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Last updated on Friday, January 20, 2012
(WASHINGTON) -The Obama administration on Wednesday rejected the $7 billion dollar privately funded Keystone XL pipeline that a Greenwood company was set to benefit from.
Senator Richard Lugar in press release Wednesday said Greenwood's Endress+Hauser could have been a direct supplier with the company poised to fill a $650,000 order.
The pipeline was proposed to stretch from Canada all the way to the gulf coast in Texas.
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