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EPA has slammed the State Department's earlier draft reviews. Pipeline opponents are counting on the agency to be as tough on the final assessment.
WASHINGTON—Any day now, the EPA will be weighing in with an analysis of the State Department's...
10/19/2011 | Read More
Did TransCanada’s well-connected lobbyist help scuttle the idea?
In June of 2010, in the midst of the BP Gulf oil disaster, someone deep in the bowels of the U.S....
09/27/2011 | Read More
The Republican governor, a Keystone XL supporter, has joined those who want the pipeline moved away from the state's most valuable water resource.
WASHINGTON—A growing determination by Nebraskans to protect their precious aquifer could give...
09/16/2011 | Read More
The decision now rests with Sec. of State Clinton—and the pipeline's proponents and opponents are gearing up for their final arguments.
WASHINGTON—Proponents and opponents of the fiercely debated Keystone XL pipeline agree on at least...
09/12/2011 | Read More
The Nebraskans say that extending the deadline to May 2012 would give the Legislature another session to beef up its oil pipeline safeguards
WASHINGTON—Five Nebraska senators are asking Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to delay a decision...
06/03/2011 | Read More
Conservation groups urge State Dept to hold meetings in at least 24 communities along Keystone XL's route before issuing its environmental review
WASHINGTON—Any day now, it's expected the U.S. State Department will be releasing a revamped...
04/07/2011 | Read More
FOIA expert says the State Department lacks sufficient grounds for denying the request
WASHINGTON—Environmental advocates are already doubtful of the U.S. State Department’s ability to...
01/17/2011 | Read More
Concern that State Department is pre-judging the outcome of a pipeline permit without adequate analysis
Leading Senate Democrats are scolding the State Department for hastily moving to approve a Canada-...
10/29/2010 | Read More
Johanns wants to keep TransCanada's proposed oil artery away from Ogallala aquifer and sandhills
WASHINGTON—Concern that a proposed oil pipeline could irreversibly damage his home state’s aquifer...
10/18/2010 | Read More
When "voluntary" agreements to allow pipeline to cross private property fail, TransCanada goes to court
WASHINGTON—It’s evidently the same document. But when a grassroots organization refers to it as a...
09/15/2010 | Read More