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Oceti Sakowin Leads Battle to Stop the Dakota Access Pipeline by Matt Remle | Last Real Indians


Oceti Sakowin Leads Battle to Stop the Dakota Access Pipeline by Matt Remle | Last Real Indians: On April 1st, the Camp of the Sacred Stones was established on Standing Rock to serve as a spiritual camp to block the construction of the pipeline.

On July 26th, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineer’s approved most of the final permits necessary to allow for the construction of the Dakota Access pipeline. The pipeline, is a 1,168-mile, 30-inch diameter pipeline that would carry Bakken crude from western North Dakota to a distribution hub Illinois on route for refinement in the Gulf Coast. Once built, the Dakota Access pipeline will transport as much as 450,000 barrels of oil per day with a future capacity of 570,000 barrels per day.

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