August 2020, Vol. 247, No. 8

A Week Like no Other

Energy Transfer Vows to Keep Dakota Access Oil Flowing

By Jeff Awalt, Executive Editor Energy Transfer vowed to fight a court order to shut down and empty the Dakota Access oil pipeline (DAPL), contending that U.S. District Judge James Boasberg overstepped his authority with the ruling.  DAPL workers along the site not long before the project went online three years ago. (Photo: DAPL) “We intend to immediately file a motion to stay this decision, and if not granted, to pursue a stay and expedited appeal with the Court of Appeals,” Energy Transfer Spokesperson Lisa Coleman said in a statement to Pipeline & Gas Journal. Energy Transfer believes the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps)

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