October 2011, Vol. 238 No. 10

In The News

National Interest Determination On Keystone XL May Be Delayed, Improper Influence Alleged

A group of 13 senators and representatives of U.S. Congress requested a delay Oct. 26 in the national interest decision needed from the U.S. State Department over the Keystone XL pipeline–the controversial 1,661-mile tar sands pipeline TransCanada wants to build in stages from Hardisty, Alberta to Houston and Port Arthur in the Gulf Coast region–saying TransCanada may have improperly influenced the state department’s selection of the company that performed the environmental impact survey. Previous to this development, the State Department held hearings in Montana, Nebraska, Kansas and Texas late last month as the last step before deciding whether to approve the

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