Arguments for and against alternative route for Keystone XL Pipeline

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LINCOLN, Neb. – On December 4, 2017, the Nebraska Public Service Commission issued an order setting oral arguments for motions filed in the Keystone XL Pipeline application docket.

"It's time that TransCanada wakes up, realize it's time to throw in the towel and say game over," said Art Tanderup, landowner.

This is a routine proceeding in which each party is given time to provide comments on their motion. No cross-examination or questions from other parties are allowed and no decision will be made by the Commission.

"This has been the most studied pipeline in history, it has gone through numerous federal and state studies and it's time to just build," Robbin Tisfer, TransCanada spokesperson.

The hearing was all in response to a request by TransCanada for the P-S-C to reconsider the company's preferred route.