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Keystone XL, Line 3 and Trans Mountain 'more vital than ever' as Energy East cancelled: analyst

An analyst says the shelving of TransCanada Corp.’s (TSX:TRP) Energy East pipeline means it’s more vital than ever that three other pipelines to oil export markets proceed as planned. 312 more words


TransCanada Abandons Energy East Pipeline

When the protests around the Keystone XL pipeline made headlines a year ago much was made of how the continued construction of these pipelines was a short-term business decision as renewable energies were becoming increasingly affordable. 606 more words
Climate Change

Judge: Keystone XL Opponents Can't Testify

04 August 2017 |Paul Hammel | World-Hearld Bureau

LINCOLN — Pipeline developer TransCanada has won a ruling that bars Nebraska landowners and others who oppose its Keystone XL project from testifying about potential oil leaks and whether the pipeline is needed. 349 more words


Over 150 Tribes Promise to Stop Keystone XL in its Tracks

08 August 2017 | EcoWatch/Sierra Club

“The Intertribal Coalition of Nebraska and the Ponca Nation of Oklahoma met Tuesday in Lincoln, Nebraska to take a stand against the construction of TransCanada’s  356 more words


Ranchers Fight Keystone XL Pipeline by Building Solar Panels in Its Path

11 July 2017 | Phil McKenna | Inside Climate News

“After years of battling Canadian pipeline giant TransCanada over the controversial Keystone XL pipeline, Nebraska rancher Bob Allpress is taking an unusual step to protect land that has been in his family since 1886. 274 more words


Environmentalists seek to pollute Keystone XL path with solar arrays

Nebraska environmentalists have hatched a plan that they hope will hold up or stop the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline in their state. The plan will be accomplished via crowdfunding in which they hope to place solar arrays along the path of the pipeline. 292 more words

Fossil Fuels

Has Canada's Keystone XL Pipeline Become Obsolete?

03 July 2017 | Irina Slav | OilPrice.com

Keystone XL may have become obsolete before it was even built, at least according to some sources close to TransCanada, which has gone on a hunt for clients. 380 more words