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Explore redactedtonightofficial's Instagram Terrorism: the unlawful use of violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, in pursuit of political aims.
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Which group is being compared to terrorists? The private police forces brutalizing peaceful protestors with tear gas, rubber bullets, attack dogs and water cannons in 26 degrees Fahrenheit? No.
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The DAPL is owned by Energy Transfer Partners, which is owned by Sunoco Logistics, who spills crude oil more often than any of its competitors according to Reuters. Unsurprisingly, they've already sprung two leaks on the DAPL in 2017. Are they, contaminating the Missouri River and sacred sovereign tribal lands, being considered terrorists?
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Nope. It's the water protectors.
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Link to full article by The Intercept in bio.
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Terrorism: the unlawful use of violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, in pursuit of political aims. . . . Which group is being compared to terrorists? The private police forces brutalizing peaceful protestors with tear gas, rubber bullets, attack dogs and water cannons in 26 degrees Fahrenheit? No. . . . The DAPL is owned by Energy Transfer Partners, which is owned by Sunoco Logistics, who spills crude oil more often than any of its competitors according to Reuters. Unsurprisingly, they've already sprung two leaks on the DAPL in 2017. Are they, contaminating the Missouri River and sacred sovereign tribal lands, being considered terrorists? . . . Nope. It's the water protectors. . Link to full article by The Intercept in bio. . #nodapl #northdakota #ecoterrorism #environmentaljustice #tigerswan #environmentalracism #theintercept #dakotaaccesspipeline #missouririver #energytransferpartners #standingrock #waterislife #indigenousrights #nativelivesmatter #militarization #terrorism #privatization #policestate #invertedtotalitarianism #redactivist

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Explore justkatrinka's Instagram #ohhellno  is this #burnsandmcdonnell or #energytransferpartners ?? 🤦

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How many temp badges are you planning to hire? As a city we deserve to know how many bright, economically desperate new hires will work without benefits and be let go after without the eligibility of unemployment? Ya know... Since that's our money. 1522578152391785898_181609097

#ohhellno is this #burnsandmcdonnellor #energytransferpartners ?? 🤦 Open question for Burns & Mac: How many temp badges are you planning to hire? As a city we deserve to know how many bright, economically desperate new hires will work without benefits and be let go after without the eligibility of unemployment? Ya know... Since that's our money.

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Explore erzulieloo's Instagram @Regrann from @misscbill -  Dakota Access Pipeline 🛢⚠ 3 unreported pipeline leaks have already happened with DAPL. They happened in March & April ☠ *2 in N.D. *1 in S.D. Full pipeline operation set to begin June 1st. It is a harsh reality to think of what will happen once this pipeline is fully in operation, flowing bakken crude oil. 1,172 miles long, flowing through 4 major states. Missouri River is a major water source for millions of people, wildlife, farms. 815 Water Protectors were arrested protecting the water from DAPL. Water is Life 🌍🌎🌏💙💦#nodapl #nokxl #waterislife #dapl #pipeline #energytransferpartners #resist #standingrock #northdakota #mortoncounty #dakotaaccesspipeline #water #oil #profit #greed #dumptrump #nopipeline #oilleak #oilspill - #regrann 1521398617645215308_144784168

@Regrann from @misscbill - Dakota Access Pipeline 🛢⚠ 3 unreported pipeline leaks have already happened with DAPL. They happened in March & April ☠ *2 in N.D. *1 in S.D. Full pipeline operation set to begin June 1st. It is a harsh reality to think of what will happen once this pipeline is fully in operation, flowing bakken crude oil. 1,172 miles long, flowing through 4 major states. Missouri River is a major water source for millions of people, wildlife, farms. 815 Water Protectors were arrested protecting the water from DAPL. Water is Life 🌍🌎🌏💙💦 #nodapl #nokxl #waterislife #dapl #pipeline #energytransferpartners #resist #standingrock #northdakota #mortoncounty #dakotaaccesspipeline #water #oil #profit #greed #dumptrump #nopipeline #oilleak #oilspill- #regrann

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Explore misscbill's Instagram Dakota Access Pipeline 🛢⚠ 3 unreported pipeline leaks have already happened with DAPL. They happened in March & April ☠ *2 in N.D. *1 in S.D. Full pipeline operation set to begin June 1st. It is a harsh reality to think of what will happen once this pipeline is fully in operation, flowing bakken crude oil. 1,172 miles long, flowing through 4 major states. Missouri River is a major water source for millions of people, wildlife, farms. 815 Water Protectors were arrested protecting the water from DAPL. Water is Life 🌍🌎🌏💙💦#nodapl #nokxl #waterislife #dapl #pipeline #energytransferpartners #resist #standingrock #northdakota #mortoncounty #dakotaaccesspipeline #water #oil #profit #greed #dumptrump #nopipeline #oilleak #oilspill 1520849732611555712_351835904

Dakota Access Pipeline 🛢⚠ 3 unreported pipeline leaks have already happened with DAPL. They happened in March & April ☠ *2 in N.D. *1 in S.D. Full pipeline operation set to begin June 1st. It is a harsh reality to think of what will happen once this pipeline is fully in operation, flowing bakken crude oil. 1,172 miles long, flowing through 4 major states. Missouri River is a major water source for millions of people, wildlife, farms. 815 Water Protectors were arrested protecting the water from DAPL. Water is Life 🌍🌎🌏💙💦 #nodapl #nokxl #waterislife #dapl #pipeline #energytransferpartners #resist #standingrock #northdakota #mortoncounty #dakotaaccesspipeline #water #oil #profit #greed #dumptrump #nopipeline #oilleak #oilspill

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@Regrann from @freedom_faction-"The #DakotaAccesspipeline (#DAPL)- a mammoth project of $3.8 billion dollars has sprung a leak even before being fully operational. While the clean up effort was swift and posed no threat to neighbouring waterways, the incident highlights what indigenous peoples, #waterprotectors and #climateactivists have spent months fighting the government and militarized police against. The fear is, if while not even at its peak of operational capabilities leaks can happen- what will occur when the pipeline is fully operational?

As reported by ICMN:
Early April saw an 84-gallon leak inside a rural pump station, immediately contained by a plastic liner and containment walls, according to the Associated Press. It was cleaned up very quickly and did not damage any waterways, the #NorthDakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources told AP. #EnergyTransferPartners spokesperson Vicki Granado told AP in a statement that the oil “stayed in the containment area as designed.” The #StandingRockSioux Tribe, whose opposition to the route a half-mile from its reservation sparked months of live-in protests at water protector camps, said the incident proved that the project needs more environmental scrutiny. “The #DakotaAccess pipeline has not yet started shipping the proposed half million barrels of oil per day, and we are already seeing confirmed reports of oil spills from the pipeline,” said Standing Rock Sioux Chairman David Archambault II in a statement. “This is what we have said all along: Oil pipelines leak and spill. Our lawsuit challenging this dangerous project is ongoing, and it’s more important than ever for the court to step in and halt additional accidents before they happen—not just for the #StandingRock Sioux Tribe and our resources but also for the 17 million people whose drinking water is at risk.” The leak, equivalent to two barrels of oil, occurred 100 miles east of the Lake Oahe reservoir section of the #MissouriRiver, which is the tribe’s water supply. Granado told Reuters that the spill occurred in a designated containment area on April 4 while the pipeline..." 1519768384677197534_354412902

#NoDAPL #WaterIsLife #FUCKTheSystem @Conscious_god #Conscious_god @Regrann from @freedom_faction-"The #dakotaaccesspipeline( #DAPL)- a mammoth project of $3.8 billion dollars has sprung a leak even before being fully operational. While the clean up effort was swift and posed no threat to neighbouring waterways, the incident highlights what indigenous peoples, #waterprotectorsand #climateactivistshave spent months fighting the government and militarized police against. The fear is, if while not even at its peak of operational capabilities leaks can happen- what will occur when the pipeline is fully operational? As reported by ICMN: Early April saw an 84-gallon leak inside a rural pump station, immediately contained by a plastic liner and containment walls, according to the Associated Press. It was cleaned up very quickly and did not damage any waterways, the #northdakotaDepartment of Environment and Natural Resources told AP. #EnergyTransferPartners spokesperson Vicki Granado told AP in a statement that the oil “stayed in the containment area as designed.” The #standingrocksiouxTribe, whose opposition to the route a half-mile from its reservation sparked months of live-in protests at water protector camps, said the incident proved that the project needs more environmental scrutiny. “The #dakotaaccesspipeline has not yet started shipping the proposed half million barrels of oil per day, and we are already seeing confirmed reports of oil spills from the pipeline,” said Standing Rock Sioux Chairman David Archambault II in a statement. “This is what we have said all along: Oil pipelines leak and spill. Our lawsuit challenging this dangerous project is ongoing, and it’s more important than ever for the court to step in and halt additional accidents before they happen—not just for the #standingrockSioux Tribe and our resources but also for the 17 million people whose drinking water is at risk.” The leak, equivalent to two barrels of oil, occurred 100 miles east of the Lake Oahe reservoir section of the #MissouriRiver, which is the tribe’s water supply. Granado told Reuters that the spill occurred in a designated containment area on April 4 while the pipeline..."

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Explore freedom_faction's Instagram The #DakotaAccesspipeline (#DAPL)- a mammoth project of $3.8 billion dollars has sprung a leak even before being fully operational. While the clean up effort was swift and posed no threat to neighbouring waterways, the incident highlights what indigenous peoples, #waterprotectors and #climateactivists have spent months fighting the government and militarized police against. The fear is, if while not even at its peak of operational capabilities leaks can happen- what will occur when the pipeline is fully operational?

As reported by ICMN:
Early April saw an 84-gallon leak inside a rural pump station, immediately contained by a plastic liner and containment walls, according to the Associated Press. It was cleaned up very quickly and did not damage any waterways, the North Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources told AP. #EnergyTransferPartners spokesperson Vicki Granado told AP in a statement that the oil “stayed in the containment area as designed.” The #StandingRockSioux Tribe, whose opposition to the route a half-mile from its reservation sparked months of live-in protests at water protector camps, said the incident proved that the project needs more environmental scrutiny. “The Dakota Access pipeline has not yet started shipping the proposed half million barrels of oil per day, and we are already seeing confirmed reports of oil spills from the pipeline,” said Standing Rock Sioux Chairman David Archambault II in a statement. “This is what we have said all along: Oil pipelines leak and spill. Our lawsuit challenging this dangerous project is ongoing, and it’s more important than ever for the court to step in and halt additional accidents before they happen—not just for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and our resources but also for the 17 million people whose drinking water is at risk.” The leak, equivalent to two barrels of oil, occurred 100 miles east of the Lake Oahe reservoir section of the Missouri River, which is the tribe’s water supply. Granado told Reuters that the spill occurred in a designated containment area on April 4 while the pipeline was being readied for operation. 🖐🏾More in comments👇🏾#NoDAPL 1518340923934086412_24860826

The #dakotaaccesspipeline( #DAPL)- a mammoth project of $3.8 billion dollars has sprung a leak even before being fully operational. While the clean up effort was swift and posed no threat to neighbouring waterways, the incident highlights what indigenous peoples, #waterprotectorsand #climateactivistshave spent months fighting the government and militarized police against. The fear is, if while not even at its peak of operational capabilities leaks can happen- what will occur when the pipeline is fully operational? As reported by ICMN: Early April saw an 84-gallon leak inside a rural pump station, immediately contained by a plastic liner and containment walls, according to the Associated Press. It was cleaned up very quickly and did not damage any waterways, the North Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources told AP. #EnergyTransferPartners spokesperson Vicki Granado told AP in a statement that the oil “stayed in the containment area as designed.” The #standingrocksiouxTribe, whose opposition to the route a half-mile from its reservation sparked months of live-in protests at water protector camps, said the incident proved that the project needs more environmental scrutiny. “The Dakota Access pipeline has not yet started shipping the proposed half million barrels of oil per day, and we are already seeing confirmed reports of oil spills from the pipeline,” said Standing Rock Sioux Chairman David Archambault II in a statement. “This is what we have said all along: Oil pipelines leak and spill. Our lawsuit challenging this dangerous project is ongoing, and it’s more important than ever for the court to step in and halt additional accidents before they happen—not just for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and our resources but also for the 17 million people whose drinking water is at risk.” The leak, equivalent to two barrels of oil, occurred 100 miles east of the Lake Oahe reservoir section of the Missouri River, which is the tribe’s water supply. Granado told Reuters that the spill occurred in a designated containment area on April 4 while the pipeline was being readied for operation. 🖐🏾More in comments👇🏾 #nodapl

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Explore freedom_faction's Instagram With the global divestment movement expanding exponentially comes a new victory: U.S. Bank, one of the largest in the #UnitedStates, announced last month that it will be excluding gas and oil pipelines from their project financing, making it the first major U.S. bank to take a step toward such a #climatechange policy.

While U.S. Bank renewed its commitments with #EnergyTransferPartners, the company behind the #DakotaAccesspipeline, and with #EnbridgeEnergy, whose pipelines operate in #Minnesota, as recently as March of this year, activists still hope the bank’s newly released policy will halt these relationships. “U.S. Bank’s new policy is an important step in protecting the environment and moving towards a fossil-free future,” Wichahpi Otto, a volunteer with the climate justice group MN350, said in a statement. “We applaud them for responding to the community and contributing to worldwide efforts to address climate change.” Just this past week, thousands of people held over 260 events in over 45 countries on six continents, during the Global Divestment Mobilization, GDM from May 5 to 13. The aim of the mass mobilization was to pressure institutions to break financial ties with fossil fuel companies.

Ahead of the #G7Summit in #Sicily, #Italy, as well as the #Bonn climate talks in Bonn, #Germany, activist groups are setting the groundwork for future divestments. 🖐🏾More in comments👇🏾#NoDAPL #DivestDAPL #HitThemInThePockets #Agenda21 #Agenda2030 #SustainableDevelopment 1516049628246835563_24860826

With the global divestment movement expanding exponentially comes a new victory: U.S. Bank, one of the largest in the #UnitedStates, announced last month that it will be excluding gas and oil pipelines from their project financing, making it the first major U.S. bank to take a step toward such a #climatechangepolicy. While U.S. Bank renewed its commitments with #EnergyTransferPartners, the company behind the #DakotaAccesspipeline, and with #EnbridgeEnergy, whose pipelines operate in #Minnesota, as recently as March of this year, activists still hope the bank’s newly released policy will halt these relationships. “U.S. Bank’s new policy is an important step in protecting the environment and moving towards a fossil-free future,” Wichahpi Otto, a volunteer with the climate justice group MN350, said in a statement. “We applaud them for responding to the community and contributing to worldwide efforts to address climate change.” Just this past week, thousands of people held over 260 events in over 45 countries on six continents, during the Global Divestment Mobilization, GDM from May 5 to 13. The aim of the mass mobilization was to pressure institutions to break financial ties with fossil fuel companies. Ahead of the #g7summitin #Sicily, #Italy, as well as the #bonnclimate talks in Bonn, #Germany, activist groups are setting the groundwork for future divestments. 🖐🏾More in comments👇🏾 #nodapl #divestdapl #hittheminthepockets #agenda21 #agenda2030 #sustainabledevelopment

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Explore jsceleste's Instagram Just saying 😤 #Repost @freedom_faction
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The #DakotaAccessPipeline (#DAPL) has already sprung a leak in #SouthDakota, according to the state’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources. The pipeline spilled 84 gallons of oil even though it is not yet operational.

CBS local reports: “The April 4 spill was relatively small and was quickly cleaned up, and it didn’t threaten any waterways. The state’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources posted a report in its website’s searchable database.” State officials simply posted the report about the spill on their website without bothering to alert the public about it.

The South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) says it will not fine #EnergyTransferPartners — the #Texas company behind the pipeline — because the spill was small and not out of the ordinary. “Size-wise, an 84-gallon release is pretty small relative to a lot of other things we work on,” DENR spokesman Welsh said.

In a statement in response to news of the spill, #NativeAmerican spokesman Dallas Goldtooth said the following: “This spill serves as a reminder that it is not a matter of if a pipeline spills, it’s a matter of when a pipeline spills. The fact that this occurred before Dakota Access even becomes operational is all the more concerning. We fear more spills will come to bear, which is an all too frequent situation with Energy Transfer Partners pipeline projects. As such, eyes of the world are watching and will keep Dakota Access and Energy Transfer Partners accountable.” #NoDAPL #WaterIsLife #MniWiconi #gobacktosleep 1513964461630512100_14976430

Just saying 😤 #repost@freedom_faction ・・・ The #dakotaaccesspipeline( #DAPL) has already sprung a leak in #SouthDakota, according to the state’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources. The pipeline spilled 84 gallons of oil even though it is not yet operational. CBS local reports: “The April 4 spill was relatively small and was quickly cleaned up, and it didn’t threaten any waterways. The state’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources posted a report in its website’s searchable database.” State officials simply posted the report about the spill on their website without bothering to alert the public about it. The South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) says it will not fine #EnergyTransferPartners — the #texascompany behind the pipeline — because the spill was small and not out of the ordinary. “Size-wise, an 84-gallon release is pretty small relative to a lot of other things we work on,” DENR spokesman Welsh said. In a statement in response to news of the spill, #nativeamericanspokesman Dallas Goldtooth said the following: “This spill serves as a reminder that it is not a matter of if a pipeline spills, it’s a matter of when a pipeline spills. The fact that this occurred before Dakota Access even becomes operational is all the more concerning. We fear more spills will come to bear, which is an all too frequent situation with Energy Transfer Partners pipeline projects. As such, eyes of the world are watching and will keep Dakota Access and Energy Transfer Partners accountable.” #nodapl #waterislife #mniwiconi #gobacktosleep

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Explore lanie_1984's Instagram We knew this would happen. 😯😕😬@Regrann from @longlivemaat -  #Repost @freedom_faction
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The #DakotaAccessPipeline (#DAPL) has already sprung a leak in #SouthDakota, according to the state’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources. The pipeline spilled 84 gallons of oil even though it is not yet operational.

CBS local reports: “The April 4 spill was relatively small and was quickly cleaned up, and it didn’t threaten any waterways. The state’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources posted a report in its website’s searchable database.” State officials simply posted the report about the spill on their website without bothering to alert the public about it.

The South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) says it will not fine #EnergyTransferPartners — the #Texas company behind the pipeline — because the spill was small and not out of the ordinary. “Size-wise, an 84-gallon release is pretty small relative to a lot of other things we work on,” DENR spokesman Welsh said.

In a statement in response to news of the spill, #NativeAmerican spokesman Dallas Goldtooth said the following: “This spill serves as a reminder that it is not a matter of if a pipeline spills, it’s a matter of when a pipeline spills. The fact that this occurred before Dakota Access even becomes operational is all the more concerning. We fear more spills will come to bear, which is an all too frequent situation with Energy Transfer Partners pipeline projects. As such, eyes of the world are watching and will keep Dakota Access and Energy Transfer Partners accountable.” #NoDAPL #WaterIsLife #MniWiconi - #regrann 1513004845023174108_4492922009

We knew this would happen. [email protected] from @longlivemaat - #repost@freedom_faction ・・・ The #dakotaaccesspipeline( #DAPL) has already sprung a leak in #SouthDakota, according to the state’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources. The pipeline spilled 84 gallons of oil even though it is not yet operational. CBS local reports: “The April 4 spill was relatively small and was quickly cleaned up, and it didn’t threaten any waterways. The state’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources posted a report in its website’s searchable database.” State officials simply posted the report about the spill on their website without bothering to alert the public about it. The South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) says it will not fine #EnergyTransferPartners — the #texascompany behind the pipeline — because the spill was small and not out of the ordinary. “Size-wise, an 84-gallon release is pretty small relative to a lot of other things we work on,” DENR spokesman Welsh said. In a statement in response to news of the spill, #nativeamericanspokesman Dallas Goldtooth said the following: “This spill serves as a reminder that it is not a matter of if a pipeline spills, it’s a matter of when a pipeline spills. The fact that this occurred before Dakota Access even becomes operational is all the more concerning. We fear more spills will come to bear, which is an all too frequent situation with Energy Transfer Partners pipeline projects. As such, eyes of the world are watching and will keep Dakota Access and Energy Transfer Partners accountable.” #nodapl #waterislife #mniwiconi- #regrann

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Explore play_247's Instagram The #DakotaAccessPipeline (#DAPL) has already sprung a leak in #SouthDakota, according to the state’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources. The pipeline spilled 84 gallons of oil even though it is not yet operational.

CBS local reports: “The April 4 spill was relatively small and was quickly cleaned up, and it didn’t threaten any waterways. The state’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources posted a report in its website’s searchable database.” State officials simply posted the report about the spill on their website without bothering to alert the public about it.

The South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) says it will not fine #EnergyTransferPartners — the #Texas company behind the pipeline — because the spill was small and not out of the ordinary. “Size-wise, an 84-gallon release is pretty small relative to a lot of other things we work on,” DENR spokesman Welsh said.

In a statement in response to news of the spill, #NativeAmerican spokesman Dallas Goldtooth said the following: “This spill serves as a reminder that it is not a matter of if a pipeline spills, it’s a matter of when a pipeline spills. The fact that this occurred before Dakota Access even becomes operational is all the more concerning. We fear more spills will come to bear, which is an all too frequent situation with Energy Transfer Partners pipeline projects. As such, eyes of the world are watching and will keep Dakota Access and Energy Transfer Partners accountable.” #NoDAPL #WaterIsLife #MniWiconi
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The #dakotaaccesspipeline( #DAPL) has already sprung a leak in #SouthDakota, according to the state’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources. The pipeline spilled 84 gallons of oil even though it is not yet operational. CBS local reports: “The April 4 spill was relatively small and was quickly cleaned up, and it didn’t threaten any waterways. The state’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources posted a report in its website’s searchable database.” State officials simply posted the report about the spill on their website without bothering to alert the public about it. The South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) says it will not fine #EnergyTransferPartners — the #texascompany behind the pipeline — because the spill was small and not out of the ordinary. “Size-wise, an 84-gallon release is pretty small relative to a lot of other things we work on,” DENR spokesman Welsh said. In a statement in response to news of the spill, #nativeamericanspokesman Dallas Goldtooth said the following: “This spill serves as a reminder that it is not a matter of if a pipeline spills, it’s a matter of when a pipeline spills. The fact that this occurred before Dakota Access even becomes operational is all the more concerning. We fear more spills will come to bear, which is an all too frequent situation with Energy Transfer Partners pipeline projects. As such, eyes of the world are watching and will keep Dakota Access and Energy Transfer Partners accountable.” #nodapl #waterislife #MniWiconi #repost@freedom_faction . . #tbt #throwbackthursday #feathers #headdress #headpiece#instagood #instadaily

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Explore jimmybetts's Instagram Is it not yet clear that we need to
#StopETP?  #NoDAPL #NoRover #ResistMarinerEast #NoBayouBridge #NoTransPecos #ResistSunocoPA

The shebeen's rules about pipelines are simple and basic: pipelines always leak, and the companies who own them generally pretend to ignore Rule No. 1. Take, for example, #EnergyTransferPartners, the folks behind the controversial Dakota Access pipeline that raised so much hell on the prairie for several months. The DA pipeline isn't even finished yet, and it's already getting a jump start on being an environmental disaster. 
Sounds like a major event to [us]. Of course, Energy Transfer Partners may have been distracted because they were also busy cutting a big check in Ohio for another not-necessarily-major event. 
http://www.esquire.com/news-politics/politics/news/a55027/dakota-access-pipeline-leak/

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Is it not yet clear that we need to #StopETP? #nodapl #norover #resistmarinereast #nobayoubridge #notranspecos #ResistSunocoPA The shebeen's rules about pipelines are simple and basic: pipelines always leak, and the companies who own them generally pretend to ignore Rule No. 1. Take, for example, #EnergyTransferPartners, the folks behind the controversial Dakota Access pipeline that raised so much hell on the prairie for several months. The DA pipeline isn't even finished yet, and it's already getting a jump start on being an environmental disaster. Sounds like a major event to [us]. Of course, Energy Transfer Partners may have been distracted because they were also busy cutting a big check in Ohio for another not-necessarily-major event. http://www.esquire.com/news-politics/politics/news/a55027/dakota-access-pipeline-leak/ #LeauEstLaVieCamp #CampLeauEstLaVie #campwhitepine #tworiverscamp #nonewpermits #rubberstamprebellion #resistferc

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The #DakotaAccesspipeline has suffered its first leak, outraging indigenous groups who have long warned that the project poses a threat to the #environment.

The $3.8bn oil #pipeline, which sparked international protests last year and is not yet fully operational, spilled 84 gallons of crude oil at a #SouthDakota pump station, according to government regulators.

Although state officials said the 6 April leak was contained and quickly cleaned, critics of the project said the spill, which occurred as the pipeline is in the final stages of preparing to transport oil, raises fresh concerns about the potential #hazards to #waterways and Native American sites.“They keep telling everybody that it is state of the art, that leaks won’t happen, that nothing can go wrong,” said Jan Hasselman, a lawyer for the #StandingRock Sioux tribe, which has been fighting the project for years. “It’s always been false. They haven’t even turned the thing on and it’s shown to be false.” The pipeline, scheduled to transport oil from North Dakota to Illinois, inspired massive demonstrations in 2016 and was dealt a major blow when the Obama administration denied a key permit for the project toward the end of his presidency. But shortly after Donald Trump’s inauguration, the new administration ordered the revival of the pipelineand worked to expedite the final stage of construction.

The Standing Rock tribe, which has fought the pipeline corporation #EnergyTransferPartners and the US government in court, has argued that the project requires a full environmental study to assess the risks of the pipeline. But under #Trump, who has close financial ties to the #oilcompany, the project recently completed construction by the Standing Rock tribe’s reservation in North Dakota and has been loading oil in preparation for a full launch
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・・・ The #dakotaaccesspipelinehas suffered its first leak, outraging indigenous groups who have long warned that the project poses a threat to the #environment. The $3.8bn oil #pipeline, which sparked international protests last year and is not yet fully operational, spilled 84 gallons of crude oil at a #southdakotapump station, according to government regulators. Although state officials said the 6 April leak was contained and quickly cleaned, critics of the project said the spill, which occurred as the pipeline is in the final stages of preparing to transport oil, raises fresh concerns about the potential #hazardsto #waterwaysand Native American sites.“They keep telling everybody that it is state of the art, that leaks won’t happen, that nothing can go wrong,” said Jan Hasselman, a lawyer for the #standingrockSioux tribe, which has been fighting the project for years. “It’s always been false. They haven’t even turned the thing on and it’s shown to be false.” The pipeline, scheduled to transport oil from North Dakota to Illinois, inspired massive demonstrations in 2016 and was dealt a major blow when the Obama administration denied a key permit for the project toward the end of his presidency. But shortly after Donald Trump’s inauguration, the new administration ordered the revival of the pipelineand worked to expedite the final stage of construction. The Standing Rock tribe, which has fought the pipeline corporation #EnergyTransferPartners and the US government in court, has argued that the project requires a full environmental study to assess the risks of the pipeline. But under #Trump, who has close financial ties to the #oilcompany, the project recently completed construction by the Standing Rock tribe’s reservation in North Dakota and has been loading oil in preparation for a full launch #nodapl#sageagainstthemachine#nodapl#rise#defendthesacred#resistance#fightthepower#riseup#war#warmachine#water#earth#peace#instacapture#igtoday#nomad#traveler #standingrock #mniwiconi #repost@mniwiconi with @repostapp @myaz_nuggetz

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Explore shamanic_queen173's Instagram #waterislife @Regrann from @jlove420xo -  #Repost @nathan11.11 The #DakotaAccesspipeline has suffered its first leak, outraging indigenous groups who have long warned that the project poses a threat to the #environment.

The $3.8bn oil #pipeline, which sparked international protests last year and is not yet fully operational, spilled 84 gallons of crude oil at a #SouthDakota pump station, according to government regulators.

Although state officials said the 6 April leak was contained and quickly cleaned, critics of the project said the spill, which occurred as the pipeline is in the final stages of preparing to transport oil, raises fresh concerns about the potential #hazards to #waterways and Native American sites.“They keep telling everybody that it is state of the art, that leaks won’t happen, that nothing can go wrong,” said Jan Hasselman, a lawyer for the #StandingRock Sioux tribe, which has been fighting the project for years. “It’s always been false. They haven’t even turned the thing on and it’s shown to be false.” The pipeline, scheduled to transport oil from North Dakota to Illinois, inspired massive demonstrations in 2016 and was dealt a major blow when the Obama administration denied a key permit for the project toward the end of his presidency. But shortly after Donald Trump’s inauguration, the new administration ordered the revival of the pipelineand worked to expedite the final stage of construction.

The Standing Rock tribe, which has fought the pipeline corporation #EnergyTransferPartners and the US government in court, has argued that the project requires a full environmental study to assess the risks of the pipeline. But under #Trump, who has close financial ties to the #oilcompany, the project recently completed construction by the Standing Rock tribe’s reservation in North Dakota and has been loading oil in preparation for a full launch.
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#waterislife@Regrann from @jlove420xo - #repost@nathan11.11 The #dakotaaccesspipelinehas suffered its first leak, outraging indigenous groups who have long warned that the project poses a threat to the #environment. The $3.8bn oil #pipeline, which sparked international protests last year and is not yet fully operational, spilled 84 gallons of crude oil at a #southdakotapump station, according to government regulators. Although state officials said the 6 April leak was contained and quickly cleaned, critics of the project said the spill, which occurred as the pipeline is in the final stages of preparing to transport oil, raises fresh concerns about the potential #hazardsto #waterwaysand Native American sites.“They keep telling everybody that it is state of the art, that leaks won’t happen, that nothing can go wrong,” said Jan Hasselman, a lawyer for the #standingrockSioux tribe, which has been fighting the project for years. “It’s always been false. They haven’t even turned the thing on and it’s shown to be false.” The pipeline, scheduled to transport oil from North Dakota to Illinois, inspired massive demonstrations in 2016 and was dealt a major blow when the Obama administration denied a key permit for the project toward the end of his presidency. But shortly after Donald Trump’s inauguration, the new administration ordered the revival of the pipelineand worked to expedite the final stage of construction. The Standing Rock tribe, which has fought the pipeline corporation #EnergyTransferPartners and the US government in court, has argued that the project requires a full environmental study to assess the risks of the pipeline. But under #Trump, who has close financial ties to the #oilcompany, the project recently completed construction by the Standing Rock tribe’s reservation in North Dakota and has been loading oil in preparation for a full launch. ♻ from @anonymiss_heather - #regrann

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Explore jlove420xo's Instagram #Repost @nathan11.11 The #DakotaAccesspipeline has suffered its first leak, outraging indigenous groups who have long warned that the project poses a threat to the #environment.

The $3.8bn oil #pipeline, which sparked international protests last year and is not yet fully operational, spilled 84 gallons of crude oil at a #SouthDakota pump station, according to government regulators.

Although state officials said the 6 April leak was contained and quickly cleaned, critics of the project said the spill, which occurred as the pipeline is in the final stages of preparing to transport oil, raises fresh concerns about the potential #hazards to #waterways and Native American sites.“They keep telling everybody that it is state of the art, that leaks won’t happen, that nothing can go wrong,” said Jan Hasselman, a lawyer for the #StandingRock Sioux tribe, which has been fighting the project for years. “It’s always been false. They haven’t even turned the thing on and it’s shown to be false.” The pipeline, scheduled to transport oil from North Dakota to Illinois, inspired massive demonstrations in 2016 and was dealt a major blow when the Obama administration denied a key permit for the project toward the end of his presidency. But shortly after Donald Trump’s inauguration, the new administration ordered the revival of the pipelineand worked to expedite the final stage of construction.

The Standing Rock tribe, which has fought the pipeline corporation #EnergyTransferPartners and the US government in court, has argued that the project requires a full environmental study to assess the risks of the pipeline. But under #Trump, who has close financial ties to the #oilcompany, the project recently completed construction by the Standing Rock tribe’s reservation in North Dakota and has been loading oil in preparation for a full launch.
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#repost@nathan11.11 The #dakotaaccesspipelinehas suffered its first leak, outraging indigenous groups who have long warned that the project poses a threat to the #environment. The $3.8bn oil #pipeline, which sparked international protests last year and is not yet fully operational, spilled 84 gallons of crude oil at a #southdakotapump station, according to government regulators. Although state officials said the 6 April leak was contained and quickly cleaned, critics of the project said the spill, which occurred as the pipeline is in the final stages of preparing to transport oil, raises fresh concerns about the potential #hazardsto #waterwaysand Native American sites.“They keep telling everybody that it is state of the art, that leaks won’t happen, that nothing can go wrong,” said Jan Hasselman, a lawyer for the #standingrockSioux tribe, which has been fighting the project for years. “It’s always been false. They haven’t even turned the thing on and it’s shown to be false.” The pipeline, scheduled to transport oil from North Dakota to Illinois, inspired massive demonstrations in 2016 and was dealt a major blow when the Obama administration denied a key permit for the project toward the end of his presidency. But shortly after Donald Trump’s inauguration, the new administration ordered the revival of the pipelineand worked to expedite the final stage of construction. The Standing Rock tribe, which has fought the pipeline corporation #EnergyTransferPartners and the US government in court, has argued that the project requires a full environmental study to assess the risks of the pipeline. But under #Trump, who has close financial ties to the #oilcompany, the project recently completed construction by the Standing Rock tribe’s reservation in North Dakota and has been loading oil in preparation for a full launch. ♻ from @anonymiss_heather

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Explore enlightened_conspiracy's Instagram from @freedom_faction -  The #DakotaAccessPipeline (#DAPL) has already sprung a leak in #SouthDakota, according to the state’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources. The pipeline spilled 84 gallons of oil even though it is not yet operational.

CBS local reports: “The April 4 spill was relatively small and was quickly cleaned up, and it didn’t threaten any waterways. The state’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources posted a report in its website’s searchable database.” State officials simply posted the report about the spill on their website without bothering to alert the public about it.

The South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) says it will not fine #EnergyTransferPartners — the #Texas company behind the pipeline — because the spill was small and not out of the ordinary. “Size-wise, an 84-gallon release is pretty small relative to a lot of other things we work on,” DENR spokesman Welsh said.

In a statement in response to news of the spill, #NativeAmerican spokesman Dallas Goldtooth said the following: “This spill serves as a reminder that it is not a matter of if a pipeline spills, it’s a matter of when a pipeline spills. The fact that this occurred before Dakota Access even becomes operational is all the more concerning. We fear more spills will come to bear, which is an all too frequent situation with Energy Transfer Partners pipeline projects. As such, eyes of the world are watching and will keep Dakota Access and Energy Transfer Partners accountable.” #NoDAPL #WaterIsLife #MniWiconi 1512441067826545178_3564089567

from @freedom_faction - The #dakotaaccesspipeline( #DAPL) has already sprung a leak in #SouthDakota, according to the state’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources. The pipeline spilled 84 gallons of oil even though it is not yet operational. CBS local reports: “The April 4 spill was relatively small and was quickly cleaned up, and it didn’t threaten any waterways. The state’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources posted a report in its website’s searchable database.” State officials simply posted the report about the spill on their website without bothering to alert the public about it. The South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) says it will not fine #EnergyTransferPartners — the #texascompany behind the pipeline — because the spill was small and not out of the ordinary. “Size-wise, an 84-gallon release is pretty small relative to a lot of other things we work on,” DENR spokesman Welsh said. In a statement in response to news of the spill, #nativeamericanspokesman Dallas Goldtooth said the following: “This spill serves as a reminder that it is not a matter of if a pipeline spills, it’s a matter of when a pipeline spills. The fact that this occurred before Dakota Access even becomes operational is all the more concerning. We fear more spills will come to bear, which is an all too frequent situation with Energy Transfer Partners pipeline projects. As such, eyes of the world are watching and will keep Dakota Access and Energy Transfer Partners accountable.” #nodapl #waterislife #mniwiconi

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The #DakotaAccessPipeline (#DAPL) has already sprung a leak in #SouthDakota, according to the state’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources. The pipeline spilled 84 gallons of oil even though it is not yet operational.

CBS local reports: “The April 4 spill was relatively small and was quickly cleaned up, and it didn’t threaten any waterways. The state’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources posted a report in its website’s searchable database.” State officials simply posted the report about the spill on their website without bothering to alert the public about it.

The South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) says it will not fine #EnergyTransferPartners — the #Texas company behind the pipeline — because the spill was small and not out of the ordinary. “Size-wise, an 84-gallon release is pretty small relative to a lot of other things we work on,” DENR spokesman Welsh said.

In a statement in response to news of the spill, #NativeAmerican spokesman Dallas Goldtooth said the following: “This spill serves as a reminder that it is not a matter of if a pipeline spills, it’s a matter of when a pipeline spills. The fact that this occurred before Dakota Access even becomes operational is all the more concerning. We fear more spills will come to bear, which is an all too frequent situation with Energy Transfer Partners pipeline projects. As such, eyes of the world are watching and will keep Dakota Access and Energy Transfer Partners accountable.” #NoDAPL #WaterIsLife #MniWiconi 1512408055316593641_363965027

#repost@freedom_faction with @repostapp ・・・ The #dakotaaccesspipeline( #DAPL) has already sprung a leak in #SouthDakota, according to the state’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources. The pipeline spilled 84 gallons of oil even though it is not yet operational. CBS local reports: “The April 4 spill was relatively small and was quickly cleaned up, and it didn’t threaten any waterways. The state’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources posted a report in its website’s searchable database.” State officials simply posted the report about the spill on their website without bothering to alert the public about it. The South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) says it will not fine #EnergyTransferPartners — the #texascompany behind the pipeline — because the spill was small and not out of the ordinary. “Size-wise, an 84-gallon release is pretty small relative to a lot of other things we work on,” DENR spokesman Welsh said. In a statement in response to news of the spill, #nativeamericanspokesman Dallas Goldtooth said the following: “This spill serves as a reminder that it is not a matter of if a pipeline spills, it’s a matter of when a pipeline spills. The fact that this occurred before Dakota Access even becomes operational is all the more concerning. We fear more spills will come to bear, which is an all too frequent situation with Energy Transfer Partners pipeline projects. As such, eyes of the world are watching and will keep Dakota Access and Energy Transfer Partners accountable.” #nodapl #waterislife #mniwiconi

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The #DakotaAccessPipeline (#DAPL) has already sprung a leak in #SouthDakota, according to the state’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources. The pipeline spilled 84 gallons of oil even though it is not yet operational.

CBS local reports: “The April 4 spill was relatively small and was quickly cleaned up, and it didn’t threaten any waterways. The state’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources posted a report in its website’s searchable database.” State officials simply posted the report about the spill on their website without bothering to alert the public about it.

The South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) says it will not fine #EnergyTransferPartners — the #Texas company behind the pipeline — because the spill was small and not out of the ordinary. “Size-wise, an 84-gallon release is pretty small relative to a lot of other things we work on,” DENR spokesman Welsh said.

In a statement in response to news of the spill, #NativeAmerican spokesman Dallas Goldtooth said the following: “This spill serves as a reminder that it is not a matter of if a pipeline spills, it’s a matter of when a pipeline spills. The fact that this occurred before Dakota Access even becomes operational is all the more concerning. We fear more spills will come to bear, which is an all too frequent situation with Energy Transfer Partners pipeline projects. As such, eyes of the world are watching and will keep Dakota Access and Energy Transfer Partners accountable.” #NoDAPL #WaterIsLife #MniWiconi 1512377114597317077_215846101

Protect the water! #waterislife #h2o🐸☕ #repost@freedom_faction (@get_repost) ・・・ The #dakotaaccesspipeline( #DAPL) has already sprung a leak in #SouthDakota, according to the state’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources. The pipeline spilled 84 gallons of oil even though it is not yet operational. CBS local reports: “The April 4 spill was relatively small and was quickly cleaned up, and it didn’t threaten any waterways. The state’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources posted a report in its website’s searchable database.” State officials simply posted the report about the spill on their website without bothering to alert the public about it. The South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) says it will not fine #EnergyTransferPartners — the #texascompany behind the pipeline — because the spill was small and not out of the ordinary. “Size-wise, an 84-gallon release is pretty small relative to a lot of other things we work on,” DENR spokesman Welsh said. In a statement in response to news of the spill, #nativeamericanspokesman Dallas Goldtooth said the following: “This spill serves as a reminder that it is not a matter of if a pipeline spills, it’s a matter of when a pipeline spills. The fact that this occurred before Dakota Access even becomes operational is all the more concerning. We fear more spills will come to bear, which is an all too frequent situation with Energy Transfer Partners pipeline projects. As such, eyes of the world are watching and will keep Dakota Access and Energy Transfer Partners accountable.” #nodapl #waterislife #mniwiconi

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Explore crisybarra0728's Instagram @Regrann from @freedom_faction -  The #DakotaAccessPipeline (#DAPL) has already sprung a leak in #SouthDakota, according to the state’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources. The pipeline spilled 84 gallons of oil even though it is not yet operational.

CBS local reports: “The April 4 spill was relatively small and was quickly cleaned up, and it didn’t threaten any waterways. The state’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources posted a report in its website’s searchable database.” State officials simply posted the report about the spill on their website without bothering to alert the public about it.

The South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) says it will not fine #EnergyTransferPartners — the #Texas company behind the pipeline — because the spill was small and not out of the ordinary. “Size-wise, an 84-gallon release is pretty small relative to a lot of other things we work on,” DENR spokesman Welsh said.

In a statement in response to news of the spill, #NativeAmerican spokesman Dallas Goldtooth said the following: “This spill serves as a reminder that it is not a matter of if a pipeline spills, it’s a matter of when a pipeline spills. The fact that this occurred before Dakota Access even becomes operational is all the more concerning. We fear more spills will come to bear, which is an all too frequent situation with Energy Transfer Partners pipeline projects. As such, eyes of the world are watching and will keep Dakota Access and Energy Transfer Partners accountable.” #NoDAPL #WaterIsLife #MniWiconi 1512372783332606809_4114468966

@Regrann from @freedom_faction - The #dakotaaccesspipeline( #DAPL) has already sprung a leak in #SouthDakota, according to the state’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources. The pipeline spilled 84 gallons of oil even though it is not yet operational. CBS local reports: “The April 4 spill was relatively small and was quickly cleaned up, and it didn’t threaten any waterways. The state’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources posted a report in its website’s searchable database.” State officials simply posted the report about the spill on their website without bothering to alert the public about it. The South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) says it will not fine #EnergyTransferPartners — the #texascompany behind the pipeline — because the spill was small and not out of the ordinary. “Size-wise, an 84-gallon release is pretty small relative to a lot of other things we work on,” DENR spokesman Welsh said. In a statement in response to news of the spill, #nativeamericanspokesman Dallas Goldtooth said the following: “This spill serves as a reminder that it is not a matter of if a pipeline spills, it’s a matter of when a pipeline spills. The fact that this occurred before Dakota Access even becomes operational is all the more concerning. We fear more spills will come to bear, which is an all too frequent situation with Energy Transfer Partners pipeline projects. As such, eyes of the world are watching and will keep Dakota Access and Energy Transfer Partners accountable.” #nodapl #waterislife #mniwiconi

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Explore andrew_estep_'s Instagram @Regrann from @nathan11.11 -  The #DakotaAccesspipeline has suffered its first leak, outraging indigenous groups who have long warned that the project poses a threat to the #environment.

The $3.8bn oil #pipeline, which sparked international protests last year and is not yet fully operational, spilled 84 gallons of crude oil at a #SouthDakota pump station, according to government regulators.

Although state officials said the 6 April leak was contained and quickly cleaned, critics of the project said the spill, which occurred as the pipeline is in the final stages of preparing to transport oil, raises fresh concerns about the potential #hazards to #waterways and Native American sites.“They keep telling everybody that it is state of the art, that leaks won’t happen, that nothing can go wrong,” said Jan Hasselman, a lawyer for the #StandingRock Sioux tribe, which has been fighting the project for years. “It’s always been false. They haven’t even turned the thing on and it’s shown to be false.” The pipeline, scheduled to transport oil from North Dakota to Illinois, inspired massive demonstrations in 2016 and was dealt a major blow when the Obama administration denied a key permit for the project toward the end of his presidency. But shortly after Donald Trump’s inauguration, the new administration ordered the revival of the pipelineand worked to expedite the final stage of construction.

The Standing Rock tribe, which has fought the pipeline corporation #EnergyTransferPartners and the US government in court, has argued that the project requires a full environmental study to assess the risks of the pipeline. But under #Trump, who has close financial ties to the #oilcompany, the project recently completed construction by the Standing Rock tribe’s reservation in North Dakota and has been loading oil in preparation for a full launch.
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@Regrann from @nathan11.11 - The #dakotaaccesspipelinehas suffered its first leak, outraging indigenous groups who have long warned that the project poses a threat to the #environment. The $3.8bn oil #pipeline, which sparked international protests last year and is not yet fully operational, spilled 84 gallons of crude oil at a #southdakotapump station, according to government regulators. Although state officials said the 6 April leak was contained and quickly cleaned, critics of the project said the spill, which occurred as the pipeline is in the final stages of preparing to transport oil, raises fresh concerns about the potential #hazardsto #waterwaysand Native American sites.“They keep telling everybody that it is state of the art, that leaks won’t happen, that nothing can go wrong,” said Jan Hasselman, a lawyer for the #standingrockSioux tribe, which has been fighting the project for years. “It’s always been false. They haven’t even turned the thing on and it’s shown to be false.” The pipeline, scheduled to transport oil from North Dakota to Illinois, inspired massive demonstrations in 2016 and was dealt a major blow when the Obama administration denied a key permit for the project toward the end of his presidency. But shortly after Donald Trump’s inauguration, the new administration ordered the revival of the pipelineand worked to expedite the final stage of construction. The Standing Rock tribe, which has fought the pipeline corporation #EnergyTransferPartners and the US government in court, has argued that the project requires a full environmental study to assess the risks of the pipeline. But under #Trump, who has close financial ties to the #oilcompany, the project recently completed construction by the Standing Rock tribe’s reservation in North Dakota and has been loading oil in preparation for a full launch. ♻ from @anonymiss_heather - #regrann

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