Inside Energy, in collaboration with Rocky Mountain PBS and Fast Forward Films, presents “Beyond Standing Rock” a documentary exploring the conflict surrounding the Dakota Access pipeline and the struggle for Native American rights against the backdrop of the new Trump administration.
What’s going on with that pipeline in North Dakota? Momentum behind the Dakota Access pipeline protests has been building for months. The 1,200 mile-long pipeline project is controversial, involving many big-picture interests, issues, and plenty of misinformation. You’ve been flooding us with great questions, and we’re answering them.
2015 was a year marked by a dramatic reversal of fortune in the oil industry. Crude oil prices dropped down to a third of their 2014 highs, effectively pouring ice water on America’s shale revolution. What does that mean for the year ahead?
Montana Department of Environmental Quality | The oil spill in Montana’s Yellowstone River is the second of its kind in five years. Can the nation’s aging pipeline system keep up with its oil and gas boom?
Millions of miles of pipeline are slated to be built in the United States over the next two decades and most that will happen on private property. Historically, property owners haven’t benefited from pipeline construction, but that’s changing.
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