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On its north border is the Red River; to the west is the Bois d'Arc Creek. TransCanada is an Alberta-based corporation that is building the controversial Keystone Pipeline that will carry bitumenthicker, more corrosive and toxic, than crude
Texas (AP) Oil has long lived in harmony with farmland and cattle across the Texas landscape, a symbiosis nurtured by generations and built on an unspoken honor code that allowed agriculture to thrive while oil was extracted. Proud Texans have long
The ruling came down in a brief, late-night email, 15 words that slammed the yearslong effort of a Texas landowner to prevent a Canadian company from occupying part of her family's 65-year-old farm to run an oil pipeline from Alberta to Gulf Coast
The line across Julia Trigg Crawford's family farm is practically nothing a rivet in a skyscraper, a pebble on the highway, just four football fields out of the 1,700 miles that would constitute the Keystone XL pipeline. But as the 6-foot former Lady
When the TransCanada men first came, Julia Trigg Crawford said, they were polite...Seven thousand dollars to let the Keystone XL pipeline cross her family's 600-acre farm on its way from the Alberta tar sands to the refineries on the Gulf Coast.
President Barack Obama may have nixed a permit for the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline, but that hasn't stopped the Canadian company that wants to build the 1,660-mile structure from going to court to force the cooperation of landowners who don't want
A Texas family farm has won a temporary restraining order to block TransCanada Corp. from building the Keystone XL pipeline through its property, accusing the company of dealing in bad faith and withholding vital information about the project.