by Natasha Geiling Nov 6, 2015
Keystone XL has been officially rejected by the Obama administration. What does this mean for the tar sands industry?
by Katie Valentine Nov 6, 2015
The six-year fight over Keystone is finally coming to an end.
by Katie Valentine Nov 4, 2015
The decision comes a day after White House press secretary Josh Earnest called the request from TransCanada "unusual."
by Katie Valentine Nov 2, 2015
A suspension could further delay a decision from the government on the controversial pipeline.
by Kira Lerner Oct 1, 2015
The news comes as Trump hotel workers in Las Vegas fight with management over unionization.
by Katie Valentine Sep 30, 2015
The energy company had been trying to gain access to private land along the proposed path of the tar sands pipeline.
by Emily Atkin Sep 22, 2015
Clinton called the pipeline a "distraction from the important work we have to do on climate change."
by Emily Atkin Aug 20, 2015
The billionaire said he would approve the controversial project “immediately” if elected president.
by Josh Israel Jul 22, 2015
Trump has frequently criticized the Obama administration for not yet granting a permit for the tar sands pipeline project.
by Emily Atkin Jun 4, 2015
Perry also said he would freeze all Obama administration regulations and approve natural gas exports on his first day, if elected.