Keystone Redux After EPIC Kansas Oil Spill

Life goes on following an environmental disaster that even evoked ire from our conservative friends. 

Here's a story worth revisiting from our public radio pals . . .

"TC Energy hasn't said yet what caused the Keystone's biggest spill. And it didn't answer a question about the pipeline's operating pressure when the spill happened."

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The Keystone pipeline is back in business while the Kansas oil spill cleanup continues

Crude oil began flowing through the Keystone pipeline from Nebraska through Kansas to Oklahoma again this week. For now, the U.S. Department of Transportation requires the pipeline segment to operate at a lower pressure than when it burst. The pressure must stay 20% lower than when the Keystone's biggest-ever spill happened on Dec.