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Nebraska Supreme Court Approves Controversial Keystone XL Pipeline Plan

WorldNews Friday, 23 August 2019
Nebraska Supreme Court Approves Controversial Keystone XL Pipeline PlanThe Nebraska Supreme Court approved an alternative route for TC Energy Corp's Keystone XL oil pipeline that will bring crude oil from Alberta, Canada, to Steele City, NE, on Friday, according to Bloomberg. The pipeline would transport 830,000 barrels of crude oil per day from Canada to the United States network in the Gulf Coast, but the project has been delayed amid environmental concerns and landowner opposition. β€œThis was the last major hurdle for the construction of Keystone XL,” GMP FirstEnergy analyst Ian Gillies said in a note released after the decision. The court said there was sufficient evidence to support the Nebraska Public Service Commission (PSC) and its planned rerouting of...
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