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1. US Justice Department Won't Send Officers to Pipeline Protest
December 14, 2016

The federal government won't send 100 federal officers to help police protests against the Dakota Access oil pipeline in North Dakota as requested, drawing a sharp rebuke Wednesday by the county sheriff who wanted the help, as well as the head of the National Sheriffs' Association. Sending border patrol and members of the U.S. Marshals Service Special Operations Group might escalate, not ease, tensions between law enforcement and protesters who've camped on federal land for...... (read more)

2. North Dakota Oil Spill Raises Questions About Safety
December 14, 2016

The discovery of an oil pipeline spill earlier this month in western North Dakota has drawn heightened attention because of the battle over the Dakota Access oil pipeline being built across the state. While the spill was on a different pipeline, the Standing Rock Sioux and its supporters say a spill on the Dakota Access pipeline could threaten the tribe's drinking water, which is drawn from the Missouri River. The developer of the Dakota Access project, Energy Transfer Partners, and...... (read more)

3. For US Veterans, Pipeline Protest Promises to Galvanize Activism
December 08, 2016

U.S. veterans, thousands of whom last week helped stop a contested oil pipeline running through North Dakota, could become important partners of activists on the environment, the economy, race and other issues that divide Americans. Several academics said the effort to support the Standing Rock Sioux tribe and others opposed to the pipeline project was likely the biggest gathering of its kind of former military personnel since the early 1970s when U.S. veterans marched against the Vietnam...... (read more)

4. North Dakota Oil Production Continues Despite Pipeline Halt
December 07, 2016

News reports around the world in recent weeks have focused on protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline, which was to pass under Lake Oahe, a Missouri River reservoir, transporting oil from the western regions of the state through South Dakota and Iowa to a terminal in Illinois. At issue for many protesters are the rights of indigenous people, as well as the protection of water resources. The standoff near Standing Rock also involves a larger issue, however, and that is opposition by...... (read more)

5. N. Dakota Oil Production Continues Despite Pipeline Halt
December 07, 2016

Environmental activists and Native Americans are applauding the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' decision to deny an easement for the Dakota Access Pipeline. But some activists worry that President-elect Donald Trump could reverse the decision after he is inaugurated on January 20. Meanwhile, as VOA’s Greg Flakus reports from Bismarck, North Dakota, the state’s energy industry keeps producing oil and gas to be shipped out on trucks and rail cars.... (read more)

6. N. Dakota Officials Hope to Quell Pipeline Protests With Fines
November 29, 2016

North Dakota officials on Tuesday moved to block supplies from reaching oil pipeline protesters at a camp near the construction site, threatening to use hefty fines to keep demonstrators from receiving food, building materials and even portable bathrooms. Activists have spent months protesting plans to route the $3.8 billion Dakota Access Pipeline beneath a lake near the Standing Rock Sioux reservation, saying the project poses a threat to water resources and sacred Native American...... (read more)

7. North Dakota Governor Orders Pipeline Protesters to Evacuate
November 29, 2016

North Dakota Governor Jack Dalrymple has ordered thousands of Native Americans and environmental activists to evacuate federal property near an oil pipeline project they are trying to stop, Citing hazards caused by a blizzard, Dalrymple order the mandatory "emergency evacuation." The order, issued Monday, comes after the federal government managers of the property, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, set a December 5 deadline for the activists to vacate the campsites they have...... (read more)

8. Standing Rock Tribe: Army Corps to Close Protest Camp
November 25, 2016

The chairman of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe said Friday that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers plans to close the area where people have been camping for months to protest the Dakota Access oil pipeline. Dave Archambault said in a statement that he received a letter from the Corps, dated Friday, which says all lands north of the Cannonball River will be closed Dec. 5. “The letter states that the lands will be closed to public access for safety concerns,” Archambault...... (read more)

9. Dakota Access Oil Pipeline Developer: No Rerouting
November 18, 2016

The head of the company building the Dakota Access oil pipeline said Friday that it won't be rerouted but that he'd like to meet with the head of an American Indian tribe to try to ease the tribe's concerns about the project. Kelcy Warren, the CEO of Dallas-based Energy Transfer Partners, told The Associated Press that the company has no alternative than to stick to its plan for the $3.8 billion pipeline, which would ship oil from North Dakota to Illinois and which is nearly...... (read more)

10. Decision on Dakota Access Pipeline Not Likely Until Early 2017
November 16, 2016

A federal judge most likely won't decide until early next year whether to give the developer of the Dakota Access oil pipeline permission to finish the $3.8 billion project, according to court documents. That leaves open the possibility that a resolution to the matter might still come through federal regulators rather than the courts. But it also creates the potential for many more weeks of protests in southern North Dakota, where opponents have started digging in for the winter, and...... (read more)

11. ‘Largest’ Shale Oil Reserve Discovered in US
November 16, 2016

Oil explorers in the U.S. state of Texas say they’ve discovered the largest deposit of shale oil in a region known as the Permian Basin. The so-called Wolfcamp formation, explorers believe, could hold up to 20 billion barrels of oil, worth up to $900 billion. The find could be three times bigger than the state of North Dakota’s Bakken rock formation, the largest find of unconventional oil ever discovered. “The fact that this is the largest assessment of continuous oil we have ever done...... (read more)

12. Protesters Arrested at North Dakota Pipeline
November 11, 2016

About 40 people involved in protests against the Dakota Access oil pipeline were arrested Friday in rural North Dakota as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said it would soon clarify its plans for the controversial project near sacred tribal lands. Army Corps of Engineers spokeswoman Amy Gaskill said it would issue a decision on its next steps within a few days, though it would perhaps not be a final decision. And it was unclear whether the agency's next action would resolve the...... (read more)

13. Obama: Alternate Pipeline Routes to Be Reviewed in North Dakota
November 02, 2016

U.S. President Barack Obama weighed in Wednesday on the controversy over a planned oil pipeline in North Dakota, saying authorities will review alternative routes. Native Americans and other protesters have tried to block construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, arguing that the route goes through sacred Native American grounds and poses a risk to the local water supply. "We are monitoring this closely. I think as a general rule, my view is that there is a way for us to...... (read more)

14. North Dakota Pipeline Protester Charged With Attempted Murder
October 31, 2016

A demonstrator protesting last week at the construction site of an oil pipeline in North Dakota was charged on Monday with the attempted murder of a law enforcement officer, according to court documents. Red Fawn Fallis, 37, was confronted by two officers on the evening of October 27, according to an affidavit, when she was taking part in a demonstration against the $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline project. The affidavit said law enforcement was working to clear protesters from a...... (read more)

15. Dakota Pipeline Protesters Stay Near Camp After Days of Tensions
October 29, 2016

The majority of protesters trying to block the building of an oil pipeline through Native American land in the U.S. state of North Dakota returned to near their base camp Saturday morning after two days of escalated tensions between them and the police. About a half dozen law enforcement vehicles remained parked near the site Saturday morning. Friday, the day after protests escalated and resulted in over 100 arrests, just over 50 people returned to the site where barricades were set...... (read more)

16. Dakota Pipeline Protest Site Calm After Day of Arrests
October 28, 2016

Protests were relatively calm in the U.S. state of North Dakota Friday, following a day that turned violent between police and demonstrators opposing the construction of an oil pipeline across what police say is private property that has been occupied by Native Americans. Thursday, over 100 police in full riot gear marched through a camp of protesters who then moved about a kilometer away and set up barricades near a river across from tribal land that is considered sacred. As police...... (read more)

17. In North Dakota, Police Begin Arresting Pipeline Protesters
October 27, 2016

Armed soldiers and law enforcement officers dressed in riot gear on Thursday began arresting protesters who had set up a camp on private land to block construction of the Dakota Access oil pipeline. An Associated Press reporter at the scene said that several protesters were led away and put in trucks, including at least one handcuffed, as authorities converged on the camp in North Dakota. Law enforcement officers and soldiers driving trucks, military Humvees and buses began to advance...... (read more)

18. The Real Story: The Dakota Access Pipeline
October 24, 2016

The Dakota Access pipeline is a 1700 kilometer (1100 Mile) pipeline that is intended to transport the 400,000 barrels of oil that are coming from the Bakken and Three Forks oil fields in the U.S. State of North Dakota every day.  Currently most of that oil is transported by train. The oil is a product of hydraulic fracturing (fracking) in the region and the pipeline would make it's way across four U.S. states, North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa, then end up in Patoka, Illinois....... (read more)

19. Obama Honored by Tribal Nations as 'Adopted Son'
September 26, 2016

President Barack Obama was honored Monday by Native Americans as an adopted son and a leader who has kept his promises, at the 8th Annual White House Tribal Nations Conference. This year, many of the Native American participants are focused on stopping a proposed pipeline that would carry oil through four states, from North Dakota to Illinois. VOA White House Correspondent Cindy Saine has the story from the White House.... (read more)

20. US, Canada Native Groups to Join Dakota Access Pipeline Fight
September 23, 2016

A coalition of 75 U.S. and Canadian native groups that opposes expansion of North American oil production will join a U.S. tribe's fight against the Dakota Access pipeline if tensions escalate, a regional Canadian chief said on Friday. The Standing Rock Sioux oppose the 1,100-mile (1,886-km) pipeline being developed by Energy Transfer Partners LP, which they say threatens water supply and sacred sites. An encampment in North Dakota against the $3.7 billion Dakota Access...... (read more)

21. Politicians Support Native American Protest Against Oil Pipeline
September 14, 2016

Americans across the United States are expressing support for a Native American tribe in North Dakota that is protesting the construction of an oil pipeline across its sacred ancestral land. Presidential candidates of the two major parties have not taken a stance on the issue that juxtaposes the industry against environmentalists. But some left-leaning politicians and celebrities are taking an active role on behalf of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe. Zlatica Hoke has more.... (read more)

22. Tribal Protesters Say Dakota Pipeline is Part of Global Problem
September 12, 2016

Lakota Sioux Indians and their supporters across the country are celebrating the U.S. federal government’s decision to temporarily halt construction of a $3.8 billion oil pipeline that would cross treaty land seized from the Standing Rock Sioux Nation decades ago.  But the issue is far from settled. The plan was for the Dakota Access Pipeline to stretch from North Dakota’s Bakken oil fields to Illinois, carrying about a half million barrels a day of Texas-based Energy Transfer...... (read more)

23. Court Rebuffs Dakota Pipeline Protesters, but US Intervention Halts Construction
September 09, 2016

A U.S. federal court refused a request by the Standing Rock Sioux tribe to halt construction of an oil pipeline, but the federal government stepped into the dispute Friday, appealing for calm and ordering the pipeline construction company to suspend its work on federal land. The Dakota Access oil pipeline, already under construction, is a $3.7 billion project crossing four U.S. states, intended to transport crude oil from North Dakota to the states of Iowa and Illinois in the central...... (read more)

24. Commodity prices drop on economic woes in europe china u s - Alkaline Battery Chargers
August 18, 2014

From the copper mines in Chile to the corn farms of North Dakota to the oil fields of the Middle East, commodity prices have started to crumble.The prices of metals, energy and agricultural goods have dropped as anxiety has ratcheted up over Europe’s currency crisis, China’s slowing growth and the stalling U.S. economy.On Friday, copper futures fell to their lowest level of 2012. On Monday, cotton fell to a 31-month low. Sugar hit a 21-month low. Last week, the price of OPEC’s basket of crude oil grades slipped below $100 a barrel for the first time in nearly eight months.“We’ve seen a decline... (read more)

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25. Commodity prices drop on economic woes in europe china u s - Hydraulic Axial Pump Manufacturer
June 11, 2014

From the copper mines in Chile to the corn farms of North Dakota to the oil fields of the Middle East, commodity prices have started to crumble.The prices of metals, energy and agricultural goods have dropped as anxiety has ratcheted up over Europe’s currency crisis, China’s slowing growth and the stalling U.S. economy.On Friday, copper futures fell to their lowest level of 2012. On Monday, cotton fell to a 31-month low. Sugar hit a 21-month low. Last week, the price of OPEC’s basket of crude oil grades slipped below $100 a barrel for the first time in nearly eight months.“We’ve seen a decline... (read more)

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