The State Department issued its long-awaited supplementary environmental impact assessment (SEIS) this afternoon on the Keystone XL pipeline, which would ship up to 830,000 barrels a day of Canadian oil sands crude to the U.S. The full report is some 2,000 pages long--and was released at the very end of the week, thanks very much, State Department--but you can boil it down to one sentence: Approval or denial of any one crude oil transport project, including the proposed Project, remains unlikely......

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