“The preferred alternative route in this Supplemental Environmental Report was developed based on extensive feedback from Nebraskans,” he said, “and reflects our shared desire to minimize the disturbance of land and sensitive resources in the state.”
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September 5, 2012
TransCanada has refined and narrowed its proposed route for the Keystone XL pipeline through Nebraska.
TransCanada President Russ Girling said the adjustments provided for review by the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality on Wednesday would add 20 miles to the original route.
In a prepared statement, Girling said they are the company’s best effort to avoid not only the Nebraska Sandhills, but adjoining areas prone to erosion and other environmental concerns...