After years of review, it’s time to move forward on Keystone XL

The Hill - Our daily lives are entirely dependent on access to reliable, affordable energy. The Keystone XL pipeline is a piece in the overall energy puzzle, but for too many years, unscientific delays have prevented its construction. Now, President Trump has given a long-awaited green light from the executive branch.


Keystone XL Permit Approval Continues New Era of U.S. Pipeline Development

The National Law Review- On March 24, the U.S. State Department’s Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs issued a Presidential cross-border permit to TransCanada Keystone Pipeline, L.P., pursuant to Executive Order 13337 of April 30, 2004, authorizing the company to construct and operate the Keystone XL pipeline. President Trump invited TransCanada to “promptly re-submit” its application to the State Department in a Jan. 24, 2017, Presidential Memorandum, which the company did on Jan. 26.


AG: Keystone XL will bring jobs to South Dakota

Attorney General Marty Jackley recently commented on the Keystone XL Pipeline that was recently approved by President Donald Trump. Jackley said the oil pipeline could have a positive impact on South Dakota jobs.


Editorial: Keystone deserves a fair hearing from PSC

Omaha World-Herald - Nebraskans are back atop a national debate over energy needs, fossil fuels and water safety after President Donald Trump approved a permit for the Keystone XL pipeline.


The Public Pulse: TransCanada will ensure Keystone XL is safe

Omaha World-Herald - President Donald Trump revived a vital asset to ensure America’s energy security when he gave approval to TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline on Friday.