Transcanada asks for delay in review of Keystone XL pipeline

LA Times: The company that hopes to build the Keystone XL pipeline to carry crude oil from Canada to the Gulf Coast asked the Obama administration Monday to delay its review of the proposal - a striking turn that adds further uncertainty to a project that has generated bitter debate since it was proposed seven years ago. The company, TransCanada, made its request in a three-paragraph letter to Secretary of State John F. Kerry, citing legal challenges it said had prompted it to change tactics. The State......

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