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Guest Opinion: API's Gerard on economic toll of delayed Keystone pipeline

In less than 12 years from now, the United States will have the ability to supply 100 percent of our liquid fuel needs from right here in North America.

Inconceivable just a few years ago, the energy self-sufficiency now within our grasp means reduced reliance on fuel from less stable regions of the world – a development with profound implications for our economic security and geopolitical dynamics.


TransCanada uses Middle East unrest to tout Keystone in new ads

The New York Times

TransCanada has launched a new series of advertisements to make the case for approving the Keystone XL pipeline, highlighting the expected reliability of Canadian crude compared to energy from the Middle East, The New York Times


TransCanada: Southern Keystone leg will start by year's end


A TransCanada spokesman said the company intends to being operation of the southern portion of the Keystone XL pipeline by the end of the year, Reuters reports.


Canada PM won't accept rejection of Keystone XL

TORONTO (AP) — Canada's prime minister says he "won't take no for an answer" if the Obama administration rejects the controversial Keystone XL pipeline to the U.S. Gulf Coast.


New Steyer Keystone XL ad questions economic benefit

USA Today

Billionaire climate activist Tom Steyer's advocacy group launched a new television commercial questioning the Keystone XL pipeline's expected economic impact, USA Today reports.

Steyer, Keystone foes dedicate barn in project's path

Lincoln Journal Star

Billionaire climate activist Tom Steyer and other opponents of the Keystone XL pipeline gathered in Bradshaw, Neb. Sunday to dedicate a barn built in the project's expected path, the Lincoln Journal Star reports.


Keystone's southern leg to carry oil by year's end


TransCanada said the southern portion of the Keystone XL pipeline is 90 percent complete and will start carrying oil through Texas by the end of 2013, FuelFix reports.

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Oliver offers case for Keystone in first meeting with Moniz

Canada's Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver on Monday used his first face-to-face meeting with Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz to praise the Keystone XL pipeline and to renew support for a joint effort to cut carbon from oil sands production.

Oliver would not discuss news reports that Prime Minister Stephen Harper last month offered a bilateral carbon reductions program in return for approval by President Barack Obama. Still, Oliver made it clear to reporters that he brought up both subjects at their meeting, which lasted about an hour.


Canada environment minister Oliver press conference after Moniz meeting

Washington, September 9, 2013, 1:00 pm

Canada Minister of Natural Resources Joe Oliver holds news conference after meeting on Keystone XL with Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz.

Steyer launches fresh anti-Keystone campaign


Billionaire climate activist Tom Steyer launched a new $1 million ad campaign against approval of the Keystone XL pipeline, alleging the project will hurt the U.S. economy, Bloomberg reports.


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