2 thoughts on “Keystone XL critics now hang hopes on delaying the pipeline”

  1. I don’t understand why they don’t just build the Mini-Keystone XL to a point about 10-20km South of the Canadian border near the closest rail line (no state department OK needed). They can then just shunt the oil across in rail cars until the State Department ok’s the last small segment across the border. Since it will take several years to build the Keystone to there, approval for the mini-cross border segment may actually arrive before they actually build or use the rail option.

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