TransCanada Receives Go-Ahead for Southern Leg of Keystone Pipeline

TransCanada last week received the last of three permits needed to begin construction on the southern leg of the Keystone XL pipeline as part of an effort to ease a bottleneck that is slowing the movement of oil supplies from Canada and North Dakota to refineries on the Gulf of Mexico.


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