State Department Defends Keystone XL Pipeline Contractor

New York Times: The State Department defended its decision to award a sensitive environmental impact study on the Keystone XL pipeline to a company that had previous ties to TransCanada, the company seeking a permit for the 1,700-mile project, which would run from the tar sands of Alberta to the Gulf of Mexico. In a written response Monday to Congressional inquiries, the department said the perception that Cardno Entrix, an environmental contractor in Houston, had a conflict of interest was based on a misunderstanding.......

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