Expert recommends new route for Keystone XL through Neb.

12/9/2012 | United Press International

A new route for TransCanada's Keystone XL pipeline that would run through an area of northern Nebraska where groundwater is contaminated with agricultural chemicals was proposed by Roy Spalding, a hydrochemist and water quality expert at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. "It was basically to introduce a new approach to siting pipelines," Spalding said. "It was written not only for the XL pipeline but also for any future pipeline proposals that are going to carry liquid fuel."

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