Energy Transfer Partners

Campers set structures on fire in preparation of the Army Corp's 2 p.m. CT deadline to leave the Oceti Sakowin protest camp on February 22, 2017, in Cannon Ball, North Dakota.

What 4 Indigenous Women Have to Say About Standing Rock's Ongoing Fight

Authorities are clearing out the Oceti Sakowin Camp, though water protectors remain. What does the end of the largest camp mean for the movement?

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Louisiana Pipeline Explodes, Injuring 2 Workers and Leaving 1 Missing

Nearby, activists and residents are fighting to stop construction of the Bayou Bridge Pipeline.

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California City of Davis Divests from Wells Fargo in DAPL Protest

The bank handles its $30 million in investments and $1 million average cash balance.

The map above illustrates accidents across the U.S. by Energy Transfer Partners. The yellow points are where different accidents have happened, including pipeline spills, onshore facility malfunctions, storage tank leaks and mobile incidents.

In 2 Years, Company Behind DAPL Reported 69 Accidents, Polluting Rivers in 4 States

Energy Transfer Partners is the focus of a new report by a Louisiana-based environmental organization.

Maya Sanchez, mayor of San Elizario, Texas.

How Two Pipeline Giants Moved Into a Small Predominantly Latinx Texas Town

Mayor Maya Sanchez of San Elizario explains how energy companies came into her city without warning.

Destiny Willcuts, 16, attached to the bulldozer (left) and her before the action (right).

Lakota Teen Arrested After Locking Herself to Pipeline Construction Equipment in Texas

Destiny Willcuts is only 16, but she's already protected water at Standing Rock, North Dakota. Now, she's in Texas.

 Miles of unused pipe, prepared for the proposed Keystone XL pipeline, sit in a lot on October 14, 2014, outside Gascoyne, North Dakota.

Louisiana Environmentalists Rally Against Pipeline Developed by Same Company Behind DAPL

In the past weeks, Energy Transfer Partners has been served with a lawsuit and become the target of protests in both Lousiana and North Dakota. 

The map shows the proposed route of the 162-mile long Bayou Bridge Pipeline, as well as where pipeline accidents have occurred throughout the state, including in the Gulf of Mexico. Some accidents occurred on locations outside of the map.

New Report Cites 144 Total Pipeline Accidents in Louisiana Last Year

The state is currently trying to push through a new pipeline, which is being built by the same company behind the Dakota Access Pipeline.

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Company Behind Dakota Access Pipeline Wants Courts to Allow It to Finish Construction

Energy Transfer Partners filed paperwork requesting a judge reverse the Army Corps of Engineers latest decision.

Hundreds of people gathered to demonstrate against the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline outside the offices of the Army Corps of Engineers November 15, 2016, in Washington, D.C.

Company Behind Dakota Access Pipeline Files Lawsuit Against the Army

This legal action comes one day after the Department of Army determined it would need to review the pipeline further.

Colorlines screenshot of Facebook live video posted to Shailene Woodley's Facebook page, taken on October 11, 2016.

27 Arrested at DAPL Worksite a Day After a Court Loss for the Sioux

Actress Shailene Woodley was among those detained when military-style tactics were used against the water protectors.