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The CEO of TransCanada Corporation, Russ Girling, is “very confident” his Keystone XL pipeline project will finally be approved by President Obama next year, according to the Wall Street Journal’s MarketWatch blog:

“I remain very confident. It’s a very important project” and the safest way to move oil to the U.S., Girling said. “I remain 100% confident this project makes sense for energy security and all the jobs and economic benefits that come with it,” he added.

Girling was asked what he’d say to Tom Steyer, a billionaire hedge fund executive and environmental activist from California who has led a campaign against Keystone on grounds it would increase greenhouse gases and accelerate climate change.