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Texas Anti-Pipeline Protesters Target Dakota Access Pipeline Company

HeadlineDec 29, 2016

Meanwhile, in West Texas, activists say they’re preparing to establish a protest camp in the path of the Trans-Pecos Pipeline, which would carry natural gas under the Rio Grande river on the U.S.-Mexico border. The Trans-Pecos is being built by Energy Transfer Partners, the company constructing the Dakota Access pipeline, which has faced months of resistance from the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and over 200 indigenous nations from across the Americas.

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