Keystone to get go-ahead next week
BISMARCK -- The controversial TransCanada Keystone Pipeline should get its North Dakota go-ahead on Thursday.
The Public Service Commission set a special meeting for 2 p.m. Thursday to vote on an order permitting the crude oil pipeline to be built through eastern North Dakota. The 218-mile North Dakota section will enter the state near Walhalla and exit near Cogswell, transporting crude oil from northern Alberta to refineries in Illinois.
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