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we want to prevent the worst effects of climate change reports to light retirement factors is now president Obama on Friday killed a highly controversial keystone XL oil pipeline this morning secretary Kerry informed me that after extensive public outreach , in consultation with other cabinet agencies , the state department has decided that the keystone XL pipeline , would not serve the national interest of the United States , proposed pipeline which would run from Canada after America to the Gulf of Mexico has divided petroleum interested environmentalists for years , reporter counted the project ability to bring over eight hundred thousand barrels of crude oil to U. S. , reducing the country's dependence on foreign oil but opponents raised concerns that the extraction from Alberta's oilsands during the enormous amount of greenhouse gases we're going to prevent large parts of the earth from becoming not only in the hospital but uninhabitable in our lifetime , we have to keep some fossil fuels in the ground rather than burn , and release more dangerous pollution in the sky Obama also fired back against claims that the project had the potential to create forty two thousand jobs , instead urging Congress to pass a bipartisan infrastructure built that he that would create thirty times more jobs in the excel grant candidate president grass growing issued a statement Friday thank you disappointed by Obama's rejection and that the company would review it options to continue pushing for the pipeline