No material impact on U.S. greenhouse gas emissions An important independent report released by IHS CERA agrees with key findings from the U.S. State Department’s Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (DSEIS) that Keystone XL will “have no material impact on U.S. greenhous
Napoleon once famously said that an army marches on its stomach. In the pipeline construction industry, crews run on water. Especially in Southeast Texas, and especially in deepest summer, hydration is a crucial safety matter. Crews are constantly encouraged to stay hydrated and to ke
[/caption] In the last month, professional activists have continued their repeated attempts to undermine the integrity of the State Department and the five-year long environmental review process for Keystone XL. The request for delay is premised on a collection of disparate market ana
New ad campaign provides the facts about Keystone XL and its negligible impact on climate change In the wake of President Obama’s June 25 speech on climate change at Georgetown University, TransCanada has launched a new series of advertisements aimed at providing important facts about
TransCanada Clarifies Environmental Impact of Keystone XL in U.S. State Department Letter On July 17, TransCanada sent a letter to the Department of State to provide and update about the actual greenhouse gas emissions associated with the Keystone XL pipeline. This letter is intended
This week, the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) added to the growing body of research dispelling unsubstantiated claims that diluted bitumen is more corrosive or more risky to transport than any other type of crude oil. The report was commissioned by the Pipeline and Hazardous Mater
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