GOP leaders have signaled that Keystone XL is one of their top priorities when they take control of the Senate in January. More »
Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu and other supporters of the Keystone XL pipeline are racing to line up 60 votes in favor of the project, ahead of a milestone vote next Tuesday.
Legislation to accelerate natural gas exports could win the Obama administration’s endorsement — with some changes. More »
Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., the lead sponsor of legislation that would authorize the Keystone XL pipeline, says President Barack Obama can extend an olive branch to the Republican-controlled Senate next year by signing the bill.
Two top North Dakota lawmakers were among the supporters of the project that would convert some of the state’s abundant natural gas into plastic. More »
Unrest in Iraq helps make the case that U.S. regulators should authorize crude exports as well as the controversial Keystone XL pipeline, the head of the oil industry’s leading trade group said Monday. More »
Labor unions are beseeching senators to pass legislation that would approve the Keystone XL pipeline by circumventing a government review process that threatens to stretch into 2015. More »
The collapse of a popular energy efficiency bill leaves Keystone XL advocates with few options to advance the proposed pipeline — at least until after the November elections. More »
Keystone XL supporters are falling short in their efforts to round up the Democratic votes in the Senate to bypass the White House and approve the Canada-to-U.S. oil pipeline. More »
A bipartisan coalition of House and Senate members on Tuesday said they are considering an array of options to speed up a final verdict on the proposed Keystone XL pipeline, now that a State Department analysis raised no major environmental objections to the controversial project. More »
Republican senators on Friday asked President Barack Obama to make a final decision soon on whether to permit the Keystone XL pipeline that would link Canada’s oil sands with Gulf Coast refineries. More »
U.S. and Canadian authorities investigating recent fiery derailments are recommending tighter regulations for oil-carrying trains. More »
The explosive derailment of an oil train near Casselton last month has North Dakota’s senators pushing harder than ever for expanded oil pipelines. More »
Crime on both sides of the states’ border has spiked as thousands of new workers brings drug traffickers in their wake. More »
The Department of Transportation needs to speed up its timeline for finalizing new rules on the construction of rail tanker cars, Sen. John Hoeven said Wednesday. More »