Keystone XL officially canceled

A Canadian developer has officially canceled the Keystone XL Pipeline project.

President Biden blocked the company’s permit in January. The pipeline was expected to carry nearly a million barrels of oil a day, from Alberta to Nebraska.

Republican Senators from rural states are angry about the cancellation, saying it costs tens of thousands of high-paying jobs. Environmentalists call it a victory, saying the pipeline would hamper the country’s transition to cleaner fuels.


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