TransCanada rejects Steyer’s debate challenge


“A decision on a Presidential Permit for Keystone XL will ultimately be made by the administration and we are hopeful that decision is made in the coming months. Like anyone else, Mr. Steyer is free to provide his views to the State Department during the National Interest Determination period that will begin with the release the Final Supplemental [Environmental Impact Statement],” TransCanada spokesman James Millar said.

Millar later said "the short answer is no."

This post was updated at 6:07 p.m.