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Pipeline protester accused in shooting reaches plea deal

A Denver woman accused of shooting at law officers during protests in North Dakota against the Dakota Access oil pipeline has reached a deal with prosecutors to avoid trial. Attorneys … Click to Continue »

Meet the Money and People Fueling the Contested Bayou Bridge Pipeline

By Rob Galbraith, Cross-Posted from LittleSis.org From Dakota Access to Keystone XL to Atlantic Coast, there has been no shortage of controversies over major proposed oil and gas pipelines in recent years. We can add the Bayou Bridge...Show More Summary

Pipeline protester won't get more details on FBI informant

A Denver woman accused of shooting at law officers during protests in North Dakota against the Dakota Access oil pipeline won't receive more information about an FBI informant she alleges … Click to Continue »

Banks gives pipeline developer another chance after pulling funding from Dakota Access

Banks that pulled funding from the Dakota Access Pipeline due to strong public opposition are now teaming up with the pipeline’s developer on another controversial fossil fuel project. Energy Transfer Partners, the lead developer of the Bayou Bridge Pipeline in south-central Louisiana, is using the lessons it learned from the Dakota Access Pipeline saga to […]

The Dakota Access Pipeline Is Reaping Benefits For Manufacturers After Just 6 Months of Operations

"North Dakota’s unemployment rate was 2.3% in November, and more than 850 existing wells need fracking crews." The post The Dakota Access Pipeline Is Reaping Benefits For Manufacturers After Just 6 Months of Operations appeared first on Shopfloor.

Prosecutors can cite alleged threats in Dakota Access trial

A federal judge says prosecutors can cite threatening statements that a Denver woman made after she allegedly shot at police during Dakota Access oil pipeline protests in North Dakota. Attorneys … Click to Continue »

US Bank Declares End to Oil and Gas Pipeline Loans—Then Quietly Joins $4B Deal with Dakota Access Owner

At a shareholder meeting this past spring, U.S. Bank announced it would be the first large American bank to completely stop issuing loans for oil and gas pipeline construction projects. Environmental groups, indigenous activists, and divestment advocates hailed U.S. Show More Summary

More than $600,000 spent on police gear for pipeline protest

North Dakota law enforcement purchased more than $600,000 worth of body armor, tactical equipment and crowd control devices during the height of protests against the Dakota Access oil pipeline, state … Click to Continue »

Federal Court Orders Corps Of Engineers & DAPL To Upgrade Monitoring Following Keystone XL Spill

A federal judge has ordered stepped-up monitoring of the Dakota Access pipeline following an oil spill from the Keystone XL pipeline last month

Standing Rock Protest Groups Sued by Dakota Access Pipeline Company

Courts shouldn’t let companies like Energy Transfer Partners use litigation to intimidate and bankrupt advocacy groups. If you want to experience 2017 in a nutshell, check out the billion-dollar lawsuit filed by an oil and gas company...Show More Summary

Dakota Access Pipeline Company Tries to Sue Environmental Groups Out of Existence

Courts shouldn’t let companies like Energy Transfer Partners use litigation to intimidate and bankrupt advocacy groups. If you want to experience 2017 in a nutshell, check out the billion-dollar lawsuit filed by an oil and gas company...Show More Summary

Energy Transfer Partners has until April to develop an oil-spill response plan for the Dakota Access Pipeline.

A federal judge sided with Standing Rock and Cheyenne River Sioux tribes who wanted additional measures to protect their drinking water.

Court Asked To Dismiss Dakota Access Pipeline Company’s Suit Against Earth First! Because It Is A Movement

Federal court asked to dismiss lawsuit brought by Dakota Access Pipeline corporations against Earth First! because it is a social movement. The post Court Asked To Dismiss Dakota Access Pipeline Company’s Suit Against Earth First! Because It Is A Movement appeared first on Shadowproof.

Court Orders Monitoring Of Dakota Access Pipeline After Keystone XL Spill

A federal court ordered the United States Army Corps of Engineers and Dakota Access to participate in multiple measures to monitor the oil pipeline constructed on land which under the 1851 treaty belongs to the Standing Rock Sioux tribe. Show More Summary

Court Orders Monitoring Of Dakota Access Pipeline After Keystone XL Spill

A federal court ordered the United States Army Corps of Engineers and Dakota Access to participate in multiple measures to monitor the oil pipeline constructed on land which under the 1851 treaty belongs to the Standing Rock Sioux tribe. Show More Summary

Tribal request for Dakota Access spill response plan granted

The Army Corps of Engineers and the developer of the Dakota Access pipeline must complete an oil spill response plan for the stretch of pipe beneath the Missouri River in North Dakota, a federal judge ruled Monday.

Tribal request for Dakota Access spill response plan granted

A federal judge has ordered the Army Corps of Engineers and a pipeline developer to complete an oil spill response plan for a section of the Dakota Access pipeline beneath … Click to Continue »

U.S. judge orders oil-spill response plan for Dakota Access Pipeline

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A federal judge ordered Energy Transfer Partners LP to coordinate with local tribes and the Army Corps of Engineers to create an oil-spill response plan for the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline by next April, a decision he said will allow oil to keep flowing and prevent spills.

Environment groups want pipeline company's lawsuit dismissed

Environmental groups being sued by the developer of the Dakota Access pipeline have asked a federal judge to dismiss the lawsuit. Netherlands and U.S.-based Greenpeace and Netherlands-based BankTrack argue in … Click to Continue »

President Trump Puts His Indifference To The Environment On Hold For Elephants

2 months agoNews : The Newsroom

WASHINGTON — Two weeks after signing executive orders to push forward the controversial Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines, President Donald Trump told a group of county sheriffs gathered for a White House roundtable that he didn’t think the projects were controversial.

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