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11/18/2013
GENERAL INTEREST — Quick Takes Redford sees rail issues entering Keystone XL debate Some US officials raised greenhouse gas concerns as increasing amounts of Alberta's heavy crude oil move by rail while approval of the Keystone XL pipeline's cross-border permit continues to be delayed, Premier Allison Redford said after concluding her fifth Washington visit to lobby for the project. "A lot of that product is being transported by rail at the moment, and that is something that is receiving quite a bit of attention in the United States, partly because we know that transportation by rail leads to higher greenhouse gas emissions than a pipeline would," The Financial Post reported R...
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