The American Petroleum Institute this week plans to distribute 14-inch silver pencils to lawmakers and congressional aides to indicate the fifth year since TransCanada sought the U.S. government's approval to construct the Keystone XL pipeline. "Not every 5th anniversary is cause for a party," API said on materials it produced to mark the event. "Maybe soon the president will end the Keystone XL delay and give Americans new jobs, economic growth and energy security."

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