In an interview with Sandra Smith from Fox News, a Nebraska farmer swatted down her contention that a Keystone XL pipeline President Donald Trump wants to revive will put America on the road to energy independence. Nebraska farmer Art Tanderup farms outside of Neligh (population 1,599 recorded by...
Nebraska farmer Art Tanderup urged the Trump administration on Friday to abandon plans to build the Keystone XL pipeline and focus instead on boosting renewable energy. In a four-minute interview on Fox News, Tanderup ? who heads a group...Show More Summary
Neligh, NEBRASKA (Reuters) - When President Donald Trump handed TransCanada Pipeline Co. a permit for its Keystone XL pipeline last month, he said the company could now build the long-delayed and divisive project "with efficiency and with speed."
SENIOR OBAMA ENERGY OFFICIAL: ‘I Think the Keystone XL Pipeline Should Have Been Built’ Adam Sieminski, the former administrator of the Energy Department’s Energy Information Administration, told Axios on the sidelines of a Brookings Institution event that the pipeline should have been constructed. “One opinion I don’t have to stifle anymore is that I think […]
The Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN) and North Coast Rivers Alliance (NCRA) filed suit in Federal District Court in Great Falls, Montana on Monday, March 27, challenging the Presidential Permit issued by President Trump allowing...Show More Summary
A state commission that will decide whether to approve the Keystone XL pipeline's route through Nebraska has scheduled a five-day public hearing on the project. The Nebraska Public Service Commission … Click to Continue »
The Seattle City Council has voted to oppose the Keystone XL Pipeline and to request that the city's finance department avoid contracting with banks that back the $8 billion project. … Click to Continue »
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — A coalition of environmental groups challenged the federal permit for the Keystone XL oil pipeline in court on Thursday because they say additional environmental scrutiny is needed.
A commission that will decide whether to approve the Keystone XL in Nebraska is allowing the pipeline's opponents to formally participate in its proceedings. The Nebraska Public Service Commission's chairman … Click to Continue »
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Several environmental groups filed a single lawsuit against the Trump administration Thursday in response to the president’s decision to approve construction of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline. The six groups said in their federal complait that Donald Trump relied on outdated information when he gave the U. Show More Summary
Environmental groups filed two federal lawsuits this week seeking to block construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, which President Donald Trump recently approved. The State Department and other federal agencies shirked their responsibilities to evaluate the oil pipeline’s environmental impact, both lawsuits allege. Show More Summary
Six environmental groups filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration on Thursday to challenge its decision to approve construction of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline. The groups told a federal court in Montana that the State Department, which granted the permit needed for the pipeline...
A coalition of environmental groups is challenging the federal permit for the Keystone XL oil pipeline in court because they say additional environmental scrutiny is needed. The Sierra Club joined … Click to Continue »
It’s been almost exactly six years since the opposition to the Keystone XL pipeline went national, with climate scientists and environmental activists joining Native Americans and Nebraska ranchers who’d begun the battle against transporting tar sands from Alberta, Canada, to the Texas Gulf Coast....
The glee is palpable among fossil fools over Donald Trump’s actions favoring the Keystone XL pipeline and trashing several Obama-era climate-related initiatives. But it’s premature. Environmental activists say they are determined to fight. Show More Summary
On Friday, U.S. President Donald Trump and the State Department issued the go-ahead for the Keystone XL pipeline. They received terse rebuke from environmental and social advocacy organizations, which promised to fight the project in court. Can Trump actually speed the project through as he promised?
Canada's natural resource minister said his government is happy the Keystone XL pipeline been approved, but that Canada remains determined to diversify its oil exports. Continue reading ? The post Canada determined to diversify despite Keystone XL approval appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Canada's natural resource minister said Saturday his government is happy the Keystone XL pipeline has finally been approved by the White House, but he noted that obstacles remain and said … Click to Continue »