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Keystone XL Pipeline Joint Notice of Permit Pending

 

August 19, 2020 | View PDF



The proposed Keystone XL Pipeline Project (Project) within the United States would be located in Montana, South Dakota, and Nebraska, connecting to the existing Keystone Cushing Extension pipeline, which extends from Steele City, NE, to Cushing, OK. In total, the Project would consist of approximately 1,209 miles of new, 36-inch-diameter pipeline, with approximately 327 miles of pipeline in Canada and approximately 882 miles in the United States (US). The project would cross the international border between Saskatchewan, Canada, and the US near Morgan, MT, and would include pipeline generally within a 110-foot-wide temporary construction right-of-way (ROW) and a 50-foot-wide permanent ROW in Montana, South Dakota, and Nebraska. The approximate start of the project in Montana is located at the following coordinates: 48.99, -107.54. The approximate end of the project in Nebraska is located at the following coordinates: 40.04, -96.99.

 

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