The Keystone XL Pipeline Project was a proposed 1,179-mile (1,897 km), 36-inch-diameter crude oil pipeline, beginning in Hardisty, Alta., and extending south to Steele City, Neb. This pipeline was intended to be a critical infrastructure project for the energy security of the United S
The Keystone XL Pipeline was under review by the U.S. Administration for over seven years before it was ultimately denied a presidential permit in 2016. Here are some key dates in the projects history: 2008 September 19 – TransCanada filed its application for a Presidential Perm
329 miles (529 km) in Canada (Hardisty, Alta., to Monchy, Sask.) 840 miles (1,351 km) in the United States (Phillips County, Mont. to Steele City, Neb.) 36-inch diameter pipeline Capacity of 830,000 barrels per day
On November 6, 2015, President Obama chose to deny the required presidential permit for the Keystone XL Pipeline, a proposed 1,179-mile (1,897 km) cross border crude oil pipeline which had been under review by the U.S. Administration for over seven years.
On January 6th, 2016, TransCanada challenged that denial by announcing it has taken legal action under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and also initiated Constitutional litigation against the U.S. Administration. TransCanada continues to review its options and remains committed to building the Keystone XL Pipeline.
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