The Keystone Pipeline Can Reopen But At Drastically Reduced Capacity, Officials Say
Federal officials on Tuesday said that continued operation of the damaged section of the Keystone pipeline “without corrective action is or would be hazardous to life, property, or the environment." TransCanada must reduce the pipeline's pressure by 20% — meaning a whole lot less oil can be transported.
This probably isn't what you have in mind when you think of oil and bikini models. These are from the Surfrider calendar in Europe. Surfrider, if you couldn't tell from the BP-themed satire, is an environmental preservation organization. Relax. It's not really crude oil. Photoshoppery ahoy.