Keystone XL pipe ready but waiting
More than 200 miles of pipe that will potentially be part of the Keystone XL pipeline is currently stored near Gascoyne, N.D. If constructed, the pipeline would be part of the 1,110-mile pipeline running from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico. U.S. Senator John Hoeven released a statement recently cautioning President Obama about the future of the pipeline. He said that approval of the Keystone XL would help spur job and economic grow as well as helping with energy security in the US. Without it, Hoeven said that those important elements have the potential of being outsourced to Canada and Asia if the pipeline is not completed. Read the full article in the Dickinson Press.