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One of the Wyoming bill's co-sponsors even says it was inspired by the protests led by the Standing Rock Sioux tribe against the Dakota Access pipeline, and a sheriff involved in policing those protests testified in support of the bill at a recent hearing. Wyoming's bill is essentially a copy-paste version of ...
Energy Transfer Partners is known for its role in building the highly-politicized Dakota Access pipeline in North Dakota, which President Trump ordered the Army Corps of Engineers to expedite approval of early in his presidency. The Dakota Access oil pipeline gathered national attention during the 2016 ...

11, 2017 about 100 demonstrators, calling themselves water protectors, blocked the northbound lanes of Interstate 5 just south of the Lakeway Drive exit for about an hour that afternoon to protest the federal government's handling of the Dakota Access pipeline. The charges indicated that Baxter, Semanko, ...
After seeing the treatment of the Dakota Access pipeline protesters, a group of Marathon investors filed a shareholder resolution calling on the oil ... up the heat after seeing the treatment of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe and others protesting the Dakota Access pipeline, a project Marathon bought into just ...
Dakota Access. Tribe asks court to force Trump admin to consult on analysis. Ellen M. Gilmer, E&E News reporter. Published: Friday, February 9, 2018. American Indian tribes opposed to the Dakota Access pipeline say they're being left out of a new federal review of the oil project's impacts.
Attorney Calls for Sanctions in Dakota Access pipeline Suit. Attorneys for a Florida-based environmental publication want a federal judge in North Dakota to sanction the Texas-based developer of the Dakota Access oil pipeline in a dispute over whether the publication can be sued. Feb. 9, 2018, at 2:49 ...

Tribe Says It's Being Left Out of Dakota Access Study. One of the four American Indian tribes still fighting the Dakota Access oil pipeline in court says it's being left out as federal officials work to comply with a judge's order to determine the pipeline's impact on tribal interests. Feb. 8, 2018, at 1:46 p.m.. Tribe Says It's Being Left ...
The Center For Constitutional Rights asked a federal court to sanction Energy Transfer Partners and Energy Transfer Equity for "misusing" the legal system when it sued "Earth First!" for "federal racketeering" to suppress activism against the Dakota Access pipeline. Kasowitz Benson Torres, the law firm ...
One of the four American Indian tribes still fighting the Dakota Access oil pipeline in court says it's being left out of the process as federal officials work to comply with a judge's order to determine the pipeline's impact on tribal interests. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers "has been almost completely ...
The clash between the Standing Rock Sioux tribe and backers of the Dakota Access pipeline unfolded in news clips of violence, intolerance and humiliation. Demonstrators against the pipeline were met with snarling guard dogs, armed security officers and fire hoses that drenched them during freezing ...
A New York City woman who suffered a serious arm injury in an explosion while protesting the Dakota Access oil pipeline in North Dakota is suing the federal government to obtain evidence, hoping it will bolster a civil rights lawsuit she plans to file against law enforcement. Sophia Wilansky's lawsuit seeks ...
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) -- A judge has scheduled a spring sentencing for a Denver woman who pleaded guilty in a shooting during protests in North Dakota against the Dakota Access oil pipeline, but he's still weighing whether to let her out of jail in the meantime. Attorneys for Red Fawn Fallis argue in ...
25, 2018, scheduled a May 31 sentencing for Fallis, who pleaded guilty in a shooting during protests against the Dakota Access oil pipeline. ... guilty in a shooting during protests in North Dakota against the Dakota Access oil pipeline, but he's still weighing whether to let her out of jail in the meantime.
In a Friday, Dec. 8, 2017 photo, Red Fawn Fallis stands outside the Federal Courthouse in Bismarck, N.D. A federal court order issued Friday, Dec. 22 by District of North Dakota Chief Judge Daniel Hovland says prosecutors will be able to use threatening statements from Fallis when she goes to trial for ...
FILE - In this Dec. 8, 2017, file photo, Red Fawn Fallis, of Denver, stands outside the federal courthouse in Bismarck, N.D. Attorneys for Fallis, who is accused of shooting at law officers during protests in North Dakota against the Dakota Access oil pipeline, say they've reached a deal with prosecutors to ...
law enforcement officers met protesters at the railroad crossing on Morton County Road 82 west of Mandan on Nov. 15, 2016. Officers arrested 25 of the 400 people gathered there. Those defendants represent some of the first felony cases of the Dakota Access pipeline protests to go to trial. Submitted.
BISMARCK, N.D. -- Kathleen Bennett will not see legal penalties for the alleged exploitation of her senile mother. With one case already dismissed in Morton County, Burleigh County Assistant State's Attorney Marina Spahr motioned Wednesday to dismiss felony exploitation of a vulnerable adult against ...

Law360, New York (January 11, 2018, 4:09 PM EST) -- The federal government told a D.C. district court Wednesday that the Yankton Sioux tribe's bid to pull the permits for the $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline because there was no overarching environmental review document was improper, asserting that each of its ...
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 ...
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) A private security firm hired by the developer of the Dakota Access pipeline will on go trial in the fall for allegedly operating in North Dakota without a license. North Dakota's Private Investigative and Security Board sued North Carolina-based TigerSwan last June. Court documents ...
Trial scheduled for Dakota Access security firm accused of operating without a license ... BISMARCK -- A trial has been scheduled in the case of a Dakota Access pipeline security firm that a North Dakota regulatory board alleged was operating in the state without a license during the monthslong protests.
Dakota Access Private Security Firm Set for October Trial. A private security firm hired by the developer of the Dakota Access pipeline will on go trial in the fall for allegedly operating in North Dakota without a license. Jan. 9, 2018, at 1:33 p.m.. Dakota Access Private Security Firm Set for October Trial ...
Representatives from Energy Transfer Partners, the company behind the controversial Dakota Access pipeline, traveled to Cambridge, Iowa, in October to present a series of $20,000 checks to emergency management departments in six counties. The money was, in part, an acknowledgement of the ...
A year after high-profile protests against the Dakota Access pipeline turned contentious in North Dakota, the completion of the 1,872-mile, 30-inch-diameter pipeline has been a mixture of potential and peril for Illinois. farmers whose land was used for the $3.8 billion pipeline complain about damaged crops ...
Energy Transfer Partners, L.P.'s ETP Dakota Access pipeline has been benefiting oil producers in Bakken shale. We note that the opening of the pipeline was mired in controversy. However, once it became fully operational in June 2017, this 1,172-mile pipeline has proved to be beneficial for producers in ...
Energy Transfer Partners, L.P.'s (ETP - Free Report) Dakota Access pipeline has been benefiting oil producers in Bakken shale. We note that the opening of the pipeline was mired in controversy. However, once it became fully operational in June 2017, this 1,172-mile pipeline has proved to be beneficial ...
North Dakota oil production returned to near-record levels in 2017, which one industry leader credited in part to the Dakota Access pipeline. ... Justin Kringstad, director of the North Dakota pipeline Authority, said before Dakota Access began service in June, the price for a Bakken barrel was about $7 to $8 ...
Deputy prosecuting attorney Erik Sigmar asked the Whatcom County Superior Court for the defendants to be booked into jail and released so they could be fingerprinted and photographed, but defense attorney Adrian Madrone objected. Madrone said normally when defendants are charged with ...
2, 2018, ordered Fallis to remain jailed in North Dakota while she awaits a May 31 sentencing for shooting at law officers during protests in North Dakota against the Dakota Access oil pipeline. U.S. District Judge Daniel Hovland refused to grant a request by Fallis to be returned to a Fargo halfway house ...
A Dakota Access pipeline protester who nearly lost her arm after allegedly being hit by a projectile fired by law enforcement is suing the government for the return of property seized by FBI agents who visited her hospital room a day after surgery. According to a federal lawsuit filed Friday by Sophia Wilansky, ...
A new year and five oil-spills later, the flowing of oil through the Dakota Access pipeline (DAPL) underneath the Standing Rock Sioux tribe's water supply continues to be a threat to tribal survival. As the tribe battles to shut down the oil flow through the courts, new information detailing how the pipeline was ...
8, 2017, file photo, Red Fawn Fallis, of Denver, stands outside the federal courthouse in Bismarck, N.D. Fallis, who was accused of shooting at law enforcement officers during protests in North Dakota against the Dakota Access oil pipeline in October 2016, pleaded guilty Monday, Jan. 22, 2018, to two ...
Farther to the north, the contentious Dakota Access pipeline project celebrated its first six months of operation. For more than a year, the $3.8 billion, 1,872-mile project was the high-profile flash point, pitting energy development against anti-development interests. In the end, all environmental sufficiency ...
In this Oct. 10, 2016, file photo, law enforcement officers, left, drag a person from a protest against the Dakota Access pipeline, near the town of St. ... MANDAN, N.D. -- Rodrick Joe has a chance to keep his clean record despite being convicted Thursday as the first Dakota Access pipeline protester to ...
6 -- After protests and legal battles nearly stopped the Dakota Access pipeline in 2016, the controversial project received the green light with President Donald Trump's signature early in 2017. A few months later, oil began flowing through the pipeline. 7 -- Carson Wentz, the former Bismarck and North ...
For months, the bank had been under fire for financing the Dakota Access pipeline by providing over a quarter billion dollars worth of funding to its builder, Energy Transfer Partners (ETP). environmentalists famously dropped a banner calling on U.S. Bank to divest from DAPL at the New Years 2017 ...
FILE - In this Feb. 23, 2017 file photo, law enforcement enters the Oceti Sakowin camp to begin arresting Dakota Access oil pipeline protesters in Morton County, near Cannon Ball, N.D. North Dakota law enforcement purchased more than $600,000 worth of body armor, tactical equipment and crowd control ...
BISMARCK, N.D. - The Dallas-based developer of the Dakota Access oil pipeline and a Florida-based environmental publication are arguing in court over whether something billed as a social movement can be sued. Energy Transfer Partners in August filed a lawsuit against Earth First, Greenpeace and ...
BISMARCK, N.D. -- A Denver woman accused of shooting at law enforcement officers during a protest against the Dakota Access pipeline in North Dakota is seeking to suppress some evidence and statements she made to police. The Bismarck Tribune reports attorneys for Red Fawn Fallis argued during a ...
A federal has 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. The order by U.S. District ...
It argues that, because Greenpeace and the other defendants are allegedly engaged in a vast "illegal Enterprise" to persecute ETP, they should be held liable for the allegedly unlawful actions of totally unrelated groups that also happen to oppose the Dakota Access pipeline. For example, ETP alleges that ...
... that a similar leak is imminent at Lake Oahe, the fact remains that there is an inherent risk with any pipeline," he wrote. Boasberg's mandates are interim measures while the pipeline is in the middle of a court-ordered environmental review. Despite the tribes' objections, Dakota Access has been transporting oil since June.
The Center For Constitutional Rights (CCR), on behalf of the environmental magazine, Earth First! Journal, asked a court to dismiss a lawsuit brought by the corporation behind the Dakota Access pipeline, which is intended to suppress activism. On behalf of Energy Transfer Partners and Energy Transfer ...
Six months after oil began flowing through the Dakota Access pipeline, a federal judge has ordered the pipeline's owner to develop a final spill response plan for the section that crosses beneath the Missouri river half a mile upstream of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe's reservation--and to work with the ...
U.S. District Judge James Boasberg also told Dakota Access, LLC, to, with input from the Standing Rock and Cheyenne River Sioux tribes, select a "third-party independent expert engineering company" to review easement conditions and regulations. He told Dakota Access to submit bi-monthly reports on ...
This aerial file photo shows a site where the final phase of the Dakota Access pipeline near the Missouri river took place with boring equipment routing the pipeline underground and across Lake Oahe to connect with the existing pipeline in Emmons County in Cannon Ball, N.D. A federal judge on Monday ...
This Feb. 13, 2017, aerial file photo shows a site where the final phase of the Dakota Access pipeline near the Missouri river took place with boring equipment routing the pipeline underground and across Lake Oahe to connect with the existing pipeline in Emmons County in Cannon Ball, N.D..
Dakota Access. army Corps review of pipeline continues. Ellen M. Gilmer, E&E News reporter. Published: Monday, December 4, 2017. The Trump administration is waiting for information from American Indian tribes and Energy Transfer Partners LP to continue its review of the impacts of the Dakota Access pipeline.
Environmental group Greenpeace seeks dismissal of Dakota Access protest suit. By Forum News Service on Nov 29, ... police use a water cannon on protesters during a protest against plans to pass the Dakota Access pipeline near the Standing Rock Indian Reservation, near Cannon Ball, North Dakota.
Law360, New York (November 21, 2017, 3:37 PM EST) -- Dakota Access LLC on Monday shot back at claims from two Native American tribes who are challenging the company's crude oil pipeline that they were given redacted copies of response plans, saying it wanted to set the record straight on factual claims made by ...


 

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