Industry groups urged the Obama administration and Congress to clear TransCanada's Keystone XL pipeline. "Three long years have gone by and it's now time to immediately put 20,000 Americans to work building this new pipeline," said Marty Durbin, executive vice president of government affairs at the American Petroleum Institute. "Obtaining energy from our friendly and reliable North American neighbor will reduce our imports from unstable regions of the world," Durbin added.

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