State Dept. report seen helping Keystone XL
Feb 03, 2014 | 05:34 PM
| Thorsten Schier
NEW YORK Pipe and tube market participants expect the U.S. State Departments final supplemental environmental impact statement on the proposed Keystone XL pipeline to spur support for the project and potentially lead to its approval.
We see this thing slowly but surely getting re-energized to the point that it will go forward, Paul Vivian, principal of St. Louis-based Preston Publishing Co., told AMM.....
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