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Dakota Access Pipeline

Denied at Dakota Access, Pipeline Protesters Will Find New Targets

Kathy Hoekstra, Federal Judge James Boasberg of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia rejected a request for an emergency injunction to prevent oil from being transported through the newly completed Dakota Access Pipeline. Boasberg’s March 14 decision may prove to be the final nail in the coffin for protesters who have attempted

Trump signs orders on pipeline projects, TransCanada says it will reapply for Keystone

President Trump signed executive orders on Tuesday effectively reviving the controversial Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines, as a major builder said it will reapply to build one of the projects which had been stalled by the Obama administration under pressure from environmental and other groups.  The president said the projects would be subject to

Standing Rock: A Great Sioux Nation Perspective

Jon Bowne | Infowars, A look into the complicated situation taking place in North Dakota. The unyielding corporacratic encroachment of the 3.7 Billion dollar Dakota Access Pipeline at Standing Rock in the Dakotas is essentially the painful opening up of a very old wound in American History. This deliberate neglect of the established rights expressed

Bolt cutters expose vulnerability of North America’s oil pipeline grid

All it took was a pair of bolt cutters and the elbow grease of a few climate activists to carry out an audacious act of sabotage on North America’s massive oil and gas pipeline system. For an industry increasingly reliant on gadgets such as digital sensors, infrared cameras and drones to monitor security and check