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Learn the basics about Dakota Access’ Bakken Pipeline project.
Dakota Access, a subsidiary of Energy Transfer Partners, is the company proposing the pipeline’s construction. Read more about who Energy Transfer Partners is along with links to ETP’s own fact sheets and transcriptions of public meetings regarding the pipeline hosted by ETP.
Updated maps are available here thanks to the Iowa Informer.
Coalition partner Science & Environmental Health Network has put together a financial factsheet about Dakota Access’ current financial troubles.
Iowa State University economist Dave Swenson offers a powerful critique against the proposed project’s purported economic benefits to the state of Iowa.
Carolyn Raffensperger, M.A., J.D., of the Science and Environmental Health Network provides a legal analysis of the proposed project based on the Iowa Constitution and other legal documents.
Iowa State University Department of Agronomy Professor Emeritus Dr. Thomas Fenton provides an analysis of the proposed pipeline’s possible impacts to agricultura soil health and quality.
Find handouts detailing what the proposed Bakken Pipeline is and how to submit comments opposing the pipeline to the Iowa Utilities Board. You can take these handouts to community meetings, letter-writing parties, or any event you want.
Videographer Roger Routh has compiled informative videos from the Bakken Pipeline Resistance Coalition’s community meeting that took place on December 6th, 2014. The videos include information on economics, what it means to be a good neighbor in Iowa, and a compilation of voices and strategies against the pipeline.