KLX is dead

KLX is dead

Months after President Biden revoked the Keystone XL permit, TC Energy Corp in conjunction with the Albertan provincial government, have voiced their decision to abandon the project.
After 13 years of concerted efforts by Indigenous-led environmental frontline actions, the pipeline, which would have carried upwards of 35 million gallons of crude oil from Alberta, Canada, to the Gulf Coast, is DEAD.
“The end of KXL is an affirmation that persistence works, that intersectional organizing works, and that when we center our efforts in our Indigenous values and in our respect for water, land, and our people, we win.” — Jade Begay, Climate Justice Campaign Director for the NDN Collective.

Developer Abandons Keystone XL Pipeline Project, Ending Decade-Long Battle

The company behind the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline said Wednesday it’s officially terminating the project. TC Energy already had suspended construction in January when President Biden revoked a key cross-border presidential permit. The announcement ends a more than decade-long battle that came to signify the debate over whether fossil fuels should be left in the ground to address climate change.

 

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