Sunday, November 4, 2012
TransCanada’s record presents a strong case for rejecting Keystone XL tar sands pipeline (again)
The Keystone XL tar sands pipeline raises a variety of complex and significant issues, including the environmental impact of tar sands development, the risks associated with transporting it and the greater impact of tar sands spills. However TransCanada’s performance over the last few years introduces a much simpler question – should we trust this company to build and operate any kind of pipeline, anywhere?  Read more.
Photo: TransCanada’s Bison Pipeline Explosion, July 20, 2011

TransCanada’s record presents a strong case for rejecting Keystone XL tar sands pipeline (again)

The Keystone XL tar sands pipeline raises a variety of complex and significant issues, including the environmental impact of tar sands development, the risks associated with transporting it and the greater impact of tar sands spills. However TransCanada’s performance over the last few years introduces a much simpler question – should we trust this company to build and operate any kind of pipeline, anywhere?  Read more.

Photo: TransCanada’s Bison Pipeline Explosion, July 20, 2011

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