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  1. The Keystone XL pipeline extension, proposed by TC Energy (then TransCanada) in 2008, was initially designed to transport the planet’s dirtiest fossil fuel, tar sands oil, to market—and fast ...

  2. The Keystone XL Pipeline consists of two parts. The first is the Gulf Coast Project. This portion would transport oil over 435 miles through 36" pipe running from Cushing, Oklahoma to Port Arthur ...

  3. MYTH: “Keystone XL is an export pipeline to China.” FACT: Not a drop of crude oil will be exported. The Keystone XL Pipeline is not a crude oil export pipeline — period. It is a supply line to U.S. Gulf Coast refineries — which have signed up to 20-year binding commercial contracts to receive oil through Keystone XL.

  4. the keystone xl pipeline project (phase iv) revised proposal in 2012 consists of a new 36-inch (910 mm) pipeline from hardisty, alberta, through montana and south dakota to steele city, nebraska, to "transport of up to 830,000 barrels per day (132,000 m 3 /d) of crude oil from the western canadian sedimentary basin in alberta, canada, and from …

  5. What is Keystone XL? A planned 1,179-mile (1,897km) pipeline running from the oil sands of Alberta, Canada, to Steele City, Nebraska, where it would join an existing pipe. It could carry 830,000 ...

  6. FACT: The Keystone XL pipeline is designed for one thing—to send oil from Canada to the Texas Gulf coast, and from there to overseas markets.According to retired Brigadier General Steven M. Anderson (the US Army’s senior logistician in Iraq from 2006-2007), the pipeline “would set back our renewable energy efforts for at least two decades, much to our enemies’ delight.

  7. At the time Mr. Biden halted its construction, the $8 billion expansion was only about 8% complete, according to Reuters. Yet many experts agree that moving ahead with the pipeline wouldn't have ...

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