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Keystone XL

Landowner David Whitley stands next to Keystone XL repair site.
Dozens of "anomalies" — dents and welds — in need of repair on southern leg of Keystone XL thrusts controversial pipeline in the spotlight again.
A Canadian company is repairing dozens of defects along the newly laid southern leg of the Keystone...
Jun 5, 2013 | Read More
James Hansen at Keystone protest
Letter from leading scientists is one of the more striking criticisms of the pipeline to emerge from a docket of more than one million public comments.
WASHINGTON—Dozens of leading scientists in the fields of climate change, public health and ecology...
Jun 4, 2013 | Read More
Sec. of State John Kerry
As EPA begins posting public comments on the Keystone XL, individual voices emerge. Meet Stu Luttich, who talks about 'aboriginal prairie sod.'
WASHINGTON – Stu Luttich of Geneva, Neb. is just one of the thousands of ordinary Americans who sat...
May 28, 2013 | Read More
Rep. Nick Rahall (D-WV)
House Republicans push through another bill to speed the Keystone project, but with far less bipartisan support.
WASHINGTON – Republicans in the House of Representatives pushed through a bill on Wednesday that...
May 23, 2013 | Read More
Keystone protests
Green groups turn away from the political tactics that failed them in the 2009 climate policy fight and join activists voicing opposition in the streets.
As decision day nears on the Keystone XL oil pipeline, the environmental movement looks different...
May 23, 2013 | Read More
President Barack Obama speaks at the site of the southern leg of the Keystone XL
U.S. oil production is suddenly booming. Question now is, will Obama say yes to the Canadian tar sands being part of this fossil fuel revival?
U.S. oil production is suddenly growing so fast that some analysts are questioning how much the...
May 21, 2013 | Read More
Christy Clark, Premier of British Columbia.
Anti-pipeline candidate ahead in the polls loses British Columbia election, but pipeline projects still face hurdles.
Environmentalists suffered a setback on Tuesday when British Columbia re-elected a premier who left...
May 16, 2013 | Read More
Under pressure, the department reverses itself and says it will provide online public access to comments on its controversial environmental review.
A State Department official confirmed that for the first time the department will make public all...
Apr 25, 2013 | Read More
The Canadian company calls the scope and tone of the agency’s comments on the pipeline that will bisect the U.S. heartland 'somewhat surprising.'
WASHINGTON—The Canadian builder of the Keystone XL pipeline has lashed out at the Environmental...
Apr 24, 2013 | Read More
Climate change protest February 2013 in Washington, D.C.
Enviromentalists and the EPA take apart State Dept's Keystone review, and momentum shifts yet again toward pipeline opponents in the long-running battle.
WASHINGTON—Leading environmental groups declared on Monday that the Obama administration's latest...
Apr 23, 2013 | Read More