Keystone XL Pipeline

Business, Safety, Fuel

TransCanada: Keystone Pipeline Likely Source of Oil Spill in Missouri

Keystone document Brett Gundlock/Bloomberg News

TransCanada Corp. said its Keystone pipeline, which carries Canadian crude to the United States, likely was the source of an oil spill in Missouri that prompted the company to shut a segment of the line.

Bloomberg News
February 11, 2019
Government, Business, Fuel

Keystone XL Pipe Cleared to Start Limited Pre-Construction Work

pipeyard TransCanada pipe yard. (Scott Dalton/Bloomberg News)

TransCanada Corp. can resume certain pre-construction activities, including engineering and meeting with stakeholders, for the Keystone XL oil pipeline after a federal court decision, the company said in an e-mail statement.

Rachel Adams-Heard | Bloomberg News
November 30, 2018
Government, Business, Fuel

Keystone XL Ruling Comes as Canada Faces Pipeline Capacity Crunch

Keystone sign Nati Harnik/Associated Press

A Montana federal judge’s ruling that threatens to further delay TransCanada Corp.’s Keystone XL pipeline comes at one of the worst possible times for the Canadian oil industry.

Kevin Orland | Bloomberg News
November 9, 2018
Government, Business, Fuel

Construction on Keystone XL Pipeline Set to Start in 2019

TransCanada pipe yard Scott Dalton/AP

LINCOLN, Neb. — The developer of the Keystone XL oil pipeline plans to start construction next year, after a U.S. State Department review ordered by a federal judge concluded that major environmental damage from a leak is unlikely and could quickly be mitigated, a company spokesman said Sept. 24.

Grant Schulte | Associated Press
September 25, 2018

Senate Fails to Override Obama's Keystone Veto

The U.S. Senate failed to override President Obama’s veto of a bill forcing approval of the Keystone XL pipeline, a setback for Republicans who have made building the $8 billion U.S.-Canada oil link a legislative priority.

Jim Snyder and Kathleen Hunter | Bloomberg News
March 4, 2015

House OKs Keystone XL Pipeline, But Presidential Veto Looms

Scott Dalton/Bloomberg News

Congressional Republicans achieved an elusive legislative goal Feb. 11, sending a bill to approve the Keystone XL pipeline to President Obama.

Bloomberg News
February 12, 2015