Keystone XL Pipeline Expected To Be In Service Later Than Planned
Posted: 27 April, 2013
TORONTO (AP) – The chief executive of TransCanada says the long-delayed Keystone XL pipeline will be in service months later than expected and the cost could top $5 billion. TransCanada says it is now looking at a mid-to-late 2015 start-up because of delays in the regulatory process. The Obama administration is still considering whether to approve the pipeline. Environmental groups are urging the administration to reject it.