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How many cars a day will Keystone XL fuel?

The Environmental Protection Agency indicates the typical passenger car uses an average 498 gallons of gasoline per year, while a light-duty truck will use 694 gallons. Apply a little math and this means the Keystone XL Pipeline could fuel approximately 11.6 passenger cars or 8.3 million light-duty trucks per day.

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Railing Against Keystone XL is Running Over Midwestern Farmers

Willie Nelson and Neil Young, boosters of America’s farmer, will take the stage on Saturday in Nebraska to oppose a pipeline that would help solve a major problem for farmers.  A rail-jam caused by a spike in oil by rail shipments is delaying midwestern farmers from moving their harvest to market. If built, the Keystone XL Pipeline would help free…

Senator Tom Carper: KXL is part of an “all-of-the-above” energy plan
KXL = 15 Million gallons of gasoline a day

The Keystone XL Pipeline will deliver 830,000 barrels of oil per day.  What does that mean for the everyday energy consumer?  If the 830,000 barrels of oil per day were refined into gasoline, the yield would be 15 million gallons of gasoline per day according to the Energy Information Administration.

KXL = 42,000 Jobs
Enough to Heat 5.5 Million Homes

If crude oil delivered by the Keystone XL Pipeline is converted to diesel fuel or fuel oil at 10 gallons per barrel would yield 8.3 million gallons; enough to power 262,000 combination tractor-trailers per year at 5.9 miles per gallon. Using it to heat homes, this fuel would be enough, at an average of 550 gallons per household, to…

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