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``The Dakota Access Pipeline marks six months of operations on New Year’s Day, and new data show that North Dakota is already enjoying major benefits from the $3.8 billion project.``

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be 2dehands Schoentjes Clarks Meisje Steps Te Koop First he Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) is the safest and most environmentally sensitive way to transport crude oil from domestic wells to American consumers. It is the result of an extensive process that involved review and approval by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and regulators in North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa, and Illinois. It will be among the safest, most technologically advanced pipelines in the world.

This $3.8 billion project crosses almost entirely private land, often already in use for other utility easements. The Dakota Access Pipeline does First Te Koop Steps Schoentjes be 2dehands Clarks Meisje not cross the Standing Rock Sioux reservation, even at the portion of the pipeline that is the subject of dispute at Lake Oahe. In developing the route, the United States Army Corps of Engineers had hundreds of contacts with dozens of tribes regarding the Dakota Access project. In addition, the U.S. Army Corps reached out to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe nearly a dozen times to discuss archaeological and other surveys conducted before finalizing the Dakota Access route.

Notably, the Dakota Access Pipeline uneventfully operates along the same path as (but much deeper underground) the Northern Border Pipeline, which has functioned safely beneath the lake for 35 years.

The Dakota Access Pipeline is virtually entirely underground. As you see from this map, it does not cross any land belonging to the Standing Rock Sioux.

We have great respect for the concerns of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and plan to continue to work with their leaders to address those concerns. Recently, their interests have been overtaken by politically-motivated, anti-fossil fuel protesters who are using this issue as a cover for their often violent and extremist efforts to cause disruption. Their actions deny private property rights and freedoms to the landowners who are near and adjacent to the Standing Rock Reservation and deny American citizens and businesses the energy they need to produce jobs and build a vital and healthy economy. The behavior by some of these extremist organizations is not only criminal but dangerous to themselves and others, and we join with law enforcement and others in asking them to obey the rule of law.

We will continue to defend the rights we have been granted through proper and legal venues, and the rights of Americans to reduce foreign dependence on fossil fuels to power our economy and warm our homes.

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America uses 800 million gallons of petroleum every day. At Energy Transfer Partners, we’re proud of our role in developing the latest in pipeline technologies, to bring energy to American homes and businesses. We safely operate more than 70,000 miles of pipeline, with a  company priority to build with American materials, American workers, and American ingenuity.

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A MESSAGE FROM NORTH DAKOTA GOVERNOR DOUG BURGUM:
“This is a key step toward the completion of this important infrastructure project, which has faced months of politically driven delays and will allow for safe transport of North Dakota product to market.” – Doug Burgum, Governor, North Dakota

CEO Behind Dakota Pipeline: Employment Is Robust Thanks To The Building Of Pipelines

Energy Transfer Partners Chairman and CEO Kelcy Warren weighs in on the Dakota pipeline and President Trump’s economic agenda.

Energy Transfer Equity Co-Founder & CEO Kelcy Warren said that President Trump is doing “extremely well” and is glad he approved the final permit to allow for the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline.

“The Dakota Pipeline…the second largest oil field in the United States is moving by rail…we’ve advanced past that….That pipeline in particular is very needed infrastructure and there’s much more that needs to be built in the United States as well,” he told FOX Business’ Neil Cavuto.

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When it comes to oil and gas, ‘keep it in the ground’ is the worst thing to do

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By Dr. Robert W. Chase, P.E., The Marietta Times, January 6, 2018 It has become fashionable among some environmentalists to declare that little of consequence would happen to the nation’s economy if oil and natural gas production were to be phased out. Proponents of “keep-it-in-the-ground,” say that as motorists shift to electric vehicles, the need for […]

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Dakota Access Pipeline Fulfilling Its Promise

By Bob Adelmann, The New American, January 1, 2018 Fully operational since June, the Dakota Access Pipeline is lowering transportation costs, reducing tank car usage, reducing environmental and population risk, improving South Dakota’s financial condition, and putting the lie to the alarmist anti-pipeline propaganda. There’s scarcely a downside. An alleged criminal conspiracy that attempted to […]

Trump’s Infrastructure Plan Is Critical For National Security

By James ‘Spider’ Marks, Major General, Ret., The Daily Caller, December 30, 2017 On the top of President Trump’s to-do list for 2018 is a plan to upgrade and expand America’s failing infrastructure. With our nation’s roads, dams and power plants in collapse, the administration’s focus on infrastructure could not be more timely. According to […]

Meisje be Schoentjes 2dehands First Steps Clarks Te Koop Pipeline company donates to South Dakota counties’ emergency management agencies

By Roger Larsen, The Plainsman, October 19, 2017   HURON – Dakota Access Pipeline has donated $20,000 to each of the 13 counties that it traverses as a goodwill gesture and to support emergency management agencies in South Dakota.   Pipeline representatives presented the checks on Wednesday in separate appearances in Ipswich, for the counties […]

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DAPL demonstrates who really cares about North Dakota

Minot Daily News, October 19, 2017   The spectacle of Dakota Access pipeline (DAPL) protesters attacking their own protectors, attacking North Dakota civilians, damaging property and killing ranchers’ animals offered a stark contrast to how the rioters were portrayed in national media: as some kind of 1960s activists challenging “the man” on behalf of the […]

Pipeline builder donates $20,000 each to 18 Iowa first responder units

be Schoentjes First 2dehands Meisje Koop Steps Clarks Te Radio Iowa, October 19, 2017   The company that built the Dakota Access oil pipeline that runs diagonally across Iowa, from the northwest to the southeast, is making donations to emergency responders in every county the pipeline crosses in Iowa and three other states.   Mike Futch, vice president of Energy Transfer Partners, explains the […]

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