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  • OTTAWA, Dec 6- Canada's natural resources minister on Tuesday said he was sorry for remarks he made about anti-oil pipeline protests that some people interpreted as a threat to use troops against demonstrators. Opposition legislators accused Carr, a member of the Liberal Party government, of using reckless and incendiary language. Environmental and...

  • HOUSTON, Dec 6- As oil prices recover and U.S. shale production picks up, energy companies that had planned to ship crude on the Dakota Access Pipeline will turn to rail, a transport method that poses its own risks to the environment and local communities. Sunday's decision by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to deny Energy Transfer Partners an easement to complete the...

  • HOUSTON, Dec 6- As oil prices recover and U.S. shale production picks up, energy companies that had planned to ship crude on the Dakota Access Pipeline will turn to rail, a transport method that poses its own risks to the environment and local communities. Sunday's decision by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to deny Energy Transfer Partners an easement to complete the...

  • DES MOINES, Iowa— The completion of the Dakota Access oil pipeline has been delayed after the U.S. Army declined to grant an easement for the final few thousand feet under a Missouri River reservoir in North Dakota pending further study. Pipeline company Energy Transfer Partners originally was expected to finish the pipeline before the end of this year, but the...

  • Dec 6- Wells Fargo& Co will see a near term profit hit because of the sharp rise in interest rates, Chief Executive Officer Tim Sloan said on Tuesday. Wells Fargo shares are up some 23 percent over the same period. While Sloan did not specify the size of the hedging losses, he pointed for comparison to a $379 million first quarter hedging gain because of interest rates...

  • Standing Rock Sioux Chairman Dave Archambault is renewing a call for Dakota Access oil pipeline opponents to leave a camp in southern North Dakota. Some people at the camp spent the night at shelters that Morton County set up in Flasher and Mandan. Some opponents of the Dakota Access oil pipeline who have been protesting for months in a rural camp in southern...

  • MANDAN, N.D.— Some protesters who have been fighting the Dakota Access pipeline retreated to a nearby casino and area shelters overnight as a blizzard blew through, but many remained at a camp in southern North Dakota, according to protest organizers who say they're committed to maintaining the camp through the winter. Protesters are maintaining a presense...

  • The Army issued the decision to not approve the easement at this time. The company building the $3.8 billion Dakota Access oil pipeline is slamming the Obama administration after the U.S. Army's decision not to grant an easement for the project. The company building the $3.8 billion Dakota Access oil pipeline is slamming the Obama administration after the U.S....

  • *Sioux leader asks protesters to go home. CANNON BALL, N.D., Dec 5- A Native American leader asked thousands of protesters to return home after the federal government ruled against a controversial pipeline, despite the prospect of President-elect Donald Trump reversing the decision after he takes office. A coalition of Native American groups,...

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  • OMAHA, Neb.— The Army's refusal to grant a permit for the Dakota Access oil pipeline to cross beneath the Missouri River has focused more attention on alternative routes, but several other options already have been considered and rejected as being more risky and expensive. Nearly all of the 1,172- mile, $3.8 billion pipeline has been built by Dallas- based Energy...

  • Fireworks fill the night sky above Oceti Sakowin Camp as activists celebrate after learning an easement had been denied for the Dakota Access Pipeline near the edge of the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation on December 4, 2016 outside Cannon Ball, North Dakota.

    The Dallas-based company financing the $3.7 billion project does not look to be backing down, reports NBC News.

  • CANNON BALL, N.D., Dec 5- Thousands of protesters in North Dakota celebrated the federal government's ruling against a controversial pipeline but girded for a protracted struggle as President-elect Donald Trump's transition team said on Monday it supports the project and would review it after he takes office. Standing Rock Sioux Chairman Dave Archambault...

  • CANNON BALL, N.D., Dec 5- Thousands of protesters in North Dakota celebrated the federal government's ruling against a controversial pipeline project but girded for a protracted struggle as president-elect Donald Trump's transition team said on Monday it supports the project and would review it after he takes office. Standing Rock Sioux Chairman Dave...

  • FORT YATES, N.D. Dec 5- Standing Rock Sioux Chairman Dave Archambault said Monday that non- Sioux protesters can leave the North Dakota protest camp after the government ruled in their favor in a controversial pipeline project adjacent to their lands. Their presence will only cause the environment to be unsafe, "he said of the non- Sioux protesters, adding that he...

  • STANDING ROCK SIOUX CHAIRMAN DAVE ARCHAMBAULT SAYS WITH PIPELINE DECISION MADE, NON- SIOUX PROTESTERS, LAW ENFORCEMENT SHOULD LEAVE NORTH DAKOTA PIPELINE PROTEST AREA- INTERVIEW.

  • CANNON BALL, N.D., Dec 5- Thousands of protesters in North Dakota celebrated the federal government's ruling against a controversial pipeline project but girded for a protracted struggle as president-elect Donald Trump's transition team said on Monday it supports the project and would review it after he takes office. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said on...

  • WASHINGTON, Dec 5- President-elect Donald Trump supports the construction of a pipeline in North Dakota, his spokesman said on Monday when asked about the government's ruling against the controversial project.

  • TRUMP SUPPORTS CONSTRUCTION OF NORTH DAKOTA PIPELINE, WILL REVIEW ONCE IN OFFICE- TRANSITION TEAM.

  • CANNON BALL, N.D., Dec 5- Thousands of protesters in North Dakota celebrated after the federal government ruled against a controversial pipeline project but were mindful the fight is not over, as the company building the line said it had no plans for re-routing the pipe. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said on Sunday it rejected an application to allow the Dakota...