Mongabay: Keystone XL is becoming the project that refuses to die: TransCanada, the company behind the pipeline, has said it plans to build the southern half of the pipeline while it waits to determine a new route for the northern section. The company does not need approval from the State Department, which turned down the entire pipeline in January, to build the southern half from Texas to Oklahoma. However, the Obama Administration has embraced the idea. Carrying carbon-intensive tar sands oil down from Canada......
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TransCanada to build southern half of Keystone to avoid State Department approval
Posted by Washington Post: Juliet Eilperin on February 29th, 2012You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.