Tag: Dakota Access Pipeline Project

Dakota Pipeline Protest

For Dakota Access Pipeline Protesters in D.C: A Few Facts

In the shadow of the Washington Monument on Thursday, several tepees had been pitched, ceremonial dances and songs performed, and future activism plotted as a few hundred people protested the Dakota Access Pipeline.

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Energy Expert: Even Obama Admin Admitted Keystone XL Pipeline Was Safe for Environment

Responding to news of the Trump administration’s executive actions moving the Keystone and Dakota pipelines forward, while citing their many benefits, economist Nick Loris told Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Alex Marlow on Wednesday, “even the Obama administration’s own State Department said that the Keystone XL pipeline wouldn’t contribute significantly to climate change.”

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Isaac Orr: Trump to Obama’s Energy Legacy: ‘You’re Fired’

President Barack Obama campaigned with the pledge he would fundamentally transform the energy sector of the United States when he took office, and to a large extent, he succeeded. Most of this legacy was strong-armed into law using executive orders and administrative overreach, and, as a result, the survival of his agenda depended upon a presidential administration succeeding him with similar goals and a desire to cement his executive orders into place for years to come.

Dakota pipeline protest (Robyn Beck / Getty)

Army Surrenders to Indians in North Dakota

The Army surrendered Friday to Native American protesters who had gathered in North Dakota at the intersection of the Cannonball and Missouri Rivers by voluntarily suspending the Daktoa Access Pipeline project.

Cannonball Dakota protest (Robyn Beck / AFP / Getty)

Northern California Tribes Support Dakota Pipeline Protest

Several Native American tribes from the Klamath Basin in Northern California have declared their support for an ongoing protest in North Dakota at the intersection of the Cannonball and Missouri Rivers against the Daktoa Access Pipeline project.

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North Dakota Tribe, Obama EPA Move to Block Dallas-Based Oil Pipeline

An environmental standoff at the Missouri River near Cannon Ball, North Dakota is brewing between a Dallas-based pipeline company and the Standing Rock Sioux with increasing support from the Obama Administration. Occupying protests, bureaucratic demand letters and company promises to complete construction on time have created yet another flashpoint in America’s pipeline politics.