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Petition: Stop The Dakota Access Pipeline. A Danger To Native American Reservations.

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Corporate Security Thugs Attack Red Warrior Camp at Standing Rock North Dakota 3rd September 2016

Published on Sep 4, 2016

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Stop construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline which endangers the water supply to Native American reservations.

Created by C.S. on August 15, 2016

The Dakota Access pipeline is set to be constructed near the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in North Dakota, crossing under the Missouri River which is the only source of water to the reservation. The pipeline is planned to transport approximately 470,000 barrels of crude oil per day. The potential of oil leaks would contaminate the only source of water for the reservation.

While Dakota Access claims oil leaks are unlikely, an oil leak from a separate pipeline in North Dakota was discovered (8/15/16) to have leaked over 500 barrels of oil since the leak began on July 19, 2016. A leak like this from the Dakota Access pipeline would leave the Standing Rock Sioux without any clean water.

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Oil Is Seeping From A North Dakota Hillside

Oil spill northwest of Belfield. N.D. CREDIT: NORTH DAKOTA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

Oil spill northwest of Belfield. N.D. CREDIT: NORTH DAKOTA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

An oil leak in North Dakota is seeping from a hillside and is thousands of gallons larger than initially reported last month, state officials say.

About 504 barrels of oil or more than 20,000 gallons of the highly polluting substance have been recovered since the line leak occurred July 19, the North Dakota Department of Health said in a press release Friday.

The company, Texas-based Denbury Onshore LLC, first said the equivalent of two barrels of oil had been spilled at a facility in the western town of Belfied. But state investigations found the spillage is considerably larger.

Standing Rock Protest Documentary by Levitate Media 3rd September 2016

Published on Sep 4, 2016

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Karl Rockeman, director of the Division of Water Quality, said to the Grand Forks Herald Friday that oil was seeping out of a hillside in multiple locations. The actual size of the spill is still undetermined and current figures may also be inaccurate. “It may be larger than that yet as well,” Rockeman said referring to the most recent estimates.

Pipes for the proposed Dakota Access oil pipeline, that would stretch from the Bakken oil fields in North Dakota to Patoka, Ill., are stacked Saturday, May 9, 2015, at a staging area in Worthing, S.D. The proposed oil pipeline will traverse North and South Dakota, Iowa and Illinois. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik) CREDIT: AP PHOTO/NATI HARNIK

Pipes for the proposed Dakota Access oil pipeline, that would stretch from the Bakken oil fields in North Dakota to Patoka, Ill., are stacked Saturday, May 9, 2015, at a staging area in Worthing, S.D. The proposed oil pipeline will traverse North and South Dakota, Iowa and Illinois. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik) CREDIT: AP PHOTO/NATI HARNIK

Misreported leak volumes often happen once companies and officials investigate accidents and discover oil seeped deeper in the ground or waterways. Indeed, revised figures are at times much larger than first reported.

In 2014, for instance, an oil spill in North Dakota was first reported to have caused a loss of 750 barrels of oil, but that figure climbed to about 20,600 barrels once the soil was further investigated.

It is unclear whether latest oil spill has reached the groundwater. The investigation and remediation is ongoing, the state said. The Grand Forks Herald said that spills have been reported at the same Denbury site in 2006, 2010, and 2014. The cause of the most recent spill is listed as a failure of an underground flow line.

Tim Mentz Talks About The Destruction of Sacred Sites by the Dakota Access Pipeline

Published on Sep 4, 2016

Tim Mentz speaks of the destruction of sacred site and other places by Dakota Access Pipeline. This information is very important for the world to see.. Please share with all and tell them to share Wopila Tanka. -Tony Brave

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Oil transportation largely relies on trains and pipelines. Out of those two, pipelines spill less often but larger quantities than trains, yet train accidents can be deadlier since trains are more likely to explode.

Other Denbury Onshore LLC sites have spilled in North Dakota in recent months. Just in May, pastureland in the northwest had to be excavated after more than 120,000 gallons of oil and drilling wastewater overflowed from a company’s tank.

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Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Chairman Dave Archambault II greets the Dakota Access Pipeline opponents Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016, who are camped north of Cannon Ball, N.D. Amy Dalrymple/Forum News Service

Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Chairman Dave Archambault II greets the Dakota Access Pipeline opponents Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016, who are camped north of Cannon Ball, N.D. Amy Dalrymple/Forum News Service

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