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TransCanada plans to reapply for permits to build across South Dakota for the Keystone XL pipeline. Keystone XL President Corey Goulet says the process will be procedural, but others view this as an opportunity to reopen the debate in South Dakota, requiring more discussions and decisions before a final word can come on the project. Keystone XL needs new S.D. permits; may reignite debate By: Peter Harriman The Canadian company seeking to build the politically contentious Keystone XL pipeline plans to reapply for permits from the South Dakota Public Utilities Commission within the next two weeks. TransCanada received permission from state utility regulators to build across South Dakota in 2010 but the original permits lapsed in June as the company continues to wait for White House approval. Keystone XL President Corey Goulet said in an interview Thursday that the process will be procedural rather than a new, in-depth review of the project. The Canadian company seeking to build