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US Senator John Hoeven discusses why Keystone XL pipeline approval is pivotal to energy security.

Both sides using political framing in Keystone XL Pipeline debate - but science was on one side

As supporters and opponents of the proposed Keystone XL (KXL) Pipeline testified at public hearings in Nebraska between 2010-2013, several interest groups attempted to frame the debate in different ways. A University of Kansas (KU) researcher...Show More Summary

Hillary Clinton's Keystone Crisis

Hillary Clinton's pipeline problem started in earnest this July 28, when Bruce Blodgett, a retired software engineer, asked Clinton about her position on Keystone XL during a town hall forum in Nashua, New Hampshire. The video of Clinton's...Show More Summary

Did Keystone XL Judges Profit Off Ruling?

Today on The BradCast I'm joined by investigative journalist Steve Horn of DeSmogBlog to discuss his new article investigating the federal judges who oversaw the case that allowed the southern leg of the Keystone XL pipeline to move forward.

Why Won't Hillary Clinton Take a Stand on Keystone?

The story was originally published by Grist and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Rumor has it that President Obama will officially reject the Keystone XL pipeline in the coming weeks. But whatever he decides, you can be sure the issue won't go away. Show More Summary

No Keystone, No Problem: The Oil Industry Is Making Other Pipeline Plans

Environmentalists have been waiting since 2008 for President Barack Obama's decision on whether to approve the Keystone XL pipeline. That decision may come any day now. But Canada’s tar sands industry hasn't been waiting around.Publicly, TransCanada, the company behind the embattled pipeline, insi

Judges Nixing Keystone XL South Cases Had Tar Sands-Related Oil Investments

On August 4, the U.S. Appeals Court for the 10th Circuit shot down the Sierra Club's petition for rehearing motion for the southern leg of TransCanada's Keystone XL tar sands export pipeline. The decision effectively writes the final...Show More Summary

Barnburner Up North

A Bloomberg Politics piece by Nicole Gaoette about the imterplay between Obama's decision on the XL Keystone Pipeline and the Canadian national elections served as a reminder that something of...

Keystone XL review drags on 5 times longer than average

WASHINGTON — For six and a half years, the White House has had a quick comeback to questions about its yet-to-be-announced decision on the proposed Keystone XL pipeline: Talk to the State Department. Continue reading ? The post Keystone XL review drags on 5 times longer than average appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

It’s Last Stop, South Dakota For Keystone XL Pipeline

TransCanada, owner of the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline, has been quietly preparing to hear the Obama Administration say, "You're fired!" It’s Last Stop, South Dakota For Keystone XL Pipeline was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.

Keystone XL review drags on 5 times longer than average

Under a George W. Bush-era executive order, oil pipelines crossing U.S. borders require a presidential permit, setting off a government-wide review that the State Department coordinates. President Barack Obama, in no rush to anger either...Show More Summary

Open thread for night owls: If Keystone XL is nixed, Trans-Canada may sue using NAFTA provision

The Alberta tar sands. Nadia Prupis writes Sensing Keystone XL Rejection, TransCanada Scopes NAFTA Lawsuit: TransCanada Corporation, the company behind the controversial Keystone XL tar sands pipeline, is furtively planning its next steps—including suing the U.S. Show More Summary

Keystone XL Permit Hearing Concludes After Nine Contentious Days in South Dakota

TransCanada’s days of having its pipeline permit requests rubber-stamped are long over. A nine-day hearing to reconsider its Keystone XL permit through South Dakota proved that.  Yet many left the hearing in Pierre, South Dakota, wondering...Show More Summary

Permits Required to Build TransCanada’s Keystone XL Pipeline in Jeopardy As Hearings Reveal Missteps

TransCanada’s decision to purchase all of the pipe needed to complete the Keystone XL Pipeline before receiving a presidential permit could prove a costly mistake. Not only is President Obama expected to reject the permit TransCanada...Show More Summary

Hillary Clinton Avoids Taking A Stand On Keystone XL Pipeline & Once Again Undermines Fight For Reproductive Rights

  “If it’s undecided when I become president, I will answer your question.” –Hillary Clinton One reason why Hillary Clinton is dropping in the polls and Bernie Sanders is climbing is that voters prefer a more open and honest candidate such as Sanders. Hillary Clinton has practiced triangulation to avoid taking a stand on controversial [...]Show More Summary

TransCanada Keystone XL Hits New Turbulence As South Dakota Permit Hearing Implodes Over Pipeline Corrosion, Market Demand

Attachment Size direct testimony of David Diakow (01879658x9FB59).pdf 450.56 KB corey-goulet-transcanada-testimony.pdf 152.27 KB TransCanadaKeystone Root Cause Report_ Feb 15 ver1docx _2_.pdf 2.41 MB Holes too big to fix were poked in TransCanada’s narrative that its Keystone XL tar sands pipeline will be the safest pipeline ever built. Show More Summary

TransCanada's Self-Inflicted, Possibly Fatal Keystone XL Blunder

What might have been a sleepy mid-summer South Dakota pipeline permitting process turned into a major headache for TransCanada and supporters of the controversial Keystone XL tar sands pipeline this week when new evidence emerged about...Show More Summary

Poll: Do you think the US will approve the Keystone XL pipeline?

With the end of the Obama administration in sight (or at least the 2016 presidential campaigns already making headlines), signs point toward a deadline on the Keystone XL decision. In a press briefing Wednesday, Eric Schultz, a White House spokesman, said the Keystone XL issue would be resolved by the time President Barack Obama leaves office […]

Keystone pipeline’s fate to be decided during Obama’s term

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President Barack Obama plans to decide before leaving office whether to approve the controversial Keystone XL pipeline that would send Canadian crude oil to US refineries. Eric Schultz, a White House spokesman, said Wednesday that the issue will be resolved before January 2017. “That approval...

Hillary Clinton: An Indecisive Hamlet on the Issues?

Hillary Clinton is known for being politically cautious to a fault. But no one expected the non-answer that she gave at a town-hall meeting in New Hampshire this week when she was asked her stance on building the Keystone XL pipeline.  “If it’s undecided when I become president, I will answer your question,” Clinton said. Show More Summary

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