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  • Company: Dakota Access expansion doesn’t increase risk

    LINTON, N.D. - Dakota Access pipeline officials argued Wednesday that the company’s proposal to double the line’s capacity does not increase the potential of a failure, a claim that has been long dismissed by opponents of the idea.
  • TransCanada says spill clean up underway in South Dakota as pipeline vote looms

    CALGARY - TransCanada Corp. said Friday that work is well underway to clean up a sizable oil leak at its Keystone pipeline in South Dakota that occurred days before a vote on the fate of the company's flagship pipeline proposal.
  • Judge denies request to halt Dakota Access pipeline work

    WASHINGTON - A federal judge on Monday refused to stop construction on the last stretch of the Dakota Access pipeline, which is progressing much faster than expected and could be operational in as little as 30 days.
  • Police evict oil pipeline protesters from private land

    CANNON BALL, N.D. - Law enforcement officers dressed in riot gear and firing bean bags and pepper spray evicted protesters Thursday from private land in the path of the Dakota Access oil pipeline, dramatically escalating a monthslong dispute over Native American rights and the project's environmental impact.
  • Dakota Access pipeline work resumes near site of protest

    ST. ANTHONY, N.D. - Construction on the four-state Dakota Access pipeline resumed Tuesday on private land in North Dakota that's near a camp where thousands of protesters supporting tribal rights have gathered for months.
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  • Judge grants partial stop on North Dakota pipeline work

    WASHINGTON - An American Indian tribe succeeded Tuesday in getting a federal judge to temporarily stop construction on some, but not all, of a $3.8 billion four-state oil pipeline, but its broader request still hangs in the balance.
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