The Citi Blog - Citi's Statement on the Dakota Access Pipeline Project. 12.12.16 Tribal Chairman Archambault’s statement on Dec. 12 meeting with North Dakota Gov. Dalrymple. Cannon Ball, N.D.— The following statement from the Standing Rock Sioux’s Tribal Chairman, Dave Archambault II, can be quote in part or in full: “This past Monday, several councilmembers and myself met with the Governor in the interest of salvaging a professional relationship in what can only be described as the most troubling of times.
No matter what happens, this is our home. When the pipeline company is gone; when the water protectors are gone; when all the tribes return to their respective homelands—we will still be here. We need to be mindful of a path forward so that our youth are not treated with increased prejudice, stereotyping, and discrimination. 09.09.16 Joint Statement from the Department of Justice, the Department of the Army and the Department of the Interior Regarding Standing Rock Sioux Tribe v. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. 12. 20.16 Transcript of Sept 30th DAPL meeting with SRST. 09.09.16 STANDING ROCK SIOUX TRIBE v. UNITED STATES ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS (pdf) 12.01.16 162 Cong. Rec. H7111 - PROTESTS OF THE DAKOTA ACCESS PIPELINE. 11.30.16 HOEVEN: 162 Cong. Rec. S6598 - DAKOTA ACCESS PIPELINE (pdf) 12.01.16 162 Cong. Rec. H7065 - DAKOTA ACCESS PIPELINE (pdf)
75 FR 57017 - Enbridge Pipelines (North Dakota) LLC; Enbridge Pipelines (Bakken) L.P.; Notice of Petition for Declaratory Order. Investor Relations - Annual Reports. Review of ETP 2014 Annual Report 7/15 by Carolyn Raffensperger Science and Environmental Health Network. 05.11.16 Notice of Inventory Completion: History Colorado, formerly Colorado Historical Society, Denver, CO. Start Preamble National Park Service, Interior.
Notice. History Colorado, formerly Colorado Historical Society, has completed an inventory of human remains, in consultation with the appropriate Indian tribes or Native Hawaiian organizations, and has determined that there is no cultural affiliation between the human remains and any present-day Indian tribes or Native Hawaiian organizations. Dakota Access/Energy Transfer DECLARATORY ORDER Christmas Eve Day 2014. MAIN Coalition Issues Statement on Judge Boasberg's Decision - MAIN. 09.09.16 STANDING ROCK SIOUX TRIBE v. UNITED STATES ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS. 10.09.14 AUTOMATIC DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY TO THE STATES OF COLORADO, MONTANA, NORTH DAKOTA, SOUTH DAKOTA, UTAH, AND WYOMING TO IMPLEMENT AND ENFORCE NEW SOURCE PERFORMANCE STANDARDS; FRL-9917-49-REGION 9 (178846)
08.21.14 Corps Needs to Take Steps to Identify All Projects and Studies Eligible for Deauthorization. What GAO Found The U.S.
Army Corps of Engineers' (Corps) backlog list of authorized water resources construction projects is incomplete because the agency does not track all authorized projects and the list does not include studies. Committee Unanimously Approves Pipeline Safety Bill. The Transportation and Infrastructure Committee today unanimously approved bipartisan legislation to reauthorize the Department of Transportation’s (DOT) pipeline safety program and maintain the safety of our nation’s pipeline network.
H.R. 4937, the Protecting our Infrastructure of Pipelines and Enhancing Safety (PIPES) Act of 2016, is a four-year reauthorization that improves pipeline safety by closing gaps in federal standards, enhances the quality and timeliness of agency rulemakings, promotes better usage of data and technology to improve pipeline safety, and provides regulatory certainty for citizens, the safety community, and the industry. “We have a responsibility and opportunity to ensure the efficiency and safety of the 2.6 million miles of pipelines transporting energy resources to Americans across the country,” Denham said.
“Pipelines are critical to the economy of Central and Southwestern Pennsylvania, and the entire country,” Shuster said. 08.21.14 Oil & Gas Transportation: Additional Actions Are Needed to Improve Pipeline Safety. What GAO Found Increased oil and gas production presents challenges for transportation infrastructure because some of this increase is in areas with limited transportation linkages.
For example, insufficient pipeline capacity to transport crude oil has resulted in the increased use of rail, truck, and barge to move oil to refineries, according to government and industry studies and publications GAO reviewed. These transportation limitations and related effects could pose environmental risks and have economic implications. For instance, natural gas produced as a byproduct of oil is burned—a process called flaring—by operators due, in part, to insufficient pipelines in production areas. 10.26.15 General Provisions and Non-Federal Oil and Gas Rights [Federal Register] (pdf) 10.12.16 Obama Administration Exceeds Ambitious Goal to Restore 500,000 Acres of Tribal Homelands.
10.20.16 Interior Department Announces Broader Plan to Review Management of Lands in Northwestern New Mexico Unique intra-agency effort will include a comprehensive analysis of oil/gas leasing & management on public and tribal lands in sensitive areas. 10.21.16 Secretary Jewell Issues Secretarial Order to Encourage Tribal Role in Managing Interior Lands with Native American Connections Cooperative Initiative Builds on Progress to Advance Tribal SelfDetermination and Self-Government. 12.17.16 Interior Department Officials to Remove Liens on Tribal Lands Returning More Than $14 Million in Proceeds to Tribes. 12.20.16 Interior Department and Army Corps Announce Restoration of Tribal Lands for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation.
Native American Caucus: Comments on Tribal Trust Compliance and Federal Infrastructure Decision-making. 11.17.16 (SD) FEDERAL CONSULTATION WITH TRIBES REGARDING INFRASTRUCTURE DECISION-MAKING. 11.30.16 NCAI Complpliance Decision-Making Comments on T t Italian Trust Compliance & Federal Infrastructure Decision Making. 11.10.16 UNITED STATES DEPARTMENTS OF THE INTERIOR, JUSTICE AND ARMY, Federal Consultation w/Tribes re: Infrastructure decision making. 11.15.16 U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, JUSTICE, AND ARMY Tribal Consultation Tribal Input on Federal Infrastructure Decisions.
12.02.16 Tribal Input on Federal Infrastructure Decisions. 10.11.16 In The Matter Of: Tribal Council Listening Session. 11.28.16 Chippewa Cree Tribe letter re: invitation by the Departments of the Interior, Justice and Army Corps of Engineers and other federal agencies to consult on Federal decision making on infrastructure projects. 11.30.16 USET SPF Comments on Federal Infrastructure Decision-making. 10.17.16 Cheyenne River Sioux Tribal Consultation Comment Perspective.
11.30.16 Native American Rights Fund RE: Tribal Consultation on Federal Infrastructure Decision. 11.30.16 Tim Mentz Sr. (former Preservation Officer) Re: Federal Consultation with Tribes Regarding Infrastructure Decision-Making. 11.30.16 Comments of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Water Resources Control Board – Consultation for the Protection of Tribal Water.
11.22.16 Comments of Chairman Dave Archambault, II, Standing Rock Sioux On Federal Consultation with Tribes on Infrastructure Decision Making. 2016-2026 Caliber Bear Den Interconnect DAPL. 11.08.16 Savage Bakken Connector, Inc. (DAPL Extention Pipe) Ten-Year Plan. General Provisions and Non-Federal Oil and Gas Rights [Federal Register] Start PreambleStart Printed Page 77972 National Park Service, Interior.
Final rule. We are updating our service-wide regulations governing the exercise of non-federal oil and gas rights, to improve our ability to protect park resources, values, and visitors from potential impacts associated with nonfederal oil and gas operations located within National Park Service units outside Alaska. Notice of Inventory Completion: Office of the State Archaeologist, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA. Start Preamble National Park Service, Interior.
Notice. The University of Iowa Office of the State Archaeologist Bioarchaeology Program has completed an inventory of human remains, in consultation with the appropriate Indian tribes or Native Hawaiian organizations, and has determined that there is a cultural affiliation between the human remains and present-day Indian tribes or Native Hawaiian organizations. Governor, Standing Rock Chairman Begin Dialogue, Agree to Bridge Testing. BISMARCK – Gov.
Doug Burgum and Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Chairman Dave Archambault met Monday to begin establishing direct communication between leadership with the goal of building trust and normalizing relations between the state and tribe. Chairman Archambault, Vice Chairman Jesse McLaughlin, Gov. Burgum and Lt. Burgum, Archambault Stress Cooperation in Bridge Testing. BISMARCK – Gov.
Doug Burgum and Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Chairman Dave Archambault applauded Thursday’s successful testing of the Backwater Bridge on Highway 1806 as an important step in rebuilding relations between the state and the tribe. “Today was an example of how we can collaborate to restore relationships and peace in North Dakota,” Archambault and Burgum said in a joint statement. “The cooperation between state, local and tribal governments illustrated the desire on all sides for a phased reopening of the bridge and resumption of normal traffic and commerce, as well as access to vital human services. As we await the test results, we urge everyone to take this time to enjoy the holidays with their families and loved ones, and continue to remain off the Backwater Bridge.” Officially known as the Cantapeta Creek Bridge, the 53-year-old bridge has been closed since late October because of safety concerns due to damage related to the pipeline conflict.
01.09.14 Pipeline & Rail Competition for Crude Transportation in North Dakota. North Dakota Pipeline Authority North Dakota Petroleum Council Annual Meeting September 20, 2012. Joint Statement from the Department of Justice, the Department of the Army and the Department of the Interior Regarding Standing Rock Sioux Tribe v. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Bill to transfer certain land from Secretary of the Army, and for other purposes. (H.R. 6235) When President-elect Trump takes office on January 20, the House, Senate, and White House will be controlled by the same party for the first time in six years.
Things are going to happen fast. Congress is expected to move quickly on Trump's agenda using the same tactics immune to the filibuster that Democrats used to enact the Affordable Care Act in 2010. Now more than ever we need transparency in Congress. Over the last year we’ve helped 10 million Americans track Congress using bill alerts. Energy Transfer and Sunoco Logistics Announce Sale of Minority Stake in Bakken Pipeline Project to Enbridge and Marathon Petroleum. DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Energy Transfer Partners, L.P. (NYSE: ETP) and Sunoco Logistics Partners L.P. (NYSE: SXL) today announced they have signed an agreement to sell 36.75% of the Bakken Pipeline Project, which includes the Dakota Access pipeline and the Energy Transfer Crude Oil pipeline, to MarEn Bakken Company LLC (“MarEn”), an entity jointly owned by Enbridge Energy Partners, L.P. and Marathon Petroleum Corporation (“MPC”), for $2 billion in cash.
The sale is expected to close in the third quarter of 2016, subject to certain closing conditions. ETP and SXL will receive $1.2 billion and $800 million in cash at closing, respectively. DAPL reply re schedule committed shipper. Document 22 3. DAPL answer and cross claim(2) Cheyenneriversiouxtribe090416. Decl of T Mentz Sr. 04515715691. DAPL Mahmoud declaration 3154 22 1 Exhibit A. 05.24.16 Commission (3 people) adopt Supplemental Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law and Order in Dakota Access, LLC, Dakota Access Pipeline Project, Siting Application, Case No. PU-i 4-842. Phillips 66 - Press Releases. & --(BUSINESS WIRE)-- (“Dakota Access”) and (“ETCO”) today announced the launch of a Binding Supplemental Open Season (“Supplemental Open Season”) to solicit shipper commitments for transportation service for Bakken/Three Forks production to reach multiple markets through their respective pipeline systems (collectively, the "Bakken Pipeline").
Dakota Access and ETCO each anticipate that incremental transport capacity for Bakken/Three Forks production will be determined based on committed subscriptions made by shippers during the Supplemental Open Season. This Smart News Release features multimedia. 20141224114029 OR14 42 000. Energy Transfer Partners and Sunoco Logistics Partners Respond to the Statement from the Department of the Army. DALLAS & NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa. --(BUSINESS WIRE)--Energy Transfer Partners, L.P. (NYSE: ETP) and Sunoco Logistics Partners L.P. (NYSE: SXL) announced that the Administration’s statement today that it would not at this time issue an “easement” to Dakota Access Pipeline is a purely political action – which the Administration concedes when it states it has made a “policy decision” – Washington code for a political decision.
This is nothing new from this Administration, since over the last four months the Administration has demonstrated by its action and inaction that it intended to delay a decision in this matter until President Obama is out of office. “not alter the Army’s position that the Corps’ prior reviews and actions have comported with legal requirements.”Tweet this.
Indigenous Environmental Network Responds to Chairman Archambault’s Ask for Water Protectors to Return Home and Comments on the Fight Ahead. Indigenous Environmental Network Responds to Chairman Archambault’s Ask for Water Protectors to Return Home and Comments on the Fight Ahead December 9, 2016 [Cannon Ball, ND] – Following blizzard-like conditions and plummeting temperatures at Standing Rock, Chairman David Archambault Jr. released a letter respectfully asking visiting Water Protectors to develop exit strategies and to return home once the current storm passes. photo by: Tomas Karmelo The following is a statement from the Indigenous Environmental Network responding to the Chairman’s request and about what the organization sees as the next steps for Standing Rock: “We are at a critical moment in this fight against the Dakota Access pipeline.
09.29.15 Pipeline Safety Testimony - Government Accountability Office (GAO) Emergency Management Assistance Compact (EMAC) Pipeline Disaster Response. 01.14.09 Pipelines & Informed Planning Alliance Pt.3. 06.01.16 REISSUANCE & MODIFICATION OF NATIONWIDE PERMITS. 08.01.16 re:Army Corps NATIONWIDE PERMIT MODIFICATION JUNE 1, 2016. As Comment Period Closes, Diverse Voices Call for Overhaul of Fast-Track Pipeline Approval Process. Yesterday marked the close of the comment period for the public to weigh in on the renewal of Nationwide Permit 12 (NWP12).
NWP12 serves as a blanket permit that can be used to fast-track the construction of massive oil pipelines by artificially treating them as thousands of small, individual projects that are exempt from the environmental review required by the Clean Water Act and the National Environmental Policy Act. With the permit up for renewal, thousands of people from across the country have weighed in – including over 50,000 comments submitted yesterday from the Sierra Club alone – to express serious concerns about this process.
08.16.16 Cheyenne River Joinder Injunction. 09.09.16 Memorandum Opinion Standing Rock vs USACE USCOURTS dcd 1 16 cv 01534 0. 2017 2019 ND EXECUTIVE BUDGET. CEI Agenda for Congress 2017 PRO GROWTH Energy and Environment. 12.16.16 Notice of Inventory Completion, University of Iowa State Archaeologist. 12.16.16 U.S. Petroleum Balance Sheet. 12.15.16 USACE OMAHA DISTRICT CULTURAL RESOURCES UNDERTAKING LIST 2016. 12.13.16 Agencies Emphasize Pipeline Security in Response to October Acts of Sabotage. 12.15.16 Interior Agreements with Tribes to Implement Land Buy-Back Program Now Total 40.
12.13.16 ENBRIDGE ENERGY (ILLINOIS), L.L.C. Eminent Domain Lawsuit. 12.11.16 Chairman Archambault’s update on the Dakota Access pipeline. 12.04.16 Interior Secretary Jewell Statement in Support of U.S. Army Decision Related to the Dakota Access Pipeline. 12.04.16 Statement by Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch Regarding the Army’s Decision on the Dakota Access Pipeline. 12.04.16 Oil Change International Response to Dakota Access Pipeline announcement. 12.04.16 Dept of Army will not grant easement for Dakota Access Pipeline crossing.
12.09.16 Safeguarding and Securing Pipelines From Unauthorized Access. 12.08.16 Interior Department Seeks Tribal Guidance on Proposal to Update Business Operation Regulations in Indian Country. 12.08.16 Morton County Commission Meeting Agenda [Dundon] 12.07.16 Dalrymple executive budget address 2017 19. 12.05.16 ADMINISTRATIVE RULES COMMITTEE. 12.01.16 Wells Fargo correspondence re:DAPL via Twitter. 12.01.16 DAPL +CONGRESSIONAL RECORD—HOUSE (pdf) 12.2016 Proposed Dakota Access Pipeline Crossing Full Statement (PDF) 11.30.16 Advisory Council on Historic Preservation MEETING 2016. 11.30.16 Registered Aircraft Burleigh County ND. 11.28.16 Chairman called on the Army Corps to reaffirm their position of no forcible removal. 11.27.16 Omaha District Commander provides update regarding North Dakota activities > Omaha District > News Releases.
11.25.16 Dalrymple Executive Order 2016 08 (pdf) 11 24 16 Thanksgiving Day Protests. 11.17.16 Press Briefing with Special Envoy for Climate Change Jonathan Pershing.