State Dept’s Keystone XL Review Will Face EPA Scrutiny a Third Time

“One of the biggest unknowns in the unfolding Keystone XL debate is the role the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency might play.”

“The EPA’s position will become clearer when the State Department releases its Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (SEIS) for the project, which it is expected to do any day now. The EPA did not respond to a question asking whether it plans to comment on the SEIS, but the agency has not been shy about criticizing earlier drafts.” [Inside Climate News]