Keystone Pipeline: Project Moving Toward Completion

November 2010
Underground Construction;Nov2010, Vol. 65 Issue 11, p18
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the near completion of the construction on TransCanada Corp.'s 5.2 billion Canadian dollars worth of crude oil pipeline in Keystone, Colorado. It notes that the pipeline reaches from Alberta oil fields to U.S. Midwest markets including Wood River and Patoka, Illinois and Cushing, Oklahoma. It states that TransCanada Corp. also announces a Project Labor Agreement of the proposed Keystone Gulf Coast Expansion Pipeline Project (Keystone XL).


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