June 4, 2013 in The Dickinson Press
Efforts to expand production from the Alberta tar sands suffered a significant setback when the provincial government of British Columbia rejected a pipeline project because of environmental shortcomings. Continue Reading
May 17, 2013 in The Daily Republic
RAPID CITY (AP) Tribal representatives walked out of a meeting with U.S. State Department officials who came to Rapid City to discuss concerns about the Keystone XL pipeline project.
May 5, 2013 in The Daily Republic
Democratic leaders expect president to OK pipeline, seek other environmental action.
April 30, 2013 in The Daily Republic
Groups range from oil firms to American Jews.
April 24, 2013 in The Daily Republic
Keystone will “contribute dramatically” to global warming and pose an “unacceptable risk to water,” according to a letter posted on the website of environmental group 350.org that visitors can electronically sign and submit to the State Department, which is reviewing the comments.
April 23, 2013 in The Daily Republic
WASHINGTON (AP) The Environmental Protection Agency again is raising objections to the proposed Keystone XL pipeline that would carry oil from western Canada to the Texas Gulf Coast.
April 18, 2013 in The Daily Republic
GRAND ISLAND, Neb. (AP) Opponents and supporters of a massive Canada-to-Texas oil pipeline converged on a snowy Nebraska town Thursday for what could become a pivotal moment for the project.
April 10, 2013 in The Daily Republic
TORONTO (AP) Alberta’s premier says if the Obama administration rejects the Keystone XL pipeline it be would be a significant thorn in Canadian-U.S. relations.
March 19, 2013 in The Daily Republic
MARTELL, Neb. With a sense of grim determination, a group of unlikely allies has begun gathering at kitchen tables, in churches and along fence rows here to plot what could be the final battle in the four-year conflict over the Keystone XL pipeline.
March 4, 2013 in The Daily Republic
Even if foes of the Keystone XL pipeline block it, companies seeking to get Canada’s oil sands to U.S. and world markets could travel the old-fashioned way: by rail.