Pins protesting the Keystone XL Pipeline sit on a table outside a Jan. 18, 2014 hearing in Grand Island, Nebraska / Dave Weaver Americas, Biden transition, Business & trade, Energy, New in Lobbying Canada province braces for fight with Biden over Keystone Pipeline by Julian Pecquet on November 17, 2020 Julian Pecquet Author More in Americas: Mexico, Libya top $12.5 M in new lobbying disclosures; UAE taps Teneo for Expo 2020; Guyana opposition takes issue with US-backed election reforms June 7, 2021 Haitian businessman builds lobby team for fundraising, US support for presidential run May 26, 2021 Venezuela oil lobbyists continued to rake in millions after US turned Citgo over to the opposition May 6, 2021 Former Sens. Trent Lott (R-Miss.) and John Breaux (D-La.) have picked up their first foreign client since their acrimonious departure from Squire Patton Boggs to Crossroads Strategies in June. Foreign Lobby Report provides comprehensive coverage of the latest foreign lobbying news—who’s hired whom, and why—that you won’t get anywhere else. Purchase this article for $5.00 Already a subscriber? Sign in here.