Work on the southern portion of TransCanada's Keystone XL pipeline, which will run from a storage hub in Oklahoma to Texas refineries, is proceeding smoothly, according to the company. Plans to start up the line in the fourth quarter have not been hampered by lawsuits and protests, the company said. "We've got a pipeline route that's hundreds of miles long, so if there are activities that take place on one property, our crews still have plenty of work to do," said Shawn Howard, a spokesman for TransCanada.

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