Rocky Mountain oil is getting into the gas business in the United States.
Its newest subsidiary, Keystone Pipeline, is now being built from Canada’s tar sands region to the Gulf Coast.
But for now, the company is making its most ambitious foray into the oil business in decades.
It is building a huge, 3.8 million-barrel-a-day pipeline from a new terminal in Edmonton, Alberta, to the Canadian oil sands region.
That project, Keystone XL, is expected to begin operating by late 2018.
And now the company has begun making its way from Alberta to Houston to test out Keystone XL.
Keystone XL will carry tar sands oil from the Bakken Formation in North Dakota, which is used for the production of crude oil, to refineries in Texas.
The pipeline will be the largest oil pipeline ever built.
But it will also have some challenges.
Keystone is the largest pipeline ever constructed.
But the vast majority of its construction is being done by other companies.
That means it has some problems that will likely require a few years to solve.
That’s because the company must navigate a number of regulatory hurdles before it can get its oil on the road.
Keystone will also need to be able to withstand a flood.
But unlike the pipelines in Alberta and Saskatchewan, Keystone is designed to withstand the kind of flooding that can happen when heavy rainfall floods a pipeline.
Keystone, which will pass through an oil field, will be built to withstand one of the most extreme natural disasters in history.
“It’s a very, very complex and challenging project,” said Kevin Wysocki, a geologist at the University of Alberta in Edmonton.
The Keystone XL pipeline, which has been approved by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, will run about 930 miles from Alberta’s oilsands to the Texas Gulf Coast, where the pipeline will enter the Gulf of Mexico.
That is the equivalent of traveling from New York to London in six hours.
But a lot of work is still needed to get Keystone up and running.
The first phase of the pipeline is already being built in Edmonton and is set to be completed by early 2019.
The project will be operated by Keystone Energy Corp., a unit of Exxon Mobil Corp. The company will be responsible for the engineering, design and construction of the new terminal and the pipeline.
The $7.5 billion Keystone XL project is being financed by the federal government through the U:S.
The U.N. is funding most of the project.
In January, U.K.-based energy giant EDF said it will build a similar terminal in New Orleans.
Keystone’s Keystone pipeline will have about 10,000 barrels of oil a day, the largest amount in the world.
But some critics say that’s not enough.
“I’m a bit worried about what the price is going to be for oil in the coming months,” said Bill O’Brien, the president of the American Petroleum Institute, a trade group that represents major oil companies.
“The price has been pretty low for a while.”
A recent survey by the National Energy Board found that about 80 percent of respondents think Keystone XL is more expensive than other pipelines.
Keystone has had some trouble getting permits to build new pipelines in the past.
A 2012 pipeline ruptured and leaked more than 400,000 gallons of crude into the Mississippi River, causing billions of dollars of damage.
In 2016, the pipeline rupturing in Nebraska, which had never built a new pipeline, cost $2.8 billion.
The oil industry has criticized Keystone XL as being too risky and too expensive to build.
“We are concerned about the pipeline and Keystone XL,” said John Kavanagh, the chairman of the Nebraska Oil and Gas Association.
“Our concerns are about the costs associated with it, the risk to our environment and our workers.”
But Keystone is building Keystone XL because it needs the oil to meet demand in the U, where its production is expected continue to grow.
“They’re looking for a place to ship a lot more oil,” said Robert G. Thompson, an analyst at the International Energy Agency.
“This is a way to get oil from North Dakota to Texas and Gulf Coast refineries.”
Keystone XL’s pipeline will go from Edmonton to a new, $9 billion terminal at the Rocky Mountain City refinery in Colorado.
It will also pass through Alberta’s oil sands.
“That will be a massive refinery,” said Craig Hahn, a former CEO of Enbridge Inc., which operates the Keystone Pipeline.
“But the thing that’s going to keep Keystone XL in the pipeline business is that it will be able take that oil and ship it.”
Keystone’s pipeline won’t be able transfer that oil to refiners on the Gulf coast.
It’s intended to be shipped from the Alberta oil sands to refines in the Gulf, which can’t handle it.
But Keystone’s biggest challenge is getting the oil