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On April 4, 2012 the FBI held a daylong "strategy meeting" with TransCanada Corporation, the company building the controversial Keystone XL pipeline, according to documents obtained by Earth Island Journal through a Freedom of Information Act request.
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In the heated debate over whether to build the Keystone XL pipeline, the energy industry and lawmakers have predicted that the project could unleash an economic bonanza in the Midwest, and provide jobs for up to a half-million people.
David Daniel, a landowner in East Texas, attempts to halt the construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline in the documentary feature Above All Else.
A former Alaska governor is questioning the wisdom of the state teaming up with pipeline company TransCanada Corp. in a deal with North Slope producers on a large natural gas project.
The State Department brushed off the first one : While a contractor involved in an early draft of its environmental review of Keystone XL had previously worked for TransCanada - the company building the pipeline - an inspector general's investigation concluded that this didn't represent a conflict of interest.
A vast majority of Americans believe the Keystone XL pipeline will create a 'significant number of jobs' - far more than the State Department has predicted.
Austin documentarian John Fiege follows East Texas landowner David Daniel as he fights to protect his property, which he views as his daughter's birthright, from encroachment by TransCanada, the energy company behind the controversial Keystone XL pipeline.
Attending last week's CERAWeek in Houston, the Davos of energy as some attendees referred to it, one could have easily been mistaken into believing oil and gas are the new masters of the universe.
How do you know when Ed Schultz is way off the mark? Aside from the high likelihood of this whenever the man opens his mouth, it becomes nearly certain when what he says drips with bellicose certitude.
On Wednesday, a Nebraska judge struck down a state law that would have allowed TransCanada to use the power of eminent domain to seize private land to help construct a short 300-mile segment of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline between Cushing and Steele City, Nebraska.
The situation has worsened to the point where the pipeline may stay in bureaucratic gridlock indefinitely.
After more than five years of claims and counter-claims about the proposed Keystone XL pipeline, President Obama is expected to make his final decision soon.
Last night, Ed Schultz came out against the pipeline. Now, maybe at first glance that's no big deal.
AGDC subsidiary one focus of Senate Finance Committee's work on SB 138; value of TransCanada as partner also under discussion The Senate Finance Committee continues work on Senate Bill 138, the governor's enabling legislation allowing for state equity participation in a liquefied natural gas project to take North Slope natural gas to Asia.