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It shows too, how the underground pipeline, which was supposed to be completed by January 2017, passes under the Missouri River at a point very close to the Standing Rock Reservation.
Indigenous Americans and activists are concerned that a breach in the pipe could irreversibly pollute the river and harm sacred cultural lands and tribal burial grounds.
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The one that broke carried crude to the Chicago area, not the one which carries crude directly to Houston.
It has been in operation for a number of years now, and if you live in the eastern 2/3 of the US my guess is you are using gasoline made from crude carried by it.
(Reuters) - A major oil spill on the Keystone pipeline in South Dakota helped push U. crude prices higher on Friday, while fueling opposition to another pipeline project by owner Trans Canada Corp that faces a crunch decision in Nebraska next week. S crude futures and slide in Canadian heavy crude prices, as well as Trans Canada Corp shares, came the day after the 5,000 barrel spill, tied for this year's largest pipeline leak in the United States.
No date has been set for reopening Keystone, Trans Canada said, adding that a media report that had identified a restart date was incorrect.
On Thursday, Calgary, Alberta-based Trans Canada said it had contained the leak in the town of Amherst, South Dakota, and was investigating the cause.
The Nebraska Public Service Commission, or PSC, is scheduled to announce a decision on Monday on Keystone XL.
Its decision focuses narrowly on whether the pipeline is in the public interest, and not on environmental issues, which it is not allowed to consider.
When cartographer Carl Sack tried to visit the protest site at the Standing Rock Indian Reservation, he all but got lost.
The official maps of the area were inadequate - both to show the route, and to reveal the pressing threat to the tribe’s water source that the North Dakota Access Pipeline presented. “I felt called upon to do something, but I was not sure what to do,” Mr Sack, a graduate student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, told The map the 32-year-old created reveals in stark detail how the proposed route for the pipeline, which stretches for 1,134 miles and transfers oil from the Bakken fields in northwest North Dakota to Patoka, Illinois, was switched after complaints from residents in the overwhelmingly white town of Bismarck, the state capital.The discount for Western Canada Select for January delivery in Hardisty, Alberta, widened to .00 per barrel below the West Texas Intermediate benchmark, according to Shorcan Energy brokers. On Thursday, January barrels settled at .50 per barrel below U. It said the pipeline will be shut until it gets approval to restart from the U. Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA).