TransCanada Clashes With Pipeline Opponents At Nebraska Hearing

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Opponents of TransCanada Corp’s proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline argued on Dec. 12 that regulators in Nebraska had no authority to approve the line’s “alternative” path through the state and that the project should be considered dead.

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