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  1. US DOS approves Enbridge's Alberta Clipper oil line

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    Fri, 21 Aug 2009

    Nick Snow OGJ Washington Editor WASHINGTON, DC, Aug. 21 -- The US Department of State issued a permit on Aug. 20 for Enbridge Energy LP to build a cross-border pipeline from Alberta’s oil sands deposits to US

  2. TransCanada touts benefits of proposed Keystone crude line

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    Tue, 29 Jun 2010

    sponsor of the proposed Keystone crude oil pipeline from Canada emphasized its safety and reliability prior to the US Department of State ’s final public hearing on the project before the comment period ends on July 2. The proposed 1,661-mile

  3. State Department approves Enbridge's Alberta Clipper oil pipeline

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    Fri, 21 Aug 2009

    The US Department of State issued a permit on Aug. 20 for Enbridge Energy Limited Partnership to build a cross-border pipeline from Alberta’s oil sands

  4. TransCanada cites benefits of proposed Keystone oil line

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    Mon, 5 Jul 2010

    sponsor of the proposed Keystone crude oil pipeline from Canada emphasized its safety and reliability prior to the US Department of State 's public hearing before the comment period ends on July 2. The proposed 1,661-mile, 36-in. system would

  5. Clinton, others sued over Alberta Clipper oil line approval

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    Fri, 4 Sep 2009

    American groups sued US Secretary of State Hillary R. Clinton and other federal officials on Sept. 3 to protect US Department of State approval of the proposed Alberta Clipper oil pipeline. The Indigenous Environmental Network, Minnesota Center

  6. No major environmental impact from Keystone XL, DOS say

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    Mon, 10 Feb 2014

    Keystone XL crude oil pipeline's construction and operation would not have significant environmental impacts, the US Department of State said in its long-awaited final supplemental environmental impact statement for the 1,700-mile project. Approval

  7. DOS gives federal agencies more time for Keystone XL comments

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    Mon, 28 Apr 2014

    the proposed Keystone XL crude oil pipeline project's cross-border permit received additional time, the US Department of State announced. It did not set a new deadline, but emphasized that the agency consultation process will not start over

  8. US backs new MENA supply growth, official says

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    Thu, 12 Jun 2014

    intends to ensure they are cooperatively developed in ways that benefit all people in the countries involved, a US Department of State official told a US House subcommittee. Dramatic shifts in supply and demand worldwide mean the US “can and should

  9. Watching Government: More 'Audacity of Nope'

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    Mon, 10 Mar 2014

    The US Department of State substantially followed prescribed guidance—and sometimes exceeded it—when it selected Environmental Resource Management Inc

  10. UN Security Council looking to revise Iraq's oil-for-aid program

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    Tue, 7 May 2002

    By OGJ Editors WASHINGTON, DC, May 7 --US Department of State officials May 6 said there is a "strong consensus" among the permanent members of the United Nations Security Council to support

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