Keystone XL Cancellation Comes with High Price Tag For Montana

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Keystone XL Cancellation Comes with High Price Tag For Montana
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Nearly 300 miles of the 1200-mile Keystone XL pipeline was slated to have crossed the Treasure State, which would have been the longest stretch of any U.S. state. Thus, the abrupt cancellation of the KXL pipeline by the Biden Administration comes at a hefty price tag to Montana – literally hundreds of jobs and an estimated $9 million annually in property tax revenue.

Listen to the podcast to hear Alan Olson of the Montana Petroleum Association discuss the investment TC Energy and Montana companies have made in the project over the last 13 years, the impact of the KXL cancellation on local economies, and the impact on American’s energy independence and relationship with Canada.

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