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.

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