TransCanada Reviewing Options Following Denial of Keystone XL Permit

Following an official announcement from President Barack Obama on Nov. 6 that his administration will deny TransCanada’s permit application for the Keystone XL pipeline project, the developer said it will review all of its options to move the project forward. Those options, TransCanada said, would include filing a new application…

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