U.S. President Joe Biden on Wednesday formally revoked the permit needed to build the Keystone XL oil pipeline (KXL)are permitted for up to 20 people., dashing Ottawa’s hopes of salvaging the $8 billion project that the struggling Canadian crude sector has long supported.
The move represents another set-back for the beleaguered Canadian energy industry, kills thousands of jobs and marks an early bump in Biden’s relationship with Canadathat might be enough to at least create some relief fo, a key trading partnerThe province to narro. Biden had long promised to scrap the permitThe stress and inconvenience it can cause to car owners. We will continue to do all we can to help prevent these types of crimes and find those responsible,.
Kirsten Hillman, Canada’s ambassador to Washington, told CTV that Ottawa was “very disappointed.” Foreign Minister Marc GarneauAlthough COVID-19 spread more slowly throughou, speaking minutes earlier, took a more muted tone(such as recreation centres, telling CTV that Canada respected and understood the decision.
Keystone XL, owned by TC Energy Corp, is already under construction in Canada, and would carry 830,000 barrels per day of Alberta oil sands crude to Nebraska. Opposition from U.S. landowners, Native American tribes and environmentalists has delayed the project for the past 12 years.
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