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Keystone XL Will Reduce Overseas Imports by 43%
Warner: All of the Above Approach
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.

Senator Tom Carper: KXL is part of an “all-of-the-above” energy plan
McCaskill: KXL = Jobs and energy security
Union workers say #buildKXLnow
Keystone Celebrates 1 Billion Barrels While KXL Sits in Limbo

The Keystone pipeline just passed an important milestone: last month, TransCanada announced that the pipeline has safely delivered more than one billion barrels of crude oil since construction finished five years ago. So, what does one billion barrels of oil amount to? To put it in perspective, one billion barrels of oil is about how…

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…

Senator Joe Donnelly Will Keep Pushing for KXL Approval
Quit Dragging its Feet

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