The Canadian company that proposed the pipeline filed a lawsuit over the U.S. government's rejection.
Sen. James Lankford, (R-Okla.), discusses backlash from the president's decision on the Keystone XL pipeline.
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ETP CEO Kelcy Warren, discusses the rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline by President Obama Friday.
President Obama rejected the Keystone XL pipeline in a statement Friday. Oil expert John Kilduff of Again Capital, thinks the U.S. might regret this move.
President Obama addresses global climate change, in a statement Friday rejecting the Keystone XL pipeline.
President Obama rejects the Keystone XL pipeline in a statement Friday.
President Obama rejects the Keystone XL pipeline in a statement Friday, in discussing spurring economic growth and creating a cleaner and safer planet.
According to NBC News, the president will reject the Keystone XL pipeline. Fadel Gheit, Oppenheimer & Co. senior energy analyst, does not think President Obama received good advice on the matter.
According to NBC News, the president will reject the Keystone XL pipeline, reports CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis.
According to Dow Jones, President Obama will reject the Keystone XL pipeline, with CNBC's Eamon Javers.
TransCanada has asked for a pause in the State Department review of the company's application for the troubled Keystone XL pipeline.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton opposes the Keystone XL Pipeline.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports on pipeline companies working to build out infrastructure within our borders that could move more oil than Keystone.
Jim Cramer says he sees signs oil and gas prices are headed lower.
The Senate failed to get the necessary 67 votes needed to override President Obama's Keystone XL pipeline veto, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
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It was only the third veto of Obama's presidency, although many more are expected.
CNBC's John Harwood reports President Obama has transmitted his veto to the Senate of the bill that would force the approval of the Keystone pipeline.
Diana Furchtgott-Roth, Manhattan Institute, and Tyson Slocum, Public Citizens Energy Program, discuss whether it's cheaper and safer to move oil by pipeline or by rail.