Keystone XL clears final hurdle in close vote in Nebraska

After nine years of regulatory reviews, TransCanada Corp. now has the approvals it needs to build its long-delayed and much-debated Keystone XL pipeline.

The Nebraska Public Service Commission voted three to two Monday in favour of the 830,000-barrel-per-day pipeline crossing through the state.

h/t SM

  • The Buddhist Butterfly

    I don’t believe it for a second.

    I also suspect the recent spill on Keystone was sabotage.

  • ontario john

    And of course the media is giving lots of coverage to whiny indians and Soros backed environmental loons, who vow to continue the fight.

    • Alain

      Re: those whiny Indians; follow the money or should I say funding.

  • robins111

    I’ve been amused over the last few years, that every time it gets close to any action on pipe lines. Suspiciously there is a spill in and around the noted line. The spill is breathlessly reported as to the number of teaspoons spilled.

    I’ve concluded that the lines are probably sabotaged and the players are capitalizing on the incidents

  • bob e

    great get some competent help to put the thing together ..