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US Grants Permit for Southernmost Segment of Keystone XL

July 2, 2012

The New York Times reported last week that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has granted TransCanada construction permits for part of the Keystone XL route passing through Texas.  This isn’t the full Gulf Coast segment from Cushing, Oklahoma: the rest remains under review.  TransCanada states that it intends to begin construction on the full Oklahoma – Texas link later this summer.  No formal responses from opponents have emerged.  For those of you who are wondering if and when Plains Justice will get involved, the answer is that we don’t currently have any capacity to work in southern plains states.  We’re just passing on what others are working on.  Check the Blogroll to the right to find engaged locals.

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