About the Project
Keystone XL is a 36-inch-diameter crude oil pipeline, beginning in Hardisty, Alta. and extending south to Steele City, Neb. The project will be a key component of a much needed refocus on U.S. infrastructure investment while also producing thousands of well-paying jobs and substantial economic benefit to local communities and the U.S. GDP.
Keystone XL represents a safe, reliable, and environmentally sound way to connect the American economy with an abundant North American energy resource produced by a neighbor that shares a commitment to a clean and healthy environment. The energy it carries will ultimately fuel the daily lives of Americans.
What does Keystone XL mean for America?
- A safe, reliable and environmentally sound way to transport needed energy to Americans
- Significant well-paying job creation plus follow-on direct and indirect job growth fueled by private capital investment
- Substantial economic benefit to local communities and the U.S. GDP
- Significant advancement in U.S. energy security