Keystone

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    Keystone Oil Pipeline Gets Rare Permit After The Spill

    Keystone Oil Pipeline Gets Rare Permit After The Spill

    The huge US Keystone pipeline has been transporting oil from Canada to the US at a better-than-commonplace stage of stress because it began working in 2010, due to a particular allow granted by US regulators on the situation operator TC Energy Corp would monitor the road carefully. Nevertheless, after four vital leaks, together with one of many largest of the…

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    Keystone Pipeline Is Leaking Crude Oil

    Keystone Pipeline Is Leaking Crude Oil

    On Thursday, the Keystone Pipeline spilled about 383,000 gallons of crude oil in North Dakota. It’s nothing in need of an environmental disaster — and it most likely won’t be the final time that the significantly-leaky pipeline spills, consultants told The New York Times. The pipeline, which the U.S. authorities said in 2011, would pose “no vital impression” to the…

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