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TransCanada (TRP) seeks to shift the focus to workers in its campaign to step up the defense of...

TransCanada (TRP) seeks to shift the focus to workers in its campaign to step up the defense of the proposed Keystone pipeline, as a re-routed project lands before Pres. Obama in the spring for a decision on whether it can move forward. Environmentalists have got it backwards, CEO Russ Girling says; a rejection would result in more crude being pushed to accident-prone rail transport.
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  • first he blamed obama, now he's blaming environmentalists, but it was a republican governor who blocked his pipe.

     

    why not just say we'll do better mr. governor when it's your mistake? why add fuel to the fire when you just didn't get it done?
    19 Dec 2012, 12:12 PM Reply Like
  • >>Environmentalists have got it backwards, CEO Russ Girling says; a rejection would result in more crude being pushed to accident-prone rail transport.<<

     

    They usually do.
    19 Dec 2012, 12:12 PM Reply Like
  • In my opinion, there is no reason that Obama will turn the request down. A lot of oil will be heading south. And the jobs this project will create...........will be nice. We still don't know about Nebraska yet but can't imagine the Gov will turn TC down.
    19 Dec 2012, 01:05 PM Reply Like
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