The pipeline still faces a regulatory challenge in Nebraska.
Order invites TransCanada Corp. to re-submit an application for a permit.
With the support of a Republican-controlled Senate and House of Representatives, Canada could feel some pain from the Trump administration.
Company alleges the US government concluded the pipeline would not have a significant impact on GHGs.
Interim Conservative leader says the pipeline was rejected for political reasons, not scientific ones.
Pipeline firm intends to seek US$15 billion in damages over the rejection of Keystone XL in November.
Pipeline firm said it will be looking to recover US$15 billion in costs and damages from the US government.
Notley’s priorities include less coal-fueled electricity, an energy efficiency programs and other carbon reduction measures.
The Vermont environmentalist claims to have had the same upbringing as the outgoing prime minister.
Dennis McConaghy says putting a price on carbon is the last option available to make the case for the cross-border pipeline.
One possible response is a challenge under NAFTA to recoup damages from the US government.
US ambassador says the Keystone XL pipeline shouldn’t overshadow the many positives between the two countries.
Billionaire investor says he would have passed the controversial pipeline.
Allan Gotlieb blames Obama for the “distant” relationship between the two countries.
Both sides asking the courts for more clarity on the legality of imposing the route on hostile landowners.