Keystone XL has become an important flash point in the growing war between ecologists and the oil industry through the expansion of pipeline infrastructure. This line has now become entangled in political battles for about ten years. said the senior lawyer of the Council for the protection of natural resources. "Today's decision is another victory for the rule of law in this reckless and risky project."
Transcanada could not be immediately reached for comment. and climatic problems. The line will carry oil sands, a kind of raw material that former Secretary of State John Kerry called "a particularly dirty fuel source." and another controversial pipeline, Dakota Access, which began to be served more than a year ago. and a month later banned TransCanada from any activity that promotes the project to complete new environmental reviews.