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Old Jan 25th 2017, 12:58 am
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This is guy is moving at the speed of a rocket I tell ya..
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Old Jan 25th 2017, 1:16 am
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This is guy is moving at the speed of a rocket I tell ya..
Watching political commentators tonight and listening to a Nebraska official it won't be a quick easy process. At least 2 years before and if any oil starts to flow.
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No surprise.
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Indeed. It's going to be an interesting four years.
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The Russian company that's going to be spitting out the pipe on this end is Evraz North America, and their mill in Regina is getting a multi-million dollar expansion.
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How long until someone tries to kill him? [Happens to every President...]

Perhaps we should have a spreadsheet for that....Month, year, weapon and success or failure!
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How long until someone tries to kill him? [Happens to every President...]

Perhaps we should have a spreadsheet for that....Month, year, weapon and success or failure!
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Old Jan 27th 2017, 10:12 pm
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The Russian company that's going to be spitting out the pipe on this end is Evraz North America, and their mill in Regina is getting a multi-million dollar expansion.
Which means more jobs for Canadians
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Default Re: So Keystone XL finally gets approval

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How long until someone tries to kill him? Perhaps we should have a spreadsheet for that....Month, year, weapon and success or failure!
No need to speculate, It'll be Miss Scarlet in the Kitchen with the Dagger.
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Which means more jobs for Canadians
They should be agressively inspecting every existing pipeline and start replacing those in the most ecologically sensitive areas with the new heavier pipe. The oil industry won't like it, and they already have a backlog of old non-producing wells to shut down properly. If Evraz in Regina only gets to supply pipe on the Canadian side for Keystone XL that's still 25% of the total project.
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