Mark Elison, a regional manager with the Montana DNRC, looks over a map showing the route of the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline during the Keystone XL environmental impact meeting at the Billings Hotel and Convention Center in Billings on Oct. 29, 2019. Elison said he was looking to see where the pipeline would pass near agricultural land and water resources.
MIKE CLARK, Billings Gazette TED MORTON
Americans are concerned about President-elect Biden’s campaign pledge to veto the Keystone pipeline. And they should be. Keystone is a new oil pipeline from Alberta, Canada, that will bring an additional 830,000 barrels a day to the US. Much of it — including the border crossing — is already built. Completing