Apr 21, 2013
#NOKXL From Alberta Tar Sands to Steele City, Nebraska
In this video made by Greenpeace, you will see the contrast between the beautiful Boreal Forest and the Tar Sands strip mining for bitumen.
The Motley Fool
Who Wins if Keystone XL Is Approved?
On the one side are environmentalists and climate change campaigners who argue that the pipeline's construction would be like a slap in the face to all those who take global warming seriously.
The National Law Journal
After a five-year battle, TransCanada Corp. may be close to winning approval for its $5.3 billion Keystone XL pipeline, which will transport crude oil from the oil sands of Alberta to Steele City, Neb., 1,179 miles away.
Keystone XL Pipeline Clears a Hurdle
The Keystone XL pipeline is one step closer to reality, following the State Dept.'s release of a draft supplemental environmental impact statement on the project.