Oklahoma family challenging condemnation for pipeline project

Bryan County landowners are fighting TransCanada’s efforts to condemn their land for part of a transcontinental pipeline project.

BY JAY F. MARKS Published: January 19, 2011
DURANT — The White family is standing up to a Canadian company building a $15 billion intercontinental oil pipeline through Oklahoma.

The children and grandchildren of the late A.L. and Dollie White are challenging TransCanada’s attempt to condemn part of the family’s Bryan County farm to complete the Keystone Pipeline’s planned path through Oklahoma on the way to Houston-area refineries, according to a news release from the Edmond-based Center for Energy Matters.

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