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Approving Interstate Pipelines With Intrastate Benefits

Law360, New York (December 14, 2015, 12:52 PM EST) -- John F. Povilaitis

Alan M. Seltzer The Keystone XL pipeline was dealt a death blow when President Obama rejected it in early November. While it was a setback for that project’s developers, it hardly represents a halt to the development of all transmission pipeline infrastructure projects. As of September of 2015, U.S. Industrial Info, a leading provider of global market intelligence with a specialization in energy markets, was tracking 72 active oil and gas pipeline projects across the country. More are surely to come.[1]

The main takeaway from the Keystone XL decision should not be that future pipeline projects are doomed,...

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