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Oil Spill in Rural Kansas Creek Shuts Down Keystone Pipeline

The company on Thursday estimated the spill's size at about 14,000 barrels. read more >
Welspun COO Rajesh Chokhani (center) talks about how the end of the Keystone XL pipeline could affect his Little Rock factory as U.S. Rep. French Hill (left) and Bryan Day, executive director of the Little Rock Port Authority, listen.
Government & Politics / Manufacturing

TC Energy Officially Ends Keystone XL Pipeline Project

The sponsor of the Keystone XL crude oil pipeline pulls the plug after Canadian officials failed to persuade President Joe Biden to reverse his cancellation of its permit. read more >
Welspun COO Rajesh Chokhani (center) talks about how the end of the Keystone XL pipeline could affect his Little Rock factory as U.S. Rep. French Hill (left) and Bryan Day, executive director of the Little Rock Port Authority, listen.
Energy

‘Difficult’ to Sustain Jobs Without Keystone, Welspun Exec Says

U.S. Rep. French Hill, R-Arkansas, joined state economic development leaders and executives of Welspun Tubular LLC of Little Rock on Friday, aiming to raise pressure on the Biden administration for revoking the federal permit for the Keystone XL pipeline. read more >
Construction / Energy / Government & Politics

Keystone Cancellation Casts A Shadow at the Little Rock Port

President Joe Biden revoked the federal permit for the on-again, off-again Keystone XL oil pipeline on Wednesday, a move that will have ripple effects on Welspun Tubular LLC of Little Rock and the Little Rock Port. read more >
Welspun Pipes in Little Rock.
Energy / Government & Politics

Order for Keystone Pipeline to Benefit Welspun Work in Little Rock

Welspun Tubular LLC of Little Rock gets an order from TC Energy that’s expected to keep 500 people working through at least 2021. read more >