Hope is dwindling for oil sands proponents optimistic a Republican-dominated US Congress would push the pipeline to completion.
The price for US benchmark crude has been nearly halved in the last six months.
Chris Christie said regulatory review of the contentious pipeline in the US has gone overboard.
The President’s comments on the hotly debated Keystone XL project tend to get plenty of scrutiny.
A Senate vote is scheduled for Nov. 18, but the project could still be vetoed by President Barack Obama.
Southern Democrats are trying to force a vote immediately on the long-stalled project.
A recently elected, oil-friendly, Republican-dominated Congress hasn’t put pipeline battles to rest.
Republicans say they’ll try using their new power in Congress to force Barack Obama to approve the long-delayed project.
CEO Russ Girling says the long-delayed pipeline’s price tag now sits at about $10 billion, almost double initial costs of $5.4 billion.
Moore says says Prentice will be a welcome ally when it comes to future pipeline projects.
Liberal leader says PM has doomed pipeline opportunities by failing to mollify environmental concerns.
New climate change measures south of the border don’t bode well for the pipeline, Raymond Chretien says.
Former secretary of state says controversial project should be part of a broader discussion on energy and climate.
Among other things, the bill would provide tax incentives for energy-efficient homes and commercial buildings.
Moving crude by rail is on the rise as production increases in the oil sands and pipeline proposals remain mired in opposition.