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Even with approval, Keystone pipeline may not get built
The Trump administration has approved a construction permit on the long-delayed Keystone XL pipeline. Back when it was planned in 2010, oil was still trading at $100 a barrel and fracking had yet to fully ramp up. The project still serves as a symbol for both environmentalists and energy companies. But the overall impact of […]
Will Trump's pipeline order really bring more U.S. steel jobs?
The executive order's actual economic effects on U.S. steel and iron production are unclear.
Politics ran through the Keystone pipeline
The Keystone XL pipeline was always more about politics than economics.
Big changes for America’s biggest trading partner
The election of Canada's new prime minister comes with new economic policies.
Keystone XL vetoed, and the Eurozone kicks the can
The line of the day goes to President Obama, by way of the Marketplace Desk of News We Could have Told You Yesterday.
The economics of Keystone in an era of cheap oil
Pipeline is at top of agenda of Republican-controlled Congress. Why?
Does Keystone even matter anymore?
Argument for the Keystone pipeline lost steam in years before the Senate vote.
There's the Keystone XL pipeline, and there's the other one
A Canadian company has asked for permission to double the capacity of another pipeline.
In Nebraska, standing in the way of Keystone XL pipeline
Nebraska farmers worry the oil pipeline will damage their land or water. Some are putting up obstacles to the route.
Obama on climate change: It's the economy, stupid
The president spent much of his speech on climate change focused on the economy.