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Pipe waits on the prairie as Keystone XL debate rages almost 5 years

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LINCOLN, NEB. -- South Dakota rancher Bret Clanton heard a Canadian oil pipeline company, TransCanada, was stockpiling pipe across the border in North Dakota. In 2011, he drove from his ranch to take a look. At the top of a hill east of Scranton, N.D. -- near a ghost town named Gascoyne -- trucks unloaded pipe into a pasture. That field is now filled with rows and rows of mostly aqua-green...