TransCanada gets nod for Montana easements

United Press International: A state board in Montana said it would give TransCanada access to state land to build the Keystone XL oil pipeline, though opponents said it was too soon. The Montana Land Board, in a 5-0 vote, agreed to grant TransCanada right-of-way for 39 parcels designated in the state for pipeline construction. TransCanada pays $741,673 under the terms of the 50-year easements, the Great Falls (Mont.) Tribune reports. Opponents of the project said the planned route would take the pipeline through the Milk,......

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