350 NoKXL Promise to Protect Statement, April 15, 2020.

Great Falls, MT — Today, a federal judge ruled to revoke Nationwide Permit 12 for the Keystone XL pipeline, a key water-crossing permit needed to complete construction of the project. The ruling states that the US Army Corps violated the law by granting the permit, and that the Corps must begin formal consultations under guidelines of the Endangered Species Act, causing major delays for construction. This decision has implications for pipeline projects around the country.

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NRDC article, April 16, 2020

A federal court in Montana has revoked a key permit and TC Energy’s approvals to construct Keystone XL through approximately 700 water crossings in the United States along the tar sands pipeline’s route.

Federal Court Halts Trump Attempt to Fast-track Keystone XL

Graphic, credit NRDC.