6 Years After Exxon’s Oil Pipeline Burst In An Arkansas Town, A Final Accounting

By David Hasemyer, Insideclimatenews.org -

In sealed depositions, Mayflower residents describe illnesses, property damage and a smell that still haunts them. Some say they felt pressured to sign settlements. Melissa Hays never would have [...]

Hundreds Gather To Protest Enbridge Line 5 In Michigan

By Staff, Native News Online -

Several groups of American Indians and environmental advocates spent their Saturday of this Labor Day weekend protesting Enbridge Line 5, an outdated oil pipeline that needs to be retired [...]

A Victory For Standing Rock Sioux Tribe

By Staff, www.theindigenousamericans.com -

By The Indigenous Americans. The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe won a significant victory today in its fight to protect the Tribe’s drinking water and ancestral lands from the Dakota Access [...]

Victory: Heavily Protested Seneca Lake Gas Project Abandoned

By Sandra Steingraber, www.ecowatch.com -

By Sandra Steingraber for Eco Watch - The news broke Wednesday in the most banal of venues: the biweekly environmental compliance report submitted by Arlington Storage Company to the Federal [...]

Wisconsin Tribe Votes To Evict Oil Pipeline From Its Reservation

By Phil McKenna, www.insideclimatenews.org -

By Phil McKenna for Inside Climate News - The Bad River Band of the Lake Superior Tribe of Chippewa Indians in northern Wisconsin voted not to renew an easement for a major oil and gas pipeline [...]

Tribal Activists Defy Lawsuit, Vow Continued Resistance Against Dakota Pipeline

By Lauren McCauley, www.commondreams.org -

By Lauren McCauley for Common Dreams - An epic battle over land rights is being waged in the Dakotas, as a local Indigenous community, facing arrests and litigation, is standing firm in its [...]

Sioux Nation Brings Oil Pipeline Fight To Washington, DC

By Maria Rachal, www.thehill.com -

By Maria Rachal for The Hill - Members of the Sioux nation journeyed to Washington, D.C. this weekend to protest a proposed $3.8 billion oil pipeline they say would contaminate their drinking [...]

Ticking Time Bombs Of Defective Parts In Oil Pipelines

By Mike De Souza, www.nationalobserver.com -

By Mike De Souza for National Observer - Canada’s pipeline watchdog has given two of North America’s largest energy companies up to six months to fix what industry insiders have described as a [...]

Beyond Keystone: Why Climate Movement Must Keep Heat On

By Bill Mckibben, www.e360.yale.edu -

By Bill Mckibben for Environment 360 - The key passage — the forward-looking passage — of President Obama’s speech last week rejecting the Keystone XL pipeline came right at the end, after he [...]

Opposition Grows Against Appalachian Pipeline

By Jim Magill, www.platts.com -

By Jim Magill for Platts - Pipeline developers looking to build infrastructure to move natural gas out of the Appalachian Basin face numerous challenges, from strengthening opposition from [...]

Unist’ot’en Call For Support And Solidarity

By Unis'to'ten Camp, www.unistotencamp.com -

By Unis'to'ten Camp - It is becoming clear that the situation here is moving toward an escalation point. Chevron has set up a base in Houston in order to do work on the secton of Pacific Trails [...]

Kentucky’s Anti-Fracking Movement Deals Setback to Pipelines

By Kelley Davidson, www.occupy.com -

By Kelley Davidson in Occupy - Some recent victories against powerful energy companies have given environmental activists in Kentucky a reason to celebrate. In late May, Bluegrass Pipeline LLC [...]

History’s Teachable Moments On Pipelines

By H. Patricia Hynes, www.recorder.com -

By H. Patricia Hynes in The Recorder - The dominant industry argument for the Tennessee Gas Co.’s proposed pipeline through western Massachusetts is that it will provide gas for Boston on peak [...]