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Montana Energy 2014

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Montana Energy 2014 kicks off Wednesday.

The two day conference and trade show will feature 180 exhibits.

Organizers of the event says it is Montana's leading energy conference and trade show.

Zane Johnson and David Zinke, Territorial Landworks and Knife River Corporation respectfully, both agree that work in the oil fields of Eastern Montana is helping business in Billings.

Montana Attorney General Tim Fox says it's imperative that the final phase of the Keystone XL Pipeline is approved.

Dena Hoff lives in Glendive, Montana and says everyone that supports the pipeline is misinformed and wouldn't support it if they knew the facts.

The final say so in regards to the Keystone XL Pipeline will be had by President Barack Obama. His office has said to not expect a ruling on the pipeline at least until May.

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