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Pipeline opponents say pipeline will send Alberta crude overseas

Published by Steve Coleman on August 31, 2011

Opponents of the proposed Alberta-Texas Keystone XL pipeline say the oil at the end of the refining process won't stay in American drivers' gas tanks.

The arguments over whether or not the pipeline should be built included a new report from U.S. environmentalists who say the crude oil sent from the Alberta tar sands will become diesel destined for foreign markets.

The group behind the report, Oil Change International, says it's working to "facilitate the coming transition towards clean energy." Their report can be found on the following link.

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