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Keystone XL's Prospects Renewed by Transcanada Lawsuits

Oil logistics developer Transcanada has filed two new federal suits alleging that the Obama administration improperly turned down its permit application for the transnational Keystone XL oil pipeline. The suits seek $15 billion in damages from the U.S. government. “In its decision, the

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Oil logistics developer Transcanada has filed two new federal suits alleging that the Obama administration improperly turned down its permit application for the transnational Keystone XL oil pipeline. The suits seek $15 billion in damages from the U.S. government. “In its decision, the

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Oil logistics developer Transcanada has filed two new federal suits alleging that the Obama administration improperly turned down its permit application for the transnational Keystone XL oil pipeline. The suits seek $15 billion in damages from the U.S. government. “In its decision, the

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