Ninth Circuit Motions Panel Denies TransCanada’s Motion for Stay in Challenge to Keystone XL Pipeline

Here is the order in Indigenous Environmental Network v. Dept. of State:

ca9-order-denying-motion-for-stay.pdf

Briefs:

transcanada-motion-for-stay.pdf

indigenous-environmental-network-opposition.pdf

northern-plains-opposition.pdf

fort-peck-amicus-brief.pdf

transcanada-reply.pdf

Injunctive Relief Granted in Indigenous Environmental Network v. U.S. Dept. of State [Keystone XL Pipeline]

Order.

Previous posts/filings here.

WaPo coverage here.

Plaintiffs’ request for injunctive relief is GRANTED. The Court enjoins Federal Defendants and TransCanada from engaging in any activity in furtherance of the construction or operation of Keystone and associated facilities until the Department has completed a supplement to the 2014 SEIS that complies with the requirements of NEPA and the APA.

 

Indigenous Environmental Network’s Suit Against Keystone XL Will Proceed

Here is the order in the matter of Indigenous Environmental Network v. U.S. Dep’t of State, No. 4:17-cv-00029-BMM (D. Mont.):

Doc. 93 – Order

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