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U.S. support for Keystone XL pipeline is softening, new poll suggests

CALGARY – As senators in Washington D.C. prepare to vote Tuesday on “Buy America” and “no export” amendments for a bill that would approve TransCanada Corp.’s Keystone XL pipeline, support for the much-debated oilsands line may not be as widespread and deeply felt as previously thought, accordingly to the results of a new poll. 659 more words

Energy

Keystone XL faces new challenge in Nebraska as landowners file lawsuit

TransCanada Corp. was sued by Nebraska landowners in a new bid to block the Keystone XL pipeline a week after the state’s highest court rebuffed an attempt to void the approved path across the state, a leg that would complete the route from Alberta oilsands to Gulf Coast refineries. 439 more words

Energy

With Keystone XL court win in Nebraska, Obama is now losing the process battle

U.S. President Barack Obama, who wants process to run its course in the review of Keystone XL, can’t be pleased with Friday’s Nebraska court decision that removes one of the last known obstacles to the project. 826 more words

Energy

Prentice welcomes Keystone court decision, says he will lobby for pipeline

Premier Jim Prentice says the Keystone XL pipeline is more important than ever because of sinking oil prices and he plans to lobby personally for the project in the United States. 656 more words

Politics

Kelly McParland: No matter how many battles Canada wins on Keystone, Obama has the last shot

TransCanada Corp.’s attempt to build the $8 billion Keystone XL pipeline to the U.S. Gulf Coast may ultimately go down as a unique episode in Canada-U.S. 799 more words

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Kelly McParland: No matter how many battles Canada wins on Keystone, Obama has the last shot

TransCanada Corp.’s attempt to build the $8 billion Keystone XL pipeline to the U.S. Gulf Coast may ultimately go down as a unique episode in Canada-U.S. 799 more words

Barack Obama

Keystone XL approval bill clears major hurdle in Senate despite Obama's veto threat

WASHINGTON — U.S. Senate Republicans on Thursday advanced a bill to approve construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline, their top priority in a new campaign to push back President Barack Obama’s policies now that they fully control Congress. 389 more words

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