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Energy Transfer Partners cannot resume work on Rover Pipeline

On Thursday, May 25, Energy Transfer Partners (ETP), the builder of the Dakota Access Pipeline was told by federal regulators they cannot resume construction on its other major project, the Rover Pipeline going through Ohio, at least not yet.

Rover pipeline spills at 18 - And its still under construction

Energy Transfer Partners (ETP) has been fined $430,000 by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA) for environment pollution violations. They are also under fire from federal and state regulators for an additional seven of 18 other violations.

Oil not flowing yet, but Dakota Access Pipeline already leaking

It was only a matter of time before Energy Transfer Partners' Dakota Access Pipeline had an oil spill or leak, and sure enough, it has happened. Funny thing about it, though - It happened last month and we're just now hearing about it.

Rover Pipeline company flagged after two spills Into wetlands

After getting federal approval in February this year to start construction of a pipeline through Ohio, Energy transfer Partners has been cited with two violations by the Ohio EPA for spilling over two million gallons of drilling fluids into Ohio wetlands.

Oil to start flowing through Dakota Access pipeline soon

According to papers filed in U.S. District Court on Tuesday, the Dakota Access Pipeline should begin operations within two weeks, now that drilling under Lake Oahe has been completed.

Veteran's group raises over $200,000 to support pipeline protest

Cannon Ball - Veteran's Stand, a military veteran's organization has collected $213,500 to send supplies to the Standing Rock Native American reservation in North Dakota as part of a renewed campaign against the Dakota Access oil pipeline.

Federal regulators approve four gas projects ahead of cutoff

Late on Thursday, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) gave its approval to the $4 billion Rover natural gas pipeline, the $3 billion Atlantic Sunrise pipeline and two smaller pipelines before the agency lost its ability to act.

Dakota Access fight moves to Louisiana's Bayou Bridge pipeline

Baton Rouge - The Dakota Access Pipeline fight is not over, but it has expanded to include another pipeline being constructed by Texas-based Energy Transfer Partners. This time, the oil company is seeking approval for the Bayou Bridge Pipeline extension in Louisiana.

Company wants any further study on Dakota Pipeline put on hold

On Monday, Energy Transfer Partners (ETP) filed a motion to bar the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers from doing a full environmental study for the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline that will run under Lake Oahe in North Dakota.

Trump investments raise question of conflict of interest in DAPL

It has been confirmed that Donald Trump does have investments in Energy Transfer Partners (ETP) and Phillips 66, which has a one-quarter share of the Dakota Access project. This is in addition to ownership stakes he holds in over 500 companies worldwide.

Company says DAPL will be completed, despite the protests

The company at the middle of the Dakota Access Pipeline protests plans on completing the project despite continuing protests, its chief executive officer told PBS NewsHour Wednesday night.

Dakota Access Pipeline protests grow as companies look to courts

The companies behind the Dakota Access pipeline filed papers on Monday night in U.S. District Court, asking the court to intervene in the fight over the pipeline's completion.
 

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More problems for the Rover natural gas pipeline in Ohio.
More problems for the Rover natural gas pipeline in Ohio.
Reuben G. Brewer
The battle against the DAPL will continue if the easement approval goes through  say water protecter...
The battle against the DAPL will continue if the easement approval goes through, say water protecters.
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