TransCanada to mull over letting oil from U.S. producers onto pipeline

03/3/2010 | Google

Facing political pressure, TransCanada officials said they will consider allowing Montana and North Dakota crude oil onto their Keystone XL pipeline project. The company seeks to begin work on the 1,980-mile line this year as part of a $12 billion investment to ship crude from Canada's oil sands to U.S. refineries.

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