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The Keystone Pipeline debate is heating up...and this booklet reissued in September 2010 by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission couldn't be more timely for Nebraska landowners and librarians.

An Interstate Natural Gas Facility on my Land? What do I Need to Know?
http://www.ferc.gov/for-citizens/citizen-guides/citz-guide-gas.pdf

The 24-page booklet helps property owners could learn about their rights, how FERC’s procedures work, what safety and environmental issues might be involved, and lots more. For example, it addresses such issues as the legal rights and responsibilities of all parties, archaeological sites, environmental and safety issues, pipeline installation procedures, how long a pipeline might stay in place and many other questions.

Print copies can also be ordered from the FERC Office of External Affairs
Toll-free: 1-866-208-3372
email customer@ferc.gov

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