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Keystone Xl Pipeline
Latest Keystone Xl Pipeline Items
While Congress and the White House have been fighting over whether to build the Keystone XL pipeline so the U.S. can import more oil from Canada, U.S. energy companies have quietly turned that debate on its head and are now exporting growing amounts of oil to Canada.
Sen. Mary Landrieu said Wednesday that the escalating unrest in Iraq is more evidence that the United States should approve the Keystone XL pipeline.
Other vulnerable Senate Democrats in tight re-election battles are embracing the Keystone XL pipeline and stiff-arming President Obama — but not Colorado's Mark Udall.
Two opponents in the hotly-contested Arkansas U.S. Senate race joined with officials from a pipe manufacturer Monday to press for approval of the Keystone XL Pipeline, which would move crude oil from Canada to U.S. refineries.
U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor and U.S. Rep. Tom Cotton are among the lawmakers touring a Little Rock pipe manufacturer in an event urging the Obama administration to approve the Keystone XL pipeline.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid got stuck this week in the political tangle of the Keystone XL pipeline, caught between the party's environmentalist base that fiercely opposes it and vulnerable Senate Democrats from red states who want to vote to approve the long-stalled project.
The American Petroleum Institute has launched a five-state media blitz aimed at boosting support for the Keystone XL pipeline in advance of a possible Senate vote.
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Florida Democrat, brushed off concerns Sunday over vulnerable Senate Democrats running against the Obama administration, saying that they “have to run their own race.”
Rep. Lee Terry suggested Thursday that billionaire activist Tom Steyer's opposition to the Keystone XL pipeline is fueled by concern for his bottom line, not for the environment.