Tag: Keystone XL

Pipeline Briefing: Watch Online or In Person Today

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Bold Nebraska and partner groups will hold a briefing for county, city and state elected officials who have questions on pipeline regulations and laws. We are bringing in both state and national pipeline experts for the briefing.  The briefing will also be available for viewing on this website LIVE during the event. Landowners and concerned […]
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Do You Stand With Randy?

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There’s one question we are asking every Nebraskan, including all of our elected officials, this summer: Do you stand with Randy or do you stand with TransCanada?   Click here to see the list of “I Stand with Randy” events. Click here to get an “I Stand with Randy” facebook profile image and more… Buy […]
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York Board Grills TransCanada

Ben Gotschall
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At the York County commissioners meeting on June 29, 2011, TransCanada asked the board to approve the use of county roads as haul routes for Keystone XL pipeline equipment and materials.  TransCanada reps also gave an “update” on the status of the pipeline, the only real item of substance being that they announced (and it […]
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New Report: Analysis of Frequency and Worst Case Spills for TransCanada Pipeline

Jane Kleeb
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Ever wondered what the worst case scenario would be for the Ogallala Aquifer or Platte River if the proposed TransCanada Keystone XL pipeline gets approved? A professor from the University of Nebraska, Dr. John Stansbury wrote a new report answering that question titled: “Analysis of Frequency, Magnitude and Consequence of Worst-Case spills from the Proposed Keystone XL Pipeline”  […]
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Yale 360: Alberta’s Tar Sands Boom

Jane Kleeb
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The article below appeared in Yale 360, an international online magazine covering the environment.  The author, Jim Robbins is a veteran journalist based in Helena, Montana. He has written for theNew York Times, Conde Nast Traveler, and numerous other publications. His fifth book, The Forgotten Forest, about the poorly understood role of trees in the environment, will be published […]
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