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story.lead_photo.caption The Hardisty tank farm, which includes the TransCanada Corp. Hardisty Terminal 1, stands at dusk in Hardisty, Alberta, Canada, on Friday, Dec. 6, 2013. Canadian heavy crude reached its strongest level in more than two months on the spot market as a pipeline connection to the U.S. Gulf Coast began filling with crude ahead of its startup next month. Photographer: Brett Gundlock/Bloomberg

Now that the U.S. government has cleared the Keystone XL project of any dire environmental impact, attention is returning to why the pipeline was needed in the first place: to get more Canadian oil to U.S. refineries.

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Business, Pages 28 on 02/04/2014

Print Headline: Keystone reliance slows for producers

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