In major move, TransCanada asks to halt federal permitting

ClimateWire: In a major new twist, TransCanada Corp. yesterday asked the Obama administration to pause its roughly 7-year-old and highly contentious permitting process for the Keystone XL oil pipeline. The development, which could delay the final decision on the controversial pipeline and put it into the hands of the next president, sent supporters and opponents of the project into a new phase of advocacy, with both sides in high warble over the company's announcement. The company, which wants permission......

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