TransCanada Pipeline is about to lose its permit to build sections of the Keystone XL pipeline through South Dakota. When the permit expires June 29, “the reapplication process will open the door for public comments and could lead to a hearing—adding further delays to the pipeline’s review, now in its sixth year,” Song reports. “It’s definitely something for the environmental community to celebrate,” Paul Blackburn, an attorney for South Dakota landowners, told InsideClimate News. “But what happens next is not entirely [certain].”
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