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Ogallala Aquifer Report Fails to Settle Concerns Over Oil Spill Risk

A thorough and adequate study of the impacts has not been done, a scientist says; it's a rigorous and comprehensive review, says TransCanada's CEO.

Jan 14, 2013
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Texas landowner protests construction of the southern leg of the Keystone XL pip

"I don't think that's too much to ask given that agriculture [contributes] 17 billion dollars a year for our state's economy, which obviously needs water to exist," said Kleeb, whose group has led Nebraska's pipeline opposition. "We as American taxpayers pay EPA and other federal agencies. So [they] should be able to find the money in their budgets to fund these studies."

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