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Above the Fold Keystone XL

Snow drift almost covering a parking meter in Boston.
For the first time in six years natural gas pipeline capacity will increase in the Northeast.
Sean Hackbarth
Pipelines run toward oil storage tanks in Cushing, Okla.
Soon after President Obama rejects the Keystone XL pipeline, the U.S. government endorses an oil pipeline in Africa.
Sean Hackbarth
President Barack Obama speaks at the White House with Vice President Joe Biden Secretary of State John Kerry
Rejection of the pipeline had nothing to do with the facts and everything to do with politics.
Sean Hackbarth
Pipelines in Cushing, Ok.
We won’t be able to take full advantage of our energy abundance, if it can't go where it's needed.
Sean Hackbarth
President Barack Obama speaks in the Roosevelt Room at the White House with Secretary of State John Kerry.
While the administration played seven years of political football, the equivalent of 10 Keystone pipelines have been built.
Sean Hackbarth
President Barack Obama announces he rejected the Keystone XL pipeline.
"President Obama has put politics before the best interests of the country,” said U.S. Chamber President and CEO Tom Donohue.
Sean Hackbarth
Construction of the Gulf Coast Project, part of the Keystone XL pipeline near Ada, Ok.
The State Department rejected TransCanada’s request to pause its review of the project.
Sean Hackbarth
Workers construct part of the Keystone XL pipeline in Atoka, Ok.
So many opportunities have been missed by keeping the project in bureaucratic limbo.
Sean Hackbarth