Obama set to reject Keystone oil pipeline: sources
WASHINGTON | Wed Jan 18, 2012 11:53am EST
(Reuters) – A decision on the long-delayed Keystone crude oil pipeline could come as soon as Wednesday, with the Obama administration poised to reject the oil sands crude project, according to sources.
“We’re expecting the pipeline to be rejected,” a source familiar with the issue told Reuters.
(Reporting By Jeff Mason and Ayesha Rascoe)
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