TransCanada could lose its permit to operate the Keystone in South Dakota if an investigation into this month's massive leak determines that the pipeline operator violated its license.
“Enough is enough. Pipelines leak – it's not a question of 'if', but 'when.'”
"Transcanada may abandon its #energyeast pipeline because it doesn't want to confront the climate implications."
Tribes and other anti-pipeline advocates say Big Money may have kept Nebraska’s public service commission from hearing the whole story.
By the year’s end, TransCanada expects to make a final decision on whether to proceed with Keystone XL.
TransCanada’s success over Trump is what happens when you have an administration stacked with fossil fuel billionaires and a trade deal that enables corporate polluters to push their agenda at will.
TransCanada’s lawsuit has revealed now, perhaps more than ever, the degree to which NAFTA nations make and enforce laws explicitly suited for corporate gain – not communities, the environment or the global climate.
TransCanada recently filed a lawsuit against the United States because of the U.S. rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline.
The presidential candidates Clinton and Donald Trump have yet to comment on this pipeline or the topic of U.S.-Mexico cross-border pipelines on the campaign trail.
It's safe to say that TransCanada is quickly morphing into “TransMexico” and more broadly into a North American fracked gas pipeline empire.