Manufacturers say delay on Keystone XL will hurt job growth.
Press Release Summary:
November 8, 2011 - Chip Yost, NAM VP for Energy and Resources Policy, issued statement urging Administration to move forward on decision to approve Keystone XL Pipeline Project. According to Yost, report that Administration may not move forward until early next year is disappointing. Project will immediately create 20,000 construction and manufacturing jobs in U.S., and, according to Perryman Report, it will create additional 118,000 indirect jobs and inject $20 billion into economy.
Original Press Release
Manufacturers: Further Delay on Keystone XL Will Hurt Job Growth
Press release date: October 26, 2011