Neb. Court Slows Keystone
Todd Neeley DTN Staff Reporter
Wed Feb 25, 2015 03:57 PM CST

OMAHA (DTN) -- TransCanada must hold off on eminent domain proceedings on the proposed Keystone XL pipeline after a Nebraska judge issued a temporary injunction Thursday that will require TransCanada to wait until cases filed on behalf of landowners play out in court.

New cases challenging the company's use of eminent domain were filed in two separate Nebraska counties after the Nebraska Supreme Court ruled against the landowners in a recent case challenging a Nebraska law that allows the state's governor to approve a pipeline route. Judge Mark Kozisek in Holt County, Neb., issued the injunction.

"TransCanada sees the writing ...

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