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TransCanada Keystone XL pipeline debate
TransCanada’s (TRP-T) Keystone XL pipeline -- which would carry crude from Hardisty, Alberta to Steele City, Nebraska -- is facing stiff opposition. Opponents of the controversial project include environmental groups, celebrities, Nobel laureates and conservative landowners in America’s heartland. BNN is tracking major developments in the proposed pipeline's fate.
• 529 km in Canada (Hardisty, Alberta., to Monchy, Saskatchewan)
• 1,368 km in the United States (Phillips County, Montana to Steele City, Nebraska)• 36-inch diameter pipeline
• Capacity of 830,000 barrels per day• Anticipated cost of $5.3 billion US
• Projected in-service date of 2015
A Google Earth application found at the Keystone Mapping Project is a good visual resource to view not only the path of the proposed extension of the Keystone pipeline but also the landscape and populated areas through which it might run, writes BNN Producer Mike Attenborough. Read More