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TC Energy wants LNG plants, methane out of emissions cap
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TC Energy wants LNG plants, methane out of emissions cap

One of Canada’s largest pipeline operators lobbied the federal government to exclude two major sources of carbon pollution from its emissions cap for the oil and gas sector.

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.
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How fossil fuel firms use Black leaders to ‘deceive’ their communities

How fossil fuel firms use Black leaders to ‘deceive’ their communities

Black community members have been asked to rubber-stamp harmful projects for decades, activists say.

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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Keystone XL pipeline project is canceled
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Keystone XL pipeline project is canceled

The embattled project to carry oil from Canada to Nebraska had been on life support since President Biden’s first day in office and stalled by legal battles for years before that.
The Keystone XL pipeline is dead. Now what?
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The Keystone XL pipeline is dead. Now what?

The Keystone XL may never move any oil, but its impact will still linger in the form of the pipes, worker camps, and other assets stranded along its 1,200-mile path.
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