Obama’s remarks in a pre-holiday news conference at the White House came as Nebraska’s highest court weighs a challenge of the pipeline’s proposed route through the state. More »
Congressional Republicans have been pushing for approval of the pipeline for years. Obama has resisted because of environmental concerns. More »
The three-nation talks took place as global oil prices fall to the lowest in five years, possibly putting a dent in the surge of domestic production from shale drilling. More »
Republican leaders are vowing to try again once they take over the chamber in January. More »
GOP leaders have signaled that Keystone XL is one of their top priorities when they take control of the Senate in January. More »
The latest drama over Keystone XL is headed into its final act, as the Senate prepares to vote on legislation that would authorize the pipeline. And it’s likely to be a nail biter. More »
America’s Natural Gas Alliance, an industry group that represents producers, said that a large investment in infrastructure and a rapid buildup in inventories has made more natural gas available this winter than last, despite 2014’s cold winter that left storage of the fuel at decade-long lows. More »
The expansion shows Canadians are finding alternative entry points into the U.S. while the Keystone saga drags on. More »
Business leaders around the world are watching to see what the United States does with the Keystone XL pipeline, the CEO of engineering giant Siemens said Friday. More »
The House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed legislation authorizing the Keystone XL pipeline on Friday, even as Senate supporters work to line up 60 votes to send the measure to the White House. 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.
Echoing Landrieu’s plea were moderate Democrats from Republican states, who argued for the project that would carry oil from Canada south to the Gulf Coast. 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.
Republicans now have the votes they need in the House and the Senate to force President Barack Obama’s hand on the Keystone XL pipeline. More »
Getting approval for TransCanada’s pipeline would be among the top priorities for a Republican-controlled Senate. More »