Tag: TransCanada

ACTION: Send a Handwritten #NoKXL Letter to the Nebraska Public Service Commission

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) […]
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Bold Nebraska Responds to Trump Action on Keystone XL

On Jan. 24, President Trump issued a Presidential Memorandum calling for the fast-tracking of completion of the Keystone XL pipeline, and invited TransCanada to resubmit a permit application. However, this action does not give any “green-light” to start the construction of Keystone XL. There are still substantial obstacles, and the pipeline is not likely to be […]
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Nebraska Farmer Art Tanderup Shares His Story of Fighting the Keystone XL Pipeline

WATCH: Art Tanderup, a farmer and #NoKXL Pipeline Fighter speaks about the landowners’ legal and political strategy, and the unlikely alliance that formed to fight TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline, which threatened his family’s land that also lies on the historic Ponca Trail of Tears, near Neligh, NE. (Thanks to Marty Steinhausen for video production!)
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Bold Nebraska to Stand in Court With Landowners Still Fighting TransCanada Over Keystone XL

Mark Hefflinger
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Nov. 29, 2016 Contact: Jane Kleeb, Bold Nebraska, 402-705-3622, jane@boldnebraska.org Amy Schaffer, Bold Nebraska, amy@boldnebraska.org Bold Nebraska to Stand in Court With Landowners Still Fighting TransCanada Over Keystone XL TransCanada appeal of award of attorneys’ fees to be heard in Wilber (Nov. 28), Neligh (Nov. 30), Wahoo (Dec. 5), and Springview (Feb. […]
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Bold Nebraska Statement on Trump Election and TransCanada’s Keystone XL Pipeline

Mark Hefflinger
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Donald Trump has stated that if elected, he would approve the permit that President Obama rejected for TransCanada’s Keystone XL tarsands export pipeline in his first 100 days in office. If I am elected President I will immediately approve the Keystone XL pipeline. No impact on environment & lots of jobs for U.S. — Donald […]
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Rep. Brad Ashford Letter Asks PHMSA for Independent Soil and Water Testing on TransCanada’s Keystone 1 Pipeline

Rep. Brad Ashford (D-Omaha) sent a letter dated July 6 to the U.S. Dept. of Transportation’s Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA), expressing his concern about the lack of independent soil and water testing being conducted along TransCanada’s Keystone 1 pipeline in Nebraska while the company is digging up huge sections of the pipe […]
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Nebraska Judge Orders TransCanada to Pay Legal Costs of Keystone XL Landowners

Donate to keep Bold going strong! FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 1, 2016 Contact: Jane Kleeb, 402-705-3622, jane@boldnebraska.org Nebraska Judge Orders TransCanada to Pay Legal Costs of Keystone XL Landowners TransCanada ordered to pay $8,844.21 to each of 19 Holt County landowners; claims in other counties may push total payments near $500,000 Holt County, NE — […]
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PETITION: Pledge to Join Us in the Streets to Protest TransCanada’s $15 Billion NAFTA Claim Over Keystone XL

Mark Hefflinger
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SIGN: I pledge to join fellow U.S. taxpayers and Pipeline Fighters in the streets to protest TransCanada’s $15 billion NAFTA lawsuit claim for “lost revenues” over its rejected Keystone XL tarsands export pipeline project. In our country, TransCanada sued every single one of us for $15 billion on Friday. (1) Under our bad international trade […]
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Environmental, Landowner Groups Respond to TransCanada’s Filing of NAFTA Suit Over Keystone XL Rejection

Environmental, Landowner Groups Respond to TransCanada’s Filing of NAFTA Suit Over Keystone XL Rejection This weekend, TransCanada officially moved forward with a lawsuit against the United States under NAFTA, asking for $15 billion in damages because of President Obama’s rejection of the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline. Under NAFTA, this suit, an attempt to charge […]
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Nebraska Public Service Commission Hires Former TransCanada Employee

Amy Schaffer
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If past experience predicts the future, one can assume Scott Coburn was given a monetary bonus from TransCanada to secure his position as an employee for the Nebraska Public Service Commission (PSC).   Interestingly enough, he is taking a significant pay cut from his $120,000 job with Enbridge, where he works from home!  The Lincoln Journal […]
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