After six years and 17,000 pages of environmental studies, TransCanada (ticker: TRP) is still waiting alongside an estimated 42,000 U.S. workers who could fill direct and indirect pipeline-related jobs. Sitting in the queue is the remaining 1,200 miles of oil pipeline required to start Canadian crude oil flowing from Saskatchewan to U.S. refineries on the Gulf coast.

According the company’s Web site, the U.S. State Department’s Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement found that the project would support 42,000 direct and indirect j...


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