- A maze of pipelines cross tribal homelands With his map, Aaron Carapella hopes to raise awareness and educate people of upcoming pipeline projects by Katherine Locke, Associate EditorNavajo-Hopi Observer December 13, 2016
Federal Troops in Portland Use Brutal Tactics Water Protectors Faced at Standing Rock
Eastern Wyo. pipeline project moving forward. Wyoming News Exchange. Apr 6, 2016TORRINGTON (WNE) -– A project to build a second pipeline through Goshen County and the rest of eastern Wyoming is moving forward, according to a report to county commissioners Tuesday by a company representative. Danetta Welsh, government relations manager for pipeline company ONEOK headquartered in Tulsa, Okla., told Goshen County Commissioners about progress on the Elk Creek Pipeline project. The pipeline, when constructed, will parallel portions of the company’s current Bakken Pipeline which transports a product known as natural gas liquids to processing facilities near Hutchison, Kans.
- Work Starts in Montana on Disputed Canada-US Oil PipelineWork on the project has begun despite calls from tribal leaders and environmentalists to delay the $8 billion project amid the coronavirus pandemic. Matthew Brown. Manufacturing.net. Apr 7th, 2020 https://www.manufacturing.net/energy/news/21127116/work-starts-in-montana-on-disputed-canadaus-oil-pipeline?fbclid=IwAR2rx8uBc7QHDpAPsSBsTmdty08MufgrxeCutf3sYudwO4l0WwXCCEWRGOM
- Keystone XL pipeline construction to proceed. BY RACHEL FRAZIN - 03/31/20. TC Energy spokesman Terry Cunha told The Hill in an email that pre-construction activities have been ongoing for several weeks and that the company expects to begin building the pipeline this spring. from the town of Hardisty, in Alberta, Canada, to Steele City, Neb., to begin operating in 2023. Alberta’s government will be investing $1.1 billion in the project. Catherine Collentine, associate director of the Sierra Club’s Beyond Dirty Fuels campaign, said in a statement. “By barreling forward with construction during a global pandemic, TC Energy is putting already vulnerable communities at even greater risk." Cunha said “countless conversations with landowners, customers, Indigenous people and tribes, government officials, unions and our technical partners” factored into the decision to move ahead with the project. A federal judge in December ruled that the Rosebud Sioux and Fort Belknap tribes made credible claims that the line violated their treaty rights, rejecting an attempt by the government to throw out lawsuits against its approval of the project. Nevertheless, the Trump administration approved a right-of-way grant allowing for the pipeline’s construction on federal land in Montana earlier this year. https://thehill.com/policy/energy-environment/490419-controversial-keystone-xl-pipeline-construction-to-proceed?fbclid=IwAR2-EowfIsr4yhvSyHsi_sJsPX2wr-sUU-V6svisZUN8lAdBGcxgy7bIdb0
- TREATIES STILL MATTER The Dakota Access Pipeline The position of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe is that the Dakota Access Pipeline violates Article II of the Fort Laramie Treaty, which guarantees the"undisturbed use and occupation" of reservation lands surrounding the proposed location of the pipeline. In 2015 the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, operating as a sovereign nation , passed a resolution regarding the pipeline stating that "the Dakota Access Pipeline poses a serious risk to the very survival of our Tribe and ... would destroy valuable cultural resources."
- Aaron Carapella's Pipelines Map
- Big Oil Sellout by Law Enforcement
Revealed: FBI and police monitoring Oregon anti-pipeline ...Aug 8, 2019 - Law enforcement groups, including the FBI, have been monitoring ... build the first-ever liquefied natural gas export terminal on the US west coast, ... law enforcement agencies and the fossil fuel industry to ally with one ... no relationship with the Coos county sheriff's office or with the SWOJTF. ... Back to top.The cost of the event, however — totaling $26,250 — was paid by Pembina Pipeline Corp., the Canadian fossil fuel company that owns the Jordan Cove project.
A pipeline runs through Southern news deserts. By Lyndsey Gilpin. Columbia Journalism Review. FEBRUARY 21, 2020. https://www.npr.org/2020/02/21/807417611/supreme-court-pipeline-fight-could-disrupt-how-the-appalachian-trail-is-run?utm_campaign=Hot%20News&utm_source=hs_email&utm_medium=email&utm_content=83771658&_hsenc=p2ANqtz-_7CEZVhkNoVX94c0p_bx4bGUk5j5OoZ7qhd4gO22uAD1hNmfuO7BhpePn-Q_hnmR6YcFJL9Ta3BrdzV5OB0IsDnPEWQg&_hsmi=83771658