A preliminary 600-page report has been released on the oil pipeline that a Canadian company wants to build across Nebraska. The report released on Tuesday doesn't include a recommendation about whether TransCanada should be allowed to build the Keystone XL pipeline to ship crude oil to Gulf Coast refineries. The report from Nebraska environmental regulators said TransCanada's new route avoids the environmentally sensitive Sandhills region and addresses a number of concerns Nebraskans have raised. TransCanada spokesman Shawn Howard says the company appreciates the state's attention to detail and hopes the project will be approved. A public hearing will be held in Albion on December 4th. Pipeline opponent Jane Kleeb of Bold Nebraska says she remains concerned, and she's disappointed that the state won't require disclosure of exactly what chemicals will be carried in the pipeline.