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Keystone Pipeline Spills More Than 200,000 Gallons of Oil in Under 15 Minutes
Keystone Pipeline Spills More Than 200,000 Gallons of Oil in Under 15 Minutes

The Keystone pipeline spilled more than 200,000 gallons of oil Thursday, November 16 in South Dakota. TransCanada, the multibillion dollar energy company currently fighting to build a new pipeline route through landowners’ property in Nebraska, released a statement ...

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  • TransCanada Cancels Proposed Energy East Pipeline Project

    TransCanada cancelled their proposed $15 billion Energy East pipeline project on Thursday, October 5. While the Canadian energy sector is working to ...

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  • Opponents of the Keystone XL Pipeline Remain Committed to the Fight No Matter the Outcome

    Following the conclusion of the week-long hearing for the Keystone XL pipelines, opponents vowed to continue the fight no matter what the Nebraska ...

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  • Negotiations with South Sioux City Hinge on City's Relationship with Big Ox Energy

    Following the displaced residents of South Sioux City’s refusal to accept the city’s settlement offer, David Domina, the attorney representing 13 of ...

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  • South Sioux City Settlement Offer Rejected By Displaced Residents

    The city of South Sioux City’s settlement agreement was rejected by David Domina of the Domina Law Group and Brian E. Buckmeier, an attorney in Sioux ...

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  • Nebraskans Vow to Continue Fighting Against the Keystone XL Pipeline No Matter Who Sits in the White House

    While it’s impossible to predict the exact actions a Trump administration will take when he assumes office on January 20, 2017, it appears likely that ...

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  • Brian Jorde Fighting Back Against Potential Wisconsin Pipeline

    In a time when countries around the globe are attempting to cut back on CO2 emissions and transition to sustainable energy sources, yet another oil ...

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  • Federal Agencies Request Voluntary Pause on Dakota Access Pipeline

    Even though U.S. District Judge James Boasberg ruled against the Standing Rock Sioux tribe's claim that the Army Corps of Engineers failed to properly ...

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  • Dave Domina Speaks at Eminent Domain & Land Valuation Litigation Conference

    Mr. Domina was a guest speaker for the panel on Pipeline & Energy Corridors: Valuation Perspectives of Condemnors & Condemnees. Dave Domina was a ...

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  • Underground Pumping Potential Cause for Nebraska Drought Issue

    As Nebraskan farmers continue to sue the state over water usage and laws, evidence shows underground pumping as culprit for extensive drought damage. ...

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