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Delays from Protests Cost Dakota Access Pipeline Company $100 Million

HeadlineNov 16, 2016

As actions against the Dakota Access pipeline swept the country and world Tuesday, Energy Transfer Partners filed a lawsuit in federal court in Washington, D.C., seeking to “end the Administration’s political interference in the Dakota Access Pipeline review process.” In the court documents, Energy Transfer Partners said the delays to the pipeline’s completion have already cost nearly $100 million and that “further delay in the consideration of this case would add millions of dollars more each month in costs which cannot be recovered.” We’ll have more on the Dakota Access pipeline later in the broadcast.

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