Posted by Sabrina Fang
The never ending fight over Keystone XL has not stalled the US pipeline boom. From North Dakota to Wyoming to Texas new pipelines have come online and have been safely and efficiently delivering oil across the country. Since 2008 when the initial permit for KXL was filed, lesser known projects have quietly added more than 11,000 miles of pipeline to the nation’s domestic oil network.
More Keystone news:
Montana Senate Considers Keystone Pipeline Resolution - Montana Public Radio
Montana Lawmakers are considering a resolution asking Congress and the President to approve the Keystone XL pipeline, which President Obama has already vetoed once. Malta Republican Representative Mike Lang told the Senate Energy Committee the pipeline promises benefits for the state and the nation as a whole.
What’s Next for Keystone XL? TransCanada’s Keystone Chief Spells it Out [Q&A] - Oil &Gas360
Corey Goulet, President of Keystone Projects for TransCanada, details the path ahead for his $8 billion international infrastructure project. Goulet is a mechanical engineer and a patient man. Goulet is the boss of the Keystone XL pipeline. Looking at the array of large energy projects Goulet has been associated with during his career, he is probably uniquely qualified to manage the Keystone projects group for TransCanada.
Calgary, I’m so sorry about the Keystone pipeline - Calgary Herald –Op-Ed by T. Boone Picken
To my friends in Calgary and across Canada: I apologize on behalf of my fellow Americans for the United States government’s actions. Why? Because after years of poring over the engineering, design, geology and the contents of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline, President Barack Obama chose to make a political statement and vetoed a bill to allow construction to begin.