A barn built by opponents of the Keystone XL pipeline sits on the planned route from the controversial project, near Bradshaw, Neb. Officials with TransCanada said Tuesday that they have filed paperwork in nine counties to acquire access to land that's needed for the construction and operation of the pipeline.
A barn built by opponents of the Keystone XL pipeline sits on the planned route from the controversial project, near Bradshaw, Neb. Officials with TransCanada said Tuesday that they have filed paperwork in nine counties to acquire access to land that's needed for the construction and operation of the pipeline. Nati Harnik AP file photo
A barn built by opponents of the Keystone XL pipeline sits on the planned route from the controversial project, near Bradshaw, Neb. Officials with TransCanada said Tuesday that they have filed paperwork in nine counties to acquire access to land that's needed for the construction and operation of the pipeline. Nati Harnik AP file photo

TransCanada takes steps to acquire access to Keystone pipeline land

January 20, 2015 03:22 PM

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