The $400 billion Keystone XL pipeline will never be built.
But its developers say it’s not because they’ve never been in the business of building.
And it’s true.
They say that, for a few reasons.
First, they say that they’re doing the right thing.
The pipeline is a lifeline for the United States economy, and the United State needs the pipeline to get crude from Canada to refineries and refineries need it to transport oil and natural gas.
And because of the pipeline, there’s not enough oil to go around.
So if you want to export that oil and gas, you need a pipeline.
And that’s where the Keystone XL comes in.
That’s where it gets the name.
And the other reason is that the Keystone pipeline is the single most important energy infrastructure project that’s ever been built.
It’s the single biggest thing that has saved the United Kingdom, Canada and the world.
That project is also an important part of the American story.
The Keystone XL project, built in Canada, will bring an estimated 2.2 million barrels per day of crude oil to the United American market by the end of 2026.
That makes the project the biggest single pipeline project in the United World since the Great Depression, and that’s just in Canada.
Keystone XL is the pipeline that will bring our nation closer to energy independence, a source of stability in the world and a liferafter for our country.
Its backers say the pipeline will also help Americans.
We’re bringing more jobs to our state, and jobs that we’ll build here.
The project’s supporters say it will create 2,000 construction jobs, and it will be a huge boost to the economy.
It will also reduce greenhouse gas emissions by an estimated 5 to 10 million tons of CO2.
And as for the jobs, I think it’s a very strong positive for our economy.
The American people know that Keystone XL has helped the economy and is an important piece of the economic story.
But I think Keystone XL’s supporters should be careful because the pipeline is not the only economic project they’ve been supporting.
They’ve been supportive of other major projects as well.
These projects have been touted as helping America, but they haven’t been proven to be.
For example, the Keystone project is the centerpiece of the Keystone Energy Partnership.
The Energy Partnership is a massive, multi-billion dollar effort that involves the United states, Canada, Mexico and the European Union.
It was launched in 2005 and it’s designed to boost U.S. energy security and economic growth by boosting U.