Last Keystone Pipeline Holdouts Are in Nebraska, 27% Haven’t Signed Easements

Omaha World-Herald: Nebraska now stands alone when it comes to landowners who have yet to sign easements for the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline. TransCanada Inc., the company that wants to build the 1,700-mile crude oil pipeline, announced recently that it has reached agreement with 100 percent of landowners in five of the six states on the project route. The remaining holdouts are in Nebraska. The company says it has agreed to easement terms with 73 percent of the private landowners in Nebraska. That equates to......

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