Domina Law Group attorney Brian Jorde speaks to landowners and Pipeline Fighters at a Bold Nebraska community meeting on Keystone XL on Jan. 30, 2017.

On Feb. 16, 2017, TransCanada submitted a new application with the Nebraska Public Service Commission for a route for its proposed Keystone XL pipeline project. The process could take eight months to a year, and will include hearings and opportunities for public comment.

ACTION: Send a hand-written letter to the Nebraska Public Service Commission (PSC) with your concerns about the Keystone XL pipeline. 

(Then let us know you mailed your letter! Fill out the form below:)

  • Explain why you are against the Keystone XL pipeline.
  • Urge the PSC to reject TransCanada’s permit application.
  • As an agriculture-based state, we do not need to take more agricultural land out of production for a foreign pipeline.
  • The pipeline needs to be rerouted to avoid the sandy porous soils of the Sandhills, shallow water tables, and recharge part of the Ogallala aquifer.
  • Urge the PSC to require that TransCanada “twin” Keystone XL with its existing Keystone I pipeline — which would see Keystone XL constructed inside the existing easements and established pipeline corridor in Nebraska.

Nebraska Public Service Commission
1200 N Street, Suite 300
Lincoln, NE 68508
Phone: 402-471-3101

Nebraska Public Service Commission Members:
Frank Landis
: District 1
Crystal Rhoades: District 2
Tim Schram: District 3
Rod Johnson: District 4
Mary Ridder: District 5

Bold will be also be hosting events on April 29 as part of a National Day of Action against KXL and DAPL, stay tuned for more details.