Keystone XL Pipeline – The Only Winner is the Koch Brothers

Keystone XL PipelineBuilding the Keystone XL Pipeline Could Mean 

$100 Billion in Profits for the Koch Brothers.

The owners of Koch Industries, Charles and David Koch, will benefit if President Obama allows the Keystone XL Pipeline to be built. In recent years it has been reported that the Kochs hold up to 2 million acres in Alberta, could earn roughly $100 billion in profits from the project, and have spent more than $50 million on Congress and Think Tanks that heavily push for the pipeline.

Yet, the Kochs have repeatedly claimed that they have no interest

in the Keystone XL Pipeline.

Below is a map showing all the Koch Assets in the tar sands as well as interests all along the proposed pipeline itself.

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