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All sides pressing John Kerry on pipeline

Environmentalists, unions try to sway Keystone decision

  • Current pipeline
  • Projects
  • Proposed Keystone XL
Map of the oil pipeline from Hardisty (Canada) to Houston and the proporsal to link directly Hasdisty and Steele City (NE)
Keystone Hardisty Terminal
Baker Storage tanks
Steele City
Wood River
Pakota
Cushing Storage tanks
Nederland
Houston
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SOURCES: Transcanada, NRDC, Heritage Foundation State Department, News Report

Chiqui Esteban/Globe Staff

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