Topeka, KS – It has been reported that TC Energy’s (formerly TransCanada) Keystone pipeline has sprung yet another leak, this time in Washington, Kansas. The size of the spill is still unknown. But oil has spilled into a Kansas creek.
Today, 13 years after it was first proposed, TC Energy announced that the proposed Keystone XL tar sands pipeline is officially terminated.
Hastings, NE – Following President Joe Biden’s executive action on the proposed TC Energy Keystone XL pipeline announced on Wednesday, the unlikely coalition of Indigenous groups, affected landowners, and environmental groups that have been fighting the proposed project for more than ten years released the following statements:
Washington, DC -- Today, President Joe Biden will begin taking immediate action on the climate crisis, including rescinding the “presidential permit” for the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline, killing the controversial proposed project once and for all.
DEQ Refused To Evaluate Full Scope Of Project And Admits Failure To Meaningfully Review Public Comments
This afternoon, Montanans will join a public hearing teleconference hosted by the Montana Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) to register their opposition to a proposed water permit for the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline.
This afternoon, Montanans will join a public hearing teleconference hosted by the US Army Corps of Engineers to register their opposition to a proposed water permit for the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline. If built, Keystone XL would carry some of the dirtiest oil on the planet through a number of sensitive wetlands and waterways in Montana, including the Missouri River.
The Trump administration issued a new permit yesterday that would allow the Keystone pipeline -- part of the pipeline system that would include the controversial proposed Keystone XL -- to increase capacity by 170,000 barrels of oil per day.
Construction through water crossings remains blocked; groups challenge approval for construction on federal land based on insufficient reviews
Today, the United States Supreme Court declined a request from TC Energy and the Trump administration to allow Keystone XL to proceed under Nationwide Permit 12, a key water crossing permit for pipelines that a district court found unlawful.
Ninth Circuit Rejects Push from Trump Admin, Industry to Allow Construction of Keystone XL and Other Oil and Gas Pipelines Through Waterways Amid Appeal
A federal judge today largely upheld an April 15 ruling vacating Nationwide Permit 12, a key water crossing permit used by TC Energy’s Keystone XL tar sands pipeline and many other pipelines nationwide.