WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Lawmakers in both chambers of Congress said Friday they are
moving forward with bills introduced this week to pluck the power of approving the Keystone
XL pipeline, which would run from Canada's oil sands to Texas, from the hands of the Obama
Republican Rep. Lee Terry from Nebraska introduced a bipartisan
bill on Friday to approve TransCanada Corp's 800,000 barrels per day Keystone XL pipeline. It is a companion bill to a bipartisan bill introduced on Thursday
by Senators John Hoeven, a North Dakota Republican, and Max Baucus, a Montana Democrat.