TransCanada has wasted no time since President Donald Trump signed a January 24 executive order calling for U.S. federal agencies to permit construction of the Keystone XL pipeline. The Calgary-based company has already re-applied for a presidential permit through the U.S. Show More Summary
At his February 16 press conference, President Donald Trump discussed his executive orders calling for U.S. federal agencies to grant TransCanada and Energy Transfer Partners the permits needed to build the Keystone XL and Dakota Access...Show More Summary
President Donald Trump got ahead of himself Friday when he said he's approved construction of the Keystone XL pipeline. Trump has signed an order asking the TransCanada pipeline company to … Click to Continue »
Trump has signed an order asking the TransCanada pipeline company to "resubmit its application" for a permit to build the project, which it has done. Late in his presidency, Barack Obama rejected Keystone XL on environmental grounds. Trump's order directs the State Department and other agencies to make a decision within 60 days of the application.
In response to the ongoing battle over the Dakota Access and Keystone XL pipelines, the oil industry and the groups it funds have started a new refrain: transporting crude oil through pipelines is safer than by “dangerous” rail. It's...Show More Summary
In case you missed it, the legal and bureaucratic battle over the Dakota Access and Keystone XL pipelines is finished. We won. President Donald J....
The company's previous attempts to start construction in Nebraska have been thwarted by activists and some landowners who worry about its environmental impact. The Keystone XL would travel from Canada through Montana, South Dakota and Nebraska, where it would connect with an existing Keystone pipeline network to carry crude oil to Texas Gulf Coast refineries.
The developer of the Keystone XL pipeline is once again seeking approval for a route through Nebraska. TransCanada said Thursday that it has filed an application with the state commission … Click to Continue »
When President Donald Trump signed executive orders pushing for the approval and expedited review of the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines, an oil industry-funded think tank put out an interesting comment supporting the move in...Show More Summary
President Donald Trump's first week in office was spent signing executive orders regarding the Dakota Access and Keystone XL Pipelines, visa and refugee programs and a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, all which sparked nationwide demonstrations and protests. Show More Summary
U.S. President Donald Trump recently signed orders to revive the Dakota Access and Keystone XL oil pipelines. This will eventually lead to a decline in oil prices, but it shouldn't cause the stock markets to fall.
By Steve Horn and Itai Vardi Believe it or not, there's a key connection to Russia and its president, Vladimir Putin, in the fight over North America's controversial Keystone XL pipeline. One of President Donald Trump’s first actions in office was to sign an executive order on January 24 expediting the approval of the Keystone XL. Show More Summary
Donald Trump signs orders to green-light the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines. Source: Donald Trump's Twitter Account US Jewry stands out more than any Jewish community in history. They will determine if this works for them or...Show More Summary
"I don't even think it was controversial," he said of his recent moves to fast-track the Dakota Access and Keystone XL pipelines.
The controversial Keystone XL pipeline is an extension of an already existing pipeline. It will carry oil from Canada to the US. President Trump recently ordered an expedited review of the pipeline. This is the complex way oil is extracted from sand in Canada. Follow Tech Insider: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »
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Submitted by Arthur Berman via OilPrice.com, The Keystone XL Pipeline (KXL) is a bet on much higher oil prices several years from now. It will take at least $85 oil prices to develop the new oil sand projects needed to fill the pipeline. It is also a bet that U.S. Show More Summary
A major protest in Los Angeles took place Sunday to show distaste over executive orders approving the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines.
By Chip Colwell, University of Colorado Denver On his fourth day as U.S. president, Donald Trump penned executive orders to advance construction of the Dakota Access pipeline and the Keystone XL pipeline. A week later, there were reports...Show More Summary
The Keystone XL Pipeline (KXL) is a bet on much higher oil prices several years from now. The risk for the Keystone XL Pipeline is that much higher prices will collapse the global economy before new projects can fill the pipeline and pay out the investment.