Will Obama’s ‘No’ on Keystone Curtail Canada’s Oil Boom?

National Geographic: President Barack Obama’s rejection of a controversial U.S.-Canadian oil pipeline signals U.S. leadership on climate change, but it’s not expected to stop the growth in Canada’s oil production —at least not anytime soon. Ending an eight-year saga, Obama announced Friday that his administration would not give Calgary-based TransCanada a U.S. permit to build the Keystone XL’s northern leg, which would carry heavy crude from Alberta’s oil sands into the U.S. Midwest. Obama said the pipeline would not......

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