Maryland Promised TransCanada Superficial Review Of Pipeline Permit

By Anne Meador, Dcmediagroup.us -

Environmental groups are questioning the good faith of a Maryland state agency tasked with the permitting of a proposed gas pipeline which would cross underneath the Potomac River, saying it made [...]

Nebraska Commissioners Reject Keystone XL Pipeline App Again

By Staff, nokxlpromise.org -

Lower Brule, SD — Following oral arguments from Nebraska landowners last week, the Public Service Commission put another hurdle in TransCanada’s path today, denying the company’s request to amend [...]

Pipeline Opposition Set To Pack Room For TransCanada Permit Hearing

By Anne Meador, dcmediagroup.us -

The Maryland Department of the Environment will hold a hearing on December 19 in Hancock, Md. on TransCanada’s proposed Eastern Panhandle Expansion (also known as the Potomac Pipeline). The [...]

Call Out In Response To Imminent KXL Decision

By Anonymous, earthfirstjournal.org -

By Anonymous for Earth First. On Monday, November 20th, the Public Service Commission, an elected board representing the so-called state of Nebraska, will most likely vote in favor of approving [...]

Keystone Pipeline Spills Over 200,000 Gallons Of Tar Sands

By Robinson Meyer for The Atlantic. South Dakota - The Keystone pipeline was temporarily shut down on Thursday, after leaking about 210,000 gallons of [tar sands] oil into Marshall County, South [...]

No Pipelines Under The Potomac Camp To Launch

By No Potomac Pipeline, www.popularresistance.org -

By No Potomac Pipeline. From Standing Rock to Hancock people are rising up to resist fracked gas pipelines in their community. Following a historic fight in Maryland, where we became the first [...]

TransCanada’s Proposed Potomac River Pipeline Protested

By Kevin Zeese, www.PopularResistance.org -

By Kevin Zeese for Popular Resistance. The protest was a powerful show of community opposition, see Facebook Live video below. People stood silently to show their opposition. Organizers [...]

TransCanada Engineer Warns: Don’t Trust TransCanada

By Editor, www.corporatecrimereporter.com -

By Editor for Corporate Crime Reporter - Evan Vokes worked as an engineer for TransCanada for five years — from 2007 to 2012. And right from the beginning, it was clear to Vokes that the company [...]

Transcanada’s $15 Billion Suit Against US Corporate Nationhood At Its Worst

By Michael Levitin, www.occupy.com -

By Michael Levitin for Occupy - When the NAFTA nations – United States, Canada and Mexico – meet Wednesday for the annual Three Amigos Summit in Ottawa, climate change and clean energy are [...]

TransCanada Wins Bid For Underwater Gas Pipeline Across Gulf Of Mexico

By Steve Horn, www.desmogblog.com -

By Steve Horn for Desmog - TransCanada, owner of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline currently being contested in federal court and in front of a North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) legal [...]

Montreal Region Rejects Energy East Pipeline

By Mike De Souza and Charles Mandel, www.nationalobserver.com -

By Mike De Souza and Charles Mandel for National Observer - The city of Montreal and surrounding communities have come out swinging against TransCanada Corporation’s Energy East pipeline project. [...]

Acronym TV: Greed Is Not Good

By Dennis Trainor, Jr., www.acronymtv.com -

By Dennis Trainor, Jr. for Acronym TV. TransCanada lost its bid to build the Keystone XL pipeline. Now it is using NAFTA and the US Federal courts to seek $15 billion damages – and they way I [...]

TransCanada Opts To ‘Drill First, Ask Later’

Staff, www.treealerts.org -

The Tree reports - TransCanada is taking New Brunswickers by surprise this week, drilling boreholes in the Bay of Fundy for a pipeline project that hasn’t been approved yet. The energy giant is [...]

NE Supreme Court Sides With TransCanada, Not Landowners

By Mark Hefflinger, www.boldnebraska.org -

Lincoln, NE — In a split decision, the Nebraska Supreme Court ruled on Friday to allow LB 1161 to stand. Four of the seven justices sided with landowners, but we needed five to win — as a [...]

Indigenous Community Evicts Fracking Crew From Its Territories

By Michael Toledano, www.news.vice.com -

The Unist’ot’en Camp, a pipeline blockade on unsurrendered indigenous land in the interior of British Columbia (BC), peacefully evicted a pipeline crew that was found trespassing in their [...]

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