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The Keystone XL Pipeline is officially no more, as TC Energy, the company that developed the controversial pipeline, announced on Wednesday the company terminated the years-long project.
The Canadian owners said after a review of its options and consulting with the Government of Alberta, a partner in the effort, they made the decision to terminate the project, according to a statement from the company.
The 1,210 mile pipeline would have ran north to south through eastern Nebraska. The project, started in the late 2000s, became a long-running political and legal battle for many in the Midwest. Landowners in Nebraska challenged seizure of their land by the company, resulting in years of delays.
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