The 180 | Nov 29, 2013 | 11:50

TransCanada Corporation President Alex Pourbaix interview

The president of energy and oil pipelines for TransCanada Corporation told an industry conference it would be a "tragedy" if the company's Keystone XL pipeline were not approved.

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