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Massive oil spill distorts Kansas couple's confidence in the integrity of Keystone pipeline

Bill and Chris Pannbacker, who farm Washington County land tainted by an oil pipeline break in December, are anxious about potential of another rupture.
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Kansas oil spill contained, but chemicals found downstream

Chemicals from the Keystone pipeline spill in north-central Kansas have shown up farther downstream in Mill Creek than the oil company’s repeated statements suggest.

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Living on Earth: Beyond the Headlines

Peter Dykstra and Steve Curwood unpack the recent Keystone oil spill in Kansas, a new study that shows Americans are moving to areas with high wildfire risks

Peter Dykstra and Steve Curwood unpack the recent Keystone oil spill in Kansas, a new study that shows Americans are moving to areas with high wildfire risks

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Manchin’s permitting reform could lead to more oil spills like Keystone’s, safety experts warn

Crews continued to clean up the blackened banks of a northern Kansas creek Tuesday morning after a rupture in the Keystone pipeline last week released an estimated 588,000 gallons of Canadian crude—enough oil to fill an Olympic-sized swimming pool.

Keystone spill in Kansas the largest in pipeline's 11-year history
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Keystone spill in Kansas the largest in pipeline's 11-year history

The estimated 600,000 gallons spilled from Keystone Pipeline into a Kansas creek this week could be among the largest onshore releases of oil or petroleum in the U.S. since 2010.
Keystone XL developer TC Energy seeks $15B in damages from US
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Keystone XL developer TC Energy seeks $15B in damages from US

On Friday, the developer announced it will seek more than $15 billion from the Biden administration in damages. Those damages would come out of taxpayer money, experts say.

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The Keystone XL Pipeline is dead, but TC Energy still owns hundreds of miles of rights of way

Even though it has canceled the project, TC Energy can retain the easements it secured indefinitely and use them for another purpose, or even sell them to other companies.

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