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TransCanada Corp. said Tuesday it has started to engage with Nebraska landowners along the alternate route of its Keystone XL pipeline approved last week.
Speaking at an investor day in Toronto, Dean Patry, senior vice-president of liquids, said the company continues to review the regulatory approval from the Nebraska Public Service Commission, but has already started speaking with new stakeholders. 284 more words
TransCanada Corp. has asked the Nebraska Public Service Commission to reconsider its order that approved an alternative route for the company’s proposed Keystone XL pipeline through the state. 195 more words
Happy Sunday, mPolitics readers! Kick off the last week of November informed with our roundup of this week’s top stories:
- National Housing Strategy: The Liberal government announced a 10 year, $40-billion national housing program on Wednesday that focuses on addressing housing issues for low-income Canadians and the homeless. 394 more words
Despite another oil spill, Keystone XL pipeline is approved in Nebraska. Resistance is strong and resolute
On November 16, TransCanada Pipeline shut down the existing Keystone Pipeline to contain a spill in South Dakota, estimated at 210,000 gallons– the third in the area since operations began in 2010. 410 more words
(We use drones to silence dissent against our glorious pipelines in other countries. Drones and “no-knock” raids at 3am. We should feel proud back here in the U.S., the land of “at least I know I’m FREEEEEEEE”, they will only detain, arrest and prosecute us as “terrorists” for doing the same thing. 359 more words