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Keystone extremely lacking—Trump promised a pipeline, but is delivering a punch line

Despite the big promises of Trump and pipeline promoters, Keystone XL still isn’t spanning the nation to bring Canadian sludge to the Gulf. Instead the pipeline still faces a series of state approvals before it can be built. More importantly,...Show More Summary

Keystone XL opponents vow long fight as Nebraska hearing concludes

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Opponents of the Keystone XL pipeline vowed on Thursday to block construction of the controversial project if Nebraska regulators approve the proposed route later this year. The state’s regulators wrapped up a final public hearing a day early on Thursday on TransCanada Corp’s proposed...

Keystone XL foes question proposed route through Nebraska

Opponents of the Keystone XL pipeline are questioning its proposed route through Nebraska in hopes that state regulators will reject the project or impose restrictions. The proposed pipeline faced another … Click to Continue »

Attorney grills company official in Keystone XL hearing

An attorney for Nebraska landowners who oppose the Keystone XL pipeline grilled one of the project's lead executives on Monday in a testy legal hearing before a state commission that … Click to Continue »

As Keystone XL’s fate is decided, activists descend on Nebraska.

The Nebraska Public Service Commission is holding hearings this week to review the proposed pipeline route.

Keystone XL pipeline fate in balance as Nebraska opens hearings

LINCOLN, Neb. (Reuters) - Nebraska regulators will hear final arguments for and against TransCanada Corp’s proposed Keystone XL pipeline this week before deciding whether to approve its route later this year, the last big hurdle for the long-delayed project after President Donald Trump gave it federal approval.

Keystone XL survived politics but economics could kill it

The proposed Keystone XL pipeline survived nine years of protests, lawsuits and political wrangling that saw the Obama administration reject it and President Donald Trump revive it, but now the … Click to Continue »

Keystone XL Pipeline May Never Be Completed Due To A Lack Of Customers

There are lots of good reasons to oppose the Keystone XL pipeline, but in the end, it may never get built because there are a lack of customers rather than because of protests and lawsuits. Keystone XL Pipeline May Never Be Completed...Show More Summary

Montana Eased Regulations for Keystone XL After Lobbying by TransCanada

As President Trump's State Department took steps to approve the Keystone XL pipeline, the project's owner, TransCanada, lobbied on two bills in Montana which will ease the company's regulatory burden in the state.  Those bills, HB 365...Show More Summary

US Oil Rig Count Nearly Doubles in Last Year Thanks to President Trump

One of President Trump’s first actions was an executive order advancing the construction of the Keystone XL and Dakota Access... The post US Oil Rig Count Nearly Doubles in Last Year Thanks to President Trump appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Keystone XL Pipeline Gets New Push From Revolving Door Team of Lobbyists

A changing of the guard in the White House, with President Donald Trump taking the helm, has spawned a hiring spree of new lobbyists to advocate for TransCanada's long-contested Keystone XL pipeline. In the forefront, TransCanada has...Show More Summary

House Strips State Dept. of Cross-Border Pipeline Approval (Think: Keystone XL)

Even though Hillary Clinton is no longer in charge of the State Department, some in the GOP continue to hold a grudge. Which is why they voted to removed the State Department from the approvals chain for pipelines that cross an international border. Show More Summary

Keystone XL opponent plans appeal to South Dakota high court

An attorney for a group fighting the Keystone XL pipeline says the organization plans to appeal a South Dakota judge's decision upholding state regulators' approval for the pipeline to cross … Click to Continue »

Nebraska landowners install solar panels in the path of the Keystone XL pipeline

Many Nebraska landowners are opposed to the Keystone XL pipeline slashing through their land. So they're fighting the proposed oil pipeline with clean, renewable energy. Activists launched the Solar XL campaign to install solar panels on land that Nebraska locals refuse to sell - directly in the path of the pipeline.[...]

Mike's Blog Round Up

Hometown USA: The Trump response to Russiagate is collapsing into chaos. Brane Space: Keystone XL has a new problem -- nobody needs it any more. The Psy of Life: A look at the psychology behind Republican floundering on ACA repeal. His...Show More Summary

Farmers And Ranchers Are Planning To Install Solar In The Path Of The Keystone Pipeline

There’s now a direct contrast between the proposed dirty fuel pipeline and a clean energy future. In rural Polk County, Nebraska, Jim Carlson’s fifth-generation farm happens to be directly in the proposed path of the Keystone XL pipeline. Show More Summary

To fight Keystone XL pipeline, activists placing solar panels in its path

Panels not pipes making stand for renewable energy on Nebraska farms Opponents of the Keystone XL pipeline, a long-debated infrastructure project that would transport hundreds of thousands of barrels of oil a day through the center of the U.S., have a new strategy to block to construction. Show More Summary

Keystone XL foes weigh appeal to South Dakota Supreme Court

Foes of the Keystone XL oil pipeline may appeal a South Dakota judge's decision upholding state regulators' authorization of the project where it crosses the state. Two groups said Friday … Click to Continue »

Oil companies are just not that into Keystone XL.

Crude oil has plummeted to $45 a barrel, scaring off investors who'd initially been interested.

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