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MIT professor: Keystone XL pipline won't increase greenhouse gas emissions

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A Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor said the Keystone XL pipeline, which has been opposed by environmentalists for five years, wouldn't increase greenhouse gas emissions. Chris Knittel, professor of energy economics at MIT, said the pipeline would, if anything, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, because the tar sands oil it would carry would displace the expensive heavy crude oil...

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