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Standing Rock Sioux Tribe responds to Energy Transfer Partners statement: Tribe vows to explore all options to stop pipeline construction

Dakota pipeline operator to defy Obama and prepare for final phase of drilling

Energy Transfer Partners says it’s ‘mobilizing drilling equipment’ to tunnel under Lake Oahe, which activists describe as ‘unconscionable and devastating’

Standing Rock protests spark support, fundraising efforts in Kahnawake

Over the past few months, Indigenous groups have lobbied against the Dakota Access pipeline near the Standing Rock Sioux reservation. Opponents of the 1,900-kilometre pipeline being developed by Texas-based Energy Transfer Partners say it threatens the Missouri River, a source of drinking water for several American states. dapl-banners-protest

From Matthew Cooke's FB Page: #BANKEXIT TIME! Share it if you feel it... And do it too! Let's withdraw our money from the big banks (Bank of America, HSBC, UBS, Wells Fargo, Chase, Citibank, etc.) — film ourselves closing accounts and telling the bank until they divest from Dakota Access Pipeline or Energy Transfer Partners (the parent company) we will take our business to Federal Credit Unions. See more action steps here: https://www.facebook.com/matthewcookeofficial/videos/570344036494424/

IEN Responds to Trump's Appointments of Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson and Energy Transfer Partners Board Member Rick Perry :: The Indigenous Environmental Network | MyNewsletterBuilder

The corps of engineers admit the Standing Rock people were right. Energy Transfer Partners does not have permission to construct the Dakota pipeline.

Energy Transfer Partners and Sunoco Logistics Partners Respond to the Statement from the Department of the Army

Energy Transfer Partners Announces Pricing of $1.5 Billion of Senior Notes

In North Dakota, water protectors fighting the Dakota Access pipeline say police arrested four people on Tuesday near a construction site where workers with Energy Transfer Partners hope to drill under the Missouri River. Water protectors say the four were taking part in a peaceful prayer walk and encountered police armed with a water cannon, riot gear and armored vehicles.

The Dakota Access pipeline has been stopped, at least for now. The Standing Rock Sioux Nation and thousands of native and non-native allies won a remarkable and unexpected victory Sunday. Word came down that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers had denied a permit for the pipeline owner, Energy Transfer Partners, to drill underneath the Missouri River, and that a full environmental-impact study would be launched. Grass-roots organizing, nonviolent direct action and leadership from front-line…

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