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Oil Could Flow Through the Dakota Access Pipeline in Less Than 24 Hours

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Oil could be flowing through the Dakota Access Pipeline tomorrow. A federal appeals court denied a last-ditch injunction against the pipeline Outstanding litigation won’t stop the pipeline from becoming operational It could be a year before the Iowa Supreme Court rules on an eminent domain lawsuit North Dakota’s sweet, light crude could be flowing through…

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West Virginia Senate Bill 9 looks to ban the use of drones against pipelines

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West Virginia Senate Bill 9 will make it illegal to use drones to gather “evidence or information” against an industrial facility Drones became an important tool in distributing information to the public in Standing Rock Senate Bill 9 could open the door to prohibiting drones for gathering information for the public across the country The…

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BREAKING: Federal Judge Denies Request to Halt Drilling on the Dakota Access Pipeline

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A request from the tribes challenging President Trump’s executive order has been denied Water protectors remain committed to fighting DAPL Drilling continues under Lake Oahe The DAPL Last Stand could be the only thing left to stop the pipeline A federal judge has rejected a request from the Standing Rock Sioux and Cheyenne River Sioux…

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Court filing shows US Army Corps will grant the needed easement for the Dakota Access Pipeline

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US Army Corps of Engineers to grant easement to Dakota Access according to court filing The filing was made in US District Court in Washington DC The easement to tunnel under Lake Oahe was all that was needed to complete the pipeline The Dakota Access Pipeline was supposed to be operating by November 2016 but…

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The Rover Pipeline: Texas-based Energy Transfer Partners’ new $4.2 billion project

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Energy Transfer Partners are now trying to get approval for the $4.2 billion Rover Pipeline ETP is the same company behind the Dakota Access Pipeline The Rover Pipeline’s route will span across 713-miles Rover Pipeline will be able to deliver 3.25 billion cubic feet per day of domestic natural gas Texas-based Energy Transfer Partners are…

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Active construction of Dakota Access continues to be stopped by peaceful demonstrations.

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Cannon Ball, North Dakota (via – The Indigenous Environmental Network) – On Monday, North Dakota news outlet WDAY-TV published a report on a #NoDAPL action in North Dakota that occurred the day prior. The report alleges a private security guard was “assaulted” and “carried by” protesters at a Dakota Access construction site. There is no proof of the incident…

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Sacred Burial Ground in North Dakota sold to Dakota Access.

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Standing Rock Sioux Tribe announce sacred burial ground sold to Dakota Access. The announcement comes after thousands came nto North Dakota to stand against Dakota Access. Paperwork was finalized yesterday and money has already been transferred for the sale of the land. Dakota Access is now pulling similar tactics in Texas that they used in…

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Dakota Access Pipeline almost 60% complete and continuing to grow.

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Kelcy Warren announced in a statement that the Dakota Access Pipeline is nearly 60% complete. The CEO responded to Friday’s decision to halt construction on 40-miles of DAPL. Stocks have been falling for Energy Transfer Partners. DAPL is now almost 60% complete. As people continue to stand against the $3.7 billion Dakota Access Pipeline, the…

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