Tag: TC Energy

THANK YOU President Biden for Rejecting the Keystone XL Pipeline, Keep Being Bold

Keystone XL was the first Trump pipeline that President Biden rejected, but it should not be the last. President Biden boldly rejected KXL within a few hours of his inauguration. That was a testament to the unlikely alliance of farmers, ranchers, Tribal Nations, and climate advocates that stood together for over a decade. We now […]
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Pipeline Fighters (You) Slayed the KXL Black Snake

President Joe Biden kept his promise to Pipeline Fighters in Nebraska, when he revoked the Keystone XL pipeline permit on day one in office. President Biden is sticking to his “NoKXL Pledge” campaign commitment — in his first conversation with a foreign leader, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Biden’s revoking of the Keystone XL permit […]
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Nebraska Courts Find Recent Changes to Keystone XL Pipeline Route May Require New State Approval

“There remain questions of material fact whether the condemnation actions filed herein follow the Commission’s approved Alternative Route, or whether there are substantive changes to the Alternative Route that require re-application to the Commission… Due to possibility of withdrawal of presidential approval for the TransCanada project, and in the interest of conservation of judicial resources, […]
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WATCH: Indigenous Women’s Groups Livestream on Missing & Murdered Relatives + Pipeline Mancamps

Indigenous Women’s Groups Host Livestream from “Tiny Home Warriors” at Nation’s Oldest Native Women’s Shelter to Raise Awareness on Increased Missing & Murdered Associated with Pipeline Construction Livestream from White Buffalo Calf Women’s Society in Mission, S.D. on Dec. 10 will include masked and socially-distanced participants at the solar-powered “Tiny Home of the Ihanktonwan Homelands” […]
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Keystone XL Public Hearings in Plainview & O’Neill: How to Submit Testimony

Despite the coronavirus pandemic, and a promise from Joe Biden to stop the pipeline if he wins the election for President, TransCanada is continuing to push forward with local permits it still needs in Nebraska for its proposed Keystone XL project. Bold is not encouraging any kind of gatherings of Pipeline Fighters right now, during […]
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Bold Nebraska Delivers Over 10,000 Public Comments Opposing Keystone XL Pipeline Water Permit Applications to U.S. Army Corps in Omaha Today

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Oct. 13, 2020 Bold Nebraska Delivers Over 10,000 Public Comments Opposing Keystone XL Pipeline Water Permit Applications to U.S. Army Corps in Omaha Today NoKXL coalition including Sierra Club, NRDC submits total of over 63,000 comments opposing KXL permits to Army Corps and state agencies in NE, SD, MT Omaha — Bold […]
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Keystone XL Water Permit Tele-Public Hearings: How to Testify

TransCanada / TC Energy needs permits under the Clean Water Act to be issued by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and state agencies in Montana, South Dakota and Nebraska to construct Keystone XL across U.S. waterways. The Army Corps and state agencies will hold telephone-based public hearings this week to hear testimony as public […]
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PRESS RELEASE: TransCanada Keystone XL Pipeline Surveys Concern Tribes, Disrupt Nebraska Farmers’ Harvests

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Sept. 24, 2020 TransCanada Keystone XL Pipeline Surveys Concern Tribes, Disrupt Nebraska Farmers’ Harvests Ponca Tribe of Nebraska urges State Dept. to inform TC Energy its current “surveys” for Native American cultural artifacts and sites are invalid, do not meet federal obligations Norfolk, NE — The Ponca Tribe of Nebraska has written […]
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TransCanada Keystone XL Surveys Concern Tribes, Disrupt Nebraska Farmers’ Harvests

Mark Hefflinger
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TransCanada / TC Energy has informed landowners on the proposed Keystone XL pipeline route who have challenged the eminent domain seizure of their property for the pipeline that the company intends to conduct various surveys — including for “cultural” Native American artifacts. Unfortunately, due to the current status quo with eminent domain laws tipped heavily […]
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Tell the U.S. Army Corps & State Agencies: Reject TransCanada’s Keystone XL Water Permits

Tell the U.S. Army Corps: Reject the Keystone XL water permits. TransCanada has applied for new permits from the Army Corps of Engineers and state agencies to build its proposed Keystone XL pipeline across over 1,000 U.S. waterways, including the Missouri, Niobrara, and Keya Paha rivers in Nebraska. [1] The pipeline would imperil the drinking […]
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