U.S. Indicates Keystone Impact on Emissions May be Negligible

The report released Friday by the State Department is considered crucial to the Obama administration's eventual decision on whether to move forward with the project.

Fri January 31, 2014 - National Edition
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CNN is reporting that a long-awaited environmental report by the U.S. government on the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline indicates the project would have negligible immediate impact on overall carbon emissions.

The report released Friday by the State Department is considered crucial to the Obama administration’s eventual decision on whether to move forward with the project.

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