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Keystone Redux: TransCanada is Now Seeking An Ocean Route for its Dirty Tar Sands

The company that eventually lost a bid to build the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline (and has filed a lawsuit against the United States government for $15 billion for lost profits) is eyeing to get its tar sands oil to the Gulf Coast another way: by sea. read more

Oil Drilling Off U.S. East Coast Under Attack from Environmentalists

By Jennifer A. Dlouhy (Bloomberg) — Environmentalists emboldened by President Barack Obama’s rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline are now trying to convince the administration to close a door it opened last year to allow oil drilling off the Atlantic coast. Show More Summary

LOS ANGELES TIMES: Bernies Sanders turns “uncharacteristically confrontational” against Hillary Clin…

LOS ANGELES TIMES: Bernies Sanders turns “uncharacteristically confrontational” against Hillary Clinton in Iowa town hall. But in reality it was the usual rant on income inequality, the Iraq War, and Keystone XL. Sanders still refuses to go for the jugular on Clinton’s felonious handling of classified intelligence, or her serial mistreatment of the many victims […]

TransCanada Grasps at Straws in the Face of Defeat

Photo credit: "Youth Against KXL Pipeline 3/2/14" by Susan Melklsethlan licensed under CC BY 2.0. By Eric Huber, Sierra Club Senior Managing Attorney and Stephanie Hsiung, Sierra Club Research Analyst "The Keystone XL Pipeline wouldShow More Summary

TransCanada Grasps at Straws in the Face of Defeat

Photo credit: "Youth Against KXL Pipeline 3/2/14" by Susan Melklsethlan licensed under CC BY 2.0. By Eric Huber, Sierra Club Senior Managing Attorney and Stephanie Hsiung, Sierra Club Research Analyst "The Keystone XL Pipeline wouldShow More Summary

OBAMA’S KEYSTONE XL DECISION TRIGGERS CONSTITUTIONAL CHALLENGE: Oil giant TransCanada has filed an i…

OBAMA’S KEYSTONE XL DECISION TRIGGERS CONSTITUTIONAL CHALLENGE: Oil giant TransCanada has filed an intriguing (and underreported) lawsuit against various Obama Administration officials involved with the Administration’s decision to deny a cross-border permit for the Keystone XL pipeline. Show More Summary

The Keystone XL Rejection: Politics Above Process

TransCanada Corp. announced last week the initiation of one of the largest NAFTA trade claims in history against the United States, valued at $15 billion. The Canadian owner of the Keystone XL pipeline also filed a lawsuit against the administration for costs and losses incurred for what it says was [...]

Company behind scrapped Keystone XL pipeline sues the US for $15 billion CAD

Environmental advocates were thrilled when Obama announced a long-awaited veto on the controversial Keystone XL pipeline last November. While this may have been good news for the planet, TransCanada, the company behind the project, is a little less happy about the outcome. Show More Summary

TransCanada Hoping Bad Trade Deal Will Make Keystone XL A Reality

TransCanada is suing the U.S. government for blocking the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline.  The company argued in their federal court filings that President Obama had overstepped his Constitutional powers in putting the brakes...Show More Summary

TransCanada, This is What Democracy Looks Like

Canadian company TransCanada's announcement that it will sue the American people for $15 billion over the Obama administration's Keystone XL rejection perfectly illustrates how today's corporate-empowering trade policies not only undermine...Show More Summary

TransCanada Just Gave Environmentalists A Huge Boost

What does Keystone XL have to do with a major international trade agreement? The post TransCanada Just Gave Environmentalists A Huge Boost appeared first on ThinkProgress.

TransCanada is suing the U.S. over Obama’s rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline. The U.S. might lose.

On Jan. 6, TransCanada went to court to claim that the Obama administration’s failure to approve the Keystone XL pipeline violates U.S. obligations under the North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA. The company is asking for $15 billion in compensation from U.S. taxpayers. This mixes two challenges confronting President Obama and Democratic politicians in […]

TransCanada Lawsuit 'Unable to Reverse' Keystone Pipeline Rejection

The TransCanada Corporation lawsuit against US Secretary of State John Kerry will not overturn President Barack Obama’s refusal of the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, US advocacy group Greenpeace USA Researcher Jesse Coleman told Sputnik on Friday.

Keystone XL Tar Sands Oil Pipeline Not Dead Yet

The Keystone XL tar sands oil pipeline just won't quit coming back from the dead, as owner TransCanada strikes back with legal action on two fronts Keystone XL Tar Sands Oil Pipeline Not Dead Yet was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.

U.S. Sued for Killing Keystone XL Pipeline

TransCanada is suing the U.S. government for more than $15 billion in losses and damages for denying the Canadian company's permit to build the Keystone XL Pipeline. In a statement, TransCanada called those reasons for the denial ofShow More Summary

TransCanada Files Suit Over Keystone XL: Does It Have Merit?

The Obama administration is to blame for billions of dollars in losses, says TransCanada, which is taking the government to court over its decision to block the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline. The two suits, which some Canadian...Show More Summary

TransCanada Goes Legal On US Government Over The Rejection Of Keystone; Will It Wake Obama To The Problems Of Corporate Sovereignty?

4 weeks agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

Over the last few years, there's been a big controversy over the Keystone XL pipeline project, a massive planned project to build an oil pipeline from Canada to the US that many folks had been protesting, and which (after years and years of debate), President Obama finally rejected a few months back. Show More Summary

TransCanada legal challenges over Keystone pipeline face long odds

By Ayesha Rascoe WASHINGTON (Reuters) - TransCanada Corp faces a rocky legal path as it seeks to overturn President Barack Obama's denial of its Keystone XL pipeline or at least recoup some of its lost investment in the multibillion dollar project. Show More Summary

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