2017 Cadillac XT5
Keystone WAS only 8% complete when it was killed. It would be more than 1/2 done by now and oil producers would have been gearing up to supply it.Keystone is only 8% complete, it wouldn't have helped by now if it had continued because it would still be being built, but that's irrelevant now. The oil that was going to be sent via the Keystone is now sent via rail and tanker so it still gets here, just not as easily. Our oil isn't what we turn into gasoline so it wouldn't help unless they redid all of our refineries. It's the wrong grade for gasoline production.
Capacity of rail is no-where near what the pipeline would have been. Not even close and the environmental impact of those trains moving crude is a disaster.