Keystone XL denial challenge detailed

United States Supreme Court in Washington, D.C.
Why is TransCanada taking legal action in response to the U.S. Administration’s decision to deny a Presidential Permit for the Keystone XL Pipeline? Kristine Delkus, executive vice president, stakeholder relations and general counsel, at TransCanada provided and explanation of TransCa
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TransCanada challenges Keystone XL denial

Gavel with U.S. Constitution in the background
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest summed up the past seven years accurately when he said during an early November 2015 press briefing “I would venture to say that there’s probably no infrastructure project in the history of the United States that’s been as politicized as this o
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Presidential Permit denial: A disappointing choice

On November 6, 2015, President Obama chose to deny the required presidential permit for Keystone XL. In light of this decision we will review our options, which will include filing a new application to receive a Presidential Permit for a cross border crude oil pipeline from Canada to
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Celebrating 5 years and 1 billion barrels on the Keystone Pipeline System

Keystone XL has now been in review for more than seven years.
When Gary Westphal received word back in 2007 that TransCanada was planning to build a pump station in Butler County, Nebraska to support the original Keystone Pipeline, the born and raised Nebraskan couldn’t help but feel excited. The General Manager at Butler Public Power District r
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