Nebraska’s Keystone XL vote may not be a clear yes or no

Nebraska regulators are set to decide Monday whether to approve or deny an in-state route for the proposed Keystone XL pipeline. It's the last major regulatory hurdle facing project operator TransCanada Corp. The Nebraska Public Service Commission's ruling is on the Nebraska route TransCanada has proposed to complete the $8 billion, 1,179-mile pipeline to deliver oil from Alberta, Canada, to Texas Gulf Coast refineries.

Canada won’t buy Boeing aircraft until company drops trade complaint against Bombardier: Trudeau

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Boeing can forget about selling fighter jets to Canada as long as its trade complaint is ongoing against Quebec aerospace firm Bombardier. Trudeau's comments Monday, the toughest yet in the ongoing battle between Boeing and the Canadian government over the complaint against Bombardier, appear to jeopardize not only Boeing's current proposal to sell interim fighter jets to Canada but its hope to sell Canada additional aircraft in the future to replace the CF-18 fleet on a permanent basis.

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In this July 15, 2014 file photo, a man consults the Long Island Rail Road departure board amid morning commuters, in New York's Penn Station. Dubbed the "summer of hell," by New York's governor, an eight-week infrastructure renovation project beginning Monday, July 10, 2017, at the nation's busiest train station is expected to cause major disruptions for hundreds of thousands of commuters.

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Trump provides pipeline consent

President Donald Trump gave the go-ahead to the long-delayed Keystone XL pipeline on Friday, declaring it a "great day for American jobs" and siding with energy advocates over environmental groups in a heated debate over climate change. TransCanada CEO Russell Girling speaks with President Donald Trump in Washington.

TransCanada Corp still ‘fully committed’ to Keystone XL, plans to engage with next president Trump

The controversial Keystone XL pipeline, all but dead under U.S. President Barack Obama, may find new life under pro-oil president-elect Donald Trump, who has vowed to reverse course on much of Obama's energy and environmental agenda. TransCanada Corp. said Wednesday it is considering how to pitch the next president on the benefits of the proposed, and denied, pipeline that would give oilsands crude better access to U.S. markets.