Jim 普伦蒂斯, the premier of 艾伯塔省, Canada, says the fight over the Keystone XL pipeline has been a long and tortured process. But, he adds, if President Obama vetoes a bill that would approve construction, the issue will not necessarily go away.
普伦蒂斯（Prentice）在华盛顿特区，以解决这些问题，并游说国会和政府当局就此事进行下一步行动。在接受NPR采访时's David Greene, he says 艾伯塔省 "has the most exacting standards around in terms of carbon emissions, the regulatory framework that surrounds industrial emissions." He says 艾伯塔省 has taken steps to control venting and flaring of methane. "In all these areas, I think we're world-class."