Keystone XL Pipeline


Overview

The proposed Keystone XL Pipeline offers a safe, reliable and environmentally responsible way to deliver crude oil to markets in the U.S. The project, which will run from Hardisty, Alta., to Steele City, Neb., will play a central role in promoting North American energy security, create thousands of jobs and provide economic benefits to many communities along its route.

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$3.4 billion boost to U.S. GDP
Greenhouse gases lowered by approximately 19 million metric tons (as opposed to shipping by rail)
36-inch diameter crude oil pipeline

Millions in property taxes

During the first year of operation, it’s estimated that Keystone XL Pipeline will generate tens of millions in property taxes for towns and cities spread across 27 counties in three states – valuable funds that can be spent on schools, hospitals, roads and more.

Tens of thousands of jobs created

During construction of Keystone XL Pipeline, thousands of well-paying jobs will be created. This includes opportunities for everything from welding, to surveying, engineering, environmental protection and more.