Veto likely if passed by Congress.
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The price tag for the pipeline has jumped nearly 50% during six years of delays.
The court’s ruling could force President Obama’s hand in making a final decision whether to green light the stalled project.
Monitoring, detecting pipeline corrosion still a 'crude' affair.
More oil from pipeline means more greenhouse gases.
Pipelines, however, have proven to be neither an easier nor a cheaper solution.
Decision was based on the discovery of potentially dangerous construction defects, such as bad welds.
He is first US former president to urge the current administration reject TransCanada's pipeline.
Protesters strapped themselves to White House gates.
Say 'the health impacts of tar sands oil are being ignored.'
Because oil sands development will continue with our without the pipeline.
British Columbia has become Keystone's least supportive region.
However, he also said the Obama administration won’t be rushed into making a decision on the controversial, and long-delayed, $5.4-billion Keystone XL pipeline.
Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird told the US Chamber of Commerce that even a 'no' would be better than more delays.
Brewing disputes with First Nations, claims of mercury pollution and increasing challenges for delivering oil to distant markets are only some of the issues oil sands producers will face this year.
One of the companies that has signed up to ship crude through Keystone recently told Reuters that the pipeline was "no longer needed."
The Obama administration began preparing its final review of Keystone XL's northern segment on Monday.
Slim majority agrees that overall, the benefits of development of the oil sands in Canada outweigh the negatives.
Rail to fill the "void" to the West Coast
It's the costliest ad campaign undertaken in recent years.
Possible scenarios include lawsuits, trade retaliation or simply waiting for a new administration, while maintaining diplomacy and keeping up pressure.
'Have your government [...] communicated with House Republicans about including Keystone in the original litany of demands put to President Obama?' - Tom Steyer to Stephen Harper
With review from Department of State not complete, decision will likely come next year.
Other results show majority opposes hydraulic fracturing.
Report prepared by Deloitte & Touche shows the pipeline could also generate $10 billion in GDP just in the construction phase.