One photo shows how the Keystone pipeline is living up to activists’ biggest fears: Business Insider

December 1, 2017

keystone oil spillAn aerial view shows the darkened ground of an oil spill which shut down the Keystone pipeline between Canada and the United States, located in an agricultural area near Amherst, South Dakota, U.S., in this photo provided November 18, 2017.REUTERS/Dronebase

 

Members of the South Dakota’s Public Utilities Commission told Reuters they may revoke TransCanada’s operating permit, pending the results of a probe into the spill earlier this month.

“They testified that this is going to be a state-of-the-art pipeline,” Gary Hanson, a member of the commission, told Reuters. “We want to know the pipeline is going to operate in a fashion that is safe and reliable. So far it’s not going well.” — Business Insider