TransCanada's proposed Keystone pipeline that would carry crude oil 1,700 miles from Canada to the Gulf Coast would cost $7 billion and create about 20,000 construction jobs. Initially thought to be a "shoo-in" project, doubts are rising as some state governments and more of the public are questioning the pipeline. "We continue to believe the odds favor approval, but an extended delay is looking more and more possible," said Whitney Stanco, an energy analyst at the Washington Research Group.

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