Keystone XL Pipeline: No material impact on US GHG emissions
By Jackie Forrest and Aaron Brady
In the recent debate surrounding the pending Keystone XL pipeline decision, new questions have been raised about the pipeline’s potential impact on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The conclusion of IHS CERA’s analysis is that incremental GHG emissions from the pipeline would not be substantial....
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