20,000 U.S. Jobs, $7B Project Stuck in Limbo

As of July 9, the Keystone Project has been studied for 2,119 days, according to the House Energy and Commerce Committee. No other pipeline has taken so long to gain approval.

On July 8, 44 diverse organizations, from businesses to labor unions, sent a letter supporting the speedy approval of TransCanada’s Keystone Pipeline to Secretary of State John Kerry.

The Keystone XL pipeline was originally proposed in Sept. 2008 as an extension of the existing Keystone Pipeline. The goal was to transport cr...

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