The US Congress recently approved the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline. But mass demonstrations are urging President Obama to veto the project. So what is the Keystone XL pipeline?
TransCanada CEO Explains Why Keystone is in U.S. National Interest: Energy Security & Jobs
Energy and Commerce Committee
Congress Passes Keystone Bill, Sets Up First Veto in 5 Years
“Congress passed a bill to authorize the Keystone XL pipeline, setting up the first veto since 2010 and only the third in the Obama presidency.”
Keystone XL Oil Pipeline: A Symbolic Struggle Steeped In Fuzzy Math
“At the end of September, the mayor of tiny Atkinson, Neb., sat calmly waiting for an invasion. David Frederick’s rural outpost of about 1,000 residents, set along the northeastern edge of Nebraska’s Sandhills, was about to see its population briefly swelled by a phalanx of U.S. State Department officials, itinerant union laborers, ranchers, farmers, environmentalists and reporters.”
Keystone Pipeline Controversy Explained
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