David Domina Interviewed by CBC Radio Canada: Keystone vs. Landowners:

David Domina Interviewed by CBC Radio Canada: Keystone vs. Landowners:

Domina suggests TransCanada re-route its proposed Keystone XL Pipeline to run adjacent with its existing easement where Keystone I is located in eastern Nebraska and explains Eminent Domain Law. Listen to interview here.

David Domina Quoted in The New York Times: Eminent Domain Fight Has a Canadian Twist:

A Canadian company has been threatening to confiscate private land from South Dakota to the Gulf of Mexico, and is already suing many who have refused to allow the Keystone XL pipeline on their property even though the controversial project has yet to receive federal approval.

Randy Thompson, a cattle buyer in Nebraska, was informed that if he did not grant pipeline access to 80 of the 400 acres left to him by his mother along the Platte River, “Keystone will use eminent domain to acquire the easement.” Sue Kelso and her large extended family in Oklahoma were sued in the local district court by TransCanada, the pipeline company, after she and her siblings refused to allow the pipeline to cross their pasture. The New York Times Full Story

Bloomberg News Radio Interviews David Domina on the Keystone XL Pipeline: Domina discusses property owners resistance to Keystone in the Sand Hills and across the Ogallala Aquifer and TransCanada threatening land owners. Click here to Listen to Interview- October 18, 2011