Keystone XL Eminent Domain Map

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Illustrated above are TransCanada’s eminent domain filings by county. Currently, only Texas data is available. Landowners typically fall into one of three categories:

  • Those who have willingly signed a lease with TransCanada
  • Those who have begrudgingly signed so as to avoid legal action, and
  • Those who have been forced to give right away to TransCanada due to eminent domain proceedings.

Only the last group is represented here. Of the roughly 800 properties the pipeline crosses in Texas, a little over 100 have been taken by eminent domain, or 12.5%. Read more about Texas landowner opposition here.

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