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TransCanada Looks to Appeal Landowner Victory in Antelope County Court
TransCanada Looks to Appeal Landowner Victory in Antelope County Court

TransCanada, the company behind the rejected Keystone XL Pipeline, continues to split their legal battle across multiple county courts. On November 30, the multi-billion dollar company appealed the Antelope County court’s decision requiring them to pay the landowner’s legal ...

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