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Dakota access pipeline news


DAPL decision could be made this week

Department of Justice attorney, Matt Marinelli, has suggested that the US Army Corps of Engineers could decide whether or not to grant an easement for the Dakota Access pipeline as early as this week.


DAPL protests continue in North Dakota

With President-elect Donald Trump being inaugurated later today, tensions are rising in North Dakota, with many protestors fearing Trump’s support of the DAPL project.


Arrests made in DAPL protest

Protesters were tear gassed and three were arrested at the latest Dakota Access pipeline protest, news sources have reported.


ETP seeks to block DAPL environmental study

Energy Transfer Partners has filed a motion to block the US Army Corps of Engineers from publishing its intent to prepare an environmental study for a controversial DAPL crossing at Lake Oahe.