TransCanada Corporation says it will evaluate the decision of the Nebraska Public Service Commission (PSC), which today approved an alternative route for the proposed Keystone XL pipeline project through the state.
The Nebraska Public Service Commission (PSC) has determined that TransCanada Corporation’s Preferred Route is not in the public interest because it fails to take advantage of any opportunity to co-locate with the existing Keystone 1 utility corridor.
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Political and economic problems in Venezuela, once a significant exporter of heavy oil to the U.S., has led to a plunge in oil production and exports, which will create opportunities for Canadian heavy crude, says a Norwegian-based energy consulting and analytical firm.
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