TransCanada, owners of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline, promised Nebraska state legislators this week to take additional steps to protect environmental safety if the project is approved by the federal government.
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Port Arthur, Tex., is the end of the line for TransCanada’s proposed pipeline for tar sands oil, Keystone XL, and a public hearing there drew a “massive” crowd of supporters Tuesday, according to the Beaumont Enterprise.
Opponents of the Keystone XL pipeline have revealed the contents of emails between State Department officials and TransCanada, which owns the proposed pipeline, and say they indicate a cozy and unethical relationship.
Friends of the Earth filed a federal lawsuit after the State Department denied their Freedom of Information More…
One of the most common arguments offered by the State Department and proponents of the Keystone XL pipeline is that the project will be safer than other pipelines because TransCanada has agreed to 57 conditions outside the normal regulations.
Ignoring Enbridge spill lessons, State Dept. claims Keystone XL rupture would not impact public health
As the U.S. State Dept. considers a proposal to build a nearly 2,000-mile long pipeline to transport Canadian tar sands to refineries on the Gulf Coast, key questions about the safety of moving tar sands by pipeline remain unanswered, watchdog groups warned this week.
Rep. Fred Upton (R-Mich.) called on Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to expedite the State Department’s review of a massive and controversial oil pipeline slated to stretch from Alberta, Canada, to Texas.
More than 75 environmental and conservation groups have signed a petition calling on the U.S. and Canadian governments to halt all oil sands projects that would result in the creation of new tailing ponds, which hold the waste of oil sands production.
Senate Democrats sent a letter to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton today asking her not to “prejudge” the outcome of an Obama administration review of a massive pipeline project that will stretch from Alberta, Canada to Texas.
A number of lawmakers are up in arms this week over vague comments by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton about the controversial TransCanada Keystone XL pipeline, which is slated to run from Alberta, Canada, to Texas.
Clinton, speaking in San Fransisco earlier this week, suggested that the State Department, More…