The energy company TransCanada announced Thursday that approximately 210,000 gallons of crude oil had leaked from its Keystone pipeline.
By Dan Cooney
The proposed Keystone XL pipeline survived nine years of protests, lawsuits and political wrangling that saw the Obama administration reject it and President Donald Trump revive it, but now the project faces the possibility of death by economics.
By Grant Schulte, Associated Press
President Barack Obama has rejected TransCanada's application to build the controversial Keystone XL pipeline across the United States. He said Friday that “shipping dirtier crude oil into our country” would not increase America’s energy security.
By Larisa Epatko
What motivated TransCanada to ask that the review of its Keystone XL pipeline be suspended? And how are environmental groups, who oppose the pipeline, reacting to the request? Gwen Ifill learns more about the domestic and international politics in play…
By PBS NewsHour
There’s another twist in the debate over the Keystone XL pipeline: The company behind the pipeline has asked to suspend a review of its plans, prompting questions about whether the Obama administration is planning to reject it, and whether TransCanada…
A natural gas pipeline explosion in Manitoba, Canada around midnight CST Saturday has left nearly 4,000 without heat in Canada and shortages in the United States as temperatures continue to drop below freezing.
President Obama denied TransCanada Corp.'s application to build the Keystone XL pipeline Wednesday, a project that would have carried oil 1,700 miles from the tar sands of Canada to refineries in Port Arthur, Texas. Hari Sreenivasan discusses the president's decision…
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