13 March 2013 21:16 [Source: ICIS news]
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The pipeline, a project of TransCanada, would cross the border between the
In January 2012, Obama rejected a permit for the pipeline, saying the deadline did not allow for enough time to fully weigh the project’s impact.
Then, on 22 January 2013,
Now the fate of the pipeline again lies with Obama, who is expected to decide on it by mid-year.
But Tillerson intimated on Wednesday during ExxonMobil’s annual analysts day that Canadians have been formulating other plans in case the
“The Canadian government is not going to sit still, either,” he said. “They are going to want to deal with this issue, too. All of those solutions aren’t necessarily south, and I think we all should just keep that in mind.”
At present, about 99% of
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