Brigham McCown

National Infrastructure Safety Foundation

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Head of the National Infrastructure Safety Foundation, a nonprofit geared toward ensuring safety of all infrastructure; Managing Director of Nouveau; first acting administrator of the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (2003-2007)

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The  Keystone XL Pipeline  would bring oil from Canadian tar sands to North Dakota. There, it would connect to an existing pipeline that runs to the Gulf Coast of Louisiana.

Will Obama Say 'Yes' or 'No' to the Keystone XL Pipeline?

The Keystone XL Pipeline would bring oil from Canadian tar sands to North Dakota. There, it would connect to an existing pipeline that runs to the Gulf Coast of Louisiana.

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