November 9, 2011 / 4:49 PM / 6 years ago

TALE A LOOK-Controversial Keystone pipeline may get rerouted

 The U.S. State Department is considering rerouting TransCanada Corp's
controversial Canada-to-Texas pipeline to avoid ecologically senstitive
areas of farm state Nebraska.
 Considering an alternate route would require an environmental impact
study on the new segment of the proposed $7 billion Keystone XL pipeline.
The project would transport 700,000 barrels per day or more from Canada's
oil sands in the province of Alberta through six states to refineries in
Texas.
 STORIES
Studying new Keystone route may take 12-18 months    [ID:nW1E7LB01C]
US State Dept eyes rerouting Keystone XL pipeline    [ID:nN1E7A72DA]
Inspector review may delay Canada-US oil pipeline    [ID:nN1E7A61AA]
Protesters circle White House in oil pipeline row    [ID:nN1E7A50DH]
Canada's PM says Keystone still has US support       [ID:nN1E7A30T8]
Obama advisers fret over pipeline's political risks  [ID:nN1E7A22AJ]
Nebraska lawmaker wants state say on Keystone        [ID:nN1E7A0246]
Obama: Health, economy to affect Keystone decision   [ID:nN1E7A021P]
TransCanada says delays a threat to Keystone XL      [ID:nL4E7M12Q2]
 FACTBOX
Keystone XL dominates US energy, environment agenda  [ID:nN1E7A01Z4]

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