A recent oil spill in South Dakota failed to rattle Nebraska regulators, who just approved a leg of the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - South Dakota regulators said on Tuesday they could revoke TransCanada Corp's permit to operate the Keystone crude oil pipeline in the state if an initial probe into last week's spill finds the company violated its license.
The clean-up of an oil spill from TransCanada Corp’s Keystone pipeline may last several weeks, South Dakota’s environmental regulator said on Wednesday, but it is still unclear when the key artery will restart. Last week, the Keystone system linking Alberta’s oil sands with U.S....
Last week the Keystone pipeline spilled 5,000 barrels of oil. This week Nebraska decided to allow the Keystone XL extension to be built right through the state
Despite an oil spill that could have dampened the prospects of the Keystone XL Pipeline, Nebraska regulators approved a key portion of the line that would go through that state. The 3-to-2 vote by the Nebraska Public Service Commission...Show More Summary
Despite Thursday’s large oil spill from the Keystone pipeline in South Dakota, Nebraska regulators on Monday approved the $8 billion Keystone XL Pipeline, clearing a last major hurdle for the project. The move does not guarantee theShow More Summary
An independent, five-person panel voted to approve an alternative route for TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline on Monday, clearing the final regulatory hurdle before construction on the project can begin. The decision comes just days after the existing Keystone pipeline leaked more than 200,000 gallons of crude oil in South Dakota, and a little more than […]
TransCanada received its final required pipeline route approval, winning Nebraska’s permission to build its long-delayed Keystone XL crude oil pipeline across the state... just days after a 5,000 barrel spill in South Dakota shut the...Show More Summary
Protesters who spent years advocating against the pipeline had warned that it would leak.
A day after a Keystone Pipeline leak spilled more than 200,000 gallons of oil in South Dakota, the pipeline operator says the incident is "controlled" and there is no risk to public safety. Read moreing Blogs | Comments
In April 2016, just five months after President Barack Obama rejected the proposal to build the Keystone XL pipeline, the existing Keystone pipeline leaked 17,000 gallons of oil onto private land in southeastern South Dakota.
Around 210,000 gallons of oil spilled onto the grasslands of South Dakota on Thursday. Get a 360-degree aerial view of the damage it left behind.
A leak along the existing leg of TransCanada’s Keystone pipeline has spilled at least 200,000 gallons of oil in South Dakota as of Friday, prompting the company to shut down much of the system. It is officially the largest spill in the pipeline’s history, surpassing a leak last year that sent 16,800 gallons of oil […]
TransCanada, which began to mop up 210,000 gallons of oil in South Dakota, will ask Nebraska regulators to approve a Keystone XL project on Monday.
CALGARY, Alberta/LINCOLN, Neb. (Reuters) - A major oil spill on the Keystone pipeline in South Dakota helped push U.S. crude prices higher on Friday, while fueling opposition to another pipeline project by owner TransCanada Corp that faces a crunch decision in Nebraska next week.
Rachel Maddow rounds up some of the day's top stories that have made it a challenging news day to keep up with everything that is going on.
The Keystone pipeline leaked some 210,000 gallons of oil in northeast South Dakota Thursday morning. The spill is the latest in a series of mishaps in the 2,687-mile pipeline system that transports material extracted from the oil sands in Alberta, Canada into the Great Plains where it’s refined and stored. Show More Summary
The Keystone pipeline leaked, spilling 5,000 gallons of oil near the small South Dakota town of Amherst. White House Legislative Director Marc Short assures the nation that there is no hypocrisy involved in President Donald Trump's condemnation...Show More Summary