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Keystone XL pipeline: Why is it so disputed?

A sign reading Stop the Transcanada Pipeline appeared in Bradshaw, Nebraska, on 11 March 2013


TransCanada’s Donation to Town Means Silence on Pipeline

"TransCanada Corp. (TRP) provided an Ontario town along the proposed Energy East pipeline route with cash to buy a rescue truck on conditions that include the municipality not comment on the company’s operations." Gag order.


TransCanada Fights Keystone Denial With $15 Billion Appeal

TransCanada Corp. opened one of the largest trade appeals ever brought against the U.S., seeking to recoup $15 billion tied to the Obama Administration’s rejection of the Keystone XL oil pipeline.

from the Guardian

Obama rejects Keystone XL pipeline and hails US as leader on climate change

US president expected to turn down controversial TransCanada proposal to build 1,700-mile pipeline through six American heartland states


President Obama has all the information he needs to reject Keystone XL once and for all. Take action now to urge the president to reject this dangerous tar sands pipeline.


BP to Conoco Seek Alaskan Oil Comeback as Palin Tax Dies: Energy

In 2003 Sarah Palin became Chair of the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission. In 2006 she served one term as Alaska Governor signing a bill in 2008 that authorized the sole-bidding TransCanada Pipelines to build a gas/oil pipeline from the Alaska through Canada into the continental US. Palin’s pipeline costs $26 billion and faces legal challenges from native people and global organizations concerned about the fossil fuel industry's incessant pollution of the Earth esp. in the Arctic…


TransCanada Files $15B Nafta Claim on Keystone XL Rejection

TransCanada Files $15B Nafta Claim on Keystone XL Rejection - Bloomberg TransCanada Corp. is seeking to recoup $15 billion for the Obama administration’s rejection of the Keystone XL oil pipeline, in a legal claim that highlights how foreign companies can use trade deals to challenge U.S. policy.

TransCanada Corporation Keystone Pipeline Might Get Green Signal From Donald Trump

from the Guardian

Keystone XL would destroy our Native lands. This is why we fight

A depot used to store pipes for Transcanada Corp's planned Keystone XL oil pipeline is seen in Gascoyne, North Dakota.