On a windy day in the sleepy town of Cowgill, Missouri, Project Manager Al-Aziz Moosa and his colleagues watch with anticipation as years of research and development are tested before them. The testing, which is taking place on the first phase of TransCanada’s Keystone System in north
Five years ago, the Keystone Pipeline System began transporting crude oil from Canada to U.S. refineries. Earlier this week, we announced that Keystone has now safely delivered over one billion barrels of oil in that time. The Keystone System offers the United States refineries a safe
1. “Keystone is for Canadian oil” U.S. produced oil from the Bakken region will be carried on Keystone XL, a fact many project opponents deliberately ignore. Keystone XL will carry upwards of 100,000 bpd of crude oil from the North Dakota and Montana. What impact does an a
“ The ground doesn’t look any different than it did beforehand.” Charles Barber, Keystone landowner Looking out at his land, Charles Barber can hardly believe what he sees. Or, maybe more properly, what he doesn’t see. ”The ground doesn’t look any different than it did bef
For landowners Eldean and Norma farming has been, and always will be, an important part of their lives. Born and raised in Southeast Nebraska and married for almost 57 years, the two didn’t start out with much, but have since made a good living for themselves and their family, farming
The Keystone XL (KXL) Project is a proposed 36-inch-diameter crude oil pipeline, beginning in Hardisty, Alberta, and extending south to Steele City, Nebraska. This pipeline is a critical infrastructure project for the economic strength and energy security of the United States. Enhanced standards, powerful technology and independent reviews will ensure that KXL is built and operated to uphold our fundamental commitment to safety and the communities we serve.