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Dakota Access Pipeline
Will last year’s Dakota Access Pipeline protests affect future projects?
After nearly a year of opposition, the controversial pipeline is now fully operational.
Last of pipeline opponents leave North Dakota protest camp
Most left peacefully, but some were arrested after the government's deadline to leave the area.
FERC loses a member, throwing a wrench into pipeline approvals
The agency that OKs pipelines will be stalled on a number of key builds for the foreseeable future.
Some worry proposed laws in multiple states could stifle dissent
We’ve seen a lot of protests in the past year. Millions of people have taken to the streets to support the Black Lives Matter movement, protest the Dakota Access Pipeline and push back on the policies of President Donald Trump. In some cases, protesters have blocked streets, highways or other infrastructure. And Republican lawmakers in […]
How the steel industry is reacting to President Trump
A steel company president says people in the steel world are "gaga for Trump"
Will Trump's pipeline order really bring more U.S. steel jobs?
The executive order's actual economic effects on U.S. steel and iron production are unclear.
Pipeline denial is a victory for opponents of fossil fuels
Environmentalists hope to block new gas and oil pipelines while renewables catch up.
North Dakota residents have mixed response to pipeline protest
Ongoing protest against the Dakota Access oil pipeline is putting some locals on edge.
Protests of the Dakota Access Pipeline have momentum
The question is what that momentum will look like under a different political environment.