STOP THE DAKOTA ACCESS PIPELINE

FEDERAL INVOLVEMENT


U.S. FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE (“FWS”)  

wetland and grassland easements (special use permit)

DAPL would cross 6 wetland and grassland easements in North Dakota and 112 wetland and grassland easements in South Dakota, covering a total of 71.8 acres of wetland and grassland easements.


ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS - OMAHA DISTRICT

2 Missouri River crossings (section 408 permits; easement)

DAPL would cross 3.04 miles of projects and flowage easements within the Omaha District of the Corps.  This includes two crossings of the Missouri River:  1) Lake Oahe and 2) Lake Sakakawea


ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS - ST. LOUIS DISTRICT

Illinois crossings (section 408 permit)

DAPL would cross 23,619 feet and 30.34 acres of Corps projects and flowage easements under the jurisdiction of the St. Louis District.

The Dakota Access Pipeline (“DAPL”) is a proposed 1,172-mile crude oil pipeline that would run from the Bakken in North Dakota to a hub in Patoka, Illinois. From the hub in Patoka, the crude oil would be transferred through additionalpipelines to refineries on the Gulf Coast and in the midwest.  DAPL would carry approximately 570,000 barrels of crude per day.


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