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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.

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Shipping oil by pipeline 4.5 times safer than rail: Report

Transporting oil and gas by rail is more dangerous than moving it by pipeline, a new study has found.

Posted on 8-13-2015 at 8:41 AM
Tags: Keystone pipeline, Canadian National Railway (CN Rail), CP Rail

Obama Keystone XL decision caught in undertow of Canadian election

"Putting a decision on hold would give the U.S. and Canada a chance to reset a strained relationship."

Posted on 8-12-2015 at 8:00 AM
Tags: Barack Obama, Keystone pipeline

TransCanada posts higher-than-expected profit

The Calgary-based company said profit was boosted mainly by the line's extension to the Gulf Coast, which went into service in January 2014, as well as by a stronger U.S. dollar and higher...

Posted on 7-31-2015 at 8:14 AM
Tags: TransCanada, Keystone pipeline

Alberta NDP says energy industry should upgrade more oil in province

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley led the left-leaning New Democrats to a sweeping victory on Tuesday on promises that included energy industry reforms

Posted on 5-11-2015 at 7:38 AM
Tags: Oil, Keystone pipeline, Alberta

TransCanada profit falls on lower power plant returns

TransCanada Corp., the company proposing the US$8 billion Keystone XL pipeline, said first-quarter profit fell as higher crude shipments failed to offset lower returns from its power plants in...

Posted on 5-01-2015 at 9:04 AM
Tags: TransCanada

Map of Proposed Keystone Pipeline

Keystone XL Key Facts

•  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


An aerial view of Keystone's route

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 CTV Two CTV News CTV News Channel BNN - Business News Network CP24