Could one family farm stop a multi-billion-dollar pipeline project from going ahead? Probably not, but a Texas family farm will at least have its day in court.

The Province newspaper reports that TransCanada Corp., the Canadian company hoping to build a $7-billion pipeline extension project allowing Canadian crude to flow to Texas Gulf refineries, has been restrained by a U.S. court from building the line through the Crawford Family Farm in northeast Texas.
The farm rejected a cash offer by TransCanada Corp allowing it to build the pipeline across the property.