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Poll: Do you think the US will approve the Keystone XL pipeline?

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With the end of the Obama administration in sight (or at least the 2016 presidential campaigns already making headlines), signs point toward a deadline on the Keystone XL decision. In a press briefing Wednesday, Eric Schultz, a White House spokesman, said the Keystone XL issue would be resolved by the time President Barack Obama leaves office in January 2017. A review of the pipeline is ongoing at the State Department, and if approved the pipeline would bring 830,000 b/d from Alberta, Canada, to the US Gulf Coast region. Segments of the pipeline in the US have already been built, but much of the pipeline has been caught in limbo for a long time now. We want to know what you think: Will the US approve the pipeline? Or is the coming decision going to reject the project? We’re curious about what you think, and feel free to leave comments explaining your decision below. /* Main Container --------------------------------------------------------------------------- */ #yop-poll-other-answer-1_yp55bf63658636f-other { border:1px solid #000000; color:#000000; } .

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With the end of the Obama administration in sight (or at least the 2016 presidential campaigns already making headlines), signs point toward a deadline on the Keystone XL decision.

In a press briefing Wednesday, Eric Schultz, a White House spokesman, said the Keystone XL issue would be resolved by the time President Barack Obama leaves office in January 2017. A review of the pipeline is ongoing at the State Department, and if approved the pipeline would bring 830,000 b/d from Alberta, Canada, to the US Gulf Coast region.

Segments of the pipeline in the US have already been built, but much of the pipeline has been caught in limbo for a long time now.

We want to know what you think: Will the US approve the pipeline? Or is the coming decision going to reject the project? We’re curious about what you think, and feel free to leave comments explaining your decision below.

Do you think the US will approve the Keystone XL pipeline?

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